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I prepared 3 different variations of this recipe (1. as written, 2. with ham instead of bacon, and 3. meatless) and served them as appetizers at my New Year's Eve gathering, and I'd score each variation with a 5. I used Bisquick as my baking mix (no fail; puffed up perfectly!) and baked them in mini-muffin pans (yield: 24 appetizers per recipe). I used more onion (probably closer to 1/2 cup per recipe) and distributed 2 green and 1 red pepper (finely chopped) throughout the 3 different "batches". Delicious. My guests raved. And I will be making this again (and again and again).
This is one of my all time favorites! I usually use a whole onion which I sautee first with some butter and fresh sage. For dinner parties, I bake the batter in mini-muffin pans - people love them as a finger food! If you use muffin pans, be sure to spray them good with non-stick cooking spray.
We love this. Actually, we love most anything with bacon in it! Terrible, aren't we? Anyhow, I use green onions insted of regular onions and cheddar instead of swiss (I'm not fond of swiss). Have been making this for a few years now and my family still asks for it.
This recipe was good but not excellent. My husband liked it though. Also I used cheddar instead of swiss and added extra bacon as well. And I did need to cook this for quite a bit longer than the recipe said.
Delicious and very easy to make. It cooked in the time specified and came out very fluffy. It also reheated very well. I plan to try other meats and cheeses in this. I used pancake mix like others suggested and it did the trick.