Monday, February 23, 2009

What to do with 13 packages of Biscuits?

During my shopping trip to take advantage of Albertson's most excellent deals (including rolling the $10 catalina over and over:) I realized that I could do an extra transaction and get 10 packages of Pillsbury Grand's for $0.25 with the coupons I found at the store. Although we're pretty much wheat flour only, it was too good of a deal to pass up. I had gotten 4 packages for free with a previous 14 total! We ate one for a snack/dinner yesterday, but that leaves us with 13!

If anyone local would like some or knows of anyone who could use some, let me know! Or if you have any recipe ideas with these, please share! I'll be googling for recipes later today.


Jill's Quirks said...

Yummy Strawberry Shortcakes
Roll the biscuits in cinnamon/sugar mixture. Bake according to directions. After they have cooled, cut in half and add sliced strawberries or other berries in between and serve with a dab of whip cream/cool whip on top.

Rachael said...

Oh that sounds so good Jill! I might have to use a different type of fruit, but I'll definitely try this!

I also found a recipe for not so healthy, but yummy Monkey Bread!

The Wakefields said...

I just came across your blog and I am intrigued. A few reasons. My name is Rachel. I'm in the pacific NW. I am just starting to try to be 'frugal'. I'm excited to watch and learn from you. Plus, we'll have the same stores to share. Thanks!

Rachel said...

Hi! I think I found your blog a while back through Money Saving Mom/Biblical Womanhood so I'll finally delurk. Thanks for alerting us to this deal. Alb. is not handy to us so I don't go often. I ended up with lots of biscuits, too. Some I will use to make egg cups that we like. Press biscuit into a muffin cup, add an egg (or scramble several and pour into many biscuit cups), then top with veggies, bacon or sausage and cheese. Bake until eggs are done and dough is golden..maybe 15 minutes.

Kendra said...

flatten them and add seasoned ground beef, onions, peas, carrots and fold them to make the edges come together and you can dip them in gravy. they are called pasties.
or you can make sloppy joes and flatten them apply, fold and bake.
you can also use taco seasoned ground beef, flatten apply mixture fold crimp and bake.. you can dip those in salsa, sour cream. etc..
you can also fill them with pie filling, fried apples, etc..
you can take a cupcake tin and put them in the cupcake mold, spread them up the sides. blind bake 5 mins and then add stuff for pizza, sloppy joes, chicken alfredo, etc.. the possibilities are endless..