This week when I went grocery shopping I had the what-to-cook-for-dinner blues. Seems like this happens a couple of times a year when I get completely uncreative for dinner. The kids give the same suggestions. Though tasty and nutritious, we just get in a rut. So, I did a quick run through of some recipe books and came across a long forgotten recipe. So long forgotten that I don’t think I’ve ever cooked it for the kids! I’ll link you to the original recipe at Pillsbury, but I’m providing my options for the blog. All I can say is the kids could not rave enough about how AWESOME. how DELICIOUS. how AMAZING. how this was the BEST. DINNER. EVER. Seriously. I felt like Guy Fieri (without the crazy hairdo) or Paula Deen (without the white hair). Even the picky kiddo had seconds. Yeah. I said it. Even the picky one.
Fair warning: if you are watching carbs, it’s not the recipe for you. BUT. If you want your kids to kiss your cooking hands, wash the dishes and eat seconds…..enjoy. I sure did.
We are not big olive fans and my kids aren’t big pepper fans, so I left those out.
2 Cans Grands biscuits, cut each biscuit into quarters
1 can refried beans
1 can black beans
1 can red kidney beans
1 block cheddar cheese, shredded
Jar of salsa
Place butter into 9X13 dish into preheated oven @ 375 until melted
Place biscuit quarters in pan
Spread out refried beans or use a spoon and drop it around
Pour drained beans onto biscuits
Pour Salsa over beans, biscuits
Bake @ 375 for about 45 min
Sprinkle shredded cheese ontop of biscuit bake and let it melt
Serve with sour cream (optional)
May you receive the adoration and rave reviews I was blessed with!
**image via Pillsbury link