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  • Mystery Rolls from 1977 and Beyond

    these sound yummy!.............................



    Mystery Rolls from 1977 and Beyond

    2 sticks butter
    4 to 6 ounces crumbled blue cheese
    2 cans flaky biscuits
    Combine butter and cheese on baking pan. Place into 350 oven for a couple of minutes, or until butter is melted. Remove

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    Re: Mystery Rolls from 1977 and Beyond

    Do you pour over biscuits or put them on top of melted butter/cheese? sorry but I dont get it

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    • #3
      Re: Mystery Rolls from 1977 and Beyond

      I Wonder If They're Like The Cheesy Pull Apart Bread Here, Cut The Biscuits In Fourths, Melt Butter, Put At Bottom Of Pan, Put Biscuits In, Then Cheese On Top. Except When I Do It. I Melt The Butter, Put Garlic And Jalapenos And Cheese All Together And Mix In With The Biscuit Peices Then Bake.


      I'd Be Tempted To Do The Same Thing With This. I May Try It. I Love Bleu Cheese.

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      • #4
        TY

        Sounds good nu!!!!! I havent like bleu cheese for years n years now that I quit smoking it is all of a sudden good again so might have to try this sometime too and Aldi sells yummy b.cheese!

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        • #5
          Re: Mystery Rolls from 1977 and Beyond

          I'm sorry.... I cut & pasted the recipe and didn't pay any attention. You combine the cheese and the butter and spread it on a jellyroll pand and place it in the over just until melted. Then you qtr the biscuits and toss them in the butter/cheese mixture. The bake the little devils. I saw this on the Pioneer Womens www .... check it out, they have some yummy sounding recipes

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          • #6
            Re: Mystery Rolls from 1977 and Beyond

            I made these last night.... very good! I halved the recipe. Served with a salad and you have a nice "somewhat" light meal Qulaity is in the ingredients, so use a nice creamy cheese.

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