I dread the start of back to school each year. It is so much fun having my kids home but the one thing I will enjoy is being back on a regular schedule. I have been driving to cello camp every morning, dance classes two or three days a week (never the same days week to week) and all the other appointments trying to get ready for school.
So, I do not have a magic kitchen or spend all day in the kitchen. I am busy just like every other mom. The other night we did not have dinner until almost 9:30 pm. We got home late and then had a few things to do before I even thought about making dinner. I remembered that I had purchased some canned biscuits awhile back. I almost never buy these things but usually two times a year they have them on sale for about $1 a can and I buy 6 to keep in the back of my refrigerator for quick lunches or dinners on nights I cannot get it together to cook real food and don’t want to go out.
This was one of those nights.
The kids really liked this meal. It would be a great idea for back to school week too when we are trying to settle into a routine but are not quite there yet. You can easily change-up the meats roast beef with some Swiss cheese and horseradish, turkey with tomato, bacon and pepper jack cheese or salami with provolone and some Italian dressing could be really good.
These were easy to make, my daughter actually made dinner and they were hot and ready when we needed dinner ready. I served these with a large green salad and everyone was happy.
Turkey and Honey Ham Cheesy Biscuits
A quick easy meal for those busy, busy nights.
- package of 10 butter flavored canned biscuits
- ten slices of oven roasted turkey
- ten slices of honey ham
- ten slices of sharp cheddar cheese
- ten slices of Colby Jack cheese
- honey mustard
- Spray a 9 x 9 pan with non-stick spray and preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Cut each biscuit in half horizontally with a sharp knife. Lie one half of each biscuit in the bottom of the pan. You will kind of have to squish one row to make the 10th biscuit fit.
- Spread the honey mustard over the bottom of the biscuits.
- Layer the cheddar cheese on the bottom of the biscuits. Then layer ham and turkey over the cheese. Finish the layering by adding the Colby Jack on top of the turkey.
- Spread a layer of honey mustard on the bottom half of the biscuits and place on top of sandwiches.
- Bake for 12-15 minutes until golden brown on top and bottom.
- Remove pan from oven to cool and drizzle with honey before serving.