Yields: 4-6 Roti
Estimated Cook Time: 3-5 Minutes
Total Time Estimate: 15-20 Minutes
1 C Flour (self-rising)
1/2 t Salt
1 T Oil (your choice)
- Heat roti pan on medium heat until hot (while roti pan is heating up, move to the next steps)
- Mix above ingredients in a bowl until well combined
- Separate dough mixture into 4 to 6 golf ball size portions
- Place each dough portion onto floured surface and roll out thinly
Roti pan should now be hot
- Place each rolled dough portion onto hot roti pan (one at a time)
- Brown on one side, flip, brown on the other side (one at a time)
Remove from roti pan and serve hot!
These freeze well for make a head meal planning and are highly versatile (add onion, garlic, cilantro… anything you like, use small amounts and follow same cooking instruction as above).
Yields: 12 Muffins
Estimated Bake Time: 15 -17 Minutes
Total Time Estimate: 30-40 Minutes
2 C Oak Bran Hot Cereal (Uncooked)
1/4 C Brown sugar (Firmly packed)
2 t Baking Powder
1/2 t Salt
1 C Whole Milk (2% can be used)
2 Eggs (Slightly beaten)
1/4 C Honey
2 T Vegetable oil
Optional: 1/2 C Blueberries or 1/2 C smashed ripe banana
Preheat oven to 425 degrees F.
Line 12 muffin tins with cupcake liners (use muffin pan for best shape)
Combine all dry ingredients; until well blended.
Add milk, eggs, honey and oil; mix just until dry ingredients are moistened.
Fill each liner 3/4 full.
Bake 15-17 Minutes or until golden brown.
Serve warm, Enjoy!
Happy New Year !
To kick things off, my recipe for Deviled Eggs and ‘cheers’ to an egg-cel-lent, 2018!
Total Time Estimate: 30 Minutes
||red wine vinegar
||salt to taste
||black pepper to taste
||paprika (for garnish)
Read entire set of instructions before beginning …
Place uncooked eggs in medium size sauce pan and cover with water.
Heat water/eggs to boiling (on medium heat) and time for 5 minutes, once water begins to boil.
Place ice in a medium size glass or metal bowl and fill 1/2 with water, set aside.
Gently, drain hot water from the pan. Begin to crack each egg-shell with a firm smack on the top of the egg with the bottom of a metal spoon. Note: crack the egg while still in the pan to avoid burning your hands.
Once cracked, place each egg in the bowl of iced water. The eggs will cool quickly, once cooled enough to handle comfortably, peel off the shell and set aside.
Slice each egg length-wise and spoon the yolk from the egg-white into a mixing bowl while placing the empty halves on a serving tray.
Gather all items from the ingredients list and mix together until very smooth. You may need to use a fork during this part in order to crumble the yolk finely.
Evenly spoon the mixture into the egg white halves and sprinkle with the paprika, serve and enjoy!
These are a great ‘make-ahead’ type of appetizer and can be stored in a container, in the fridge for the following day.
My office is holding a Holiday Luncheon this week and I signed up to bring Cheesecake!
To make it easy for folks to pick it up and go, I have decided to make my famous Cheesecake Cups!!
These are homemade, no-bake and so delish everyone will want seconds!
What You Will Need :
- Stand Mixer
- 1 Lg. Bowl
- 1 Sm. Bowl
- 2 Mixing Spoons
- 12-24 Dessert cups with Lids (quantity depends on serving size of choice)
1 1/2 C. Graham Cracker Crumbs
1/3 C. Packed Brown Sugar
1/3 C. Butter (melted)
Directions : *Stir together graham cracker crumbs, brown sugar and melted butter until mixed well.
Press equal amounts in the bottom of each dessert cup. 12-24 dependent on the serving size that you choose.
16 oz. Cream Cheese
2 t. Lemon Juice
1 Pint Heavy Whipping Cream
1/3 C. White Sugar
Directions : Mix cream cheese and lemon juice until soft.
Add whipping cream and mix until thick.
Add sugar and continue mixing until mixture is stiff.
Pour equal amounts in crust prepped cups – 12-24 dependent on the serving size that you choose.
Chill overnight in the fridge and serve with your favorite coffee or tea – Enjoy!
*Optional Items :
1/2 t. Ground Cinnamon
21 oz. Pie Filling Of Choice (top each dessert cup with pie filling before securing lid)
Watch My ‘How To’ Video Here:
So many good things all wrapped up into a single day!
I am taking just a moment to claim the gratefulness that I have in time with family, friends, fur babies and in the ability to fill hungry bellies today.
We grilled out, we laughed, we ate (still eating) and we celebrate our health and simple things in this life…
One of the main attractions on today’s menu was ‘grilled apples’ !!
Simply take a whole washed apple and wrap snuggly in foil (poke a few holes in the side with a fork for faster cook time) and place on the bun warmer the entire time you are grilling. When you check them, if your fork inserts smoothly and easily, they are done!
I hope this day finds you and your family enjoying the peace, company, and rest on yet another Labor Day. If you are working today a BIG Thank You, to you…so others might enjoy a service that you provided!