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Tuesday, September 16, 2008

BBQ Cupcakes

This was posted by Ann...Just so you know!


1 lb ground beef, cooked
1 cup bbq sauce or sloppy joe sauce, whichever you prefer
1 can of LAYERED refrigerated biscuits (not the little tiny packages, the bigger one. I use
About 1-2 cups of shredded cheddar cheese

Cook beef, drain, mix with bbq sauce. Set aside.

Carefully pull apart layers of biscuits, so that each biscuit is now in two pieces, like this:


Roll out layers with a rolling pin, until they make a 10-12" circle.

Spray the insides of a muffin pan. Insert one flattened biscuit into each cup, like this:


In each little pastry shell, spoon in about 1 tbsp of beef mixture. It will look this:


Afterwards, sprinkle cheese on top, because if a recipe doesn't say "sprinkle cheese on top", then you should run the other way:


Bake in a 350 oven for 8-12 minutes, take it out, and then you just tell me this isn't the cutest little thing you've ever seen:


I got this from Rocks in My Dryer, and it looked easy and awesome, so I copied it here.


Carlee Hoopes said...

I made these tonight and they were yummy! In fact, Kory said they'd even be good with chili inside, like mini navajo tacos. Then you could dress them with lettuce and sour cream. I might just do that next time! :)

PokeyAnn said...

Excellent idea..Navajo Tacos. I made them tonight and am very pleased. So good!