Mini Owl Biscuits Snack Bento #109

Biscuits seem to have taken over our bentos lately and here’s one more.  I made mini biscuits stuffed with cheddar cheese and ham and then turned them into owls using cheese and 1/2 inch sized sugar eyes.  And you can tell by how often I use them, I just love those sugar eyes!   The rest of the bento contains strawberries, slices of golden kiwi, and a few animal crackers.  The mini owls were inspired by a larger version of an owl sandwich that I made in my new cookbook.

To make the mini biscuits, preheat your oven to 400 degrees.  Stuff Pillsbury buttermilk biscuits (the smaller can and not the Grands) with shredded cheddar and sliced ham and place in mini muffin cups.  Bake for 10-12 minutes until golden.


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23 responses to “Mini Owl Biscuits Snack Bento #109

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  2. There’s no doubt “whoo” made this bento!

    Very creative.

  3. So flippin cute! I also like that they go straight from the oven to the bento box. Silicone muffin liners are the bomb!

  4. Wow, you can make so many things with the biscuits! :D
    Love the owl, and of course the sugar eyes too! How I wish I can find them here :)

  5. Lovely owls..
    You are so creative ..^^

  6. you are good with biscuits, same as with everything else…

  7. They are so cute!!!!!!!!!
    Love the way they rise so well!

  8. mm, i like those little mini muffin cups. where can I get them?

  9. Liz

    These are so cute! Can you explain how you stuffed the biscuits? Did you do it before you baked them?

    • Hi Liz! I flattened out the biscuit dough and then put a small mound of shredded cheddar cheese and sliced ham in the center. Then you pull all of the sides together to the middle and crimp the edges together. Lightly shape into a ball and place the stuffed biscuit into the silicone muffin cup with the crimped edge down. Then bake in a preheated 400 degree oven for 10-12 minutes.

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