Mary B’s Tea Biscuits

January 13, 2016


Who wants FREE biscuits? Keep reading . . .


two mary bs The easiest, breeziest, best tasting, and did I mention – FAST appetizer is this little roast beef slider made with Mary B’s Tea Biscuits. The small bite sized biscuit is perfect for quick snacks.


four mary bsMy new year’s resolution is to learn to make biscuits from my Grandmother’s recipe, but I have a feeling that messy ordeal is going to be left for special occasions. For something quick and light, this is the way to go.


Mary B's Bag

The way to do it with no poufy flour mess to clean up and to feed the hungry people in record time is to pop these snack -sized biscuits in the oven, and by the time you have your “fixins” ready, you can smell the deliriously delicious, hot – soft – melt-in-your-mouth biscuits, ready to fill.


One biscuitI used Cajun flavored roast beef I bought at the Piggly Wiggly deli, spicy mustard and a tangy pickle. I was out of Wickles, or else I would have used those. It was a small, but filling treat. I want to try these miniature biscuits as the base for a strawberry shortcake mini-dessert sometime. The possibilities are endless!


three mary bs

And now . . . for those of you who have Mary B’s products in your local stores, I have a surprise! The nice folks at Mary B’s (which by the way, is headquartered in nearby Pensacola, FL) read my story about their delicious Dumplings and sent something to pass on to you!


The first five readers to comment below AND send me an email with your address (I won’t show up for dinner, I promise), will receive a coupon in the mail from me for  a FREE product from Mary B’s!!! 


Mary B's Collage

So many choices! And these are just a few of their products. I haven’t tried the biscuit melts yet, but I think my son would love them. Do you remember their Dumplings I showed you (HERE)? Mary B’s also offers larger biscuits that I’ve used as a topping for individual pot pies. Comment below, then send your mailing address to:


What’s your favorite quick party appetizer? With the Super Bowl coming up, it’s time to think about these things!



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  1. I am going to the grocery store and I am going to use your idea for a quick, on-the-go dinner tonight. Thank you!

    1. I have your address and your coupon will be in the mail soon! Maybe not in time for tonight’s dinner, but soon!

    1. Yes, they have some of their products, but not all. At least in Fairhope’s store they do. You’re the fourth to respond!

  2. Yum. I’ve had the regular size but didn’t know they made tea size. Leslie, I always learn something from you!

    1. The tea sized biscuits are so perfect for snacks like this! Congratulations, you’re the fifth and final winner!

  3. Have put the tea biscuits on my shopping list. What a great idea. Thanks for letting us know they are certainly a company in the South.

    1. You’ll love them. 10 minutes and POOF! Instant put-together snack. How about filling them with Pimento Cheese? MMmmm!

    1. Oh, Poor Marsha! We’ll have to do it again so you’ll have a chance to win! Better luck tonight in the lottery!

    1. I know Piggly Wiggly and Wal-Mart carry the Mary B’s line, but I think they may get different things in on different weeks. I know that at The Pig, if you request something, they are good about getting it for you. Good luck!

  4. I couldn’t find the dumplings you mentioned when you talked about making the shortcut version of chicken and dumplings on a trip. We did find these small biscuits, and I made a shortcut version of chicken and dumplings using them. I usually make biscuits from scratch in the food processor, but these will more than do, especially if you dip them in melted butter and bake them in a black skillet.

    1. Oooo, Yes! A nice, hot, black skillet to give them a little crisp bottom. Mmm. Keep looking for the dumplings. You’ll be glad when you find them.

  5. I LOVE Mary B’s tea biscuits Leslie Anne, especially filled with a thick slice of ham! I’ve never seen her breakfast, sausage egg and cheese, I will be on the look out for those!

  6. Well, I’m too late for a biscuit but I do love Mary B’s. I also enjoy making them from scratch, using my mother’s “recipe” that she acquired from her mother-in-law many moons ago. Not hard at all to make.

    1. They may! Check their web site because you’ll want to find them if they’re available. Mmm. A warm biscuit while watching snow fall!

    1. I know Piggly Wiggly does. I was there today and they had a huge selection. The big box people probably carry them too, but I don’t know about Winn Dixie or Publix.

  7. I baked Mary B’s for Christmas dinner and made ham sandwiches with the leftover ones. They’re the best! Why would anybody spend more time than it takes to heat up the oven?? Now I want some juicy roast beef for my next round.

  8. I would like to know when the Mary B/s Tea Biscuits will be
    back on the shelves?
    We love these biscuits and now Food Lion has taken all of them
    off the shelf

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