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butterscotch dumplings

post #1 of 9
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made these, thot the girls would change their toods, guess i get them this week, for a snack ofcourse
post #2 of 9
you don't just come in and show pics without a recipe...........YOU HEATHEN..............

lolol....on the girls.......they are a handful........hehehe
post #3 of 9

Where the recipe????????????

i agree..did you do them in a DO or what we need info!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
post #4 of 9
Look pretty tasty. But how did you make them and whats the recipe?

post #5 of 9
Thread Starter 
OK, i don't have a recipe, learnt how to make them in 7th grade home-ec.
thow togather

1 stick butter
1-2 cups brown suger( i did'nt measure)
touch of cinn-a-num
touch of vinilla, that i didnt have, not used in bbq
2 of them roled up biscuit things, use 1 if you have a smaller skillet

Cook up to just before boil, add biscuits, cook 1 side for a while, then flip over and cook some more.

This should be on food network, real presise.
post #6 of 9
looks great!! gonna have to try them!!
post #7 of 9
That sounds real good. Should make my sugar go thru the roof.icon_smile.gif
post #8 of 9
Wow, those do look good, made my sugar count go up just lookin at em. Wouldn't dare try them. Although I might give it a whirl if the wife isn't lookin'!icon_lol.gif
post #9 of 9
I help an outfitter set up his elk camp in the Bob Marshall Wilderness. A few years ago, the camp cook came in with us to cook for the set up crew. She made a similar version of these which she called Carmel Dumplings. My God they were like manna from heaven, especially in that setting. Thanks for triggering a great memory.
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