Monday, May 12, 2008

Bacon Tomato Cups

I want to share a great recipe with you. I made these last week for a teacher's luncheon at my son's school and once again over the weekend for guests visiting.

They are very simple to make and taste so good.

I found this recipe on All Recipes.com I will also share some modifications I have made to the recipe.

You can click here for a nice printable recipe card of the recipe from All Recipes.com, but be sure to see my notes below for changes.

I buy the Grands biscuits which are quite large. I am able to split them into 3 pieces. I roll each piece of dough into a ball and flatten with my fingers before lining the mini muffin cup. One can of Grands biscuits fills a 24 mini muffin cup pan. The filling recipe makes two batches, equalling 48 Bacon Tomato Cups. So be sure when buying the ingredients, you buy two cans of biscuits. Trust me, make all 48 they will disappear quickly.

I also like to use cheddar or colby jack cheese sometimes instead of swiss. You can also use the packaged real bacon pieces if you don't want to cook bacon for this recipe. Do not use bacon bits! Yikes.

Enjoy! Karol

12 comments:

sadie said...

hello.
hope you had a lovely Mother's Day. Have a good week ahead. x

LaCresha said...

Hi Karol! I hope you had a wonderful Mother's day :o) Mmmm...Those look so yummy. I've been working on adding recipes to my recipe box, this one will have to be added. Hope you're having a wonderful week. I've missed you at LOH. Love Ya!!

Kori said...

Hi Karol!

I hope that you had a great Mother's Day and mmm, that picture looks absolutely yummy. And sounds quite tasty too, but I think that regarding anything with tomato and bacon, lol. ((hugs))

Connie said...

What a yummy recipe and you film it so well. Cooking is the last area I have tackled on my blog. It's more fun when there are lots of people eating as opposed to
just one or two.

Connie said...

What a yummy recipe and you film it so well. Cooking is the last area I have tackled on my blog. It's more fun when there are lots of people eating as opposed to
just one or two.

Connie said...

What a yummy recipe and you film it so well. Cooking is the last area I have tackled on my blog. It's more fun when there are lots of people eating as opposed to
just one or two.

sadie said...

hello! thanks so much for your email, it was lovely to hear from you. Congrats on all that's going on in your life! Absolutely fantastic, and you deserve every success. :O) Fabulous on all your training too. I don't know how you do it!
Will try to reply to your email this week!!!!! in the meantime, thanks for dropping me a line. It was really lovely to hear from you and see the photos. :O) xxxx

Jen@The Cottage Nest said...

I love recipes like this. You are so sweet to share!

Darlene said...

I have just discovered your blog and I love it!! These cups look yummy and easy and I am all about easy. I think I am going to try them this weekend. Thanks.

Darlene said...

I have just discovered your blog and I love it!! These cups look yummy and easy and I am all about easy. I think I am going to try them this weekend. Thanks.

Darlene said...

I have just discovered your blog and I love it!! These cups look yummy and easy and I am all about easy. I think I am going to try them this weekend. Thanks.

At Home Redesigns said...

That sounds wonderful...can't wait to try.

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