Mini Shepherd’s Pies
Total TimePrep: 30 min. Bake: 20 min.
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These were really fun to make, I had the help of my 10 yr old son. He loved putting them together and loved eating them!
These were a hit of the party! Well worth the time to make and they reheated beautifully if you want to make them beforehand. Wonderful!
Worth the time to make these! I doubled the recipe so I could freeze some for fast lunch or dinner. I used someone else' tip and made the biscuits from Bisquick and topped w/ a tiny bit of cheddar and instead of chips did ritz crackers. Very good! Even my 2 year old ate it! A winner!
This was good, but if you want it to be great, here's what you do:use the ketchup, not the chili sauceadd frozen mixed veggies to the beef mixture AND about 1/3 cup of heavy cream (you will be happy you did, trust me)I also agree with the shredded cheddar on top instead of potato chips.I used leftover mashed potatoes (real) with butter, cream, salt and pepper added. My son even ate the green beans and commented that they actually tasted good. Success.
These were a hit! I did sub the biscuits for crescents and used cheesey instant mashed. Will make these again
We love these! I used already made mashed potatoes and put cheese on top. New favorite recipe!
These were wonderful. I made a few changes though. Instead of the beef I used groung turkey. I did not add the salt as the sodium was to high. I used the chili sauce and reduced fat cream cheese and instead of the potato chips I used reduced fat cheddar cheese. They were very easy to make and very good.
I just made these this weekend for church party; went over well. I think they are better if baked and served right away; reheating did dry them out somewhat. I used shredded cheese on top instead of potato chips. They were gone in minutes/very easy to make.
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