What can I make with leftover biscuits?
By Cgkoceja from Virginia Beach, VA
Even people who don't like bread pudding, like this.
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Grease a loaf pan. Put bread in pan, stir in raisins, and sprinkle nuts on top. Stir eggs into Eagle Brand, add remaining ingredients and pour over bread, pushing bread under the liquid. When finished, try to be sure no raisins show on top, as browned raisins aren't as good as those that aren't browned.
Place 2 C. water in a 9 X 13" pan. Set the loaf pan in the water and bake 45 min.
While bread pudding is still hot, drizzle on icing made with a little powdered sugar, 1/8 teaspoon vanilla, and enough milk to make a drizzle consistency. (04/20/2009)
Pour sausage gravy over warmed up biscuits. They also taste fresh after putting on a saucer and covering with a damp paper towel and put in the microwave for about 10-15 seconds.
You can run the biscuits under warm water for a split second and put them in the oven and they are just as good as when they were first made. (If they are homemade biscuits.) (04/22/2009)
They make great additions to turkey stuffing. I always put different kinds of bread in mine, and with the apple and sausage I put in, biscuits make a nice addition. (04/22/2009)
Split biscuits open, spread with butter on both halves and heat butter-side down in a skillet (in which you have cooked bacon and drained the drippings). The biscuits will pick up the bacon flavor and serve as a wonderful base for scrambled eggs. (05/02/2009)
I break one up for tossing in a bowl of soup. (05/04/2009)
I like to use left over biscuits to make strawberry shortcake. Clean and mash strawberries and add sugar, then place over biscuits and add Cool Whip or ice cream on top. One of our favorite desserts. (06/08/2009)
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