This Cheesy Taco Bombs Skillet is a deliciously cheesy party appetizer or game day snack that everyone will love!
Remember when I shared these Cheesy Taco Sticks? Well, I had a some extra taco meat and a can of Pillsbury biscuits in my fridge and wanted to make another fun snack.
That’s when these little Taco Bombs were born!
All you need to do is flatten out a biscuit, pile on some taco meat and a little cheese.
I had some cheddar cheese sticks in my fridge so I used those, but shredded cheddar would work just as good!
You could even add a little sliced jalapeño in each one for some extra taco flair! Since I was serving these to my kids I went ahead and kept them simple.
Roll up the biscuit so it’s enclosing the meat and cheese, then pinch the seams closed.
Place them seam side down in a lightly buttered skillet and then brush the tops with some garlic and cilantro infused melted butter.
Two small tubes of biscuits was perfect for this 10″ skillet, leaving a small spot in the middle open for your favorite taco dip.
I paired these with salsa, sour cream and a those pickled jalapeños for me!
The insides are filled with gooey cheese and tender taco meat, while the outside is crisp, buttery and delicious!
I couldn’t keep my hands off of these ones!
Make these cheesy bombs for your next gathering!
HELPFUL PRODUCTS TO MAKE THIS RECIPE:
Cheesy Taco Bombs Skillet
- 2 7.5oz tubes Pillsbury Biscuits
- 1 1/2 cups leftover taco meat, cooled*
- 5 cheddar cheese sticks, cut into 1 inch pieces (20 total)
- 2 tbsp melted butter
- 1/2 tsp garlic powder
- 1 tsp dried cilantro
- Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Lightly grease a 10" skillet and set aside.
- Press each biscuit flat, and top with a small portion of the taco meat and piece of cheese. Fold the biscuit over and pinch the seams, creating a small ball. Place the ball seam side down in the skillet. Repeat with the remaining balls, leaving a little space between each ball.
- Combine the melted butter, garlic powder and cilantro in a small dish then brush the tops of the balls with the butter. Bake for 10 to 12 minutes, or until tops are golden brown. Sprinkle with extra cilantro if desired and serve with your favorite taco toppings. Enjoy!