This recipe originated from a Pillsbury cookbook, and I tweaked it a little.
1# ground beef or turkey 1/2 cup BBQ sauce 1/2 onion, chopped 1 tbl brown sugar 1 can crescent rolls (or the new "recipe creations" sheet of dough) 1/2 cup shredded cheese
Brown the meat and the onion together. Add the BBQ sauce and brown sugar and heat through.
Meanwhile, spray 10 standard sized muffin cups and preheat the oven to 400.
Roll out the dough and then cut out squares that are about 3 inches big. Place one in each muffin cup, pressing firmly into the bottom and sides. It may come over the top a little, but not much. (I ended up only having enough to make 9.)
Put a few spoonfuls of meat into each one, topped with cheese. I made three just cheesey ones for the kids.
Bake 10-15 minutes, or until edges of the rolls are golden. Cool one minute before removing from the pan.
I made iced tea last night, too. I knew Zachary liked it, but I guess I didn't realize quite how much until I caught him like this:
This turned out to be one of the best meals I've ever made. I mixed together soy sauce, olive oil, and garlic and spread over the top of a large piece of halibut from Costco. Anton bbq'd it and it turned out delicious! We ate it with rice pilaf (from a box, nothing fancy) and steamed broccoli. Later, Monica helped me make rice crispie treats for dessert.