Recipe of the Day: Melissa's Foolproof Perfect Popovers The key to making perfect popovers at home is using a hot muffin pan. That way, the simple five-ingredient batter becomes light, puffy and golden after it bakes. Eat them straightaway, hot out of the oven.
Several times a year, I am fortunate to share SU! with a great group of people at the Crop for a Cure. This is one of the cards that people made at the event. I used the new limited stitched shapes framelits (#145372) and the tin of tags stamp set (#142180 on sale!) to complete the holiday card! www.bonniestamp.stampinup.net
This charming kitty cat measures approx. 4 high x 3 1/2 wide. It is hand cut and sewn and lightly padded with fiberfill. The cats listed are my own design and cannot be an exact replica of every kind and color of cat. I have therefore taken an artistic abstract interpretation of some of the more well known type of cats. The heart button represents the kitty cats love for its guardian. For the torti cat whose main colors are black and red, I have used circles (for a touch of whimsy) to i...
Popovers 2 beaten eggs 1 cup milk 1 tablespoon melted butter 1 cup flour 1/4 teaspoon salt Direction changes: Use butter in place of veg. oil in the tins. Preheat the tin while making the batter and then add the butter after it has heated. Pop it back in the oven til bubbly then add the batter. Using a toaster oven, cook time was 20-25 minutes. Also note, batter can be refrigerated for use the next day, and is supposed to make tastier popovers.
Hershey's Chocolate Syrup, in a tin can. Reminds so much of my dad. We always had a can in our fridge. Dad had a bowl of ice cream nearly every night of his adult life...always with a little Hershey's syrup on top. Later in life, he added crushed walnuts. I miss him.