Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Crockpot Recipes

This is a two-cupcake cake that Kristin bought for Elijah. Isn't it adorable?

I've posted new crockpot recipes at the Recipe Archives
If you have a favorite crockpot recipe, send it to me!
I use them for Sunday dinners.

I'm busy writing and have been for several weeks. The book is nearly finished and I really like it. It's called A Hero's Embrace.


  1. Cheryl that cake is adorable. I love the recipes you have been putting on the blog. I have had the meatloaf and it is good.

    I am happy to hear you are about done with your book I know you have been working really hard can't wait to read it. I have been reading the Valerie Bertinelli booked called (Losing It!) It has been really good things I never knew about her. I always wanted to look like her well we all know that didn't happen......

    Oh I have some really good news My oldest daughter is going to have a baby.. She is due October 14th really close to my birthday so who knows. ..

  2. Whoo hoo! Congrats on the new addition to your family! That's very exciting, Brenda.

    The VB books sounds really interesting.

  3. I like a cake that is just a reason for frosting :)

  4. Great cake! Was the frosting chocolate? That's the only reason to eat cake you know, if it's all chocolate!

    We spent the weekend in Montana with the grandbabies. My daughter-in-law made a 1st birthday cake for Caleb that looked exactly like Tigger. She's such a perfectionist it took her 6 1/2 hours just to decorate it but it looked great. I wish I had taken a picture. oops!

  5. A few years ago I went through mountainous stacks of photos and threw away &%% years worth of pictures of birthday cakes. At that moment I vowed to never again take a picture of a cake.

    Guess I blew it with the monkey. LOL

  6. Cheryl, CUTE monkey, perfect for Curious George fans, kids who are/were very active/climbers (my aunt & me! LOL) those who prefer frosting with their cake (Yeah, Rebecca!) Glad you broke your vow. Have a woman minister teacher who decorates cakes professionally; she's a renaissance woman like you!!

    Brenda/Mickey congrats!! I had to "adopt" girls at church when I was blessed with boys only and now the same with (grand)babies as no prospects in sight (and no hurry on my part for their sake) from my 2 sons. I just think the word GRAND says it all!!

    The only way I resembled VB was in the dark hair department. She was cute as a button and sexy. May have to check it out. Thanks for the review/recommendation.