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Thread: Lasagna Cupcakes!

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    Lasagna Cupcakes!


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    They look very tasty!!
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    What a great idea! They would be fun to make with my granddaughters!

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    Great idea - must try these

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    Oh this give sme many ideas for meals .. hmmm.. thanks for sharing
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    I saw several interesting recipes on there....thanks for sharing...look great for us singles and also for parties. Someone earlier was looking for something to serve to their quilting group...these would be great for that.

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    Great idea for hors d'oeuvre. Thanks for the recipe.

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    They must be good as Iceland, a UK top frozen food chain, have them on their Christmas party nibbles, but that recipe, being home-made, looks a lot nicer, I am just a huge fan of home-made.

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    What a yummy idea! Thanks for sharing!

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    Great idea! I have bookmarked the page... Thanks!
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    Cool Idea, thanks for sharing

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    Yummy. These will be on my Christmas buffet this year, thank you so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roberta View Post
    Yummy. These will be on my Christmas buffet this year, thank you so much.
    Yes, I am planning on using them on my Christmas buffet as well. In fact, I plan to make them ahead and freeze them.

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    Those sound so good!

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    Look good, plus a good way for portion control ....

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    This cake idea is looking great. I can feel its taste. This time i am feeling hunger so i think i should make this cup cake. Thanks for this idea. I am going to make it.

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    Wow these look delicious and easy! EASY being the operative word here!
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    I made these & took them to a Christmas Eve potluck with family. They were a hit though I think they need to set up for a few minutes before taking them out of the cupcake form as they started to fall apart. I also froze 2 dozen of them for later... they were great reheated too! Thanks
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    Thanks for this recipe! This will also help with portion control.

    Hmm, I wonder what else would be good using wonton wrappers?

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    I made these this morning for an early lunch/brunch. They turned out delicious! Never used wontons before.

    I did not use a muffin tin. I have pyrex bowls with the lids. Just took the lids off and sprayed the bowls with olive oil to keep from sticking. These are the 2 cup size bowls. I used canned turkey for the meat and low fat alfredo sauce and sliced olives. Layered like the instructions - wontons, sauce mixture, cheese X 2.

    Baked in the oven for 30 minutes (instead of 35 like the instructions) and let sit while I fixed some vegies to go with it. My DH loved it - individual lasagna's! I can see different possibilities with this recipe. No more boiling pasta!

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    Wow, thanks AlienQuilter for your update. I can't wait to get over my bronchitis to make up a batch.

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    THANK YOU! My 6 yr old GD helped me make these and they were gone in a flash. I guess that means the kids liked them. I have had trouble finding things to feed the grand kids but this sure was a hit with them. GD said "granny I thought we were making cupcakes" and I said not sweet ones, and she laughed. They really were quick and easy to do.

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    You can make taco cupcakes,pizza flavored etc.All are good.This site has a lot of different flavored cupcakes.You can sub won ton wrappers for most.
    Pat

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