Monday, September 5, 2011

Stampin'Up! Stocking Builder Punch

WOW long time since I did any Sketch Challenge well today is the day!
I use Stamping 411 sketch challenge for this card plus I had this stocking builder punch for about a month and it was not even out of the wrap so got this out and Voila! I have to say that I love this punch and now I have to assemble the stamp set that go with it and I will whipping lots of the stocking cards :) I use the the square lattice on the vanilla trimming to add the texture, the stocking itself is the Red Glimmer Paper and the polka dot embossing folder for the background of the card. The DSP a piece from Letter to Santa. Scallop circle is the big one 2 3/8 in Old Olive, in Early Espresso 1 3/4. Plus for the final touch I added the New jingle bell on page 30 from the Holiday Mini and tie them with the Early Espresso Baker Twine.

And now..... Let's celebrate Labor Day with a good Raspberry desert. Hey don't let the look make you run away from this...it's super Yummy. If you like Raspberry Pie or Cinnamon Roll you will love this one. So here the receipt for you. My Mom call this "Roulaux aux Fruit"
  • 1/4 cup crisco (Solid)
  • 2 cup of flour 
  • 1 tea spoon of salt
  • 1 cup of milk   Mix all 4 ingredient very well. Shape in a ball and then on a floured surface roll in a rectangle shape (just like you roll pie crust or cinnamon rolls) then Add 2 cup of fresh Raspberry all on top of your rectangle. Roll in a tub just like you roll cinnamon roll. The raspberries will pock out that is okay, cut in slice of about 1 inch place in a bottom of 9 x 13 pan. 
  • 2 cup of brown sugar
  • 2 cup of HOT (boiling) water Mix the water and brown sugar together and pour on top of the rolls in the pan 
Back @ 350 for about 1 hour till golden grown. (most of the time I keep it for a extra 10 minutes in the oven)
Voila you have the perfect desert and if you really need extra calories just add a scoop of ice cream on top for that extra Yummy taste!. It's like a cinnamon/caramel rolls but with raspberry. 
 
 Enjoy and have a great Labor Day!

4 comments:

  1. This recipe sounds delicious! tfs

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  2. What a cute card! Your recipe sounds yummy too, tfs!

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  3. Mmmm...your recipe sound delicious! Live your blog and your postings too...just thought that I would let you know! Happy Stamping!

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  4. Your dessert was delicious!
    I made it with frozen raspberries and it turned out wonderful! tfs

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