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Finished Funky Functional Casseroles

You may remember that I posted a picture of some fun, wavy, funky casseroles a couple of weeks ago.  I finally got them glazed and fired.  I'm really happy with the way they came out, the glazes took well to the texture and the rounding.  To me they look warm and toasty as well as fun and interesting.  I can totally see using these to serve guests or to take food to a pot luck.

Maybe cinnamon rolls would be good in this oval one.  Does anyone have a great cinnamon roll recipe?
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    1. Thanks Sue, they were fun to make too.

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  2. Perhaps a deep decadent fruit crisp!!!

    Love this.

    Garden & Be Well, XO Tara

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    1. Tara, that sounds yummy. I need a recipe.

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  3. beautiful! i used to have a cinnamon roll recipe that was really good, i will see if i can dig it up for you.

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    1. Thanks Michele, that's very nice of you.

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    1. Thank you GretaMichelle, and welcome to the blog. I hope you're enjoying it.

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  5. Oh I like the waves too, no recipe though, sorry.

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    1. Thanks Linda, I'm surprised about the recipe, you have so many great ones.

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  6. and here I was thinking about serving roasted veggies in them...
    crisp is super easy- fruit
    top with 1/2 cup of flour and oats,nuts if you like cinnamon and 1/2 stick butter- or you can use more but these work for me.
    just put all the dry together and cut in butter- put on top of friut and bake 350 until brown and bubbly-add ice cream....drool

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  7. The topping:
    3/4 cup white flour
    3/4 cup old fashion oats
    1/2 stick butter- you can use more if you like- but I try to use a Little less if I can.
    1/2 cup white sugar
    1/4 cup brown sugar
    and cinnamon of course- do you really need me to tell you how much???
    As much as you like!
    Place this all in a bowl and use your fingers to work the butter into the flour/oats/sugar
    throw in 1/2 cups nuts - we used almonds because I had them.
    I also like walnuts or pecans.

    Throw the whole mess on top of your fruit and bake 350 for about 35-45 minutes.
    Serve slightly warm with ice cream.

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    1. Thanks Meredith, you rock. Roasted veggies are delicious but this sounds extra yummy too. Of course people can buy 2, one for roasted veggies for dinner, one for a crisp for dessert.

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