Posted: 10/7/2011 3:15:56 PM
Yuk! Why in the world would you think this was a good recipe?
Too much fat...too much dough. Pillsbury- I am disappointed in you!
Posted: 10/7/2011 2:43:29 PM
Eeuwwwww!!! No thanks
Posted: 10/7/2011 2:42:39 PM
you can just use extra crust to roll out and make more with all the extra cookies left over...and as for calories, its a treat, not something to eat everyday
Posted: 10/7/2011 2:34:15 PM
Wow, my first thought was: This is like wrapping a quarter pounder with cheese around a big mac! It is unnecessary to have a cookie that is 740 calories. It is so irresponsible.
Posted: 9/20/2011 10:17:14 AM
I'm with GumboGal on this one really? They look tasty but based on that and the waste stated by freebyrd why would you post this recipe? Not socially responsible on this one. I give it 0 stars and recommend you go back to the drawing board for a healthy, more economical alternative.
Posted: 9/17/2011 12:26:42 AM
Not very economical unless you don't mind spending about $1.50 per cookie that you need to make yourself. $18 per dozen! Since the recipe only makes 5 cookies, you are left with 7 leftover cookies. Using the biscuit cutter for the pie rounds, you end up with so much scrap dough it is enough to equal another crust! Interesting concept, but not thought out before writing a recipe. Very disappointed with Pillsbury for even printing it, and if it was made in their test kitchen that is even worse! Not for you if you are fairly thrifty.
Posted: 9/14/2011 8:45:56 AM
1 Serving Calories 740(Calories from Fat 350),Total Fat 38g(Saturated Fat 15g,Trans Fat 3 1/2g),Cholesterol 10mg;Sodium 780mg;Total Carbohydrate 92g(Dietary Fiber 0g,Sugars 37g),Protein 7g WHY????? Pillsbury can do better than this.