Posted: 9/15/2011 2:55:04 PM
Decided to test on my kids. Made half the recipe with ham and cheese and half with cookie dough. Beleive it or not, the ham cheese were a big hit, but cookie dough versions ended up getting tossed.
Posted: 9/15/2011 9:46:59 AM
I can't believe that people are blaming a cookie for the country's obesity problem! Workout, eat healthy most of the time and enjoy dessert! I have not tried this because I don't care for pie crust. I was thinking of trying puff pastry instead.
Posted: 9/14/2011 9:06:29 PM
These look great! I'm going to try them out, make a bunch and to take work!! I'll make sure to post the calorie count next to my serving dish, but I'm sure the dish will get emptied! Thanks Pillsbury!!
Posted: 9/14/2011 8:46:26 PM
These look great! I'm going to try them out, make a bunch and take to work!! I'll make sure to post the calorie count next to my serving dish, but I'm sure the dish will get emptied!
Posted: 9/14/2011 2:03:01 PM
I agree....if you are concerned with calories and obviously can't eat in moderation....why are you even looking at this recipe? It's not like the picture is screaming "healty!" it's a chocolate chip cookie wrapped in a pie crust! What did you expect? Get over yourselves! Eat the cookie and enjoy life for one minute.
Posted: 9/13/2011 10:36:57 PM
I like to bake unusual things, so I tried this tonight with
a ladies' group. The group liked the "pies", but I thought
they were dry - just too much pie crust. I actually served them with Cool Whip - a last-minute idea, but they would be really good with ice cream. If I make something like this again, I would like to
try a meat filling.
Posted: 9/13/2011 6:00:19 PM
This was fun to make and was tasty...not a treat id make every day but great for a special holiday! To those who are whining about the calorie count, dont make them but save your breath we can read the calorie count ourselves and this is to rate the recipe NOT give your opinion on why desserts have to be so fattening. Moderation is key. Eat one cookie..theres nothing written that says you have to eat 8..THATS the reason for obesity..not Pillsbury.
Posted: 9/13/2011 5:45:29 PM
YUM!!!!! EVEN BETTER FRIED!! We LOVED these! : P
Posted: 9/13/2011 5:29:20 PM
*I* thought these looked like the best thing since sliced bread -until I saw the calorie count - HOWEVER, the others are right in saying it's not going to kill you - everything in moderation is the hint here. I plan to try the recipe tonight; my oven is heating up as I write. The guys @ work will let me know how they come out, which I think will be fabulous. Maybe you could even try to come up w/a lower calorie version and put it here for all to share...
Posted: 9/13/2011 5:00:50 PM
Eating one of these will not kill you. Pillsbury isn't saying to eat these all the time. Moderation! All of you with your calorie conscious comments are contributing to anorexia nervosa problem in America. Labeling food as "bad" really does create a trigger for eating disorders. My grandmother was just like you and both my mother and I suffered with eating disorders. We never could eat tiny enough or "calorie conscious" enough to please her. This is a fun and easy recipe to make as a treat.