Grilled Cheese Pull Aparts

Grilled cheese is always a hit at our house! Especially loved by the picky 5 year old. I had some leftover Pillsbury biscuit dough, so I thought of this idea to stuff them with cheese and create a pull apart grilled cheese. The first time I made them, they failed. The tops were cooked but the bottoms weren’t. I was determined to get it right. I changed the pan so that that they would cook evenly the second time around. The result? AMAZING!!
I heated up some tomato soup and we used it as a dip for the pull aparts.  Seriously amazing!  The layers were flakey and the cheese was hot and gooey on the inside.  They turned out just how I had imagined them to be.  My boys of course went crazy over them.  And kept asking for more to dip in their tomato soup.  This will be a recipe made regularly at our house!


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Grilled Cheese Pull Aparts
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Only three ingredients is all it takes to make these deliciously cheesy pull aparts
Serves: 8
  • 2 cans Pillsbury Grands Jrs Golden Layers Buttermilk Biscuits
  • 16 ounce easy melt (velveeta) cheese (I am sure that cheddar cheese will work just fine too)
  • ½ cup butter
  1. Preheat oven to 350.
  2. Melt the butter and put half of it in the bottom of a bunt pan.
  3. Cut cheese in one inch cubes. Place a cube of cheese in the center of a biscuit. Place a second biscuit on the top of the biscuit and cubed cheese and seal the edges. Place in the bottom of the bunt pan. Complete this with each biscuit until it forms a ring in the bunt pan.
  4. Pour the remaining butter on top.
  5. Bake for 15-20 minutes. Mine took about 20 minutes. I put foil over the top at about 15 minutes because the tops were browning too fast and the last thing you want is doughy pull aparts. 🙂
  6. Serve with a side of tomato soup to dip the pull aparts in if desired and enjoy!



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  1. All that cheese is making me swoon

  2. Oh God, gimme, gimme!! Oh, how I could do with oozing cheese and bread right now!

  3. Such a great idea!

  4. What a fabulous idea! LOVE!

  5. Bev Tonander says:

    Is there a chance of having this recipe sent to my e-mail? My grandkids would love this.

  6. Love this!! And second time I made it, we used sliced pepperoni, too. Delicious!

  7. Do I have to put it in a bunt pan? Or would any other pan work?

    • I’ve made these with all kinds of variations and never in a bunt pan. I use colby jack cheese cubes in buttermilk biscuits.. A few additions I’ve used: jalapenos, turkey, pepperoni, mushrooms (with mozzarella cheese instead of c/j) , ham, leftover taco meat. I’ve completely gotten away from grilled cheese and I’ve made mini apple pies with cinnamon and sugar.

  8. That looks amazing and very easy to make. My kids will love it, thanks.


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