recipe: quick casserole dish buns

I grabbed this recipe from the Internet when I was in need of a fast recipe that would yield a lot of dinner rolls without using a ton of flour. It’s so easy, and they taste simply amazing! Try it out for yourselves. (And I didn’t even use a “bun in the oven” joke!)

Quick Casserole Dish Buns

Ingredients:
Makes 24

1 cup lukewarm water
1 ½ tbsp active dry yeast
½ cup butter, melted
½ cup white sugar
3 eggs
1 tsp salt
4 cups all-purpose flour

Steps:

1. In a medium-sized bowl, combine the water with the yeast. Then set aside for 10 minutes.

2. Using a large bowl, add the butter, sugar, eggs, and salt. Mix well.

3. Add the yeast mixture to the large bowl and stir until well combined.

4. Now add flour one cup at a time into the mixture. Keep adding until the dough no longer sticks to the sides of the bowl. This will be approximately 4 cups of flour.

5. Remove the dough and put onto a floured surface. Knead for about 5 minutes.

6. Form the dough into a long rope. Evenly cut into 24 pieces, then roll each piece into a ball.

7. Lightly grease an oblong casserole dish. Place each ball of dough onto the dish (6 rows of 4). Cover, and let rise for 60-90 minutes.

8. Preheat oven to 375°F. Bake for approximately 20 minutes, or until golden brown and cooked all the way through. Enjoy!

Emory

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super easy salmon burgers

Processed with VSCO with a4 presetThe idea for these salmon patties actually came from my mother-in-law. Ever since I cut out cow’s milk from my breastfeeding diet, I’ve been eating a lot more seafood in order to fulfill my intake of calcium. She had suggested that we try making these burgers not only because they are delicious, but because they are incredibly quick and easy as well. She was right.

Salmon Burgers

Makes 6 patties

Processed with VSCO with a4 presetIngredients:

2 small cans salmon
1/2 cup breadcrumbs
1/4 cup oil
1 egg
1 lemon
Salt
Pepper
Dill

Processed with VSCO with a4 presetSteps:

1. Drain liquid from salmon.

2. Combine salmon, egg, breadcrumbs, salt, pepper, and dill in a medium-sized bowl. Form into patties, and set aside.

Processed with VSCO with a4 preset3. Heat oil in a large skillet. Add patties. Sprinkle with lemon, and until brown on either side, approximately 10 minutes.

Processed with VSCO with a4 preset4. Once browned, remove and add to burger. Garnish and devour these simple yet savoury creations.

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address stamp DIY

5.jpgNow that I am not operating under the Hello, Scarlett Store anymore, and my new store has a permanent address, I figured that it was time to have some stamps made. Maybe it’s the library worker in me, or maybe it’s just a weird fascination, but I love stamps. I’ve been collecting them for a few years now, and with any order that I mail out to my customers, I use no less than 6 different stamps. I think that maybe it’s why I often get reviews of ‘packed with care’ or ‘beautifully wrapped’. I feel they just add so much uniqueness.

Making your own address stamp is really quiet easy, albeit extremely time consuming. In the time that it took me to find the appropriate stamps, bring them back to my store, separate them, rearrange them, figure out their placement, and glue them back together, it took around a total of 4 hours. I could have just purchased a self-inking stamp from Staples where you input your name and address, but where’s the fun in that? Plus, it would have prevented me from making a cool little logo.

Here are the steps in stamp making 101.

2.jpg1. Purchase enough letters for your name and address. The smaller the type, the better. I got mine from Michael’s, as each little set was only $1. I needed 9 complete boxes of fonts and 1 box of numbers.

3.jpg2. Arrange the fonts and numbers to spell out what you’d like your stamp to say. Get creative, but also try to keep them relatively the same size.

3. Using a hot glue gun, begin to form rows with the stamps.

4.jpg4. After your rows have dried, glue each one together using either left or centre alignment.

1.jpg5. Voila! Now find some blank sheets of paper or envelopes and start mailing your loved ones! After all, it’s so much more exciting to receive a letter over an email.

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Emory

  • Welcome, friends! My name is Emory. I am a wife and mother to three (one on earth, one in heaven, and growing another). This is our life on the Canadian prairies.
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