Witches' Broomsticks

Witches' Broomsticks

"My family loves bread, so I try to serve some with every meal. Halloween isn't the same without these oh-so-good breadsticks."
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30 m servings
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Original recipe yields 15 servings

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  1. In a bowl, combine biscuit mix, milk and Italian seasoning. Turn onto a lightly floured surface; knead 10 times. Divide into 30 portions; set half aside. Roll the remaining 15 pieces into 7-in. ropes for broom handles; fold in half and twist. Place on ungreased baking sheets.
  2. Shape reserved pieces into 2-1/2-in. circles; cut with scissors to form a bundle of broom twigs. Place below each broom handle; pinch edges to seal. Brush with butter; sprinkle with Parmesan cheese. Bake at 450 degrees F for 10-12 minutes or until lightly browned. Serve warm or cool on a wire rack.

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Loved the bread stix. I added a little garlic powder with the parmesan cheese for some extra flavor.

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I followed the recipe exactly and they really weren't very good. My husband and kids said "they're just ok." Love the cuteness - but not the taste. I'm giving this 3-stars for the creative idea....

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Loved the bread stix. I added a little garlic powder with the parmesan cheese for some extra flavor.

I followed the recipe exactly and they really weren't very good. My husband and kids said "they're just ok." Love the cuteness - but not the taste. I'm giving this 3-stars for the creative idea....

I made this recipe with my children. They had a blast and they were gone faster than we cold blink. we added a bit of italian seasoning and served them with a bit of butter. The children also...

Pretty yummy but needs a few things. Personally I like more butter bread for breadsticks, so I used quite a bit more than called for... eeww. But I added garlic powder (would have perferred garl...

Cute idea, but it was difficult to make them look like brooms and not hands. Kids still ate them and either look goes with a Halloween theme.

A very fun and tasty recipe for Haloween. I made it with Rachel Ray's Harvest Moon Pasta and it was delish!

Followed recipe exactly as stated, they werent good. Maybe needs som added flavor or something, but it was such a cute and creative idea to go with a Halloween dinner!

I give this 3.5 stars because it was more "biscuity" than bready. But when the main ingredients call for Bisquik, I guess I cant complain too much. I give it 4 stars for creativity and flavor. ...

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