Today I join fellow Taste of Home Volunteer Field Editors and share a review of a recipe from the Taste of Home website!
The theme for this Taste of Home Tuesday recipe review is chocolate. I could hardly let the opportunity to try something chocolate pass me by. I found this recipe on the T.O.H. website, submitted by Joy Clark of Seabrook, WA for Chocolate Biscuit Puffs! I knew I would be trying this recipe out on a weekend and it seemed like a perfect little snack to enjoy with my husband and son on a lazy afternoon.
The recipe is so simple: buttermilk biscuit dough from a tube, milk chocolate and cinnamon-sugar. That’s it! Baked at high heat for only 10 minutes.
The recipe calls for a tube of ten regular buttermilk biscuits, but when I went to my store I could only find the “Grands!” biscuits: they’re grander and therefore the tube only had eight. Not wanting to find extra errands to run on a lazy Sunday, I decided to just adapt the larger-size biscuits.
Since they’re larger I put in two pieces of Hershey’s chocolate instead of just one. This variety of biscuit also bakes at a lower temperature than called for in the recipe, and for about twenty minutes. That twenty minutes flew by though, and those warm biscuit puffs were tasty, light and oozing melted chocolate.
The cinnamon-sugar on the top makes a crunchy, delectable crust. Even if it isn’t a lazy Sunday afternoon, I highly recommend these biscuits. Because they are so easy to put together they’d be a delightful snack to make and enjoy with kids after school.
You can find Joy Clark’s recipe on the Taste of Home website at this link: Chocolate Biscuit Puffs. Once you try them be sure to head back to this link to leave a review and feedback!
And do visit the other Taste of Tuesday participants to see the chocolatey recipes they are reviewing this week: