Friday, December 24, 2010

We Have Our Winners!!

The winners of our Friendly Friday "Family Traditions" and this beautiful Kissing Crystal

 from Anastasia's Attic   Are.........

 Samantha of Samantha's Custom Images


 Jacqueline of Purple Chocolat Home

Congrats Ladies!! Send me your mailing address to and I will get them in the mail to you. I know it's a bit late to use them this year but I hope this little beauty will add a whole lot of kissing at your house next year ;)
Merry Christmas

Monday, December 20, 2010

Rolo (cookie) Treats

Have you ever stumbled across and incredible recipe that is sooooo easy, fast, inexpensive and just so good you can't stop making now you have. This will probably be my pick for favorite  holiday recipe for 2010.

Rolo Cookie Treats


•Small pretzels (round or square) I like the square myself but couldn't always find them

•ROLO Candies (Chewy Caramels in Milk Chocolate)

•Pecan halves


1. Heat oven to 350°F. Line cookie sheet with parchment paper or foil.

2. Place one pretzel for each pretzel treat desired on prepared sheet. Top each pretzel with one ROLO Chewy Caramel in Milk Chocolate.

3. Bake 3 to 5 minutes or until caramel piece begins to soften, but not melt. Remove from oven; top with either pecan half or additional pretzel. Cool completely.

Friday, December 17, 2010

Friendly Friday!!!

Well, it's Friendly Friday and you know what that means....You get to win a prize!!!!!

As I said in my last post...Tradition is a word that seems to pop up a lot at this time of the year. We talked about traditional foods and recipes that our family looks forward to each year. But there are other types of traditions as well.

Our family has a big party every year and we invite all of our friends and family to come but to get in you have to bring a toy for the Toy's For Tot's drive.It is something very dear to my heart.

We take our children and grandchildren to see the lights at Temple Square.

And for pie and hot chocolate afterwards at the local Village Inn.

Traditions can be something you just started and plan to continue each year or something that has been passed down for generations. Different cultures have different Holiday traditions.

 I know a friend of mine who is German and they hide an ornament that looks like a pickle some place on the tree and the first person to find it wins a prize.

Kissing under the mistletoe is a very old tradition. I was going to research it and find out it's roots but hey it's the week before Christmas and who has that kind of time....LOL

There have been songs and poems written about it. Relationships have started with that first sweet kiss under the mistletoe. Arguments forgotten, and families started all because of this wonderful thing called mistletoe.

OK, I did say you could win something right? So here it is....a beautiful Mistletoe Kissing Crystal.

Hang it up year after year and let the smooching begin. Just share with me some of your family traditions and's Christmas...make it TWO lucky people will win one of their very own!! can't win if you don't play!! You just have to be a follower or become one and leave me a message about your family traditions!!
Contest closes at midnight on Thursday Dec. 23, 2010

I am linking this to: Dittle Dattle Amaze Me Monday

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Traditional Holiday Recipes

During the holidays we hear the word Tradition a lot. We have Traditions in our family,Traditions with friends, Traditions in our decorating, Traditions with food, and the list goes on.....

In our family at Christmas we have two Traditional recipes that never fail to please.

Brown Sugar Pound Cake and Muddy Buddies.

The Brown Sugar Pound Cake is  a recipe from my sister Marinita. Who I affectionately call "Sissy"
This cake is soooo good. It goes great with a cup of hot tea, hot chocolate, a cup of coffee or my favorite...a cold glass of milk. Every time I make it and take it someplace I am invited back for AND the cake are invited back again...LOL
This cake needs no frosting. After cooling it has a crunchy crust that forms on the top that is to die for.
It is a Southern Classic and a Family Favorite!

Look at how moist this pound cake is!

Sissy's Brown Sugar Pound Cake
1 Box light brown sugar (
1 Cup granulated sugar
1 Cup solid shortening (I use Crisco)
1 Stick butter
5 eggs (at room temp.)
1 Cup milk
3 Cups all purpose flour
1 tsp. vanilla
1/2 tsp. maple flavoring
1/2 tsp. baking powder
1 cup broken up (not chopped) walnuts
*Walnuts are optional but they really make a difference if you like them*

Preheat oven to 300
Grease and flour bunt pan or loaf pans. If using loaf pans you will want to check them more often as the cooking time is shorter.

Cream butter and shortening.
Add the 2 sugars and mix well.
Add eggs one at a time mixing well after each addition.
Mix flour and baking powder in a separate bowl.
Alternate adding flour mixture and milk to the creamed mixture.
Add vanilla and maple flavoring, mix well
Add nuts.
Bake 1 1/2 -2 hours.
Cake is done when knife inserted comes out clean.
I know it may seem a bit overwhelming at first but this cake is not hard and it is sooooo worth it!!

Muddy Buddies have been around for a long time, in fact the recipe was originally called "Puppy Chow" and I think we each have our own favorite cereal or combination of ingredients we like to use. I first tasted these about 25 years ago when my sister-in-law Patti made some. And I still love them. At that time we made them with "Chex Cereal" But over the years I have changed to "Crispix" cereal. I think the shape, texture and taste is a lot better. They kind of look like snowflakes.

Muddy Buddies

1 box Crispix cereal (12 oz)
1 bag semi sweet cchocolate chips (12 oz)
1 stick of butter at room temperature
1 cup creamy peanut butter
3 1/2 cups powdered sugar
1 paper grocery sack.

Empty cereal into a large bowl and set aside
Put the powered sugar in paper grocery sack and set aside
Combine butter, peanut butter and chocolate chips in a medium sauce pan and melt over medium heat, stirring the whole time so it doesn't stick or burn.

When all is melted and combined and smooth, slowly pour it over cereal and gently stir until all cereal is well coated with chocolate mixture.

Then pour into the paper sack with the powered sugar.
Close top of bag tight, and shake until all cereal is coated and a beautiful white. Let cool

Now you are ready to put your wonderful muddie buddies into a pretty, cello bag, or container of your choice to share with your family and friends.

I added a pretty ornament to dress it up a little!

Do you have recipes you make every year during the holidays  recipes that you always make every year during he holidays because it is "Tradition"

Mango Chicken Chili

Mango Chicken Chili

It sure does get cold here in Utah! And as a working mom I am always looking for one more recipe that is quick, cost effective, yummy and falls under the guide lines of "Comfort Food" and this recipe really hits the spot. I got this recipe from my oh so talented friend Jacki over at Purple Chocolat Home. Sneak over there and take a will love her too!


1 container Mango Salsa (from Costco)

2 - 14.5 oz. cans chicken broth

2 C. frozen white corn

1 tsp. cumin

the meat from 1 rotisserie chicken, cut small

Place in crock pot and simmer for 3 hours.

Place garnishes out and let guests

top their soup with:

sour cream

lime wedges

avocado cubes

grated pepper jack cheese

tortilla chips

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Coconut Anyone???

Okay if you know anything about me at all you know I LOVE COCONUT!!! And I will eat it in or on just about anything. I found a new blog "See Jane In The Kitchen" and found this recipe. It is her mom's recipe and of course I just had to share it with you. I have not made it yet, but I will this weekend. I can just tell by the picture I am going to love it and so will you!!

Jane has a ton of fun recipes. make sure to stop by her blog and say hi.

 Jane's Mom's coconut bread

4 eggs, beaten

2 cups sugar

1 cup oil

1 Tablespoon coconut extract

3 cups flour

1/2 teaspoon baking powder

1/2 teaspoon baking soda

1/2 teaspoon salt

1 cup buttermilk

1 cup shredded coconut

1 cup chopped pecans

In a medium bowl, mix eggs, sugar, oil and coconut extract. In a separate bowl, combine flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt. Alternate adding flour and buttermilk to egg mixture. Fold in coconut and pecans.

Bake at 325 degrees for an hour or until a toothpick comes out clean.


1 cup sugar

1/2 cup water

1 teaspoon coconut extract

1 teaspoon almond extract

2 Tablespoons butter

Put butter, sugar and water in a saucepan and boil for 5 minutes. Remove from heat and add almond and coconut. Pour over warm bread and let sit for a couple of hours to soak in.

Makes 2 large loaves or 6 small loaves.

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Yummy Roasted Root Veggies

I love all the fall and winter root vegetables, but don't know many way to make them. I found a couple of recipes on one of my favorite blogs "The Sister's Cafe" and knew I had to share. This next one is so yummy even your pickiest eaters will love it. They have a lot of wonderful recipes to share so make sure and stop over there and check them out.

Roasted Root Vegetables

( Melanie ~The Sisters Cafe)

2 tablespoons olive oil

2 to 3 cloves garlic, minced

salt and pepper to taste

1 pound medium-sized potatoes

1 pound sweet potatoes

4 to 6 carrots

1/2 medium-sized red onion

Preheat oven to 400°. Peel vegetables and chop into 1-inch cubes, or bite size pieces for the carrots. In a medium bowl, toss chopped vegetables with olive oil and garlic. Drizzle in more oil if everything did not get coated. Spread vegetables in a single layer on a baking sheet and sprinkle liberally with salt and pepper. Place pan in the oven and roast for 40 minutes, stirring after the first 20 minutes. Serve immediately. Alter any ingredients to your taste. You can use this same olive oil + garlic + salt and pepper method for any assortment of veggies, or try spicing things up by adding some red wine vinegar or fresh herbs to the mix too.

This next one is just plain good. What a great side dish along with any course. I have made them with chicken, pork, turkey, and beef and they are always great.

Herb-Roasted Potatoes

( Erin ~

¼ cup olive oil

1 ½ tablespoons fresh lemon juice

2 tsp garlic powder

1 tsp dried thyme

1 tsp dried rosemary

1 tsp dried marjoram

¼ tsp dried oregano

¼ tsp salt

¼ tsp ground black pepper

3 russet potatoes (about 2 ¼ pounds), scrubbed (do not peel), cut into ½ -inch cubes

Preheat oven to 400°F. Combine all ingredients except potatoes in large bowl. Stir to blend well. Add potatoes to seasoning; toss to coat. Transfer potatoes to large rimmed baking sheet, spreading out in single layer. Bake until brown and tender, about 40 minutes, turning potatoes halfway through cooking.

*Remember to go on over and check out this amazing blog for more yummy recipes...just click "HERE" *

Friday, December 3, 2010

Adventures In Decorating

Good Morning All....yes it is very early here but I am excited to share something with you. When I started this blog it was for the purpose of sharing recipes, but over time I have added all kinds of little tidbits I thought you might enjoy. You all know I am a blog stalker! Always looking for wonderful other bloggers willing to share their talents. Well you are in for a treat!!

This is Becca.

I found her blog "Adventures In Decorating" and just fell in love. Not only does she live in the South and you all know I am very proud of my southern roots. But....this lady has mad decorating skills. I fell in love with her Nutcracker Mantel......

Then I saw her adorable kitchen with Mr & Mrs Santa Claus and the adorable gingerbread cookies. OMGosh this lady has talent. Her attention to detail is amazing. I just couldn't stop scrolling down and looking at older post's because I just had to see what else she has done. And I was not disappointed. Her house is beautiful and just filled with Southern Charm with a  classy edge. I have recommended blogs to you before but this one is a must see. And if you are stuck for decorating ideas this year, you won't be after a visit with Becca at Adventures In Decorating. Click HERE to visit her and her beautiful home.
I have heard of a blog crush, but didn't know what it meant util now....LOL

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Fantastic Recipe Site!!!

Want to know what is going on in the kitchen at the north pole?  Click HERE for some amazing recipes straight from Mrs. Claus and her wonderful little helpers. There is also fun things for the kids to do.

Friday, November 26, 2010

Contest Winner and Yummy Recipe!!

Congratulations Elena Lunt!!!! This is Lena and her two sweet little girls Lexie and Chloe.

 You are our Friendly Friday Winner. You will receive 2 dozen custom themed gourmet cupcakes from Bumble Cakes. You sure are in for a treat. There is no better cupcakes on the face of the earth!!! And the moment you meet Tatum the sweet owner of Bumble Cakes you will love her as much as I do!! Make sure to save me one from Lexi's party....they are my favorite!!

Now for our Yummy are going to LOVE THIS!!!

This recipe was given to me by a good friend Faith Bannister. I worked with her husband Terry in his family owned restaurant "Ken's Bar B Que" in Lake City Florida many, many years ago. Faith is a real sweetheart and one of the people I miss most from when I lived there.
This recipe is good any time but now around the is even BETTER!!

Blueberry Crunch

1 package of frozen blueberries = 3 cups

1 cup sugar

1 box yellow cake mix

1 stick butter

1 cup chopped pecans

1 can crushed pineapple (#2)

In a 9x13 greased pan, spread undrained pineapple in pan, layer the blueberries and 3/4 cups sugar.. Sprinkle dry cake mix over this. Drizzle melted butter over all. Top with pecans and remaining 1/4 sugar. Bake at 350 for 35 to 40 minutes. After about 25 minutes cut with spoon down through mixture in several places to let juice come up through.
Wonderful all by it's self but even better with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!!!

Friday, November 19, 2010

Friendly Friday Contest

Do you like these....

what about these....

or these....

OK, now we can wipe the drool off our chins and find out who is being featured on Friendly Friday!!

This is Tatum and she is the owner of Bumble Cakes. It is an amazing company owned by and amazing woman. She is not only incredibly beautiful but oh so talented. Her cakes, cupcakes and cookies are to die for. I am pretty picky about frosting and I can tell you without a doubt hers is he best. One of her sugar cookies alone could put you in a diabetic coma, but ooooooh what a way to go. Check out her blog or find her on facebook for ideas, pictures, and flavor options that will leave your mouth watering!!

Tatum Says: If you can dream it, we can create it!

Bumble Cakes are scrumptious desserts designed to put a smile on your face. Perfect for all occasions, these creative custom confections will sweeten your day and leave you asking for more. We blend premium ingredients and lots of imagination to give you something extraordinary!

Would you like to win 2 dozen custom theme cupcakes? Well you can in 2 easy steps.

1. You need to be a follower or become a follower on this blog and leave a message here on why you would like to win the cupcakes.

2.You need to go to Tatum's Blog (Bumble Cakes) and become a follower there.
See I told you it was easy!!

That's choose the flavor, you chose the theme, you choose the colors...yep it's all about YOU!! And it is FREE!!!!

 Winner will be picked next Friday November 26th!

**Remember you can also find her on Facebook. Just find her page and "Like" it!**

Friday, November 5, 2010

We Have A Winner!!!

Well, My first "Friendly Friday" didn't go as well as I wanted it to. But we will keep trying. Maybe it just takes a little time. So since only two people followed ALL the instructions I only had to flip a coin for the winner and the winner is.........Tammy Walters Hanney!! Congratulations Tammy, and thanks for playing.

We are doing another fun contest this month and everyone will want this prize. I will give you a hint and the hint is.... CC!

Beth's Holiday Punch

 Our recipe today is from a close family friend named Beth Carol Price. She is an amazing young woman, very beautiful, talented and can sing like a bird! I believe the first time I had this punch was at her wedding. Then I had it again at her house just a week ago at a baby shower....I knew I wanted it on the blog.

It is a great for large parties and entertaining  is one of my favorite things to do, especially around the holidays.  My family is getting bigger everyday and this punch is sooo good, goes a long way and is cost effective.


1 can of jellied cranberry sauce

1 jug of cranberry cocktail (about) 48 oz?

2 cups of pineapple juice

1-2 cups of sugar ( I would do 2)

Blend it all up well and then put into two gallon sized zip lock bags and freeze

When ready to use put in a punch bowl and fill with sprite.

Thanks Beth, I love this punch and know others will too.

**I am so thankful for good friends who support me, uplift me and inspire me.**

Friday, October 29, 2010

Our First Friendly Friday

I told you last month that I was starting something called Friendly Friday. Each Friday I will post a recipe  from a friend, except the third Friday of each month (yes I know this is the LAST Friday of the month) I will post a contest or a contest featuring a local company. Hey...either way you get to win something!!

Our first Friendly Friday company is (drum roll please).............

GQ Dental
1275 Fort Union Boulevard
Midvale, UT84047
Phone: (801) 676-8100

Dr. Grant Quayle and his wonderful staff are an amazing group. They are kind and sensitive to your needs and yes...your fears. They know that some of us are a little afraid of the dentist. They go above and beyond to make your visit as pleasant and comfortable as possible. Nicole is the office manager (and my daughter). She will do everything she can to assist you with your insurance or payment needs. If you are looking for a a dental office just like I described above, give them a call. I am sure after your first visit you will grow to love them as much as I do!!
GQ Dental Mission Statement:We are committed to making a positive difference in our patients lives and health through the education and promotion of personal responsibility for improved health. We are committed to continually refining and updating our knowledge, skills, and expertise so that we can contribute fully to our patients well being. We love what we do, and have fun doing it!

Okay...I know...I know...the prize right!!! Okay the prize donated by GQ Dental is.....a complete teeth whitening system!! That's those family holiday pictures coming up and want to have those pearly whites...well..pearly white then here is what you do.

1. You have to become a Follower of Crickets Cafe and then leave a comment on the blog saying you are a follower and would like to win the prize.

2. Find GQ Dental on Facebook and leave a comment there.

Easy Right?
Winner will be announced next Friday November 5th


Wednesday, October 27, 2010

It's almost here!!!

Our First "Friendly Friday" is almost here. Come help us celebrate this Friday October 29th. And enter to win a really cool prize!!

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

We Have A Winner

We have a winner for our awesome black witches hat from Anastasia's Attic.

It is Pat from Gypsey Heart and Soul. Go over and say hi and congratulate her on her prize.
Thank you to all that entered. I will be doing contest every month and would love for all of you to come back and enter each time.

Beautiful Fabric Pumpkins

I saw some really amazing fabric Halloween pumpkins on one of my favorite blogs. The Idea Room but I can't sew a stitch so I totally put them out of my mind. I forgot that I did send the link to my BFF Tammy a long time ago so she could see how cute they were.

Well, guess what...she can sew and sew she did. What a great surprise. They are soooo cute!!

And she made my daughter Nicole some too! She walked the canal bank behind her house looking for just the right sticks for the pumpkin stems!

She is so talented and is always coming up with something that really makes me smile. I don't think there is anything she can't do. Thanks Tammy I love my pumpkins and I love YOU!!!

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Look What I Found!!

I love this new blog I found. Beyond The Picket Fence. And She does a Linky Party every Thursday. Beyond The Picket Fence
It's so much fun. Check it out!!

Friday, October 22, 2010

Pear Muffins

I LOVE PEARS!!!!! Green pears, Yellow pears, Bartlet pears, Asian pears, juice dripping down my chin pears. I only get them once in a great while because no one likes them except my son Brandon and he is all grown up and doesn't live here anymore. As I was thinking about how much I really love fruit and pears especially I started looking for recipes with pears in it. Of course one of my favorite blogs A Whisk and A Prayer had one.....she always has yummy recipes...that's why she is one of my favorites.

PEAR MUFFINS Can you say OMGosh...these are soooo good!!!

Go here for the recipe. A Whisk and A Prayer.

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Halloween Hat Give-A-Way!

I have just made a new friend and found the most amazing blog (well two actually) because I also found her sister's blog as well. Red Couch Recipes.

My new friend is Jacqueline and her blog is Purple Chocolat Home. She is such a cutie and her blog is so much fun.

After meeting through the blog world and then in person at Anastasia's Attic we decided to join together and have a contest. She is a big fan of the store and I am a big fan of hers and since our fabulous velvet witch hats are soooo nice we decided to give one away.

Jacqueline and her granddaughter Kylie stopped by and paid us a visit at the store. Tara (the owner of Anastasia's Attic) and Kylie both look so cute don't they? And yes, that is the hat one lucky winner will get.

Giveaway Rules

To be entered in the contest you must be a

follower of all three:

1. Purple Chocolat Home

2. Anastasia's Attic - follow them on Facebook


3. Cricket's Cafe - Cricket is the manager of Anastasia's Attic

Leave a comment on each for one chance each at

winning the hat.

The contest will run from Sunday evening Oct. 17 and

Saturday midnight Oct. 24.

Contest only open to residents of the United States

and Canada. Winner will be chosen using

You must include your email address so that we can

contact you to mail the hat to you.

Monday, October 11, 2010

Pumpkin Anything And Everything!!

I love the taste of pumpkin!! Pumpkin pie, pumpkin chocolate chip cookies, pumpkin brownies, and I loooooove pumpkin pancakes! So today while I was sneaking around doing my Monday morning blog stalking I found a wonderful new blog (well, new to me that is) she has many fans as you will see by how many followers she has.

As I was poking around what did I see.....a wonderful new pumpkin recipe  looking back at me. OK, I really did get excited. So excited I am going to share it with you BEFORE I even try it...LOL
I can just look at the picture and tell I am going to love them!!

These pumpkin pecan biscotti look so good I could almost smell and taste them. Click here to find the wonderful recipe and poke around a little yourself.

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Saturday Morning Scones

Our good friends Jim and Regina Essex taught me how to make these one beautiful and chilly morning while our families were camping. I love to make them on Saturday mornings during the fall and winter. They are soooo easy and everyone can pick their favorite topping.

The ingredients are soooo easy, there are just two!

Biscuits : I like the Pillsbury Grands but this is what I had on hand today
Oil for frying: My favorite is Crisco but you could use whatever you like.

Open your biscuits and let them sit out just long enough to take the chill off. They are easier to work with that way.

Then start to gently stretch them. Above is a picture of before and after. The Pillsbury brand tends to get a little bigger.  Get them all stretched out and then heat your oil. I don't use a thermometer, I just heat it till when the edge of one of the biscuits is dipped in it starts to bubble.

Using a pair of tongs gently place the biscuits in the hot oil. I usually never do more than four at a time as to not cool down the oil too much. When they are golden brown on one side carefully use tongs to flip them over.

When they are beautiful and golden brown on both sides I remove them to a plate with paper towels to absorb any leftover oil.

Then the fun part begins...choosing the toppings! My son loves them with butter and honey. My husband loves them with homemade jam. I love them with a glaze or sometimes even maple syrup.

Add a cold glass of milk (for me) or a cup of hot chocolate  (for my sweet husband) and you have a simple and oh so yummy Saturday Morning Scone Breakfast!

Monday, September 27, 2010

Something New!!

We are starting something new here at Cricket's Cafe. It is called Friendly Friday. Each Friday I will either feature a recipe from a friend, or follower, or we will feature another blog, or a local business. When we feature a local business you will get the chance to win a prize.

The rules are really easy!

1. You have to already be or become a follower of Cricket's Cafe. And leave me a message that you are a follower.
2. You need to leave a comment about the recipe, blog, or company on my blog.
3. If you have a blog, you need to post something about it on there. If you don't have a blog of your own then you post about it on your facebook page.

Seeeee I told you it was easy!

  Please send all recipes to If you have a picture of the dish and a picture of yourself that helps.

Our first Friendly Friday is this Friday Oct. 29, 2010
I can't wait to see what yummy recipes we get. I am also sending out invites for to all my friends in the area who have a business. You will get a lot of free blog advertising for the cost of a small prize. So don't be surprised when I call or email you!

Happy Monday Everyone!

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Pumpkin-Pecan Pie Oatmeal

Doesn't this look soooooo good. What a great combination of flavors. I am making it next weekend for my family. I can almost smell it cooking right now. What a perfect breakfast for a chilly fall morning. I bet my daughter Brittany is going to love it!!

I found it on one of my favorite blogs. A Whisk and A Prayer. Go there for the full recipe and  while you are there poke around a little. I bet it will turn into one of your favorite blogs too.

Cricket's Garlic Rolls

I was raised in Miami Florida and there were many great places to eat. But there was one  by the beach called Marcella's...or at least I thik that was the name. Anyway it was the best Italian food you could ever eat. The garlic rolls alone were to die for. These are just like the originals except....I didn't have to make dough. I say why...Pillsbury did it for me!!

They are great any time but during the winter months when I tend to make more soups, stews, chili and casseroles they are perfect!!!

Marcella's Garlic Rolls

Make in advance. The longer it sits the better.

In glass jar with lid mix first 4 ingredients. I just use a mason jar

4-9 FRESH Cloves of Garlic Minced(I use the minced kind in the jar) ** 1/2 teasponn of the kind in a jar equals 1 clove of fresh garlic**
2T Dried Parsley
1T Dried Thyme
1 Cup Olive Oil
Kosher Salt

Place first 4 ingredients in a jar with a lid, shake it to mix it. The longer it is in here the better.


The Rolls:

2- packages of Pillsbury Bread Sticks.
Unroll bread sticks and take them apart stretch each bread stick and then cut in thirds.. Tie in KNOT just like you would do a Knot on the end of a string for sewing. Bake according to package directions.

But you just want them to Start to BROWN BUT NOT BE DARK.
Put them in a plastic basket put waxed paper on the bottom.. Shake sauce pour over the top of the rolls.

Mix until coated then sprinkle with Kosher salt.

Monday, September 13, 2010

Apple Cider Spice Doughnuts

With a hint of Fall in the air, and Halloween decorations already in all of the stores my mind has turned to hot chocolate, hot apple cider, pumpkin pie and warm doughnuts. I just found the most wonderul recipe that has TWO of my favorites all in one!! Apple Cider Spice Doughnuts! Click on the words and you will be taken to this most wonderful recipe. And if you make some, come back and leave a comment so we all know how you like them...oh...and save me one please!