I was sitting around one day just thinking about how nice it would be to pop a hot, gooey, cheesy, bacon wrapped little dough puff into my mouth, yep, that’s what I was doing…sadly it’s true. Once that thought invaded my head, I knew that my life wouldn’t move forward until I got busy and made them a reality.

So here we are! These succulent and decadent little one-biters are so good, so addictive and so downright dangerous that you will need a chaperone if you plan on being left alone with them.

And then that chaperone will probably need a chaperone too!

These little bites can cause bad, bad things to happen. Before you know it, the plate is empty and your pants are strangely smaller. But they’re so worth it.

About the Author

Amy Erickson is the voice behind Oh, Bite It. She creates fun and unique kitchen creations that are mostly all happy accidents. She is not a trained chef and doesn’t take food too seriously. She just finds it fun to keep things interesting in the kitchen.

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Amy is one of our food bloggers for The Opener, an exclusive, invite-only contributor network that will bring the best food, culture, and innovation writing to the pages of Coca-Cola Journey.



  • 1 can (8-count) Pillsbury Grands Flaky Layers Biscuits
  • cubed mozzarella cheese (1-inch cube per Bomb)
  • 2 Pound bacon (1 slice per Bomb)
  • toothpicks or skewers of your choice
  • oil for frying (I use Canola)


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  1. Cube the cheese, and cut each biscuit into fourths. Place one piece of cheese inside a biscuit quarter and roll it up in there nice and tight. Wrap each rolled Bomb in a slice of bacon, and secure it with a skewer or toothpick. In a medium to large pot, heat up approximately 2″ of oil (to 350 degrees) and fry up each biscuit Bomb in small batches. I recommend one or two at a time. The oil used for frying will expand so closely watch the biscuits as they sit in the pot. Remove biscuits from the pot and allow them to drain on paper towels. Serve them up good and warm.