What my degree in IPE didn't teach me about baking, DIY, fitness, and life…
Time for another experiment with Tempting Tidbit Trials, a series where I get my butt in the kitchen and do recipe reviews of the recipes featured on Temptation Tuesdays.
If you’re looking for an easy and delicious recipe for the day BEFORE Thanksgiving, this is a real winner. I tip my hat to you Rachel – it seriously scores on the yummy gooey perfect feel good food factor!
This one features Pizza Casserole from Rachel at Peace, Love & Fabulous (featured on Temptation Tuesdays in July). I have to say I’ve been looking for an excuse to make this. It just looked so warm and bubbly and cheesy. It reminded me of cold winter days, rec league basketball and home. Don’t ask me why, but rec league sports and pizza casserole just seem to go together. Maybe it was one too many pasta dinner fundraisers.
For some reason though, every time I turned to make it, I’d get into the kitchen and realise I was missing an ingredient. Finally the stars aligned: I had everything on hand; a cold stormy day; and a great evening planned – cuddling in front of the TV with Hubby. The casserole didn’t disappoint. It was warm, gooey, and filling.
Somehow though, I couldn’t resist the urge to fiddle and used this Tempting Tidbit Trial to cross another thing of my pumpkin bucket list – pumpkin biscuits. We can’t get the store bought tin here, so I was going to have to make them from scratch anyway. Here it is, with my blow-by-blow in teal.
It’s a recipe that I found printed out and stuck in my recipe binder from 2 years ago. I could’ve sworn that I got it from SugarCrafter, but I can’t find it on her site now, or anywhere else for that matter. I’m going to share it here with my modifications (Sorry to whoever posted if first – I really did try and find the source. Even Uncle Google couldn’t help.) because this recipe deserves NOT to be lost. (makes 12 – though you only need 1/2 – 3/4 of the batch for the pizza casserole. Freeze the rest. You’ll be glad you did!)
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