Triscuit Challenge #Crowdtapper

I don't know how you feel about Triscuit but personally, for me, I have a new found appreciation for these delightful tidbits. I was recently asked  to think outside the box, or Triscuit box, so to speak. As a member of Crowdtap I get to sample, share and chat up brands I love as well as try out products that are new on the market or I may not even know about yet. Gotta love that!  Come on over and see for yourself  the what's happening and get tappin' for your self.  Easy peasy to sign up and us tappers have a blast! Click HERE and your on your way. Cannot wait to see you on the pages!


A few months back I caught myself making an impulse purchase at Bed, Bath and Beyond.  Well! Just look how cute these little tiny glass dishes are! Ha, this was my perfect opportunity to use them.

 


Here's what I came up with:

DECONSTRUCTED TRISCUIT WITH WHIPPED RICOTTA MIXED WITH HONEY AND LEMON, TOPPED WITH FRESH MIXED BERRIES

INGREDIENTS:

1 box Triscuit with sea salt
6 Tbsp. brown sugar
1 stick butter
Mixed berries, fresh or frozen
1 12. oz container ricotta cheese
Juice of 2 lg. lemons
2 Tbsp. honey

DIRECTIONS:

In large baggie crush Triscuit's finely. Melt butter in microwave in large bowl and add brown sugar and Triscuit.  Mix well and press approx. 1 Tbsp. of mixture into bottom of serving dishes * I used the individual one's above* but you could use anything you like.
Whip together with wisk the Ricotta, lemon juice and honey until smooth and creamy and spoon into dishes. Add mixed berries and top with triscuit "dust". Refrigerate until served.

32 comments:

  1. WOW GOING TO HAVE TO TRYTHIS, OMG LOOKS SO GOOD

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  2. Great recipe going to have to try this one for sure, thanks for the idea!

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  3. the Triscuit ingredient surprises me

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  4. Looks tasty. Where are the samples? :)

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  5. That looks beautiful and delicious! I love Triscuits!

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  6. looks yummy u want to come to my house in Fl and make me one I know u want to take a vacation so come to fl

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  7. Meg, Thanks! I'm going to print that recipe! Love Triscuits. I think would definitely be a party pleaser!

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  8. Wow I love anything deconstructed. Very sexy....!

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  9. Well now don't know what happened to my comment?

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  10. This Dessert looks and sounds delicious. Thankyou for sharing :0)

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  11. Look fantastic and very gourmet looking in that glass!

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  12. omgoodness does that look GOOD!!! Thank you for putting this up. I printed this out so I can make these today!

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  13. Yum Looks and sounds so yummy.
    Holly W

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  14. It looks so awesome. Yumm!

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  15. THIS LOOKS SO GOOD I AM SO MAKING THIS.

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  16. Looks/sounds great, can't wait to try it.

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  17. sounds refreshing and very interesting!

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  18. so kooky it sounds awesome! Thanks for the idea!

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  19. Well, how about that! What a clever idea. I think this is a winner! You really are creative and all the ingredients go perfect together. I would have never in a million years thought to make a crust using Triscuit. Thank you, Lacey B.

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  20. OMG! Looks so good!

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  21. I wish I could be so creative. It looks so good.

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  22. Creative, different and interesting. I'd give it a taste.

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