griffing's Recipe Reviews
Posted 10/26/2011 2:04:03 PM
Didn't follow recipe exactly. Used 2 cans of refrigerator country biscuits (each can makes 10 and 1 can didn't seem like enough.) Didn't really measure anything. Used 1 egg, 2 BIG squirts of kraft calorie wise zesty italien dressing instead of milk. Added aprox. 1tsp of minced garlic, 1tsp of onion soup mix(didn't have any green onion on hand), 1tsp of parsley(dehydrated), added more garlic pwd(we like garlic), and whisked. Added biscuit pieces and tossed gently. Added about 1/4cup of ready cooked bacon bits and a boatload of cheddar (maybe 1 1/2cups)and tossed again. Added mix to greased caserole dish. Was enough to fully cover bottom of dish in single snug layer. Had to cook for 30 min to get the top to brown. Was DEE-freakin-LICIOUS!!!!! Will definitely make again. Not dry or flavorless. Maybe a little more greasy with all the cheese but we loved it. Lots of left overs for just 2. You can cut a nice sized square and then slice horizontally and make a fantastic pannini with it. YUM YUM
Posted 10/17/2011 2:08:18 PM
Caramel-Peanut Butter Bars
Really really yummy. Pressed cookie base into parchment lined dish, lifted out so easily after bars were done for easy cutting. Only had mixed nuts on hand, tasted great. Accidently forgot cookie base was in oven and over cooked it...alot! Completed recipe anyway and stored finished bars in tupperware, base thankfully softened when stored. The original rock solid brick I'd created became softer and chewy. Disaster averted. Will pay more attention next time but overall...bars were delicious. Will definitely make again. Nice balance of choc. and caramel and peanut butter.