|Right out of the oven, and these are "home made" because you use real butter. It's a rule, trust me.|
I saw this a while ago, and you know it caught my attention right away. Why? It is made with pre made biscuit dough. I can work with that!
So to make these I sort of just winged it. Because when I bake I follow recipes to the letter, but when I cook I just sort of throw things together. I am gifted that way, or not. I hate cooking, so maybe that says something. Anyway, I figure since these are savoury they are cooking, don't argue with me, it won't help.
|This is all you need, please excuse the yucky cookies in the back ground.|
To start I turned the oven to 375, because that is what it was already at after baking some cookies. Then I got my kitchen scissors and washed them, they were clean, but I am paranoid you know. Then my favorite part, I took the tube of biscuits and popped that bad boy open. I still squeal a little when it pops, it scares me, even though I know it's going to happen.
Super amazing muffin tin garlic bread thingies
You will need :
1 tube biscuit dough
1/4-1/2 cup butter melted
3 TBSPs minced garlic
some sort of shredded cheese, as much as you want
|My goodness it looks so pale and blah.|
Then I cut each round into four and put it all in a bowl. I melted about half a cup of butter and mixed in about 3 TBSP's of chopped garlic. We buy the big bottles of it already chopped. Once when we bought it whole and I chopped it myself, I got a burn on my hand from it. I had pealed like 6 pounds of garlic. So this is just way cheaper and easier.
So I mixed the butter and garlic and some really finely shredded mozzarella, because that is what I had, and then poured it over the dough. Then I stuck my hands in, realized I had not taken a picture, washed my hands and took a picture, then tossed them all together to coat them.
|As you can see, it's mess with all that butter, but so worth it. Don't forget to put the muffin tin on top of a cookie sheet just in case it drips.|
I used a regular muffin pan and put 6-7 pieces in each cavity, I ended up with six muffins. I poured the extra butter and garlic on top because it seemed like a waste. Then I put a bit more cheese on top. And I then put the muffin tin on a cookie sheet, because knowing my luck and all that butter, it was going to get messy.
|Right out of the oven, I should have let them bake a few minutes longer the inside was done, but still a bit doughy.|
So I put them into the oven and they ended up needing about 15 minutes, to be brown and crispy on the outside. Then I pulled them out, took a picture and sat down to eat one. Um, it was amazing! So good in fact that I ate another, and that was my whole diner. Because I am not supposed to eat bread, it is so heavy. I then felt bad and put the rest away for Hubby. When I went to wash the trays, I found that the butter had leaked out of the muffin pan a lot, so I was really glad I had used the cookie sheet to catch it. Could you imagine cleaning that up? Neither could I, so it would have been bad.
|I love how you get to pull it apart, so good!|
Anyway, I so want to make these again when I have a nice diner, which won't be often because I don't do nice diners, Hubby does but not me. I make a mean cookie, but that cannot always be diner, right?