Wednesday, April 23, 2008

~Strawberry Cobbler~

This recipe can be made with any fruit but I prefer fresh fruit to canned. You could use splenda to substitute the sugar. For a topping you can use coowhip, vanilla or strawberry Ice cream. Garnish with fresh strawberry's or a mint sprig and enjoy :)

Strawberry Cobbler

1 cup self rising flour

I cup sugar

1 cup milk

1 stick butter

3 cups strawberries

Mix the flour, sugar and milk with a whisk until smooth. Melt butter,add to baking dish, poor in the flour mixture then add the strawberries. Bake for 30-40 minutes in 350 degree oven until golden brown. Serve warm with your favorite toppings. Enjoy~

Sunday, April 20, 2008

Sunday Dinner~

Today was a good day for a roast, I just added one sliced onion along with one can of cream of mushroom soup. Seasoned with black pepper, salt and house seasoning. Cover with foil and bake on 350 about two hours depending on how well you like it done.

Danish potatoes. I covered them with water and cooked them slow until you could stick a knife in them easily. I added about 2 Tlbsp butter and about 1/2 of a lrg evaporated milk. I made a thickening with flour water and the rest of the evaporated milk, ad this to potatoes and stir lightly.When you put the potatoes on the platter with the roast, the juices mingle and it really tastes good.

Green beans were canned this time of year and seasoned with love.

Cooked Carrots I used pancake syrup to bring out their already natural sweet flavor I did not make bread we had watermelon chunks for dessert since we are trying to eat healthier. Iced tea of course were in the south.

Our meal was good, easy and we enjoyed eating it together at the table as a family.