Here is another super easy recipe that can be an addition to any meal, for breakfast or for an appetizer. Scroll to the bottom for variations on this recipe.
1 Container of Pillsbury Grands Flaky Layers Biscuits
12 ounces of your favorite cheese, cubed
1 Tbls Olive Oil
1/4 cup Grated Parmesan Cheese
1 tsp. Italian Seasoning
Slightly flatten the biscuits and add 2-3 chunks of diced cheese inside and seal them well. Place seam side down on a cookie sheet. Brush the top with melted butter or olive oil. Sprinkle on the parmesean cheese and Italian seasoning.
Bake at 350 15-20 minutes until golden brown and firm to the touch.
Pepper Jack Cheese – replace the parm cheese with cheddar (or another yellow cheese) and replace the Italian Seasoning with Taco Seasoning
Bleu Cheese – omit the parm, substitute melted butter for olive oil, and sprinkle ranch dressing mix instead of Italian seasoning
Longhorn – substitute cheddar for parm, melted butter for olive oil, and sprinkle chili seasoning mix instead of Italian Seasoning
We all remember sitting around campfires in Girl Scouts, and our first taste of that delectable little confection that forever changed our palettes. Today we buy Pop-Tarts, breakfast cereals and cookies from the store to relive that first dose of gooey addiction we experienced at tweens, or maybe even earlier. This recipe so very easily brings back that first experience of our very first bite of chocolate and marshmallow heaven.
I found this recipe on Bakeaholic Mama’s Blog, and I simply can NOT make it again unless I’m taking it to an event OUTSIDE of my home. Hubz and I just can’t leave it alone. The name “Crack” dip is altogether true. You can’t leave the stuff alone, and have to fight further temptation to NOT lick the bowl. Just a hint: If you are taking this to a pot-luck, party, or other event, double the recipe. You will bring home an empty container, and lots of requests for the recipe.
S’more Crack Dip
1 cup of milk chocolate chips
2 tbsp of milk
11/4 cups mini marshmallows
Graham crackers for dipping
In a medium sauce pan add chocolate chips, milk and 1 cup of your mallows. Mix continuously over medium heat until melted and smooth. Using a rubber spatula, scrape chocolate mixture into a small casserole dish. Top with remaining mallows.
Place dish under you oven broiler for approximately 60 seconds or until the top has started to brown.