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    I Love the popover idea....I have not used this piece yet as I had no idea what to do with it but popovers...yum....my popover pan had to be thrown out a couple of years ago....have not made them since....I am going to now....however the release tool that comes with this piece of stoneware I use all the time! I don't have the avacado tool and let me just say this release tool get the avacado out easily. I also use it with the mini muffing pan...
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    Another use idea...

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    I could have sworn that someone posted a recipe booklet with ideas for the Single-Serve pan. But it may have been in my imagination?? If not, where would I find it? I didn't see anything in the files....at least not with my search parameters.

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    Quote Quote by DebPC View Post
    Popovers in the new Single Serve- great idea and perfect size.

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    Please Deb! Share this recipe!!

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    Sorry- I didn't make these. I would assume any popover recipe would work. Bet they are fluffier then in a metal pan.

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    Looks good!

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    Cheese Potatoes
    2 pound bag frozen Hash Browns, thawed
    1 medium onion, chopped
    1 pint sour cream or try French Onion Dip instead of the sour cream
    1 can cream of chicken soup
    2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
    crushed corn flakes
    1 stick oleo, melted

    Mix potatoes, onion, sour cream, soup, cheese. Spread in casserole dish.
    Mix corn flakes and oleo, spread over above.
    Bake 45 minutes at 350
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    Cheesy potatoes looks great. Does anyone have microwave recipes they use this for? Something quicker for a show?

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    I was so excited by the popover picture that I looked up a recipe for them online (I had never made popovers before) and made them last night. Very simple and yummy!! I forgot to take a picture but honestly they looked just like the pic DebPC put up on this thread. They take about 40 minutes to bake so not a show recipe. Thanks for the inspiration Deb! ...and it was the first time I used my single serving pan...

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    Yum!

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    ^^I'm going to adapt the Lava Cake recipe....I am having a show this weekend for a beauty pageant director, and she's inviting ALL the moms and girls!! It was the director's idea for the girls to make doll cakes while the moms are all watching the demo. Fun!!

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    What are popovers? It looks like a roll. Is there a difference?

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    Great brunch idea. Has anyone tried these?

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    Scrambled Egg Mixture – mix whichever way you like them! (using approximately 12 eggs or egg whites)
    Bacon – one strip per well (or use your favorite add-ins like ham, sausage, veggies)
    1 pkg. refrigerated croissant dough

    Brush inside of Single Serving Pan wells with oil. Wrap one slice of bacon around the inside of each well. Pour scrambled egg mixture to fill well two-thirds full.

    Bake at 350F for 20 minutes, then lay one triangle of croissant dough in a spiral shape over top of each well. Bake 10-15 minutes more or until dough is golden brown.

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    Strawberry Filled Shortcakes
    Using the New Single Serving Stone Pan!

    Ingredients:
    9 oz yellow cake mix (note size)
    1 can strawberry pie filling
    White Choc Chips

    Mix cake fill half full, scoop 1 small scoop using our small scoop of strawberries.
    Microwave on high 8-9 min. Using small silicone prep bowl melt 1/3c choc chip drizzle over cakes!

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    Love all these recipes! Thank you all for sharing

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    I would like to share a booklet for single serving stone. There are recipes, pics, and ideas from many consultants on facebook and chef success. I did not know who the original credit goes to but since we share ideas here I would like to add it here so that all shared recipes and pics are in one place. Keep this for your refrences. Make changes as you feel are needed. Here's the problem How do i Upload it to this thread? I tried to upload but it exceeds the 2.0mb limit. Let's see if I can direct everyone to my dropbox.....
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    That's awesome! I would add it here and by the Recipe by Product thread. So appreciated!!!

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    http://db.tt/eNJRxFND


    Here is the link to my public drop box. Feel free to use and if anyone wants modify to give credit feel free to do so. Thank you
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    Sorry couldn't find a clear copy- but this looks major yummy!!!

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    Has anyone made these???
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    Mix 1 lb ground beef, 2 eggs, 1 cup water, 2 TBS A-1, and a 6oz box of Stove Top Stuffing. Using Kitchen Spritzer (filled with oil) spray wells of Single Serve Pan. Divide up mixture into the six wells. Bake at 350 for 35-45 minutes, based on your oven. ENJOY!
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