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Peach Pie Biscuit Bombs

Flaky refrigerated biscuits are split and filled with fresh peach slices, cinnamon, nutmeg, and Brie. These Peach Pie Biscuit Bombs are unbelievably simple, totally delicious little treats perfect for breakfast, brunch, or with a little ice cream for dessert!

Peach Pie Biscuit Bombs

There’s this place about 20 miles from my house. It’s down a two-lane highway that mostly runs past single family homes, grassy fields, and long-ago abandoned service stations. It basically looks like every other two-lane highway around here EXCEPT.

This particular two-lane highway takes you straight to a roadside market with the BEST peaches, the biggest blackberries, and homemade ice cream in freshly made waffle cones. You guys. It’s like summer produce heaven.

We’ve been twice in two and a half-ish weeks, and both times I came away with a whole peck of peaches.

If you are not familiar with farm-speak, a ‘peck’ is like an overflowing woven basketful of fruit. It is a ridiculous amount of peaches, especially when you consider that my kiddos will not eat them [#weirdos]. Not one single peach has gone to waste, though. We made those Peach Chicken Taquitos a time or two (ironically the boys take no issue with those), I think today I might crank out an actual traditional pie, and of course, these Peach Pie Biscuit Bombs happened.

Peach Pie Biscuit Bomb Recipe

This is actually one of the easiest recipes I’ve ever made. I split some great big refrigerated biscuits (think a Grands with Flaky Layers kind of situation), added a few fresh peach slices, some soft Brie cheese, cinnamon, and a little brown sugar to each, and then put the halves back together, using my hands to roll them into a sort of stuffed biscuit ball.

AND THEN!

I had this stroke of brown butter genius because browned butter actually makes everything better. Everything.

How to Assemble Peach Pie Biscuit Bombs

So I brushed them before baking with brown butter, and then when they came out of the oven, I brushed them again.

Peach Pie Stuffed Biscuit Recipe

These pie bombs are unbelievable. The Brie melts and gets all gooey, the peaches cook and taste like the best, most simple pie filling on earth, the biscuits make a soft, perfectly flaky little pocket of crust, and the brown butter adds a rich, nutty, buttery finish. Wahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.

So good.

Peach Pie Biscuit Bombs

Peach Pie Biscuit Bombs

Yield: 8 biscuit bombs
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes

Flaky refrigerated biscuits are stuffed with fresh peaches, brown sugar, and soft Brie cheese.

Ingredients

  • 1 package refrigerated Grands Flaky Biscuits
  • 1 cup sliced fresh peaches (1" pieces)
  • 3-4 ounces soft Brie cheese
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1 tablespoon honey (optional)
  • 3 tablespoons butter

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 375F.
  2. Split the biscuits in half. Place 3-4 pieces of peach in the center of the bottom half of each biscuit. Add a small spoonful of the Brie (about a teaspoon). the sprinkle them all with brown sugar and cinnamon. Drizzle with a little honey (if you are using it).
  3. Place the top back on each biscuit and gently press the edges down to lightly seal and close. Take each one in your hand and gently form into balls so the biscuit is wrapped all the way around the filling. Place them about 2" apart on an ungreased baking sheet.
  4. Put the butter in a small saucepan over medium heat. Melt it and then let it snap and crackle in the pan until it smells nutty. Remove from the heat. Brush each bomb with the browned butter, making sure to get the browned bits from the bottom of the pan.
  5. Bake for 12-15 minutes. the tops will be golden.
  6. Brush the pie bombs with the brown butter again after baking and serve warm.
Nutrition Information:

Amount Per Serving:Calories: 0 Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 0mg Carbohydrates: 0g Fiber: 0g Sugar: 0g Protein: 0g

 P.S. Put these in a bowl with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. DO IT.

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Annie M

Tuesday 4th of September 2018

I wouldn't make these again unfortunately. It's easier to make the biscuits, split and serve with the brie and jam. They were hard to get to stay together and separated when baked. I had to flip them over and continue to bake when I realized they were done on the outside but raw dough was on the inside. Great idea but not a good product. (If you want to eat them over the sink like I did and not serve to anyone, they're delicious.)

Heather Tullos

Wednesday 5th of September 2018

Hi Annie - sorry you had a poor experience. I have lots of other readers that have tried these with much success though! Maybe the oven temperature was off?

alicia houston

Friday 20th of July 2018

I plan to make a batch for tomorrow's brunch except will try it with cream cheese and will try it with apples too wish me luck

Lauren Chase

Sunday 1st of July 2018

We made this recipe and used our pizza oven to cook them. Looked gorgeous, and tasted even better!

Heather Tullos

Monday 2nd of July 2018

ooohhhh PIZZA OVEN! That sounds terrific. Thanks Lauren!

Laurie

Saturday 30th of June 2018

This sound delish... Can I omit the Brie, don’t have any? Or what else could take it’s placed?

Molly

Tuesday 21st of August 2018

I made them with cream cheese and they were great!

Heather Tullos

Saturday 30th of June 2018

Sure! Leave it out!

Adrienne

Saturday 29th of July 2017

I just got a box of fresh Colorado peaches, I am excited to make this. Has anyone had success freezing them? Thanks

Heather Tullos

Saturday 29th of July 2017

Hi Adrienne! Things don't ever last long enough in my house for the freezer, but I'd say if you have had any success freezing refrigerated biscuit dough then these will freeze just fine. Playing around with the plain biscuit dough first might be a good way to test things out. Happy baking! -Heather