Cranberry Brie Bites

The easiest fall appetizer!!!!

 

Ingredients:

2 cans of pillsbury rolls ( I used three)

One can of whole berry cranberry sauce

One wheel of brie cheese

I used both kind of muffin tins for this project, Mini and Normal sized. For normal sized I lined the tin with the roll, and placed a chunk of brie and a scoop of cranberry. For the mini pan I folded over the edges of the pillsbury roll to almost make a muffin like substance with a goey inside, Both were delicious and I brought them to mini Christmas party with my college friends.

Bake at 350 for 10 mins, Gorgeous little snack you have.

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Lime Cookie Critique

I was a little bit weary of this one but I thought it would be easy and fun to do with the girls. They mix was simple, some butter, and an egg. Easy to bake and the cookies cracked beautifully when they were cooked. I bought the frosting from the store too, and just threw that on there. and Omigosh!

 

They were so Tasty  I couldn’t believe it!!! Key Lime cookies who would of thought. I brought them to Memorial Day Party and so many people were saying how GOOD they tasted and I was like… they came out of box, I felt embarrassed. So easy to make- and so tasty, I definitely recommend!!!

 

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Pumpkin Blankets

So If you remember , I made these before, and they were BOMB.

Apples in a Blanket

So simple so Easy, But as I said I wanted to try pumpkin.. so I saw something on pinterest that wasn’t an actual recipe that said mix pumpkin and cream cheese.

So I grabbed my four year old cousin and we began baking. I mixed One can of pumpkin, and 3/4 bar of cream cheese. I also had two cans of pillsbury rolls.

Right off the bat I could tell it was too much filling. Just like the apple ones, so you could really double the tubes of  crescent rolls and buy 4.

It also…didn’t taste good. So I had some brown sugar, some white sugar, some cinnamon, some nutmeg.. was not improving, then  I added more brown sugar. I realized, it was as good as it was going to get, began putting a spoonful on each roll, rolled them, then handed them to my cousin who rolled them in cinnamon and sugar. She was making them quick “for all her customers.”

I baked them and when they came out they looked tasty. Now, they were alright. And there were none left over after the party, but they just weren’t GREAT. Like the apples. I decided that next time skip the cream cheese. It would taste much better. My aunt said she would like them for breakfast. They were tasty but not pumpkiny tasty. So although they passed family inspection ( I was even asked for the recipe) By my standards it was a …

FAIL.