I love this site. Although I made the French Toast Muffins and they were not a hit at our house. My kids love Schwann's French Toast Sticks but I haven't attempted a recreation of those.
Yesterday, due to unforseen circumstances, I was home all day with the kids. SO we made these for dinner. Served with a lovely side salad and some frozen corn. Just call me June. June Cleaver.
Below is my re-adapted recipe from Framed who snagged a version from Food.com
Pasta sauce 2 cups or so
Ground meat 2lbs (I used moose last night)
Wonton wrappers (I used 3/cupcake...so 36)
Preheat oven to 375 degrees and spray 12 serving muffin tin with Pam Olive Oil spray.
Cook meat. Slap a wonton in the bottom of the muffin tin (mine is a muffin silicone... not nearly as great as a tin). The "real" recipe recommends cutting them into a circle... I didn't. Sprinkle parm, mozz & cottage cheese. Then meat. Then a spoonful of sauce. Wonton again. Cheeses. Meat. Sauce. Wonton. Cheeses. Meat. Sauce. Top it off with a blob of mozz and a sprinkle of parm.
Bake about 20 minutes. Let sit about 5 min. I (am so smart) put the pan on a cookie sheet because, well, since my microwave shit it's pants I have no way to self-clean my oven... I'm a careful cook now.
Getting the mini-mes out of the pan seemed like a challenge but the handy-dandy pam olive oil spray worked like magic and they popped right out.
So cute. So delish. Bugsy ate one all by herself (and a good chunk of Ceasar salad... that girl is odd.)
So there you have it.... an easy week-day version of lasagne... in portion controlled format. I imagine they would freeze nicely if we weren't such hoggers.