I don't know why they're called Mystery Biscuits. The recipe and the pictures come from the Pioneer Woman, creator of all things tasty and wonderful (responsible for such recipes as the apple pie and the Marlboro Man sandwiches). I think I'm in love with her. You will need one and a half cans of flaky biscuits (I'm assuming you used half a can for the chicken pot pie, but if you didn't, use a full two cans. Or just one), two sticks of butter (or just one, if you're using one can of biscuits), and three-five ounces of bleu cheese (depending on how much you love or hate bleu cheese). Crumble the cheese using a fork. You can also find it pre-crumbled, probably. Put the butter on a cookie sheet with sides and dump the cheesy crumbles over the top. Cut each stick of butter into three or four pieces to ensure even melting, and place the cookie sheet in a 350F oven for just a couple minutes. All it needs to do is get a little melty. This really shouldn't take more than two minutes. Don't go far. Keep your eyes and ears open. Once it melts, stir a little to ensure even distribution. Meanwhile, slice your biscuits into fourths. And then dump them into your cheesy, buttery goodness. Roll the biscuits in the goodness, spread out on the tray (you'll have to bake in two batches), and bake at 350F for 8-12 minutes. Mmm...delightful. And so mysterious!
The boring stuff:
Makes a ton of mystery biscuits. Like, a ton.
Takes 15-20 minutes. Ish.