|I just love it when stuff sells!|
|Yes, I am using my fancy Country Crock Ware to mix in.|
|Hmm, French's has new packaging this year. I am not sure whether I am a fan.|
|Newly cleaned oven. :)|
|Brown and crispy.|
|Just two ingredients, cinnamon and applesauce.|
|I'm not a fan of ick on my hands, so I donned some gloves.|
|And dug right in.|
|Lovely, isn't it?|
|Oops, end of the line.|
|Luckily, I found another package.|
|I used a straw to make a hole to be able to hang them.|
|Ready to go in the oven.|
|I decided to use just the Christmas tree cookie |
cutter. It had seemed like one of the sturdier shapes.
|Nine little non-curling trees.|
|All ribboned up.|
|Independence Ironstone Platter|
|Ignore the little piece of blue tape; it just |
says the Time Cook feature doesn't work.
|I sprayed my pan with Pam. I always |
do this over the sink to try to avoid
getting it all over the place.
|I mixed the olive oil and the dry ingredients in a mixing bowl.|
|I cut the pepperoni in smaller pieces. I used grated |
mozzarella, because that's what I had on hand. It probably
would have been easier to assemble with bigger pieces of cheese.
|I flattened each biscuit a bit, then put |
some cheese and pepperoni on it.
|I pulled up the sides of the biscuit to |
close it, then shaped it into a ball.
|The balls then went into the mixing bowl to be |
coated with the olive oil and spice mixture.
|After each ball is coated, place it in the bundt pan.|
|After all the balls were in the pan, I took another |
dozen pepperoni and cut them in tiny pieces and sprinkled them on top.
|In the oven. It took about 35 minutes.|
|Turned over, ready to eat. It slid right out without sticking at all.|
|Lookin' Good Pizza Bubble!|
|Ragu Pizza Sauce for dipping.|
|My plate, ready to eat.|
|Leftovers. My family of three adults ate about 3/4 of it, so there is a |
serving left. Hmmm, that might make a good midnight snack...