I’d like to introduce you to my better half – my best friend.
The Father of our four daughters, our great provider, and my warm place.
As I’ve been in comment heaven . . . he ruined it,
with the look .
I could barely look at him . . . so I didn’t!
You all knew it anyway. I had to come clean before Sunday.
It wasn’t a lie . . . It was just April Fools, and it was fun.
I was utterly racked with guilt, and humiliation –
as my husband reminded me . . . “I should be!”
From the bottom of my heart, I thank you for all the sweetness.
I’ve never had comment sweetness before, and I became a glutton!
p.s…..my husband told me to say that.
But see . . . now I can call you all friends!
I will let you know very soon . . . who won the Spring green and the Flirty Pink Aprons.
It will be on my next post. I think I might even give away 4 of them!
It’s my way of repenting.
I thought I better bake something. Something Simple. Something Delicious.
It’s my way of sending sweetness back to you. Wish I could deliver them in person. I would you know!
Here’s what’s been cooking in my kitchen today, in between Conference . . . which was Splendid.
Good-bye Comments. It’s been so nice meeting your all. I will Miss you Greatly.
BUTTER FLAKE ORANGE ROLLS
I think we should make them together . . .Don’t me mad now.
Get back in this kitchen!
Start by thawing some Texas size Rhodes Rolls.
I thawed 12 of them.
Grab yourself a nice juicy orange.
careful now . . . don’t get the white stuff, cuz it’s bitter!
this to . . .
and they listened . . .
Smell – a – vision
Thanks again everyone – You’ve warmed my heart
EASY BUTTERFLAKE ORANGE ROLLS
12 Rhodes Texas Rolls, thawed but still cold
zest from 1 large orange
3/4 cup sugar
1/3 cup butter, melted
1 cup powdered sugar
1 tablespoon butter, melted
2-3 tablespoons fresh orange juice
Cut each Texas roll into 5 equal pieces. Flatten each piece slightly. In a small bowl, combine orange zest and sugar. Dip both sides of each roll piece into butter and then orange sugar mixture. Stack five pieces together and place, on their sides, in a well sprayed muffin cup. Cover with plastic wrap and let rise until double in size. Remove wrap and bake at 350°F 15-20 minutes. Remove from pan immediately and place on cooling rack. Combine icing ingredients and mix well. Brush over rolls while still warm.
Notes: *Zest: The thin outer peel of an Orange