Guest blog spot and a another giveaway!
Beautiful to look at, but hard to carry when full!
Good morning, new day!
Our family seems to be on the go a lot lately and not everyone seems to be home at the same time to eat dinner together. There are occasions when a grab-and-go meal comes in handy. We would often take advantage of the freezer-to-microwave foods, but these freshly prepared, meals in a bun are wonderful when right out of the oven and just as good when reheated. To make these hot pockets of chili cheese roll yumminess, you will need a package of either Rhodes Dinner Rolls or Rhodes Texas Rolls. In addition, you will need: 1 – 15 ounce can thick chili (take it out of the can and stir it up); 8 ounces cheddar cheese (I used white cheddar), cut into 12 cubes; non-stick cooking spray, toothpicks and a 12-count muffin pan. Pretty easy, right? Spray the cookie sheet with a non-stick cooking spray; place the frozen rolls on the cookie sheet, and then cover with sprayed plastic wrap. My little trick to do this is to put the plastic wrap over the rolls on the pan, then spray the top of wrap, then take the plastic wrap and flip it over, covering the rolls with the now sprayed plastic. It is easier to see exactly how large an area it is that needs to be sprayed. Let the rolls thaw until they are room temperature. Mine actually started rising before I caught them, but they
Don't judge a book by its cover.
I am missing Scott...right about now.
I did it, Stephanie...dyed some doilies, except I sprayed them with Glimmer Mist. Anyone want to make some of these dyed doilies? I want to try the food coloring next time. Let me know if you want try it with me!
Being a call-center associate definitely has its challenges.
As it turns out, the second attempt was much better than the first...Happy Valentine's Day!
I really need a good night's sleep!