1 can (8 biscuits) of refrigerated biscuit dough
16 cooked, cooled meatballs (I use turkey meatballs, you can use any meatballs you want.)
shredded mozzarella cheese
2 tbsp softened butter or margarine spread
Preheat oven to 350*. Mix garlic seasoning thoroughly with the softened butter and set aside. I use about 2 tsp of Tastefully Simple's garlic bread seasoning.
Cut each uncooked biscuit in half.
Then slice the flat side open. It will make a pita pocket looking piece of dough. I stretch the dough a little so it will fit a meatball inside.
Sprinkle cheese inside the pocket, then place a meatball inside. I then close the dough around the meatball, making sure there are no holes or gaps in the dough. Then I put it on a greased cookie sheet. Do this with each half of biscuit dough.
Make sure you space them apart by a couple of inches. The dough will expand as it cooks. Now brush each dumpling with the garlic butter. I like to cover the whole dumpling, but you could do just the top if you'd like. The butter will melt and drip down over the whole dumpling. I like the golden color that the dough gets when I cover the whole dumpling with the butter.
Now bake for 25-30 min until golden brown.
Your house will smell of yummy garlic and you'll have a trail of happy people making their way into the kitchen, waiting for these babies to cool off. Serve with marinara sauce and dip away once they are cooled. YUM!!!!