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Serves: 18 @ 1 per person
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Cooking Method: Bake


3 c all purpose baking mix (bisquick, jiffy mix, pioneer brand or trader joes brand)
1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
1 can(s) sweet potatoes/yams, drain & mash (15 oz)
(fresh cooked or baked can be used; also sub butternut squash if desired, just measure about 2 c. pulp)
3/4 c fat-free milk
note: the leavening agents are already in the baking mix, no need to add baking powder/salt/baking soda

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Jan W Recipe
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Apollo, PA (pop. 1,647)
Member Since May 2011
Jan's notes for this recipe:
This is another mystery-recipe, don't know where it came from...I save them from newspapers, magazines, friends...
Made this once, they were good, a nice "something different" than regular biscuits!
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Delightfully moist and delicate! These are wonderful straight out of the oven with a pat (or two!) of butter. They're also great with sliced pork. Enjoy!


Preheat oven to 450 F.
In medium bowl, combine mix & cinnamon.
Add sweet potatoes and milk.
Roll dough out on floured surface to 3/4 to 1" thickness.
Cut w/2" biscuit cutter or glass.
Place on nonstick baking sheet.
Bake for 10-12 min, or til golden brown.

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user Jan W Neeniejan - May 26, 2011
user Isabel Vela christinabel - May 26, 2011
I can't wait to try these! They sound so simple to make and I love yams. I'll get these started as the cantalope popsicles freeze!! Thanks!
user Jan W Neeniejan - May 26, 2011
ha ha, you made them already? you are good! let me know how you like them all...thanks! don't forget to rate, please!
user Carol Junkins CarolAJ - May 26, 2011
Yea I will also give these a try, I notice you put one per person, hope I can stick to that, haha
user Jan W Neeniejan - May 26, 2011
lol, well if you need a second one...ha ha, I could never limit myself to one!! enjoy!

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