Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Pillsbury® Grands!® Mini Biscuits Review and Giveaway

In the past, whenever I would travel, I would look forward to stopping at a McDonalds and getting their breakfast egg, sausage and cheese biscuit. Yummy!!! But after 3 kids and all of the baby weight, I'm looking more closely at what I eat these days, and the biscuit sandwiches are off the list. So, when I was asked to review the Pillsbury Grands Mini Biscuits and supposed to come up with my own use for them-I knew it would be a breakfast sandwich! 

I love to make fresh rolls, but usually don't have the time. These are so convenient to make up last minute. And with only 70 calories in each biscuit I don't feel bad eating it in the morning with some egs and cheese and even a bit of turkey bacon! The biscuits are light and flaky and absolutely delicious!
What would you do with these flaky mini biscuits?
Win it! Winner will receive a Pillsbury® Grands!® Mini Biscuits prize pack which includes a VIP coupon good for a free package of biscuits, a $15 gift card, a biscuit basket, a butter dish and spreader.

To enter: submit your own recipe ideas, demonstrating how you would like to use Pillsbury® Grands!® Mini Biscuits.

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Please remember to leave an email address so I can contact you if you win. Leave a comment for each separate entry. This contest ends Dec. 2, 2010 at 10 PM. A winner will be chosen using Random.org and will be contacted via email. This giveaway is open to US residents.

Disclosure: I was provided with free product, information, and gift pack through Pillsbury and MyBlogSpark

123 comments:

  1. I like to make Turkey Biscuit Sliders since we have some leftover after Thanksgiving.
    roasted cooked turkey splash with rice vinegar combine with cheese and onion.
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  3. I would love to use these mini biscuits to make foie gras hor d'eouvres!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  5. I couldn't make up a recipe if my life depended on it. But put an existing recipe in front of me and I can cook or bake it.

    My favorite way to eat a Grands Biscuit:

    Bake as directed on package.
    While still hot, cut biscuit in half lengthwise.
    Spread butter on hot biscuit till melted.
    Add one spoonful of orange marmalade and spread across each half of biscuit.

    Delicious!
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  7. I like to eat me with spread of butter sugar and cinnamon top off with crushed nuts.
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  11. I am sorry i accidentally emailed you the recipe. This is where it should be i see.

    Breakfast Pizza
    Ingredients:

    Pillsbury® Grands!® Mini Biscuits.
    Sausage Gravy, home made or bought
    Shredded Chedder or Mozzerella Cheese
    Cooked Scrambled Eggs

    Take the biscuits and press them into a cake pan. You will want to layer these next ingredients on. Spread sausage gravy, cooked scrambled eggs and some cheese on top. Bake at 350 for 15 minutes or until the biscuits are starting to brown and cheese is melted. Cut into squares and serve.

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  12. It's not creative or anything...but I would make a breakfast sandwich with egg whites, turkey bacon, and a slice of american cheese. Yum!

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  13. Cut the biscuits in half and put blueberries and strawberries and a spoonful of heavy cream on top.

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  14. I like to bake them, cut them in half and eat them with butter and honey.

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  16. I would use them to make mini strawberry shortcakes.

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  19. I would make a chicken pot pie with the biscuits.

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  20. I would use the biscuits as a topping on my homemade shepherd's pie! tracietrump@yahoo.com

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  22. I would scramble egs and add ketchup and make a sandwich

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  23. I would use the biscuits as the base for a grilled cheese or the topping for a chicken pot pie.
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  24. I'd put sausage and gravy over them.

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  25. I like to use these as dumplings in my soup! so easy just cut and add to hot soup!

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  27. I would like to make mini Egg and Cheese Biscuits.
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  28. I like to use biscuits as a quick topping for chicken pot pies.

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  29. I would make mini pizzas

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  30. I would use the biscuits to make sliders.
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  31. i love making sausage egg and cheese breakfast sandwiches

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  32. homemade cinnamon rolls- ok somewhat-
    ham and cheese in a biscuit

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  33. These would be great with our leftover turkey gravy for biscuits and gravy!

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  34. I will use them to make turkey sandwiches. I dip the inside of each biscuit in the gravy then I pile on the turkey and put the top on--the men in my family love them.
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  35. Here's our recipe:

    Mini Biscuit Breakfast Sandwiches (makes two!)
    4 Pillsbury® Grands! mini frozen buttermilk biscuits (from 25.1 oz bag)
    1 egg
    1 TB milk
    1 TS butter
    2 slices bacon, crisply cooked, cut into halves
    1 slice Cheddar cheese, cut into quarters

    Heat oven to 350°F. Bake biscuits as directed on bag. Cool slightly, about 5 mintues.
    Meanwhile, beat egg and milk in small bowl with fork until well mixed. In 7 or 8-inch nonstick skillet, heat butter over medium heat until melted. Add egg mixture; cook, stirring occasionally, until eggs are desired doneness and still moist.
    Split biscuits horizontally. Layer cooked eggs, bacon and cheese on bottom halves of biscuits; top with biscuit tops.

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  39. We used leftover turkey and ham to make sliders after Thanksgiving.
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  40. I'm with you on the breakfast sandwich! I just can't resist them!
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  41. I would use them to make monkey bread,

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  42. Easy Breakfast Casserole
    1 bag Pillsbury® Grands!® Mini Biscuits
    2 boxes of precooked sausage links, sliced
    1 dozen eggs, scrambled
    1 bag sharp cheddar shredded cheese.

    In a baking pan, layer eggs, sausage, and cheese. Top with biscuits. Bake until golden.

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  43. I would make some ham with some warm honey with the biscuits.

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  46. I would use Pillsbury Grands Mini Biscuits to make Monkey Bread. They are the perfect size for it. Yum! Thank you for the lovely giveaway.
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  50. I would use these for mini BLT sandwiches.

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  51. I would use them to make mini sausage egg and cheese biscuits.
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  52. This little Grands are great for a little breakfast treat. I like them with a bit of butter, a small piece of cheese and real bacon bits, all heated just a few seconds to make them melt a bit.

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  54. I would like to use the biscuits for my bacon, egg and cheese breakfast sandwhiches.

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  55. Stuffed with Cheddar and pork sausage.

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  56. I would stuff them with scrambled eggs and bacon!

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  58. I like to make Country Ham Biscuits. Ummm Delicious.

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  59. I would make the biscuits and then add swiss cheese, hot, sliced roast beef and just a little horseradish.

    Thanks!

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  60. A little cheese, some turkey or ham (or both) and pop it in the oven for a few minutes - YUM!!

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    I LIKE TO EAT HOT BISQUITS WITH BUTTER AND JELLY OR BUTTER AND HONEY

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  63. I would love to make sausage gravy and biscuits with these biscuits! Thanks!

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  66. Our favorite way to eat Grands biscuits is to flatten the biscuits and add pizza sauce and our favorite toppings. Makes yummy mini pizzas that everyone loves.

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  68. I'm not that creative, but I made a ham, egg & cheese sandwich using an english muffin. It would be so much better with the Mini Grands! lisacarr7 ataol dot com

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  70. I use them to make buns for my mini sloppy joes.
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  71. I'm a purist.... I'd just cover them with my homemade blackberry jam!

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  72. i'm not a great cook, but i would use the biscuits on top of a chicken soup mix with less water to make a chicken pot pie
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  73. I would but some ham and cheese on it!
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  76. I would use them to top homemade chicken pot pie and for breakfast with chocolate gravy. YUM! trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

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  77. I love to cut them in half and fill them with egg, sausage, cheese and bacon

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  79. We like doing veggie breakfast sandwiches, with Morningstar sausage patties, eggs, and some sauteed mushrooms, onions, and zucchini--messy but TASTY! :D

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  80. Hmm...I'd use them as a mini sloppy joe or with chili. Thanks!
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  81. I grease a glass baking dish, pour 2 cans of blueberry pie filling in, rolls out the biscuits and lay them on top of the blueberry filling. Then sprinkled sugar over the biscuit crust, bake and serve.
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  82. I would use them to top a pot pie that I like to make.

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  84. I would use the mini-grand biscuits to make mini strawberry shortcakes for get togethers.

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  85. I'd top them with berries and whipped cream or chocolate syrup and whipped cream

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  88. Great giveaway! I'd make some individual Chicken Pot pie's! They'd be great for lunch or dinner!

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  90. Sausage, egg and cheese on the biscuits for breakfast.

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  91. I would eat them as is, but my daughter would put a sausage patty in it and then gravy on top - YUKK!

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  95. my recipe is to just add raspberry jelly and butter and enjoy!! :)

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  97. I would make hot dog gravy to serve over them :)

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    I'd like to use the biscuits with Hot ham and cheese, little sandwiches

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  101. I like to make fried donuts out of these. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  103. I'd make a breakfast sandwich with a sausage patty, egg & cheese. Thanks for the contest.

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  104. I like turning biscuits into miniature pizzas.

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  106. good old biscuits and honey
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  107. I would cook up some good beef hot dogs, then bake them up using two biscuits as buns (one for the top and one for the bottom)
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  110. I would serve these with eggs cooked with chives and bacon as mini breakfast sandwiches.

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  111. I like to melt butter, sugar and cinnamon and then dip the biscuits into. It gets all melty and yummy.

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