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This is a great recipe taste-wise. However, the biscuit dough and margarine are really unhealthy. You can substitute frozen bread dough (1 lb. loaf, defrosted - no need to let rise) if you don't want to make the dough from scratch, and real butter. I actually use a whole wheat dough recipe, organic sugar and a 50/50 mix of light (tasteless) olive oil/butter to bump it up a healthy notch. But if you don't care about hydrogenated fats this is a yummy recipe!

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MJaz June 24, 2009

These were so good. I used a 9x13 pan since my husband was taking them to work. Loved the sauce.

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Jazze22 October 12, 2003

This is a really good recipe. I've made it for special breakfast occasions for a number of years. It's best served warm and fresh. People can't get enough of it. A kitchen scissors works great for cutting your biscuits apart.

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Recipewrestler January 24, 2002

This was so easy and delicious Plus it looks phenomenal, like I spent hours in the kitchen :-) Thanks!

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GinGin :-) November 21, 2007

My family and I love this recipe! Quick and easy to make and it's gone as soon as you take it out of the oven! :) DELICIOUS!

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mysonshine April 13, 2002
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