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They were ok. I left out the condiments and used those for dipping the tarts into. My 5yo didn't like them at all. I had made them for her, we would prefer regular hamburgers. I probably won't make again, but fun idea. Nothing in particular that we disliked just not our favorite.
We liked the basic flavor of the meat mixture, but we thought that the Bisquick crust was a bit odd. They looked and smelled good, were easy to make and not bad, just not quite our cup of tea. I thought the kids would love these, but surprisingly, they wouldn't touch them. We probably won't make them again, but thanks for sharing.
When making Pizza Tarts, I decided to make 1/2 this way and 1/2 as pizza cups. I rolled my dough out too thin, and had 18 tarts, so I also made 6 Bar-B-Que Cups. I keep All Purpose Ground Meat Mix (usually made without celery and with extra seasonings) in my freezer, so this was easy to start with. I did omit the relish, because my kids don't care for pickles on their burgers. Since the dough was thin, these were perfect little tarts instead of more muffin like. They are great for after school snacks, quick lunches, OAMC, and so much more! Thanks for posting a recipe I will use over and over again!
These were pretty good. I might have had too much meat mix though. It seemed a little bland. We made with ground turkey, I added onion & garlic. Next time will add Worchestershire sauce, more mustard/relish/ketchup (I had already doubled it). The crust was crispy and good, and they had good texture/consistency. Just needed a bit more flavor we thought.
These were pretty good. Both of my sons and my husband liked these.
I made these today with my students, and all really seemed to enjoy them. It was easy enough for them to prepare by themselves. We used small bisquits to make the cups instead of making the dough. I think that next time we will put less mustard, but otherwise it was good. Thanks for a great recipe!
Loved these! Pamela suggested them when I asked for a way to make portable cheeseburger "things" and this works well. I doubled the recipe because I had about 1.5 pounds ground beef. I browned the beef and then drained it, and then ran it under water to try and remove as much extra fat as possible. I changed the mix-ins a tad by using 4 tbsp (for a doubled recipe) ketchup, the amount listed for ketchup as barbeque sauce, and leaving out the mustard and relish. I used low fat bisquick and skim milk. I used the amount of cheese suggested with the meat, but cut the amount of top by more then half. We didn't think they lost anything with less cheese on top. Everyone loved these and I think they will make great lunchbox additions (especially since my son has tried them cold and thought they were still good!).
These are great, and so easy. I didn't read the recipe correctly, so I mixed the raw hamburg with the other ingredients. After kicking myself repeatedly, I tossed it in the skillet and cooked it, then filled the shells. It still worked! By the way, instead of rolling out the dough, I divided it into 12 pieces and patted each out by hand. I don't know if it was better or not, but sometimes, when you roll and cut and reroll dough, it gets kinda tough, so I wanted to avoid that.
Loved loved loved this recipe! Can't wait until I have to take something somewhere. My family back home in Indiana is going to LOVE them!
My family loves these, only I butter slices of bread with the crust removed, place butter side of bread down in muffin tin cups and press down and up the sides of the tin, add meat mixture and bake...