The sweetest thing happened to me yesterday.
I was strolling down the aisle at Walmart . . . when the cutest girl ever, with her darling little daughter stopped me.
She said . . . “Are you the Lady from Get Off Your Butt and BAKE?”
I laughed and smiled.
“Yes” . . . I said.
“You’re like a celebrity.” . . . she said.
“You’re so funny.” . . . I said.
(Thinking to myself . . . I’m so small peas in the blog world)
Then . . . my face turned nineteen shades of red!
It just so happened to be one of those days when you hesitate going anywhere. I woke up with big bags under my eyes . . . the kind where you could almost float a boat. My hair fought me for two hours, and I felt & looked as if a mack truck had run over me! I’m quite sure she probably walked away . . . quite disappointed.
In all my embarrassment, I failed to ask her name.
So . . . to the beautiful girl who stopped me in Walmart . . .
THANK YOU FOR MAKING MY DAY!
It seems that time is running quickly, and I find myself always trying to play catch up. Last year I shared my Crescent Roll recipe with you , along with all our families favorite Thanksgiving Day Recipes. If you need to take a look at our Thanksgiving Day menu, just click here. Since I tend to always make the same tried & true recipes . . . I feel as if I have nothing to share this year! I will share some tempting pictures though, and possibly a few notes from today. If you need a roll making Tutorial, click here.
Yes . . . today I put up my Christmas tree and made these delicious Rolls.
They freeze very well, so it’s quite o.k. if you make them now.
I asked my hubbie . . . “If you could only have one thing for Thanksgiving Dinner, what would it be?”
He said . . . “Your Crescent Rolls.”
I can hardly wait to see the look on his face, when that’s the only thing on his plate! . . . hee hee.
You know me, I always try to find a way to sweeten things up a bit.
. . . and I did, and you can to.
After you’re tired of making regular rolls, make some Cinnamon Crescent rolls.
Spread a good dose of melted butter over your circle of dough.
Sprinkle a lot of Brown Sugar over that butter, and sprinkle with Cinnamon.
I cut the dough with a pizza cutter . . . so simple.
Place the rolls on a greased baking sheet, and brush with more melted butter.
Let rolls rise until Double in size, then bake at 350 degrees for about 15 to 20 minutes.
Just make a simple glaze consisting of:
1 cup powdered sugar, 2 tablespoons melted butter, 1 tsp. vanilla and enough milk added to make the right consistency.
I’ve only just begun my baking for the holidays.
If you are looking for certain recipes or have questions about some of our Thanksgiving Day recipes . . . just ask!
I also want to Thank those of you who take the time to leave me sweet comments . . . I love you.
Make these soon, they will be the first thing to disappear from your table.
OUR FAVORITE ROLL RECIPE
*You will want to double this recipe…..for sure!