Farmhouse Barbecue Muffins

Farmhouse Barbecue Muffins created by RecipeNut

Hey these are great got this one from a friend in Brunswick,GA. Kids had fun helping us out with this one. Enjoy!!!!!

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  • Flatten Biscuits into 5 inch circles.
  • Press each into bottom and sides of greased muffin pan.
  • Brown Beef and drain.
  • Mix other ingredients except cheese and stir.
  • Add to meat.
  • Pour into muffin pans.
  • Sprinkle with Cheese.
  • Bake at 375 degrees for 15-20 minutes or until golden brown.
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"Hey these are great got this one from a friend in Brunswick,GA. Kids had fun helping us out with this one. Enjoy!!!!!"
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  1. Bliss
    I had this in my stack of recipes and checked Zaar to see if it was here, and what the reviews said. Mine called for 3 tbs. of brown sugar, but other than that, it was the same. I thought this was OK, but I'm not sure how I'd like it without the brown sugar, so I won't rate it.
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  2. mamere94
    A friend sent me a similar recipe. She suggested using bottled BBQ or sloppy joe sauce, but I prefer freshly made. She recommended using Grand's Buttermilk biscuits, saying to peel them apart into 2 pieces, then flatten those out, and that's what I did. Those come in a pkg of 8, your recipe says 10, so maybe using smaller biscuits would have been a better idea. Personally, I thought it a lot of work for the end result. It was good, my teen son enjoyed it, but it's not something I'm excited to make again without some adjustments. I think I'd like to figure out how to roll them into the jumbo muffin size, then mix in some mixed veggies or something. I probably would need to double the sauce at that point, but it would be a little healthier and more robust with not quite so much biscuit. Some other filling suggestions instead of the ground beef: * Use spaghetti sauce instead of BBQ, then add some ricotta and top with mozzarella cheese. * Mix beef with cream of mushroom soup and mixed veggies. * Use pizza sauce and mozzarella instead of BBQ and cheddar. * Use taco meat and taco toppings, especially if using the cornbread biscuits.
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  3. mamere94
    A friend sent me a similar recipe. She suggested using bottled BBQ or sloppy joe sauce, but I prefer freshly made. She recommended using Grand's Buttermilk biscuits, saying to peel them apart into 2 pieces, then flatten those out, and that's what I did. Those come in a pkg of 8, your recipe says 10, so maybe using smaller biscuits would have been a better idea. Personally, I thought it a lot of work for the end result. It was good, my teen son enjoyed it, but it's not something I'm excited to make again without some adjustments. I think I'd like to figure out how to roll them into the jumbo muffin size, then mix in some mixed veggies or something. I probably would need to double the sauce at that point, but it would be a little healthier and more robust with not quite so much biscuit. Some other filling suggestions instead of the ground beef: * Use spaghetti sauce instead of BBQ, then add some ricotta and top with mozzarella cheese. * Mix beef with cream of mushroom soup and mixed veggies. * Use pizza sauce and mozzarella instead of BBQ and cheddar. * Use taco meat and taco toppings, especially if using the cornbread biscuits.
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  4. Munchkin Mama
    My husband loves these. There is a similar recipe from Taste of Home also calls for 3 T. brown sugar. I use the 10 oz. tube of buttermilk biscuits. Thanks for posting!!
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  5. doodlebug in San An
    My husband said "make this again" and my 15 yr. old son suggested trying other fillings like: ham and cheese or pepperoni and cheese, and them keep them in the freezer for quick snacks. Thanks for sharing.
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