- ½ cup of salted butter (it should be melted also)
- 2/3 cup of fresh and pure milk
- 1 cup of completely dried and fresh cranberries
- Some fresh and pure parsley (chop it, if it is desired)
- 2 ¼ cups Bisquick mix (should be original)
- 4 ounces of blue colored cheese (they should be finely crumbled)
- 4 ounces of brie cheese (finely chopped, you can remove the rind if you want)
- Preheat the oven. Before you move on to further process for making your dish. Don’t forget to pick a properly working oven. After picking the oven, preheat it to a temperature to 350 degrees F (176 degree Celsius). Preheating the oven can save your valuable time. While preheating it, make sure that it does not get overheated. Otherwise, it will result in the overcooking of the dish, which will ultimately alter the taste of the dish. Don’t forget to spray the 8 or 9-inch plate of pie with the spray of cooking. This will work as a grease.
- Pour the butter. After preheating it and spraying it with the cooking spray, move on for further process. And now, pour half of the salted and melted butter into the plate of pie. Now, in a medium-sized bowl, mix the mixture of Bisquick and the pure milk. Then, add round tablespoon sized dollops of the batter properly to the plate of pie. And do it until the plate of the pie is full of the balls of biscuit & all of the dough has been totally used. Now, drizzle it the rest of the butter on the tops of the biscuits. Sprinkle the blue cheese, brie, and ½ of the cranberries over the biscuits’ tops. Also, press some cheese into the biscuits.
- Give the final touch. Place the pie plate on the sheet of cookie. Thereafter, bake it for about 30 minutes or until the cheese is completely melted. Or until the biscuits turn golden in color. Sprinkle it with the remaining parsley and cranberries. Serve it immediately.
- Serve it warm and serve it using toothpicks or some cocktail forks.
- If you are not interested in eating blue cheese, you can substitute it with the goat cheese or feta cheese.