Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Pillsbury Grands Mini Biscuit Topped Mini Chicken Pot Pies


Thanks to MyBlogSpark, I recently had the opportunity to try Pillsbury® Grands!® Frozen Mini Biscuits, the new, tiny freezer-to-oven biscuits from your grocer's freezer case.  Now I love my own homemade biscuits, and I'll be honest. I had never tried these.  Lawdy mercy, they are good!  Fantastic piping hot and straight out of the oven, I loved these. I mean look y'all, seriously.


They are the cutest, tiny little biscuits, about a Southern Belle three-biter, and fluffy on the inside but with that loveable crunch on the outside that we southern cooks are already endeared to, only with a smaller surface area.  Translate:  ♫More crunch y'all!♫


A perfect size for kids, there are countless ways to introduce these to meal time, from miniature ham sandwiches for the kids come lunchtime, to delicious sliders for football or evening entertaining to mini desserts. There are so many ways to make these biscuits and your family will love trying each one, and... with a little built-in portion control (that is if you can manage to resist them!) they can satisfy that biscuit craving at only 70 calories a piece, to help keep you on track with your calorie count.


Soooo, piping hot biscuits aside, I wanted to try and incorporate these mini treasures into a recipe, and remember that chicken stew that I made recently? This my friends, was where that stew was intended to land - topped off with some of these little, mini biscuits for a super easy biscuit topped chicken pot pie!  I love getting multiple meals out of one meal anyway, so how about that - a 3 in 1 meal? Even better.

First, I started with my Garlic Roasted Chicken for meal one. Got a big family? Roast two chickens at one time and once it's cooled down enough, pull the meat off and place it into freezer bags. Love that!  You'll easily have leftovers to make super quick weekday meals like I did with my Easy Chicken Stew for meal two. And last, the leftovers from that stew were turned into a casserole with this Biscuit Topped Chicken Pot Pie for meal three. Love that too!

Now this chicken pie makes a great casserole in a 9 x 9 baking dish, but I thought for those of you out there with little sous chefs running around, the idea of using little mini ramekins to make individual pies might be an appealing treat.  Kids love having their own little individual dishes, and these little mini biscuits made a perfect topper for that!

Let's make some!  The stew is a super simple dump and heat dish and very tasty, so even if you have to make it just for this chicken pie, no problem.  Spoon the hot stew into a buttered baking dish or individual ramekins. Sprinkle some cooked, crumbled bacon on top of that.


I did let the biscuits thaw slightly so that I could cut them into pieces. Cut biscuits into halves or quarters, depending on the size of your ramekins. The ones pictured are the 7 ounce size, so I used two biscuits halved for each ramekin. For a larger 10 ounce ramekin, you'll probably need three biscuits.  Add the biscuit pieces to the top of the ramekins and brush with melted butter. Bake at 350 degrees for about 20 minutes or until stew is bubbly and biscuits are golden brown and cooked through. How easy is that?


Be sure to let the ramekins cool down before letting little munchkins handle them!

Or ... go this route instead and simply transfer the hot stew into a buttered 9 x 9 inch casserole baking dish, and top it with whole biscuits instead. Bake. Easy.


Giveaway is CLOSED!!

Congratulations to Mari - you're the winner of the Pillsbury Mini Biscuit giveaway!! I've sent you an email, but you must respond to it within 48 hours or an alternate winner will be selected.  Congratulations and thanks for participating and for reading Deep South Dish!!

How about a chance to try some of this little mini bites of fluff yourself?  For free?

Pillsbury and MyBlogSpark are offering one of my readers a VIP coupon for 1 free bag of Pillsbury® Grands!® Frozen Mini Biscuits, PLUS this Biscuit Basket, PLUS a Butter Spreader, PLUS an acrylic Butter Dish, FREE!


But wait! That's not ALL!!! {hehe, gotta love those late night infomercials, but seriously...}


They are also gonna throw in a $15 GIFT CARD to go towards your expenses to come up with a recipe creation using these mini biscuits!! Get out!


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118 comments:

  1. I love Pillsbury Grand Biscuits and love..love..love..that they came out with these minis! I make a mean fried chicken and gravy, so what I think I'd do is fry up some chicken pieces that would fit on these mini's, stir up some creamy chicken gravy and make me some Fried Chicken and Gravy sliders.

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  2. I think I would work on beef stew with biscuits on top. Like a beef stew pot pie.

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  3. Oh how cute! I've not seen these in our stores yet, but would definitely get them for the upcoming holidays...I would fry up some country ham and server slivers of that in between each little pillowy biscuit.
    I really like your idea too of the chicken pot pies!!

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  4. What a great giveaway! I'm a huge fan of ALL Pillsbury products. I would definitely use these with Biscuits and Gravy- Yum!

    lisaberkery(at)gmail(dot)com

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  5. I make a mean browned sausage gravy that my pals all love served over biscuits. These would be perfect. I haven't noticed them in the stores around here in VA.

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  6. There's some great sounding recipe ideas here, but I'm going old school--butter and homemade jam with afternoon tea. There is nothing better than a good biscuit all drippy with melted butter.

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  7. Pillsbury Grand Biscuits is our favorite and the only ones my son eats. I love Chicken stew and would try your recipe with these.

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  8. I'd like to make them into mini strawberry shortcakes.

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  9. My kids love biscuits and gravy for dinner!Or bacon, egg and cheese biscuits...OOOO, open faced with scrambled eggs on top and smothered in cream gravy! Can you really go wrong?

    fatbottomgirl00(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  10. Very cute! We use the refrigerated biscuits to make donuts when we're camping. These mini biscuits are super cute.

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  11. Love Pillsbury biscuits; I hadn't seen the minis. I would combine leftover chicken and gravy to make chicken shortcakes with these biscuits!
    evag@maine.rr.com

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  12. My favorite way to eat biscuits is with strawberry sauce and real whipped cream, so that's what I would try! Love your recipe though, it looks mighty tasty!!

    anne
    www.anniebakes.net
    anniebakes@aol.com

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  13. Well, this may not technically be a "recipe" but they would be used for biscuits and gravy! Yum-O!

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  14. I'd like to use it as stew toppings.
    tcarolinep at gmail dot com

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  15. tweet.http://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/29583576183

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  16. I think I would serve these with sausage gravy. My husband loves the Pillsbury Grand Biscuits and I'm sure he would love these too!

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  17. I use these a lot when I have to make a large batch of Chicken and Dumplings for a crowd. I also bake some off along with rolls and scratch made southern style biscuits as different people like different textures of bread.

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  18. I'd probably use it for a mini snack, probably halved and put in a mini cup cake pan, filled with alfredo sauce and mushrooms, topped with shredded cheese and baked.

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  19. These look GREAT! The perfect size for a quick and easy breakfast! I haven't seen them in our stores yet but I'll be sure to try them!

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  20. I think I would like to make a fall dish of seasoned pork loin with pumpkin, turnip roots, butternut squash, apples and apricots, when done I'd like to roll my biscuits in a little butter and some herbs and bake them on top. Serve all with a little maple glaze. Sweet and Savory!

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  21. I use any leftover Pillsbury Grand Biscuits split em like english muffins for appetizers, egg and cheese biscuits.

    Love them
    rebecca
    jordangirl1152@yahoo.com

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  22. I am so putting bacon in my next pot pie!

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  23. Haven't seen these yet, but we use the Pillsbury Southern Style biscuits all the time. I can see mini hot roast beef sandwiches topped with gravy around a large dollop of mashed potatoes!

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  24. Honestly, I would just eat these with Ham & cheese & eggs.

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  25. tweet 11/3
    http://twitter.com/pixie13sweeps/status/29587682522

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  26. I'd use them to make a chicken pot pie.

    hewella1 at gmail dot com

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  27. I have not seen the minis yet! Can't wait I love Pillsbury anything. :o)

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  28. OMG..as much as I would want to eat 20 of these with just a piece of country ham and preserves I think I would love to make a dessert out of them. Maybe an upside down apple cobbler. Top the apple filling with a pecan praline topping then biscuits rolled in butter and cinnamon sugar...yum!

    karee(dot)renee(at)gmail(dot)com

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  29. Perfect finger food for Christmas Eve. I'd put ham and cheese inside, herb butter outside and heat them until the cheese melted.
    ruthofgolden(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  30. These biscuits look delish! We have a local shop that sell honey grown locally that is wonderful! They bottle regular, whipped, and whipped with cinnamon or lemon added. It would be terrific on these little biscuits with a pat of butter!!

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  31. I use the regualar size frozen ones all the time. I think I would make mini empanadas out of them.

    Brandy
    bm.turner@prodigy.net

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  32. Sooo many uses....soooooo many uses! How can I pick just one? I'm sure they would be to die for filled my my old fashioned wild blackberry jam or wrapped around a hunk of country ham.

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  33. I really can't see a biscuit without seeing delicious gravy smothering it. So hungry!!

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  34. That looks way better than any chicken pot pie I've ever seen! I'm not very good at inventing my own recipes, but it might be some sort of biscuit topped chili type thing.

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  35. Hmmm....never won anything so I would probably make individual chicken and dumplins, jerk chicken sliders and mini BLT'S....my mind is going to all kinds of things you could do with these little babies...

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  36. I would pick up the items to make Chicken&Dumplings.
    supergrand2009@yahoo.com

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  37. Tweeted-http://twitter.com/COUNTRYNEST/status/29598928460
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  38. Shared on FB-http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=165517083472772&id=100000461096199
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  39. I love Pillsbury frozen biscuites. I will probably use these little minis for little ham biscuits for upcoming Christmas parties. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  40. I think I would make some mini chicken sandwiches....good for breakfast, lunch or snack...

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  41. Your mini chicken pot pies look so yummy-wish i could have one right now!!! Wow what would I do with these little babies?? Sliders for sure, my hubbys favorite biscuits and gravy!

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  42. I love my own homemade biscuits but I have to admit that while I have not tried the mini biscuits I have tried the regular size frozen Grand's and they sure are good. I can think of all kinds of good ways to use these...chicken pot pies, chicken and biscuits and am wondering how they would be on top of a cobbler.

    nono916@gmail.com

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  43. I would love to make some chili topped with these biscuits. Alas I have no ramekins so need to buy these neat little bowls.

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  44. I would use them as a topping for my chicken pot pie! tracietrump@yahoo.com

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  45. well i am a leader of a girl scout troop :) for thanksgiving we are doing stone soup for our parents and these mini biscuits are perrrfect to compliment the soup and im pretty sure they'd be awesome with your chicken and rice bake which i really seriously cannot wait to make tomorrow night!
    Courtney
    clang089@yahoo.com

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  46. I'd have them hot out of the oven with butter and a good squirt of honey or a heaping spoon of blackberry jam or cherry preserves. I consider this a dessert!

    samnmini@yahoo.com

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  47. I'd bake them on top of chicken stew.

    couponboss at gmail dot com

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  48. Maybe Id use them for individual pot pie toppers:)

    Thanks for a great chance at a giveaway!

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  49. I think I would make some type of dessert with mine...would like to work on something with apples and caramel :)Thanks for the opportunity to enter and possibly win ;)

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  50. I have heard of these, but haven't tasted them yet. I would pull them apart, put a piece of whole chili pepper inside and a piece of mild cheddar, smash it together and bake it. I know it would be something awesome to eat. I would use the money to purchase all of the things to make this dish.

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  51. Mary, Mary, Mary ... what would I use these for ... hmmm just what meal of yours am I cooking? LOL. No seriously, I would LOVE them with a hearty stew. Now doesn't that sound just yummy?

    ~ deanna_rio@hotmail.com

    ~ Deanna

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  52. I tweeted this awesome giveaway

    http://twitter.com/deannario/status/29630652627
    ~ deanna_rio@hotmail.com

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  53. I definitely want to try them with sausage and country gravy. Then I need to try one of the other suggestions on your site, they all look so good!

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  54. I would use them for my cherry dumplings,so good. Would love to try these.
    Thanks,
    Mary
    lifeofcochise@gmail.com

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  55. Hello!

    I don't wantcha to think I'm just stopping by to win your giveaway. I just happened to finally have a moment to catch up and here I find you're having a wonderful giveaway. We're big biscuit fans around here...we do biscuits and gravy a couple of times a month (at least) and I always serve em' with my beef stew. I bet my kiddos would especially love these lil' ones. What a great idea to use them for chicken pot pies. I'm off to check out your chicken stew recipe now!

    Hope all is well down South!

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  56. I would like to try them atop a hamburger/cheesy casserole. YUM! Looks wonderful, Mary!

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  57. I love Grands! I think they would make cute lil breakfast sandwiches or bbq pork sliders. But I would probably love them just as much with butter & honey! :-)
    ~K http://scr.im/nerak

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  58. You know I love the dump meals! Pillsbury makes some nice biscuits. Love the grands! I'd make a turkey and veggie casserole dotted with mini biscuits, yum!

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  59. I love grands biscuits, I would so make biscuits and gravy for my family with these

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  60. I would use these for a Sunday morning breakfast with either smoked sausage or ham. Yummy!!

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  61. These look delicious! I would use them for my famous egg, cheese and porkroll on a piping hot biscuit! Yummy!

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  62. I would make hot ham and swiss cheese mini-sandwiches. MMMMMmmmmm!

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  63. We all love Pillsbury Grand Biscuits and since my biscuits never seem to come out right, they are grateful to Pillsbury! I am going to try your recipe for Chicken Stew. I've not had this before! Great ideas...thank you both! Carol W. in NC

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  64. Ohhh I love these tiny biscuits! I have so many recipes to use these with that I can't wait to start cooking! I definitely will be using them with the beef sliders instead of dinner rolls, with sausage gravy for breakfast, & the mini ham/cheese sandwiches I always make for appetizers! So many ideas! My family is going to love these!!!!
    sewell97@att.net

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  65. I love those biscuits! If I had $15, I would make shepherds pie and top it off with a biscuit crust! YUM!!!

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  66. I tweeted the giveaway today : )
    http://twitter.com/deannario/status/29690921361

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  67. What a generous giveaway! I'd also make mini chicken pot pies! Chicken Pot Pie is my absolute favorite comfort food, healthy too! :)

    Seasidesmitten@aol.com

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  68. I would use the biscuits to make biscuits and gravy. Here is a recipe for gravy that I would pour on top of the biscuits:

    1 pound sausage
    1/4 cup flour
    2 cups milk
    Salt and black pepper to taste
    8 or more Pillsbury Grands biscuits

    Crumble and cook sausage in large skillet over medium heat until browned. Stir in flour until dissolved. Gradually stir in milk. Cook gravy until it thickens. Season with salt and pepper. Serve hot over biscuits.

    runningmatey at hotmail dot com

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  69. facebook shared 11-4

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  70. Great for biscuits and gravy, strawberry shortcake, or some of my brother's famous Coke ham.

    choirlady27@hotmail.com

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  71. getting back to you about olive oil...see what a fogger I'm in..I forgot I made that up a week ago to post..and forgot all about it. but do tell Miss Mary...on the skin? Another of my blogger buds, says she uses it as a carrier oil...oh do tell ladies..I am getting interested in aromatherapy and oils....very cool stuff...I imagine it would be good on your face..do you do it straight? Or as a carrier...? I love bisquits, but can't think of any way other than sausauge bisquits and gravy..there are so many talented ladies with awsome ideas. As soon as I figure out what day it is and what I am supposed to be doing...hee hee...

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  72. I'd definitely like to try them with the chicken stew!

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  73. Yum, I would use the Pillsbury Grands for Chicken n' Dumplins!

    jknj4@sbcglobal.net

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  74. I would put them on top of chicken pot pie. pholdermomof3 @ gmail.com

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  75. I shared it on my fb page. pholdermomof3 @ gmail.com

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  76. I am anxious to try Mini-Grands, because the Grands biscuits are really yummy and the frozen ones are just so convenient!

    If I won this giveaway, I'd use the $15 gift card to bring breakfast for my office Breakfast Club. We rotate bringing in a breakfast treat each Friday and I'd like to make something with the Mini-Grands, maybe a yummy breakfast casserole with Mini-Grand topping. Hope I win :-)

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  77. That old Southern favorite...country ham and a little red eye gravy, over those scrumptious mini biscuits!

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  78. I would either use these tiny little tea biscuits to make biscuits and chocolate gravy, or I'd make tiny little pork-chop biscuits. I'd use the gift card to buy some of those boneless pork tenderloins, fry them up and place them right between those little biscuits. Or, I'd buy more cocoa and butter to make my chocolate gravy. Mmmmm....

    I can be reached at huntersvillewriter(at)gmail(dot)com.

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  79. OOOhh I love this idea!... I bet I could roll these out and make a batch of mini tarts... Hmmm pumpkin? or cheesecake? the possibilities are endless!!

    Alita

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  80. Hi Mary, I tweeted the giveaway today
    http://twitter.com/deannario/status/652114225274880

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  81. We love breakfast for supper. I would use them with tomato gravy and chocolate gravy. Rich warm chocolate gravy poured over a hot fresh biscuit = yumminess!

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  82. Ooops. Trish D. can be contacted at Dwaterfam4@bellsouth.net and I posted to my facebook.
    Thanks!!!

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  83. I would use these as a side for some fried chicken. We love biscuits with honey. I would also do a breakfast for supper with eggs, bacon, hashbrowns and biscuits with jelly!

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  84. I like to use mini grands in chicken and dumplins... yum yum... I have also used them with chicken pie, and chicken roll ups, very good... You have a great product and the mini's are perfect for little hands..

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  85. My kids and grand-kids love chocolate gravy and biscuit. These mini biscuits would be perfect for them.

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  86. Chicken pot pie, chicken and dumplings, biscuits and gravy, hmmmm.... just have to decide which one to try first. Hope I can find them around here!
    Michelle (vplus10@earthlink.net)

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  87. tweet 11/5
    http://twitter.com/pixie13sweeps/status/691545346932736

    gevin13{at}gmail{dot}com

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  88. So many great possibilities..chicken or beef pot pies, or maybe a peach cobbler using the biscuit on top..yum!!

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  89. I didn't know about the minis! I want to make individual chicken pot pies, and these would be perfect for the top!

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  90. I would totally use these in chicken n dumplins yum
    cher_theblondeprincess@hotmail.com

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  91. I posted on fb 11-5

    http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=159184730783885&id=520433979

    runningmatey at hotmail dot com

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  92. You did great with your recipe ideas on these, Mary. I'm not entering the giveaway but I know we'll be picking up a bag of these for weekday breakfasts. I can think of all kinds of sliders and such.

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  93. Every now & then, we have creamed chipped beef over biscuits or toast (my Dad called it S.O.S. when I was a kid!). It would be scrumptious over these biscuits...one of my "comfort" foods. (Tessa) (arnoldtl(at)sprynet(dot)com)

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  94. tweet 11/6
    http://twitter.com/pixie13sweeps/status/1048248127062017

    gevin13{at}gmail{dot}com

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  95. Facebooked 11-6

    http://www.facebook.com/#!/permalink.php?story_fbid=139074539476817&id=520433979


    runningmatey at hotmail dot com

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  96. We'd use them for brunch for mini biscuits and gravy :) Perfect to get a taste, but still have room to sample other things, too!
    lmclockedile[at]gmail[dot]com

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  97. Howdy Mary, I tweeted the giveaway today
    http://twitter.com/deannario/status/1409220440231936
    ~ Deanna

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  98. fb posted 11-7

    http://www.facebook.com/#!/permalink.php?story_fbid=171444082882073&id=520433979

    runningmatey at hotmail dot com

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  99. I've never seen the mini grand biscuits - so cute!

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  100. facebook posted

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  101. YUM!!! Mini biscuits---tasty biscuits all wrapped up in 3 little bites, I hear the Heavenly Chorus! :-)
    What would I do with them? Hmmm, lets see. With my southern cooking background, I would use them in chicken & dumplin's (southerners MUST leave off the -ings LOL), maybe country gravy and biscuits. Cook them up on a cold morning with some tasty country ham...oh I gotta stop here because my mouth is watering! :-D

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  102. I love Grand Biscuits - my boys, do too. I think I'd actually use the gift card to get the things needed to make your chicken pie - that looks delicious!!!

    fortheluvofboys @ yahoo . com

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  103. I tweeted today : )
    http://twitter.com/deannario/status/2122835715686400

    Kinda sounds a lil' dirty, lol

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  104. http://www.facebook.com/#!/permalink.php?story_fbid=173833599296496&id=520433979

    runningmatey at hotmail dot com

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  105. Grands are a great way to go when you don't have time to make your own biscuits! I love the recipe idea you came up with too!!

    princesshaley5700@yahoo.com

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  106. Tweeted this too at peanutsmom04!

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  107. i would use the biscuits to make chicken ale king, chicken and dumplins or breafast weiners in a biscuit
    tcogbill at live dot com

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  108. Yum! I'd love to do some mini sausage & biscuits with them.

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  109. I will put these biscuits in my beef stew.

    dlhaley(AT)hotmail(DOT)com

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  110. Mary I tweeted today ... aren't ya proud of me. I should get a sticker, lol.
    http://twitter.com/deannario/status/2555835553161218

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  111. http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=520433979#!/permalink.php?story_fbid=174110555938555&id=520433979

    fb posted 11-10

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  112. I would get some ham and cheese and roll them up with the biscuits

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    schnitzomage {at} gmail {dot} com

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  113. http://www.facebook.com/#!/permalink.php?story_fbid=100839169989535&id=520433979

    fb posted 11-11

    runningmatey at hotmail dot com

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  114. I would like to try making mini strawberry shortcakes with them
    thanks for the giveaway
    aunteegem@yahoo.com

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  115. shared on fb-Julie Scott Laws
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  116. I tweeted today : )

    http://twitter.com/deannario/status/2779349367390208

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  117. Comments are closed - watch this space for the winner announcement soon!! Thanks for participating and thanks for reading Deep South Dish!!

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