Pimento Cheese Biscuits

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With only 4 ingredients and pimento cheese baked into the biscuit dough, these Southern pimento cheese biscuits are fluffy, tender, and so flavorful. 

Pimento Cheese Biscuits served with ham.

Today, I wanted to share with you a recipe sure to be a favorite in Southern Hearts (if it isn’t already)… pimento cheese biscuits. If you’re anything like us, come spring and summer you’re ready for light flavors, pastel colors, and all of the other wonderful fresh flavors of the season.  Today’s recipe would make a perfect addition to your holiday brunch, with a delicious old Southern twist!

Now, anyone who has been with me a while knows that I’m a HUGE fan of pimento cheese. There are several recipes involving this cheese on Southern Plate as it just makes my taste buds happy. My preferred brand is Price’s, as it’s made with real mayonnaise and real cheese. You can even see big chunks of cheese in it. It looks just like my homemade pimento cheese and tastes like my Grandmama made it.

So now we are going to gild the lily by making biscuits with Southern-style pimento cheese baked right into the dough for a distinctly Southern flavor that pairs perfectly with Easter ham. You only need 4 ingredients to make pimento cheese biscuits: baking mix, milk, pimento cheese, and garlic powder. That’s it! These Southern biscuits are so fluffy, tender, flavorful, and easy to make. Ready to give this pimento cheese biscuit recipe a go? 

Pimento Cheese Biscuits ingredients.

Recipe Ingredients

  • Baking mix (I am using my homemade baking mix, but you can just use Bisquick if you like).
  • Milk
  • Garlic powder
  • Price’s Southern Style Pimento Cheese

How to Make Pimento Cheese Biscuits

Place all ingredients into a medium bowl.

Place all ingredients into a medium bowl.

Mix ingredients together.

Using a spoon, stir together really well until fully blended.

Place dough on floured surface and sprinkle with more flour.

Dump the biscuit dough out onto a floured surface and sprinkle with more flour.

Knead this a few times by pressing into a ball and then flattening slightly and repeating.

Cut biscuits out of dough with biscuit cutter.

Pat the dough out to about 1/2-inch thickness with your hands and then cut with a biscuit cutter.

See those little pimentos peeking out of the dough? This biscuit dough makes my heart smile.

Place in greased baking dish and bake until golden brown.

Grease a baking dish with cooking spray and place the biscuits inside, with the sides touching. Bake at 400 for 12 to 15 minutes or until golden brown. Allow them to cool a bit before removing them from the pan.

pimento cheese biscuits

Check out how I serve my pimento cheese biscuits below.


  • Store leftover biscuits in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 2 days or in the fridge for up to 1 week. You can reheat them in the microwave or air fryer.
  • You can also freeze baked drop biscuits for up to 3 months. Thaw in the fridge before reheating as above.

Recipe Notes

  • You can find Price’s Southern Style Pimento Cheese at Publix right now and more grocery stores soon! It’s the only pimento cheese I’ve found in stores that tastes like homemade because it is made like homemade.
  • However, check out this recipe if you want to make homemade pimento cheese to add to this biscuit recipe. You’ll need sharp cheddar cheese, mayonnaise, salt, and diced pimentos.
  • For the best biscuits, use a straight up and down movement when cutting the dough with a biscuit cutter. No twists and turns are required!
  • To add a little heat, add 1 teaspoon of cayenne pepper or smoked paprika. You can also add a couple of teaspoons of hot sauce.

Recipe FAQs

How do you serve pimento cheese biscuits?

There are so many ways to serve these biscuits:

  • Simply add a spread of butter.
  • Top with even more pimento cheese.
  • Fill with baked ham, sausage patties, or BLT ingredients (bacon, lettuce, and tomato).
  • Serve them as a side alongside a main dish like pulled pork or fried chicken.

Check out these other pimento cheese treats:

Chicken Broccoli Skillet with Pimento Cheese Sauce

Pimento Cheese Sandwich

Sharp & Spicy Pimento Cheese

Pimiento Cheese Dip

Pimento Cheese Biscuits

With only 4 ingredients and pimento cheese baked into the biscuit dough, these Southern pimento cheese biscuits are fluffy, tender, and so flavorful. 
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: American
Keyword: biscuits, cheese, pimento
Servings: 4
Calories: 210kcal



  • Place all ingredients in a medium bowl. Using a spoon, stir together until fully blended.
    2.5 cups baking mix, 1 cup Price's Southern Style Pimento Cheese, 1/2 cup milk, 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
  • Turn dough out onto a floured surface and sprinkle with more flour. Knead a few times before patting it out to 1/2-inch thickness. Cut with a biscuit cutter and place on a greased baking sheet with sides touching.
  • Bake at 400 for 15 minutes. Allow them to cool slightly before removing them from the pan.


Calories: 210kcal
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This post was graciously sponsored by Price’s Pimento Cheese but all opinions contained herein are my own. Special thanks to Price’s for supporting Southern Plate and helping me share a great product with my readers.

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  1. Can’t wait to try Price’s. I’m hung up on Palmetto Cheese. Its only at Publix and (thankfully much cheaper) at Sams. Its addictive, especially with Fritos. I have probably a dozen pimento cheese recipes and love them all, but I’ve never been able to eat a bought one until I tried Palmetto.

    1. Palmetto is also available at Walmart, Walmart Neighborhood Store, and Costco. It is the only brand that I will buy.

    2. It is also available at Ingles and Bi-Lo in my area, upstate SC/foothills NC. It is also made with good ol’ Duke’s Mayo! I’ve been loving it ever since it began to be available for sale at Pauley’s Island, where my daughter lived.

  2. I can get a pimento cheese spread at the stores here in NY/upstate but they are loaded with sugar! I grew up in Texas with homemade pimento cheese that never had sugar added to it. I love pimento cheese but have NEVER made it. How much homemade would you use for this recipe? Time for this 60 yr old to learn to make it! i will look at your recipes as I know they will be wonderful!

  3. Hi Christy, I have tried these yummy little biscuits before but it has been awhile. Since I have a public grocery store right down the street from my house, I’ll just drop by there tomorrow and pick up some pimento cheese and make them myself. Thank You For All That You Do! Have a Great Day!

  4. We have a hometown brand of pimento cheese that is my go-to brand, Mrs. Grissom’s. Started in 1955, it is still made in Nashville, TN and is sold at Wal-Mart. Hands down, it’s the best…and their chicken salad is divine ( I have some in my fridge right now!). Of course, my mom used to make her own back in the days of the “government cheese” allotments. Mom would mix American and cheddar for her pimento cheese, YUM!

  5. I love love love pimento cheese spread! My favorite is Hy Vee brand because it really is homemadeI have got to try this recipe! Sounds great!

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