Posted: 4/16/2013 12:37:30 PM
Overall a pretty good recipe. However, as others have said the string cheese does not melt. I would try again using regular mozzarella cheese.
Posted: 3/12/2013 10:25:51 AM
I added 1/4 more of everything since there is so much sauce left for pouring over the baked loaves. Then I left the 2 inner muffin cups empty (added water in them during baking) used the extra meat mixture to make 6 meat loaves and froze them for later. We also need Home Economics back in our schools!
Posted: 3/11/2013 4:11:45 PM
My family did not like this recipe, I will try it again using my recipe with the cheese and cooking in muffin tins.
Posted: 3/1/2013 9:57:32 AM
great!! nice change from regular meatloaf cuts! will def make for my family of 8 again!!
Posted: 2/26/2013 1:09:26 PM
I made these for dinner last night....They are YUMMY!!!! I skipped the string cheese, it just didn't sound good to me, but other than that I followed the recipe exactly. I had enough for dinner last night and tonight! Bonus!
Posted: 2/24/2013 5:22:40 PM
Well, after reading everyone's replies as well as dcsharon, it seems the only reason she got that reply was cuz she was a little huffy towards Pillsbury. If she hadn't, I am pretty sure she wouldn't have gotten that reply...But just like everything else, it's just an opinion.
I hope the tips she got anyways were helpful. :-)
Posted: 2/23/2013 9:09:34 AM
Dcsharon, you can do exactly what your standment says about freezing. Most leftovers can be frozen, just don't thaw and refreeze. You can also use vacuum sealers these allow you to keep them frozen longer. Plastic storage containers are also good for freezing. Always remember to date your items and use within a few weeks. Going on the net and typing in freezing leftovers and you can study the sites that come up. I hope this was helpful for you.
Posted: 2/20/2013 7:05:43 PM
well the kids and husband liked it, kind of like cheese stuffed meatballs
Posted: 2/20/2013 1:33:35 PM
What is wrong with you people everyone has to start somewhere to become an experienced cook. There are people that has never frozen or home canned foods therefore they have to ask questions to learn how to do certain things it isn't always common sense. You should never make fun of someone asking questions it may be silly to you but not to them.
Posted: 2/20/2013 8:56:20 AM
Wasaday is absolutey right! Instead of mocking you should be trying to help. It would be nice if more people could be part of the solution instead of contributing to the problem.
DCSHARON - The Prepared Pantry has a section on freezing leftovers that is very helpful. You can find it at http://www.preparedpantry.com/freeze-leftover-recipes.aspx. Hope this helps to answer your questions.