By flower7 on November 07, 2005
Photo by loof
Photo by loof
"This is a no-brainer recipe but (in my opinion) delicious! A definite kid pleaser (or for the kid at heart). Use any kind of jelly or jam you like - raspberry is good, grape, blueberry, etc."
Serving Size: 1 (648 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"I had some issues with my biscuits but I don't think that was the fault of the recipe. I will try again with another brand. These went directly to the freezer for lunchbox's and they worked out great. I just threw it in the lunchbox in the a.m. and by lunchtime they were thawed and ready to eat. I will definitely play with these in the future."
"Delicious! I only had a small can of buttermilk biscuits so I decided to make a mini version of this recipe and followed the directions exactly. I also sprinkled the tops with a little bit of sugar before baking. My husband loves PB&J and he went crazy over these bite size pockets. It's just the two of us and there was no leftovers! What a great change from boring sandwiches. Thank you for sharing this great recipe! "
"Great quick breakfast or snack! I used strawberry jam and it was terrific. I used a fork to crimp the edges, flipped them over, and crimped again and none of them popped open. I sprinkled a little cinnamon/sugar on top before baking and enjoyed these for breakfast - thanks for sharing the recipe!"
"My 4 year old loved these! We made them with just peanut butter since she isn't big on jelly. I did offer honey as a dipping sauce, which she really liked! Some of these popped open when cooking, but it wasn't that big of a deal."
"I'm sorry, but I had major problems with these. Every single one exploded open. The resulting goo on the pan is what made the bottoms of the biscuits take longer to cook, so when the tops were done, the bottoms were still slightly raw. I am still giving this 3 stars, though, because the kids loved them. Thank you for posting, a great experiment. :)"
"My kids loved these! It was a fun way to contain the mess of a pb&j and it was fun too. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for Fall PAC 2008."
"I liked them; but my children didn't care for them, which is unfortunate since they were so simple to make."
"These were good, though surprisingly, the kids didn't like them and the adults did! I made some with jelly and some with marshmallow cream - the latter was especially good - and noticed that bites that only had peanut butter and biscuit in them almost tasted like peanut butter cookies!"
"Made it with bread dough for a lower-fat treat. Also good with cream cheese instead of PB (yes, with the jam)!"
"These got a standing ovation in my house!LOL! What a cute idea! The 4 year old asked if they were Samosas for little boys - I was so proud! I also filled a couple with cheese and they were good too! I sealed the edges with milk and pressed real hard with a fork.... some stayed closed and some puffed up too much and opened. BTW: The cheese ones all stayed close! Thanks for a great idea and tasty no fuss lunch!"
"These were very good. Just like a warm, toasted peanut butter and jelly sandwich."