Jalapeno, Cherry Tomato, Cheddar and Herb Biscuits ~Sundays With Joy~

Today's post is going to be short and sweet as I am up to my eye balls in buttercream and princess fairies.

It's a birthday party if you can't tell!

One year ago I was due with my little cupcake.

Though she did not arrive for 10 more days from then we are celebrating Madelyn's birth today!

I will have a full post on the cake and goodies we are serving today on Sept 5th so don't fret. You'll have your buttercream and eat your cake too!

For today I leave you with this weeks Sundays with Joy recipe choice.

We made Joys Jalapeno, Chive and Cheese biscuits.

They are the perfect light, flaky, buttery buttermilk biscuit.

I adapted the recipe slightly. I used scallions instead of chives, added some cherry tomatoes from my garden as well as garlic, basil and thyme. I also topped the biscuits with the cheese instead of adding it into the dough.

We used them as a dinner biscuit, I ate 3. No shame in admitting that right?.... Just call me Fatty McFatty Pants.

Joy serves them in her book for breakfast. How great would these be topped with some eggs and bacon??!?!!?? Or sausage gravy? Heck yes!

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  1. OMG! These look amazing and I love that you added tomatoes.

  2. Hey Fatty McFatty Pants.....I'm pretty sure I ate more than 3 so don't feel bad :) Love the additions you made, they look great!

  3. Happy birthday to your little daughter :) Can't wait for that post!
    We love a good biscuit in this house. I don't make it that often due to the butter factor. But once in a while, it does not hurt to try something good :)

  4. Aaaan this is amazing. I hear you on the sausage and gravy! That'd be so lovely.

  5. Thank you for inspiring me! I have included this recipe in my August Roundup. Please stop by and let me know what you think of the post.