Cook biscuits on Blackstone griddle at the same time you are cooking other Blackstone breakfast favorites. No need to heat up the oven.
These Blackstone biscuits cook up crispy on the outside and tender and fluffy on the inside. They are infused with seasonings from the griddle and make this biscuit taste like a gourmet menu item!
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Biscuits on Blackstone – Ingredients
The ingredients are super easy. Use a can of your favorite biscuits and a little olive oil on the griddle to get a perfectly crisp outside. Find canned biscuits near the dairy in your grocery store.
Any brand and size will work. Blackstone griddle cooking biscuits will make even the least expensive biscuits taste great.
You can cook the biscuits on a Blackstone or other outdoor or indoor griddle.
Biscuits on Blackstone – Prepare Griddle
First, apply a light layer of oil to griddle. I use olive oil for flavor and health benefits. You can also use avocado oil or canola oil.
Next, preheat griddle to low temperature of 325°F for 5 minutes. Use a point and shoot thermometer to make it easy to see what the griddle temperature is.
All griddles including the Blackstone have spots that are hotter in some areas due to the placement of the burners and the wind and outside temperature.
Use the point and shoot thermometer to aim and click to see the various temperatures to help with ingredient placement on the flat surface.
Biscuits on Blackstone – Assembling
Open a can of biscuits and place dough on Blackstone griddle. I usually cook them to the right of the main breakfast that is cooking. I like to use the larger grands size, but any size will work just as well.
Think about how you are going to serve the biscuits. If you are going to make a sausage, egg and cheese biscuit you might want the large size biscuits. For butter and jelly biscuits the small or regular size works great.
Biscuits on Blackstone – Cooking Directions
Flip the biscuits with a spatula about every 2 minutes until golden. Use a spatula to gently press the biscuits against the griddle surface and hold in heat as they cook.
Optionally, to cook biscuits on Blackstone use a wire rack and cover. Blackstone makes a good steaming cover or use an aluminum pan or foil tent.
After about 15 minutes the biscuits should be golden on both sides and cooked in the middle. Add a few minutes if needed to be sure the middle is cooked.
You can place them along the edge of the griddle where the heat is not as hot (away from the path of the burners underneath) and let them finish cooking without burning the outsides.
Another option is to set them on a wire rack on the Blackstone griddle to finish cooking or stay warm.
Serve and enjoy!
Biscuits on Blackstone – Serving Suggestions
Serve biscuits with butter and jelly or fill them with sausage, bacon, or ham. Add a slice of American Cheese or Monterey Jack Cheese. Spicy cheese biscuits can be served with salsa or flavored butters.
Another option for serving biscuits on Blackstone is to drizzle honey over them or put a small bowl of honey on a plate and surround with biscuits for a beautiful presentation on the center of the table.
Turn plain biscuits on the Blackstone into cinnamon biscuits by shaking cinnamon sugar on the dough before cooking. They will have a golden sugar cinnamon flavor. Decide you want cinnamon biscuits after they are done? Brush with butter and sprinkle cinnamon sugar over them before serving.
How about maple syrup, strawberry syrup, or blueberry syrup to top your biscuit? There are so many ideas for variations that turn your plain biscuit into a new dish!
Biscuits on Blackstone – Storage
You can store leftover biscuits in an airtight storage bag or container in the refrigerator for about a week.
Ever wonder how long food lasts in the refrigerator? Check out our food storage guide for determining How Long is Food Good For in the Fridge.
Cooked biscuits on the Blackstone or other griddle can be frozen in an airtight storage bag for 3 months. Let them cool before storing to keep them fresh and free from frost that forms from steam if they are still warm.
Here are some related recipes for cooking on your Blackstone Griddle and for making other Breakfast Recipes.
Biscuits on Blackstone – Related Recipes
Cranberry Blueberry Pancakes Cooked on the Griddle.
Bacon Sizzling on the Blackstone Griddle
Scrambled Eggs on the Blackstone Griddle
Other Canned Biscuit Recipes
Sausage Pinwheels Made with Biscuit Dough
Pillsbury Orange Rolls Canned Biscuits – Cooked in the Air Fryer
To cook biscuits on a Blackstone griddle begin by applying a thin light layer of oil to flat top surface. Preheat griddle to 325°F.
Place biscuit dough on heated surface and cook 2 minutes then flip biscuits over. Continue to cook turning every 2 minutes until lightly crispy and golden on the outside.
Next place biscuits on top of a wire rack on the griddle surface and cover with a dome or aluminum foil tent until the insides of the biscuit are cooked thoroughly. It should take about 15 minutes for the biscuits to finish cooking.
The result is a light crispy outside and fluffy tender inside.
Cook biscuits on a Blackstone griddle for approximately 20 minutes. Begin by browning them on the griddle surface for 4 or 5 minutes (turning them once or twice until golden) then transfer to a wire rack and cover with a dome or aluminum foil tent so the insides get completely cooked.
Yes you can cook canned biscuits on a flat top grill. Any brand and any size canned biscuit dough works fine. Begin by browning both sides of the biscuits on the heated flat top surface.
Transfer to a wire rack that you placed on the grill surface and cover with a dome or aluminum foil tent to complete the cooking of the insides.
- 1 can biscuits (any brand, cooking time is for grand size.)
- 1 tbls olive oil (or avocado oil or canola oil)
- Apply a light layer of oil to griddle.
- Preheat griddle to low: about 325°F for 5 minutes.
- Open can of biscuits and place dough on griddle.
- Flip the biscuits about every 2 minutes until done. Use a spatula to gently press the biscuits against the griddle surface and hold in heat as they cook. Optionally, use a wire rack and cover. Blackstone makes a good steaming cover or use an aluminum pan or foil tent.
- After about 15 minutes the biscuits should be golden on both sides and cooked in the middle. Add a few minutes if needed to be sure the middle is cooked. You can place them along the edge of the griddle where the heat is not as hot (away from the path of the burners underneath) and let them finish cooking without burning the outsides.
- Serve and enjoy!