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    A lil Help from the Doughboy

    You know which doughboy I mean, the cute advertising icon who appears on those cans of refrigerated doughs. These recipes use canned & frozen doughs in creative ways.
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    I saw these demonstrated on on old tv show called "Home & Family." These are so pretty and very simple to prepare. They used a large and a small maple leaf shaped cutter for these cookies. Yield will vary depending upon how much dough you have and how big your cookie cutters are - I guessed the yield based on one roll of purchased sugar cookie dough. Baking time is per cookie sheet. Plan to have several cookie sheets available as the cookies must cool completely before removing from the pans.

    Recipe #40134

    Cute and simple to prepare in a snap for a dinner party. These look really nice when they are baked and have a nice aroma. I have also used a Rosemary Lime Vinaigrette in this which was wonderful. Adapted from an old issue of Southern Living.

    Recipe #61374

    When I lived in Germany, the local bakery sometimes would make these yummy little pastries. I was so happy to find a recipe for them in Schoener Essen,a German cooking magazine. However, when I made the original version,the dough was not quite the same,even though the filling was perfect. By chance, I happened to make Sharon 123's Peachy Cheese Danish recipe #84867,and the dough tasted just right. So,this recipe combines the very easy cooking method for the dough from Sharon's recipe and my adaptation of the original German filling. Baby pineapples are very common in Germany, but you can also use regular fresh pineapple if that is all that is available-you just might need to cut the rings into smaller pieces in order to make them fit on the pastries. Also, if you can't find pineapple preserves, try peach or apricot. Quark is a German cottage cheese with the consistency of ricotta.Ricotta is a bit saltier and not exactly the same taste, but works out fine in this recipe if quark is unavailable. Best served warm.

    Recipe #61746

    These tiny little rolls are so easy and so tasty. When you don't otherwise have time to bake, but want to serve savory dinner rolls, these do quite nicely. Adapted from Taste of Home and used many times over the years with great success.

    Recipe #61805

    This recipe, adapted from a Mr Food recipe, doctors up frozen bread dough. These are very pretty when baked.

    Recipe #72131

    This is fast, easy, and looks lovely. Adapted from Southern Living. Makes a good appetizer or dinner roll for a party.

    Recipe #84318

    A beautiful dessert that you would never know started with canned biscuits and pie filling. Adapted from Southern Living

    Recipe #97863

    These are so delicious. I saw these made on a Pillsbury Bake-off Special (the original version of this recipe won its category) and immediately gave them a try the very next day. We all ooohed and aahhed at how pretty they look and then the taste....so scrumptious. In the contest, the original version called for using a tube of Pillsbury French bread, which she baked up fresh and sliced...I have done this and it is a brilliant idea for a fast quick loaf of bread to use for this. However, I often just use a baguette fresh made from the local bakery. My other changes are using fresh blackberries (she used frozen thawed) and I omit the nuts and add mint instead. You may also use other berries in this. A mix of blackberries and raspberries is very pretty.

    Recipe #208307

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