These ultimate sheet-pan recipes make feeding a crowd EASY !


These ultimate sheet-pan recipes make feeding a crowd EASY ✨!


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  1. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Sabrina. c.est de la première recette que je te parlais l’autre fois :O Je sais que tu en as trouvé une autre de semblable sauf 😛

  2. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Well gross…half of that pan isn’t going to be cooked correctly 🙁 pumpkin pie bakes at a different temp then apple and totally different times for brownies. This is a wasted mess

  3. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    It always grosses me out to see people making all this food with their bare hands. They’re patting it, pulling it, stretching it. Wear some gloves already.

  4. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    I️ watch this with zero intention of making the dish, it soothes my OCD fix … especially when I️ mute their tacky Rock music and substitute my own

  5. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    But then you’re mixing like, pumpkin pie with cherry pie or whatever, or ham and cheese with peanut butter and jelly, and I’m not about that life.

  6. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Diana Colbert and cherish you could this apply towards vegan choices? I’m pretty sure that apple pie part the chocolate chip cookie part the cheesecake part could be. Do you think we can do it LOL

  7. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    I take my deserts very seriously 😉 Taking out the issue of who has the time to make 8 fractional recipes thus necessitating premade mixes which are against my religion, the religion of desert fyi… But that aside there is no way all of those cook at the same rate. The pie might need the full hour, but I see dry and overcooked banana bread, brownies, and cookies. Which is very distressing as both brownies and cookies imho need to be slightly undercooked and still gooey. Maybe if you were really determined you could blind bake the pie crusts to cut the cooking time. The apple pie filling being premade means there isn’t a need for time to soften the apples, it’s just the crust getting cooked while covered in liquid that takes time. At that point it’s the cheesecake and pumpkin pie setting that would take the most time and its so small and thin i’d be checking it at like 30min, (and remember you take them out before they are fully set and let the residual heat finish cooking). The cookies shouldn’t be hopeless at that point, so it might work. But i’d still just cook them homemade and separately, if I get full sized desserts out of it I do have time to make 8 things, 8 tiny little things that mean no leftovers after a party not so much . The other ideas look yummy though.

  8. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Honestly most of these are like 50x more work than it would be if you just made a full batch of the shit

  9. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    I’ve noticed most recipes from Tasty are super high in fat… Too much cheese, artificial ingredients, boxed items. I’m a fan of food sites since most people don’t know how to cook. But if we’re going to teach folks how to cook, let’s start with all natural ingredients and healthy recipes.

  10. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    The only issue I have with the deserts is how they’re not cut along the divides. I don’t wanna eat brownie and banana bread in one bite. No thanks

  11. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Lynn Tordoff Can you please make me the one with 8 different desserts? But it won’t be for a crowd, it will just be for me

  12. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Laura Houser Jamee Clark Ashley Grobeck you guys should make this for dessert. Mostly cause I wanna eat it. 😂😂

  13. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    This is so cool. I know I wouldn’t have patience to make these individual pies in a tray, but you would. It’s a good idea. Just wanted to show you this video.

  14. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    So we went from tiny food where everything was cooked in a muffin tin last year to giant sized and cooked on a sheet pan this year. Couldn’t we have made a stop in the middle somewhere?

  15. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    We need to start making this for get-togethers. One big dessert that everyone will like.
    Jennifer Chelsie Shanea Brooke Destiny Amber

  16. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Looks really good. The first one thou is to sweet for me. Some of the other I can’t eat because of my stomach. As you get older things change on what you can eat. But it all looks good

  17. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Nate LeVine how about the second recipe, the stuffed pizza for dinner tonight? We could each make our own how we like it! 😘

  18. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Savanna Zrimm Janis Hickerson this is the kinda stuff we should do for holidays so we don’t have to eat 12 batches of cookies and 3 pies

  19. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Matilda så coolt ju men mkt jobb eftersom vi inte har så mkt halvfabrikat som färdig pajfyllning mm. Resten kanske funkar.

  20. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Not interested in eating cookies or brownies that have baked for an hour.

  21. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    for 20 servings

    2 cups chocolate chip cookie dough
    2 cups cookie dough, m&m
    2 cups brownie mix, prepared with half of the recommended water
    8 sheets graham cracker
    4 oz chocolate
    1 cup mini marshmallows
    3 sheets pie crust
    2 cups apple pie filling
    2 cups pumpkin pie filling
    2 cups banana bread batter
    2 cups cheesecake batter
    Preheat oven to 300°F (150°C).
    Spray a baking tray with cooking spray, then line it with a piece of parchment that extends past the sides. These will be the handles to lift out the dessert.
    Visually dividing the pan into 8 equal rectangles, shape the chocolate chip cookie dough into a flat, even, rectangular shape that fits the divided section in the top left corner, making sure the edges are as straight and sharp as possible.
    Shape the m&m cookie dough into a similar rectangle in the section diagonally across from the chocolate chip cookie dough.
    Break the graham cracker sheets along their seams into pieces that are just as long as the cookie dough rectangles. Press them to form a wall in the bottom left section.
    Place 2 full graham cracker sheets in bottom of the section.
    Layer the chocolate evenly on top.
    Spread the marshmallows across the chocolate.
    In the section directly to the right of the chocolate chip cookie dough, carefully spread the brownie batter into a similar rectangular shape.
    Roll two of the pie crusts together with about a 3-inch overlap, then trim it into a rectangle.
    On the far right side of the pan, lay the rectangular sheet of pie crust over where the 2 rightmost sections would be. Press the pie crust into the edges of the pan, then trim off any excess that goes beyond the pan.
    Place a double layer strip of pie crust in the middle, creasing the dough near the bottom into the pie crust that was laid down in order to help it stick and stay up.
    Seal off the left exposed edge of the pie crust with another double strip of pie crust. You should now have 2 rectangles completely enclosed in pie crust.
    If the brownie mix has spread a little bit, push it back into its original rectangular shape.
    Add the apple pie filling to the bottom right square.
    Add the pumpkin pie filling to the top right square.
    Immediately spread the banana bread batter into the section between the brownie and the pie crust.
    Breaking another graham cracker sheet into pieces, form another wall along the bottom of the banana bread rectangle and the right of the m&m cookie dough.
    Lay down 2 more sheets of graham crackers inside that rectangle to form a base, then evenly spread the cheesecake batter on top.
    Bake for 1 hour.
    Cool completely, then slowly and carefully lift the entire dessert out using the parchment paper handles. Immediately transfer to a large cutting board.
    Make 8 evenly-spaced slices vertically and 4 slices horizontally, creating bars that are have 1, 2, or 4 flavors.

  22. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Dianis Mendoza R la primera receta, la de los postres es la que te hablaba el otro día…que lleva una variedad de las mejores tortas y postres…hasta que por fin lo encontré…mírala se hace agua la boca!!!

  23. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Just think how many dishes you have to clean after making this mess

  24. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    OK, the dessert one, not so simple. Were the batters used in this recipe chilled for an extended period of time? Using our own recipes, even cutting down the water in the brownie batter- this was a disaster. Making 8 different dessert batters, and left overs of the batter not used. This was a cluster. Looked great in theory, but executing it was another story.

  25. Anonymous said on February 13, 2018 Reply

    Aren’t most of these desserts cooked at different temperatures? Or will they really all be done through correctly?

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