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Old 08-23-2012, 03:49 AM   #4731
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Do they have many ingredients MM?
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Old 08-23-2012, 07:29 AM   #4732
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Those look fantastic. What did you serve them with?
Thank you chopper. I served them with homemade lentil soup (I serve it over brown rice).
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Old 08-23-2012, 07:34 AM   #4733
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Do they have many ingredients MM?
Bisquick baking mix, butter (for biscuits and topping), cheddar cheese, milk, salt, garlic powder and dry parsley. Those are the ingredients in the (knock off copy cat recipe). These were my first try at these so I followed the recipe I found online. I will be playing with it and try to convert it to fresh ingredients.

I am going to try using my homemade garlic butter next time. (My garlic butter recipe is posted here already)
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Thank you chopper. I served them with homemade lentil soup (I serve it over brown rice).
Yum!
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Old 08-23-2012, 12:50 PM   #4735
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Its cool enough finally to think about using my oven. I'm not sure whether to make creme caramel, pie (blueberry or rhubarb) or a cake. Bugs is going to be making cookies tomorrow so I'll do something different today.
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OK, tried a new recipe. Its called Country style spice cake and sauce. It sure smells good!
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OK, tried a new recipe. Its called Country style spice cake and sauce. It sure smells good!
You didn't make blueberry pie?? I was going to say to make blueberry pie!!! I bet the cake was good. But...blueberry pie!? Maybe it's me who needs to make blueberry pie! :D
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I just wasn't in a blueberry mood. Now, I just have to make room for some dessert.
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Bisquick baking mix, butter (for biscuits and topping), cheddar cheese, milk, salt, garlic powder and dry parsley. Those are the ingredients in the (knock off copy cat recipe). These were my first try at these so I followed the recipe I found online. I will be playing with it and try to convert it to fresh ingredients.

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Shrek baked biscuits, all by himself. I didn't even know he was doing it!
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