I found this on Martha Stewart.com These biscuits are really good and really easy. Im going to change it up a bit next time, instead of chives I think I will use green onions and 1/4 cup cubed cheddar cheese too...
This is an adopted recipe. I made Recipe #75401 with whole wheat flour and use that to make these biscuits. This is a basic recipe so you can add whatever flavours and add-ins that you want: cheese, spices,poppyseeds, etc. Original introdcution>>>"Adds a little more flavor to a plain biscuit. They are very fluffy too! I made these because I was sick of how plain biscuits can taste. I add sour cream to a lot of recipes and it seems to *fix* the flavor of some things, including biscuits."
It's almost that time of year again...time for packing school lunches! I am posting some freezer friendly recipes from the Company's Coming "school days lunches" cookbook for anyone who needs some great make ahead recipes for the lunch box, Enjoy!
See additional notes at the bottom of the recipe from saturn--thanks for the great ideas!
Nothing beats fresh garlic bread right out of the oven, Dears. But sometimes we spend too much time gossiping at the beauty parlor and time gets away from us. Make these up ahead of time and have a handy cache of these ready for those days when your hair looks great, your nails are polished, and you must get straight to the phone to spread the juicy gossip you just heard.
This makes 2 very large or 3 regular sized loaves. I like mine just shaped into a loaf and placed on a baking sheet, however I'm sure bread pans will work ok. This bread is very crusty on the outside (which if you don't like that just omit spraying with water) while nice and chewy on the inside. It can be tricky to bake as it tends to brown quickly so I place a foil tent over the loaves after they've baked for 15-20 minutes. (This makes great sandwiches, we like roast chicken and havarti cheese)
These wonderful little pockets are filled with yummy, ooey-gooey cherry-cheese goodness! Kids love to help make these! Make 'em by the dozen, freeze and kids can heat them up for an after-school snack!
These muffins are fabulous eaten just baked warm out of the oven... great to serve warm with stew or soup or anything! They freeze well for up to 1 month, just warm before serving. Use a slightly heaping tablespoon of baking powder for this recipe. If you like heat add in 1 finely chopped jalapeno pepper. Prep time does not include cooking bacon.
These freeze really well and I remember as a teenager coming home from late shift at work and heating these up as a late night snack. We always used Maggi onion soup mix. I haven't allowed for extra cheese for sprinkling on top in ingredient list. You can take the crusts off the bread if you wish, we never did.
These tasty little morsels are so easy and versatile. I serve them as an appetizer or after school snack, but especially as a school lunch. I just make them ahead, freeze them and pop them into my daughter's lunch box frozen, and by the time she is ready to eat lunch they are all thawed out. There are never any left over! Hope you enjoy!
You'll want to triple this recipe for those sports fans. Make ahead & freeze well wrapped in foil, they'll keep for a couple of months. To serve the frozen pizza sticks preheat oven to 300f, place frozen sticks on a non stick baking sheet and bake for5-8 minutes Either way fresh or frozen they are good
My DH loves those frozen Tony's Pizza Rolls....I'll eat them too, but....what exactly is in them?? We probably don't want to even know! These are MUCH better and at least we know what we're eating!! Buy extra sauce for dipping if you'd like, but they really don't need it. Also, add/omit any ingredients you like or don't like. Make them to your own taste of course. This is what we like in them.