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    Default Canned biscuits?

    O.K...so I've put off going back on the diet until Tuesday. I've got 2 cans of biscuits in the fridge, and really wanting something to snack on. Thought I had a can of crescent rolls, and wanted to make the apple dumplings, but no, only biscuits. Any s***estions?

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    You can roll the biscuits a little flat & put some cheese & meat in them & bake them up.

    or cover roll them in cinnamon & sugar & bake in a cupcake paper...

    Make a fruit compote & top w/ the biscuits & butter.

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    :P hey Luvs!

    stretch them out.. poke hole.. and fry in oil top w/ powered sugar and honey!

    muffan pan.. place a biscuit.. top with cheese, sauce,green onions, bacon, whatever you got on hand.. they will puff up and make mini pizza bites!


    stetch them out... flat like a pancake. rub with EVOO, sprinkle parmsean and some itailan spices.. bake..
    herbed flat breads YUMMM
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    Garlic Monkey Bread


    Garlic Monkey Bread

    Garlic Monkey Bread Like Monkey Bread, only for dinner. Serves this will your regular spaghetti and meatballs.

    1 lb frozen bread dough, thawed
    3/4 cup margarine or butter melted
    1 large egg, beaten
    1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
    1 tsp garlic powder
    1 tsp salt
    1 tsp dried parsley

    DIRECTIONS: 1. Preheat oven to 350. Lightly grease a Bundt cake pan. 2. Pull off pieces of thawed bread dough and form into balls. 3. Combine margarine and egg in a small mixing bowl. Mix in cheese, garlic powder, salt and parsley. 4. Dip dough balls into mixture and layer in the prepared pan. Cover and let rise until doubled in volume, about 45 minutes. 5. Bake in preheated oven until golden brown, about 35 minutes.
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    Thanks girls, just found the biscuit thread here, too.

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    Ahhhh....Monkey Bread!

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    Does anyone know how to cook canned biscuits in a skillet? I had an electric skillet years ago that had a recipe with it, & they were so good. No longer have the skillet, but would like to try in a regular skillet. Anyone know how?

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    Flatten out one biscuit and put chocolate chips and nuts on it then cover with a second biscuit - seal well. I guess you could just fold one over on itself - yummy anyway

    Bake until browned

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    LOL..Engel, I was wondering why I was posting on canned biscuits??? Thinking I must have had a brain freeze this morning, til I saw it was an old post.

    Not familiar with cooking them in a skillet. But I just happen to have some biscuits in the fridge I need to use soon.

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    make the Cheesy Garlic Bread that's in the Hall of Fame. Add some Jalapeno's.

    or like rube says, flatten them out. add your favorite fruit and fry/bake and have a fried pie.
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