Recipe Box, Cupcakes & Cabbage

Last week was a whirlwind … 🌪

These are a few random things that were swirling around

A big fat cabbage got dressed up with a few ranunculus blooms

It was paired with some other spring vegetables for a centerpiece that you will see later this week

Then it got “potted”  {see chalkboard flower pot tutorial here}

And packed in the traveling tote to go to CC’s birthday party with her cousins

She might be a little princess but she has no trouble keeping up with the boys

CC loved her new cupcake carry all pouch

Charlie Brown thought the Chocolate Cupcakes with Creme de Menthe  St. Patrick’s Day cupcakes were the best thing ever

Speaking of cupcakes

How cute is this baby blanket with a cupcake border

I found a video tutorial on Pinterest here

The tutorial is in Swedish, but if you watch it a few times, you’ll catch on…trust me if I can do this you can do this, and it’s really fun to stitch

Instead of the buttons suggested for the cherry on top, I just used bright pink needlepoint yarn and tied it in several double knots at the top of the cupcake, to keep things baby safe

Big E and I made sweet treats while HHjr and his brother were at baseball

He made them all by himself!

And they are irresistable!

Raspberry White Chocolate Roll ups

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Course Breakfast, Brunch, Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 8


  • 1 can {8} crescent roll dough
  • 1 cup raspberry pie filling {or any flavor you like}
  • 1/2 cup white chocolate morsels {or any flavor you like}
  • sparkling sugar or decorating sugar optional


  • Unroll dough and separate into triangles. Drop 1-2 T filling on each triangle and spread around with back of spoon, leaving 1/4″ border. Sprinkle with chocolate and roll up, beginning with the short side and rolling to the point, enclosing the filling as best you can.
  • Place rolls on a parchment paper lined baking sheet and bake at 375 until dough has cooked through and golden, 12-15 minutes. Let cool a few minutes before eating.
  • Store covered at room temperature.
Keyword Christmas appetizer, crescent roll dough, holiday food, raspberry filled crescent rolls, raspberry rolls, raspberry white chocolate roll ups

Note: if you have a Trader Joe’s near you, try their canned crescent rolls.  They bake up a little bigger and have a more homemade taste than regular Pillsbury crescents.

Speaking of delicious treats, you will want to treat yourself to some wonderful eye candy this week during the Spring Tablescape Blog Hop hosted by Chloe from Celebrate & Decorate

My table will be in full bloom on Friday!

Everyday Living | Home is Where The Boat Is | Hunt and Host | Up To Date Interiors
Salvage Sister & Mister

Life and Linda | My Kentucky Living | Etched in Colloquy | Living With Thanksgiving
Charleston Crafted | The Bajan Texan

Sweet Sensations | Belle Bleu Interiors | Our Crafty Mom
Fjolla’s Table | Bluesky Kitchen | A Casa di Bianca

Panoply  | PMQ for Two | The Robin’s Nest
Dining Delight | Celebrate & Decorate

Simple Nature Decor | Rosemary & Thyme | Cook, Bake, Love
From My Carolina Home |  The Painted Apron 

Here’s a 👀  sneak peek at my table…

Also this week, we’ll be having a crazy good radish pizza, a bunny round-up, and Fearless Friday will be Thursday…

Be sure to hop  🐇   🥕   🐇   back by for the fun!

cottontail bunny bottom cookies

Put some Spring in your step, it’s almost here!

🌷   🐇   🥕   🌷   🐇   🥕

I will be joining these fabulous parties and blogs:

Celebrate and Decorate,  Rustic and Refined,

Between Naps on the PorchCoastal CharmCooking and Crafting with J&J,  The Scoop,   A Stroll Thru Life 

Moonlight and Mason Jars   Full Plate Thursday  Foodie Friday & Everything Else

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22 Responses to “Recipe Box, Cupcakes & Cabbage”
  1. Jenna, your grands are absolutely adorable…I bet they keep you jumping! Ooh, the raspberry treat would be perfect with my coffee right now. Once again, I will enjoy blog hopping with you…can’t wait to see your table…love ranunculus! Happy Sunday!

  2. Love those sweet faces of the little ones. You have had quite a busy week! Those raspberry roll ups look beyond delish. Have a great Sunday!

  3. thefrenchhutch says:

    Oh there is plenty of yum here this morning! And, I love all the adorable sweet smiling faces of the cousins. Looks like the food was certainly enjoyed and I love the cupcake stitching, such a sweet baby blanket. I’ve saved the sneak peek centerpiece, photo, I love that. Not sure yet if I’ll be hosting all my family for Easter but if I do I’ll try doing this. Have a wonderful day…….

    • Thanks Emily, it’s hard to resist all the gorgeous vegetables and flowers that are everywhere now! I have a fridge full of veggies waiting to be eaten! The cabbage is super simple and fun…did you see Mary’s last week on homeiswheretheboatis, she just placed an oasis on top of the cabbage so she didn’t have to cut it… >

  4. lulu says:

    Flowers in a cabbage….now that’s something I’ve never thought of! I so enjoyed this post as I smiled all the way through it.

  5. Jodi says:

    so so so much cuteness! Kids, food, decorations! LOVE it!

  6. Leslie Anne Tarabella says:

    If that’s not the cutest cabbage and cute little cabbage patch kids I’ve ever seen, then I don’t know what cute means!

  7. JESS44903 says:

    SO SO cute! 🙂

    I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks:

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

  8. Linda says:

    What adorable grand babies… That is quite the accomplishment making those yummy roll ups. Thanks for the tip about Trader Joe. Loving your flowers and cabbage…pretty and original. Happy spring.

  9. Kim says:

    I love that cupcake border! And, I enjoyed all the sweet pictures of your grands. Adorable.

  10. debra cantales says:

    Jenna, my coworker and I were just saying that children love to put their things in pouches. What adorable grandbabies! Love the centerpiece.

  11. Mary says:

    So cute Jenna! Love the photo of CC & her pouch and Charlie Brown always smiling 🙂 Adorable baby blanket!

  12. Kitty says:

    Oh Jenna, I just LOVE seeing your adorable grands!!! Who could ever be sad around those happy faces??!! The raspberry white chocolate pastries look so delectable and how great that Big E made them himself. Don’t we have fun in the kitchen with our cutie patooties? Thanks for the Trader Joe’s tip on their crescent rolls. I’ll be looking for those next time. That cupcake crocheted blanket is too cute for words…a must try.

    • Thank you Kitty! You are too nice! Yes, I am blessed with those 4 happy faces. Let me know if you try the cupcake crochet, it is really fun. I’m doing another blanket right now with a tulip border, I can’t wait to see how it turns out! I don’t cook with my grands nearly as much as you do, but Eli’s other grandmother took him to a childrens series of cooking classes and he loved them! >

  13. Miz Helen says:

    Looks like you had some adorable little helpers for your projects. We will love that special treat! Hope you have a fantastic weekend and thanks so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  14. Sandra Garth says:

    Congrats to the pastry chef he did and excellent job! Your cabbage centerpiece is gorgeous and its was so much fun blog hopping with you this week. Thank you for sharing with us this week at Celebrate Your Story, have a great weekend.

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