The following is a list of all entries from the Recipe Pages category.
Though summer is the best time to cook on the grill, this yummy recipe is great all year round! Guess what???? You don’t even need a grill!!!
This dish can be served with rice, potatoes or rolls. I love to eat it with the Costco sweet rolls. It’s a perfect simple dinner dish for the family. If you want the details on how to make this recipe page, visit http://www.craftprojectcentral.com.
I designed and created this recipe page for Craft Project Central:
Don’t you just love this stamp set??? It’s so cute that I just bought it without even knowing what I would use it for. Thank goodness, I have a recipe that matches this stamp set!!! And I’m glad that I got to use one of my favorite techniques…glitter window. It’s a very easy way to add lots of bling to your project. For details on how you can make this project too, along with many other fabulous projects, visit http://www.craftprojectcentral.com.
If you love “refreshing” desserts, this cake is for you!!! This is perfect for a hot summer day. I designed and created this recipe page for Craft Project Central.
For details on how you can make this page for yourself, visit http://www.craftprojectcentral.com.
Because I’ve gotten quite a few requests, here’s the recipe. Enjoy!!!
Orange Creamsicle Cake
1 box white cake mix 1 box orange Jell-O
1 cup cold milk (skim is okay) 1 box vanilla instant pudding
1 tsp orange extract 1 tsp vanilla extract
1 tub Cool Whip
Mix and bake cake as directed on the box. Then, set aside to cool.
Mix Jell-O with 1 cup hot water. Then, add 1/2 cup cold water. Set
aside to cool. Once cake is cooled, pierce cake with lots of holes and
then pour Jell-O mixture over pierced cake.
Mix cold milk and vanilla instant pudding together.
Add extracts and tub of Cool Whip.
Then, mix all together and spread onto cake.
Refrigerate cake to set before serving.
Below is a recipe page that I designed and created for Craft Project Central. Not only the does the page look good, but the recipe itself is delicious!!!
For more details on making this project, please visit http://www.craftprojectcentral.com.
This is a recipe page that I designed for Craft Project Central. If you like a lot of bling in your crafts, this is definitely the project to check out!
For the details of this recipe page, check out http://www.craftprojectcentral.com!
Through popular demand, I’m posting the actual recipe. I’m sorry that I didn’t respond sooner, but my life has been pretty hectic the past few days getting our house ready for our son arriving in June and trying to make more space out of no space in my “craft closet.” I just don’t know how I accumulated so much stuff!!! I’m sure I’m not the only one who feels this way…
Okay, here’s the recipe:
Lasagna Roll Ups
1-16 oz pkg uncooked lasagna noodles
1 lb shredded mozzarella cheese
1-15 oz container ricotta cheese
1 lb firm tofu
1-10 oz pkg frozen chopped spinach, thawed
2 cups grated parmesan cheese
1-28 oz. jar pasta sauce
- Bring a large pot of lightly salted water to a boil. Cook lasagna noodles for 5-8 minutes or until slightly underdone. Drain and rinse.
- In a large mixing bowl, mix together mozzarella cheese, ricotta cheese, tofu, spinach and 1 cup parmesan cheese. Then, preheat oven at 350º.
- Lay out a noodle. Spread a layer of the cheese mixture on the noodle, and then add a thin layer of sauce. Roll the noodle up and place seam side down in a 9×13 pan. Repeat step with the remaining noodles. Top with remaining sauce and parmesan cheese.
- Bake at 350º for 30 minutes or until hot and bubbly.
For those of you who may not care for tofu, you can hardly taste it. This recipe is very delicious and light on the tummy!!! Bon apetit!
This is the last page I designed for our Recipe Class this past weekend. If you like Fox & Friends, then you’ll like this recipe page. That monkey is so adorable!
Stamp: Fox & Friends
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Paper: Chocolate Chip, Pumpkin Pie, Very Vanilla
Accessories: Extra Large Fancy Flower Punch, Pinking Hearts Border Punch, 1-1/4″ Circle Punch, 1-3/8″ Circle Punch,
SNAIL Adhesive and Stampin’ Dimensionals
Here’s a lovely page I designed for our Recipe Class:
You can’t tell too much from this picture, but I gave the petals more dimension and “puffed” it up by running each petal against the bone folder. It’s similar to curling ribbon. It gave each petal the perfect puff.
Stamp: Vintage Vogue
Ink: Melon Mambo, Pretty in Pink
Paper: Basic Black, Pretty in Pink, Melon Mambo, Whisper White
Accessories: Very Vintage jumbo wheel, Eyelet Border punch, Stampin’ Sponges, Crimper, Boho Blossoms punch, Clear Rhinestone brads, Piercing Tool and Mat, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Bone Folder
This past Saturday, my friends and I held a Recipe Class that seemed like a marathon of making 20 recipe pages for our customers, except that they got to try several dishes from the recipe book they were making. Needless to say, it was a successful event, and it was very, very popular. Here some pics taken of the spread we had:
There’s 5 of us in our group that ran the class, and each of us designed and prepped materials for 4 recipes. Here’s one of the pages I designed:
Stamp: Embrace Life
Paper: Confetti White, Ruby Red, Mellow Moss
Accessories: Mellow Moss Watercolor Wonder Crayon, Close to Cocoa Watercolor Wonder Crayon, Blender Pen, 5/8″ Chocolate Chip Grosgrain Ribbon, Ornament Punch and Elegant Bouquet Textured Impressions Embossing Folders, Stampin’ Dimensionals, SNAIL adhesive, Big Shot Die Cutting machine
Come back again to view the other recipe pages I designed!