Posted: 12/24/2012 7:08:34 PM
Sounds selfish....but I have a low fat diet. The nutritional information is a joke!
Posted: 12/19/2012 1:16:38 PM
I have a LARGE family and do not want to waste time on many smaller portions. So as I have done in the past with Monkey bread type recipes. I took 3 cans of bisquits, cut each into 4 pieces and followed the recipe. I poured all the blueberries and bisquit pieces into a 9X13 cake pan and drizzled the syrup and pats of butter on that. Baked as usual, depending on oven may need a few more minutes. It was a HIT with my group!
Posted: 6/27/2012 4:06:23 PM
all a ramekin really is is a small casserole dish, anything similar in size could be used...i agree with KSGranny, a muffin tin would be too small and halving the amount in each serving would be very important...
Posted: 1/30/2012 11:21:25 PM
@Garmish: how many pieces did you put into each muffin cup? The Monkey Caramel Breads recipe calls for cutting each biscuit into 8 pieces, and only putting 4 into each cup. I've found with Grands that it's really important to let the heat get into the middle of them - putting a whole biscuit on top of a pot pie doesn't work, and putting a whole biscuit in a muffin cup, even if cut up, probably wouldn't work either.
Posted: 12/25/2011 9:58:19 AM
This recipe turned out aweful! I placed it in muffin pan since I did not own a ramekin pan...which other users have stated it would work fine...and everything overflowed and burnt on top but did not cook into the middle. I would suggest a different recipe.
Posted: 12/14/2011 9:16:22 AM
I just put this all together, and I suggest using a cup of sugar and 4 tablespoons of. Innamon if u want every peice coated. And I also put it in a pie dish bc I don't own tart cups. Br this is one amazing dish!