Posted: 10/14/2012 7:10:32 PM
This is a wonderful recipe. However I would dice the apple and probably saute it a bit before adding it to the dough and cheese. There is a lot that can be done with this.
Posted: 10/14/2012 1:01:20 PM
Terrible disappointment. I had high hopes for this recipe but it was a complete waste of ingredients. Bland. Overbaked biscuit dough, underbaked ricotta.
Posted: 10/15/2011 8:20:28 PM
YUM! I made these today and they are so good. I think one could split the cheese mixture in half! I also used walnuts and was pleased! Very tasty and perfect for a brunch or even a light dessert! Very pretty too!!
Posted: 5/16/2011 1:15:42 PM
They were very good for breakfast. I ate on them for a few days and will make them again! Next time I'll cut each round of dough down the middle since I don't have a jumbo cupcake pan. That way I can get more apples and custard filling in there!
Posted: 2/9/2011 7:24:07 AM
I just made this last night and we had it for breakfast this morning. They were very yummy, but I think i'll make them again with walnuts or pecans. The almonds are kind of ruining it for me even though I do really like almonds. My 3 year old daughter loves this recipe!
Posted: 12/8/2007 2:49:02 PM
Oh my goodness...these are delicious. I've made them twice. I did pull the biscuits apart and put the 16 halves into regular size muffin tins. I used two small apples. The second time I used pecans, which added a nice contrast to the apple/cheese taste. I baked them for 15-20 minutes making sure that the biscuit was a delicately like golden brown, otherwise the top edges get hard. I've made them ahead and served them gently warmed the next day...ENJOY!