Some people call these “Campfire Cones” but we do them on a grill so I call them Walking S’mores. I’m actually not a HUGE fan of S’mores because they’re SO messy and usually there’s SO much more marshmallow than chocolate, right? So when I saw these, I just HAD to try them. And I’m SO glad I did. They’re FANTASTIC! Less mess and very individual! Try this fun twist to the traditional S’more this Holiday weekend and EVERY weekend! They can be made on the grill, campfire, or even in the oven.
Fill a cone with desired amounts of marshmallow and toppings. (less than you think, probably) Wrap each cone with foil. Place over the campfire for about 5-7 minutes, on a heated grill for 6-8 minutes, or in the oven at 375 degrees for about 7-8 minutes until toppings are melted. Then just enjoy the taste of summer…a “Walking S’more” kinda! ha-ha.
It’s CROCK-tober. When I saw this recipe, I just HAD to try it! Who doesn’t love warm, gooey, cinnamon-y goodness?
1 container Grands Original Biscuits
1/2 cup white sugar
1/2 cup brown sugar
2 tsp. cinnamon
1 stick Butter, melted
Optional: Cream Cheese frosting
Spray inside of crock-pot with non-stick cooking spray
Melt butter in microwave safe bowl, and set aside.
Combine sugars and cinnamon in gallon size bag, zip up and shake well to mix. Set aside.
Cut each biscuit into 6 pieces.
Take each piece one by one and dip into melted butter, then put into cinnamon sugar mixture bag. Once all pieces have been added to bag, zip up and carefully shake and gently roll around so all pieces get coated.
Pour any remaining leftover butter into bottom of crock-pot.
Transfer all sugar coated biscuit pieces into crock-pot, and spread out along the bottom.
Cook on LOW for 2.5 hours, or until done.
Optional: top with a little cream cheese frosting. (not really optional in our opinion)
You’ve probably seen your grandparents use newspaper to clean mirrors and glass and wondered if what if this cleaning myth actually works. Well, yes, and no. Yes, because newspaper at one time was made of out papers and ink that did indeed leave mirrors and glasses streak-free. Sadly, newspaper today is made out of completely different materials than way back then that actually leave streaks on your mirrors. Trying using rubbing alcohol or a glass cleaner with a microfiber cloth. These eight tricks will leave your windows looking spotless and smudge-free.