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Easter

Happy Easter! It is wonderful to know that Jesus Christ has risen!

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Here is a short video about Easter and Christ:

Here is a longer video about the story of Easter:

To learn more about Easter, check out this website.

I encourage you to find time today to thank our Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ for their sacrifice. It is such a great and wondrous gift.

I also hope you find sometime to bake today! Here’s some recipes that might make your Easter delicious:

Sheridan’s Speedy Rolls

Thick, Soft Sugar Cookies

Easter Basket Cupcakes

Easter Bunny Cupcakes

Easter Bird Next Cupcakes

Again, Happy Easter! He lives!

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Sheridan’s Speedy Rolls

THE MOST AMAZING ROLLS EVER.

Seriously. And it makes about 36 rolls! Could be more if you just make ’em all smaller…on this plate I’ve got a small, medium, and a large!

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This recipe is from the kitchen of my friend Sheridan! She is on a mission in Peru right now for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints! I miss her dearly, but she will be back next month!! 

Here is a delightful picture of (left to right) Sheridan, Jenna, and me! From May 2011…

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This is the first time I had these rolls…back in May 2011…I was addicted…

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Yep, that’s  Jenna…feeding the rolls to me. 

And this is me and Sheridan….studying on my old front porch like we like to do….

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Ok, now you just want to know how to make Sheridan’s delicious rolls, right? Well here you go! 

You will need:
2 Tablespoons yeast
1 cup very warm water
1 cup warm water
1 cup milk
1/2 cup sugar
2 eggs
2 teaspoons salt
1/2 cup butter, softened
1 cup flour
5 or 6 cups flour

Here’ what you do:
1. Mix the yeast and 1 cup very warm water.
2. Set it aside.
3. Mix the 1 cup warm water, milk, sugar, eggs, salt, butter, and 1 cup flour.
4. Add the yeast and water mixture and mix it.

5. Add 5-6 cups of flour (Sheridan’s recipe said 5, but I usually end up adding up to 6 so it’s easier to work with)
6. Knead for 10-15 minutes.
7. Let rise for 1 hour.
8. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
9. Put flour on counter for rolling.
10. Split dough into two.
11. Roll flat in a circular shape.

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00512. Using a pizza cutter, cut into pieces as shown…

00813. Starting with the wide side, roll  into a crescent shape.
14. Place on cookie sheet with tip side down.

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15. Let rolls rise for 15 minutes on cookie sheet.
16. Bake for 12 minutes.
17. Let cool for about 2 minutes.
18. Transfer to cooling rack.
19. Eat as soon as you don’t think you will burn your mouth….they are so good!!!

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Enjoy! I know you will!
Let me know if you have any questions!

Oh, a little tip! If it’s cold where you are…like it is here in Provo, UT, your rolls won’t rise as well…so I preheat the oven before I let the dough rise for an hour, and sit the bowl on top of the stove just so it’s in a warmer spot, and it works beautifully. 

 Here’s a way to spice up this perfect recipe…

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Chloe’s Closet: Day 62

Sheridan kindly took my pictures today. And I got to eat bread while she did. It was delish.

The rolls were sooooooooooooo goooooood!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I had so much fun eating them…

And sometimes Jenna feeds the rolls to the dog…

I made that skirt! The shoes are from the Cypress Outlet Mall…they were on sale…I think they’re from Ann Taylor Loft. The shirt is from Kohl’s, I think….I quite enjoy Jenna’s flower headband as well.

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