Posted: 8/4/2012 11:11:26 PM
I couldnt really taste cream cheese filling, may add a bit more. made them to take to work, shared with everyone they loved them. would make again. Think it would be good with other fillings to, peach apple.
Posted: 7/7/2012 5:50:02 PM
I agree with the others about the biscuit crust being too much for this dessert. I think it would do better with another crust. I could not really taste the cream cheese filling in it and I only made 12 and used all the filling. The blueberry topping was great.I sprinkled the biscuit cups with powered sugar and cinnamon before filling them with the cream cheese mixture to give them a little sweetness. I probably wont make these again.......not my favorite.
Posted: 7/5/2012 11:08:07 AM
Loved these little pies! We were on a camping trip so I altered it a little and was still good! I really found all the other reviews helpful and interesting! I used 2 cans crescent dough sheets (much liter and better flavor) cut into eight portions so the crust was more thin,crisp. and flaky, doubled the cream cheese, left sugar and eggs the same, and used canned blueberry pie filling. Made 16 servings. Loved them!
Posted: 7/4/2012 12:05:48 PM
i tweaked by using canned cherry pie filling and no streusel...great and easy recipe!
Posted: 7/3/2012 11:26:52 AM
I was really surprised to see such awful reviews for these. There are definitely a few things worth changing, but if made to the recipe, they are pretty good. I do agree that the crust could be sweeter, but it didn't seem too thick to me. I rolled the biscuit halves out super flat and bunched up the crust around the top of the muffin tins (like a pie crust) which really helped as far as the filling overflowing onto the pan. I also dusted the crusts lightly with sugar to add a little more sweetness. I think that making more cream cheese filling and less blueberry filling would also make them yu
Posted: 7/3/2012 10:28:54 AM
Too bad these were a big disappointment =( They look so good in the pic & sounded really good but I was not pleased w/ them neither was my 5 yr old. I think the blueberries overwhelmed the cream cheese that you couldnt even taste it. The top of my biscuits got done almost too done but the bottom was soft I could hardly get them out of the pan w/out falling apart. They are not worth all the time & effort it takes to make them.
Posted: 6/30/2012 5:42:06 PM
Just made these today - the filling was not what I expected, I couldn't taste the cream cheese and the blueberries spilled all over my standard muffins pans. The biscuits were also hard to deal with as others have said. Won't be making them again.
Posted: 6/26/2012 9:19:28 AM
I did not like the biscuit it was to thick. I will try again but I will dust the biscuit rounds with sugar and pre bake about five minutes to make the dough less bready. It turned out very pretty. Love the filling.
Posted: 5/9/2012 12:32:54 PM
Haven't made as yet, but want to. Some of the reviews are off-putting. Has anyone tried to make these as bars in a large pan using the rolls as a crust on the bottom? If so, how did they turn out? What was the cooking time?
Posted: 5/4/2012 1:53:39 PM
I was very surprised to see good reviews on these. I thought they were absolutely disgusting. The biscuit was way too thick, some of them I even split into thirds and that was still all you could taste. They also weren't sweet at all. If you do decide to make these, add a ton of sugar to the blueberries. I made them for a party and threw them away because I was too embarrassed to put them out! My husband also thought they were revolting. I followed the recipe to a tee so I'm not sure where I could've gone wrong!