Shirley Jones with Triscuit cheesecake snacks & mini pizza recipes (1982)

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Shirley Jones Triscuit cheesecake snacks & mini pizzas

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Looking for a couple easy recipes you can whip up in minutes? Try these mini-pizzas and tiny cheesecake snacks, with flavorful ingredients stacked on a Triscuit cracker! These vintage 80s ads feature Partridge Family and Carousel actress Shirley Jones.
“Too much of a good thing?”

“Keep it light with my Triscuit Cheesecake Snacks,” says Shirley Jones.

Cheesecake and Triscuit wafers? Absolutely! The unique crunchy texture of Triscuit Wafers perfectly complements this delicious cheesecake topping. Triscuit Cheesecake Snacks. Just enough of a good thing.

Triscuit Cheesecake Snacks recipe

Beat 1 pound softened cream cheese with 1/2 cup granulated sugar; blend in 2 eggs, 1/4 cup milk, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 2 teaspoons vanilla extract, and 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind. Bake in greased 3-quart shallow baking dish at 350F 20 to 25 minutes. Cool; refrigerate until firm; cut into 28 squares. Place on Triscuit Wafers; garnish with canned fruit pie filling.

Shirley Jones - Triscuit cheesecake snacks recipe 1982

Cheese bored? Make Triscuit pizzas

“Spice up the evening with my Triscuit Pizzas,” says Shirley Jones.

“Not a big pizza. Little appetizers, easy enough to make in minutes. All you need are Triscuit wafers for a crispy, crunchy pizza crust. Smother them with pizza sauce and melted cheese, and serve ’em hot and bubbly.”

Triscuit pizzas recipe

Place Triscuit crackers in pan or skillet. Top with one teaspoon pizza or spaghetti sauce. Sprinkle with grated mozzarella cheese and oregano. Add mushroom slices, pepperoni, or chopped pepper and onion if desired. heat for 10 minutes in 400-degree oven, or in a covered skillet over low heat until cheese melts.

It’s a whole snack menu in one box.


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