Strawberry Cream Cheese Rolls


Some time ago I was reading Judy at Patchwork Times’ blog and she mentioned a  YouTube channel called I’m Still Working.  The gal that presents the videos there is really great.  I love the videos.   She cans a lot and cooks in the good old fashion simple way.  There are videos and videos and videos there.  Once we get moved and life settles down I hope to try many of her recipes.

One recipe that really caught my attention was the video and recipe and for Strawberry Cream Cheese Rolls.

Hubby came in the house, ate a roll and said-”Um, I think there’s a problem with these”.  Then he paused and said, “I don’t think you can make enough of them.”  He loved them.  I do too.

You can find the video/recipe on making them here.

Mine don’t look as good as her’s.  I mixed mine with my mixer and think I shouldn’t have added the last little bit of flour.  It didn’t hurt the taste though.

I just wrote vanilla pudding on the grocery list.  I want to have some on hand to make these again….YUM!!

Overnight Casserole


Last week I have shown you how I was tackling meals lately cooking many things at once, storing them in the refrigerator and popping them in the over as we needed them.  (if you missed that it’s here.)  One of the recipes was called Overnite Casserole.

I started making it a few years ago when we had the chickens.  We always had so many eggs and this recipe uses four so it was great for that.  What I like now is the simplicity of making it the day before and having it the next day.


It’s not a glamorous meal but it is good and handy.  Here’s the recipe….

2 cups raw macaroni (I used wheat pasta)
1 onion chopped fine
4 hard boiled eggs cut up
1/2 pound cheese
1 pound ground beef (I use 1 1/2 pounds)-browned
1 can cream of mushroom
3 cups milk
I added a can of mushrooms too.

Combine all the ingredients and put into a small roaster.  Let stand in a refrigerator overnight.  Bake at 350 for 1 hour.  This was from an Amish cook book.  The directions go on further to say 2 1/2 recipes worth fills a big roaster (good to know if I am ever feeding a crew)

I ended up putting mine in a crock pot and putting it on high for two hours.  We were away and I wanted it ready when we got back from working at the new house.

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