Thursday, March 26, 2009
Thursday, March 19, 2009
In a small pan melt together 1/2 cup butter and 1 cup milk. Heat until butter is melted and mixture is warm. In the Bosch mixer with the dough hook:
Yes, today was a good baking day! While I was letting the dough sit for a minute, it completely rose out of the top! There is no way to get out of letting the children give it a few pokes.
Now this is enough dough to make at least 2-3 loaves of bread (and sweet breads are extra yummy just with butter and honey!), plus 1 and half pans of cinnamon rolls.
On an oiled counter top, roll out a large portion of dough into a large rectangle about 1/2" thick.
Brush well with melted butter and sprinkle with ground cinnamon. Brush again to distribute the cinnamon.
Place rolls in a greased baking dish. Leave a little space between each so they may rise without becoming too crowded!
Bake in a 350 degree oven for 25-30 minutes until brown and done.
I added 1/2 cup of coconut milk powder, but that is optional. Coconut milk powder is usually found in specialty baking stores. Enjoy!
Many blessings, ~*~Jessica~*~
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
"Faith...the evidence of things not seen. (Heb 11:1 KJV).
What realities can we be sure of? There is a popular notion about prayer which assumes that the thing asked for ought to be the object of faith--"Lord, give me this or that," wherefore "this" and "that" become the realities. No. The Bible states the absolutes that we can be certain of: the character of God, his love, his will that we be conformed to his Son's likeness, his sovereign control of all the universe. When faith latches on to those realities which we do not see with our eyes, it can never be confounded. If it makes the thing asked for its object, faith itself will dissolve if the Lord's answer is no, or not yet, or wait.
"In Thee, O Lord, do I put my trust. Let me never be put to confusion" (Ps 71:1 AV).
Sunday, March 15, 2009
Jog just to mix up and add:
Friday, March 6, 2009
There are so many other filling besides the ones we used! Some other good fillings are~ roasted vegetables, prosciutto, ham, fresh herbs, shredded beef, seasoned chopped chicken, deli meats and practically any kind of cheese!
Thursday, March 5, 2009
Would anyone like a quick lesson on how to put lace on the bottom of dresses? I always used to hem. I don't anymore.. I took some pictures and thought about posting a quick lesson.
Nothing too fancy, very simple. I meant to show the back neckline which hangs lower. They have pretty pearl buttons on the back.
Not many healthcare plans cover maternity. Just looking over some options with my husband's insurance coverage through his work was eye-opening. We went all the way up to the $900 a month plan, $1500 deductible and you still pay 20% and they still at that cost did not cover maternity.
Ridiculous! The world is made by having children, people are going to have children regardless if healthcare covers it, or are they? How sneaky is that agenda? Who is behind the wheel of these healthcare plans?
If you stay alert you will see more and more of this happening. The world is literally going down the road of trying to control us and quick. Well, my two cents here, midwives are going to be in popular demand and soon. What a blessing though, what a blessing. Reinstating old testament values.. so to the loose nut behind the wheel... we say thank you!
Why were we looking at maternity? Yes, the Lord blessed us again, baby 11 is due in November.