This easy-to-make chili cheese cup recipe is a great way to enjoy chili in a fun new way. Chili made with our chili seasoning and added to biscuit cups with cheese makes for a fun flavorful treat. You will soon be making these chili cheese cups to share at parties, serve as a meal, or have as a quick snack.
Finding fun, easy, and quick new recipes is fun. Chili is one of those easy recipes that can be made and served to feed many or a few any time of the year. It is especially enjoyable on a nice cold fall or winter day if you want a hearty meal to warm you up. Chili can also lead to having tasty leftovers and trying to find new ways besides the classic chili cheese fries and chili dogs to use the leftover chili.
Our chili cheese cup recipe is a wonderful way to easily enjoy some leftover chili or if you want a new way to serve chili at parties or get-togethers. Simply add chili seasoned with our award-winning chili seasoning to biscuit cups with a little cheese and you have an easy recipe. The chili cheese cups create a fun snack, appetizer, or even meal if paired with a salad or some fruit. If you are worried about having a lot of groceries to get you don't have to with this recipe, it contains only a few ingredients. This chili recipe will become a fun new favorite.
How to Make Chugwater Chili For Chili Cheese Cups
If you are making just enough chili for this recipe you will want to do a half batch of Chugwater Chili.
Brown 1 pound of ground beef (you can also use venison or ground turkey).
Add in ½ a 15-ounce can of tomato sauce, a 15-ounce can of pinto beans (you do not need to drain the juice), and about ½ cup water. We want this chili to be thick for this recipe.
Assembling the Chili Cups
Once you have your Chugwater Chili made it is time to make the chili cheese cups. You can also use leftover chili if you have it as well.
Spray a muffin tin with cooking spray (this prevents the cups from sticking).
You will use 2 to 3 8-count cans of biscuit dough.
Take a piece of dough and flatten it out then mold it to the muffin tin to make a cup with a cavity that you can use to fill with chili.
Fill the cavity with chili to just below the edge of the cavity. Do not overfill. As the biscuit dough cooks it will expand and if you have too much it will push out. Repeat until all dough cups are filled.
Baking the Chili Cheese Cups
Heat the oven to 400 degrees.
Place the filled chili cups in the oven for 15 minutes or until golden.
Pull and put a pinch of cheese on top of each cup.
Put back in the oven and back until melted.
Serving the Chili Cheese Cups
These easy-to-make chili cheese cups are fun to serve. They can be served for parties, as a snack, appetizer, or as a meal with a salad. Add your favorite toppings such as diced onion, a dollop of Chugwater Chili Dip, diced tomatoes, and more. Make a chili cup bar at parties by adding your favorite toppings alongside these chili cheese cups in a buffet-style setting. There are many ways to serve this fun recipe.
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