Thursday, November 25, 2010

Have A Holly Jolly Christmas Recipe Swap #2

Welcome to Have a Holly Jolly Christmas Recipe Swap Friday. So glad that you could stop by. I decided to post this a bit early this week since I had it all ready to go. I hope that you had a wonderful Thanksgiving with family, friends and of course YUMMY food. :) I know we did. I have so much to be thankful for...not only on Thanksgiving but every day. Life is good and God has blessed us abundantly. :) For my friends and followers who are not celebrating Thanksgiving today...I hope you had a wonderful Thursday! :) Several of you mentioned that you could not post last week but would post this week...I sure hope so! Thanks to you that did post last week. I am hoping to get more people posting their family recipes, craft ideas, decorating ideas or traditions. Come on everyone, join in on the fun...the more the merrier. :) If you would like more information on my swap go click here.
 
My entry for the the swap is Lasagna Roll-ups. They taste extremely delicious and they look so elegant. They are not quite as messy looking as regular lasagna. My roll-ups are great for a dinner party. They will be the first to go...let me tell you!! :) Your guests will want the recipe before they head home.


 


~ LASAGNA ROLL-UPS ~

10 uncooked lasagna noodles
1 package Italian sausage links-casings removed {I used turkey}
8 ounce package of cream cheese { I used 1/3 less fat}
1 jar {26 ounces} spaghetti sauce, divided
1-3/4 cups shredded colby/jack cheese, divided

Cook the noodles to al dente. While noodles are boiling, cook sausage until juices run clear. Stir in cream cheese and 1/3 cup spaghetti sauce.

Drain the noodles. Spread 1/4 cup meat mixture on each noodle. Sprinkle each with 2 tablespoons cheese and carefully roll up.

Spread 2/3 cup meat sauce into an ungreased 13 x 9 inch baking dish. Place roll-ups seam side down over auce. Top with remaining sauce and then the remaining cheese.


Cover with tinfoil and bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Uncover and bake 10 minutes longer or until cheese is slightly browned and bubbly.

How to join my swap. :)

1) If you'd like to join in on the fun, simply write out your post on your blog as usual and leave the link here . *Link directly to your recipe. Next scroll down and click on the "Add your Link" button. You will be then be prompted to enter the URL {please make sure to link directly to your post}, name of your recipe, and Email and then select a thumbnail to upload. {your email will not be posted}

2) Please remember to always link back to Fresh from the Farm so that we see all the delicious recipes. It's also a way to find great new blogs and make wonderful new friends.

3) It's all about sharing so please do spread the word and please grab my Farmchick's I'll Be Home for Christms Recipe Swap Saturday button, {located on the top right column} and or Tweet/Facebook this swap to your friends and followers.

*How do I link directly to my recipe? After you have posted your recipe simply go to your blog, click that particular blog title. When this post comes up just highlight the addresss in the url box, copy and paste

If you have ANY questions please feel ask me. You can contact me either by leaving a comment on this post or shooting me an email. Sometimes doing new things like this on your computer can be a bit confusing so don't be shy...just ask! :)

Now, scroll down to the bottom of this post to add your recipe.



This recipe is also linked to:
A Prairie Story Recipe Swap Thursday
Go check it out!! :)



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13 sweet chicks commented here:

Carolyn (Harbor Hon) said...

Hi Hon! Hope it did it right. I linked to one of my older recipes because I think everyone will enjoy that one. Thanks for inviting me to join in, and thanks for always sharing such yummy recipes yourself. xxoo

Carolyn (Harbor Hon) said...

Yay! I figured out how to link to your blog for the recipe swap. I put the button on my sidebar. xxoo

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Your roll-ups look great! Thanks for hosting:@)

Mikey said...

These look delicious! I have to confess, I made your cranberry frozen salad and got rave reviews on it. I only wish I had thought to take a picture! I will come back and participate in the recipe swap, as soon as I figure out what to swap!

Farmchick said...

Harbor Hon~Thank you. So glad you figured out. Thanks for joining in on the fun! :)

Happier than a pig in mud~ Thanks for joining.

Mikey~ I am so glad your guests liked my cranberry salad...thanks for letting me know. Can't wait to see what you share on my swap.

Cheyenne said...

These look so tasty-and you're right-they look a little 'fancier' than plain lasagna. Thanks for sharing...I'm going to try and make these this weekend-and freeze 'em too!

Jennifer said...

That looks so good! I'm joining the swap, how fun!

brlracincwgrl said...

I love this recipe! I can't wait to give it a try! :)

COUNTRY GAL said...

All looks great ! I tried to get a recipe swap page going on my blog for bloggers to enter or to be able to copy fron but it hasnt gone very well yet! Have a great day !

Nezzy said...

MMmmmm, I haven't eaten yet and I have the urge to add a little Parmesan and lick the computer. Looks magnificent!

God bless and have a most splendid weekend sweetie!!!

Julie said...

YUM!!!! I wish I had all day to bake theses wonderful recipes. I have a couple that I marked to try for sure. You are awesome. Julie

Carrie of Farming On Faith said...

Oh I am so late!
I love your recipe and I am going to add it to my menu this week. It sounds really good after all the Turkey Dinner food.

I will take part next week~ I was late seeing your email. It has been a bit busy. I came home sick from traveling and am just now feeling better.
Hope you have a wonderful week.
Christmas Blessings~
Carrie~

Sweet Blessings said...

I so cannot wait to try your Lasagna rolls :) And, I LOVE Your christmas recipe/swap idea....How very fun and inspiring! Thanks for being YOU! Sweet blessings!