Hey guys! Tiffany from Feel Great in 8 here! I'm excited to be back sharing another healthy and delicious Rhodes recipe with you! I'm especially excited about this super quick and easy grilling recipe! Can you believe summer is right around the corner?! One of the things I love most about summertime is grilling!
Healthy meals don't get easier and more tasty than throwing meat and veggies on the grill (or, in my case, asking my awesome husband to do it :)). And, you gotta love the easy cleanup!
When you pull out the grill this summer, you definitely have to give this incredibly simple grilled flatbread a try! It literally takes 10 minutes start to finish and makes a delicious side for any summer dinner. Or, add your favorite toppings for a complete meal. We love topping them with grilled steak, veggies, and a little sprinkle of cheese. YUM!
STEP ONE: Thaw your favorite Rhodes dough (we love the Cracked Wheat Rolls).
You can either cover with plastic wrap or thaw for a few hours on the counter. Or use the defrost setting on your microwave. While your rolls are thawing, get your grill nice and hot.
STEP TWO: Roll each roll into a circle about 1/4 inch thick. They don't have to be perfect, grilled food is supposed to be rustic.
STEP THREE: Once the grill is hot (we had ours on high and the temperature was at right around 350 degrees F) carefully place each piece of dough onto the grill. Cook for 4-5 minutes and then flip each piece and cook for another 4-5 minutes, or until the dough is cooked through and the bread has beautiful grill marks.
STEP FOUR: Eat hot as a side with your favorite grilled meal, or add your favorite toppings. ENJOY!
These Turkey Bacon Avocado Sliders are easy to make a pretty dang tasty! They would be great for your next party, lunch, dinner or even the next shower you have to throw.
I loved using the Rhodes Warm-N-Serv Rolls. They are so simple to make and only take 15 minutes to prepare.
To make these delicious Turkey Bacon Avocado Sliders you will need:
Rhodes Warm-N-Serv Rolls
Lean ground turkey
Salt and pepper
Start by baking the rolls according the instructions on the package. While the rolls are cooling you can start making the turkey patties. Make sure to make them small enough to fit the rolls. Season with salt and pepper to taste and cook in a skillet.
Next slice the rolls in half and spread a generous amount of guacamole on the bottom of each roll
Then place a turkey patty on top of the avocado.
Next you will top it off with bacon. Mmm, bacon! You can even use pre-cooked bacon to save a little time. You can never go wrong with bacon, right?
Place the top of the roll on top and serve.
Hey y'all! It's Amber from Dessert Now, Dinner Later! Since spring is quickly turning into summer, all I can think about are late nights, barbecues, bonfires, camping, and yummy treats! S'mores are a big summer favorite at our house, and now we've found a new dessert to enjoy those flavors in! This S'mores Cinnamon Roll Cake has layers of goodness in it! My husband dubbed it his new favorite treat! It's Rhodes rolls, rolled flat, covered in butter and cinnamon-sugar, then stuffed with graham cracker crumbs, mini chocolate chips, and mini marshmallows. Layer each s'more roll in a cake pan, bake it, and then smother the whole cinnamon roll cake in a marshmallow frosting and more of those s'more toppings! Holy decadent! Let's watch the play-by-play of how this cake is made. Roll out each Rhodes roll flat with a rolling pin; about 1/4-inch thin. Brush or dip each side of the roll with butter, then dip it in cinnamon-sugar covering both sides. Place some graham cracker crumbs, mini chocolate chips, and mini marshmallows on top. Fold/roll the cinnamon-sugar dough up and over the s'mores fillings. Place rolled up dough seam-side down into a greased 9-inch round cake pan. Repeat with remaining pieces of dough. Cover with greased plastic wrap and let the dough rise to the top of the pan. Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 25 to 30 minutes, placing foil on top after 15 minutes of baking to prevent too much browning. Check the dough where the pieces touch to ensure it is cooked through. Make the marshmallow frosting, put it in a zip-top bag, cut off the corner, and squeeze the frosting over the warm cinnamon roll cake. Sprinkle the warm, melty frosting with extra graham cracker crumbs and mini chocolate chips. This S'mores Cinnamon Roll Cake holds its shape best if it cools slightly before being cut, but I dare you not to dig in right away! (That's why the tip of my cake is kind of flat... I couldn't resist!) Cover and store leftovers at room temperature up to 3 days. Enjoy!!!
If you are anything like me, you LOVE hosting parties. I'm constantly looking for new recipes to make for my guests. I'm a fan of always trying out new things and love to experiment with fun and unique recipes. These Honey & Gorgonzola Crostini are just that! They have a strong, bold flavor that packs a punch! They are an unexpected surprise that would be fun at any gathering. With only four ingredients you can whip these babies up with little to no hassle. Not only that, with the help of Rhodes Warm N Serve Mini-Baguettes, you can have these ready in less than 15 minutes. Score! Round up your ingredients: Rhodes Warm N Serve Mini-Baguettes (or Rhodes Crusty Rolls), olive oil, honey, & crumbled Gorgonzola cheese Slice each crusty roll or baguette into 4 lengthwise slices. Lay each slice on a baking sheet and brush with olive oil. Toast in a 400°F oven for 6-8 minutes or until edges begin to brown. Remove bread from oven and crumble cheese on top of each slice. Using as much or as little as you like. Put back in oven for 2-3 minutes until cheese is starting to melt. Watch carefully, you don't want the cheese to melt completely. Remove from oven and drizzle each slice with honey. Enjoy!
Hi! It's Alli from Cupcake Diaries here today. My kids were absolutely thrilled when we combined two of their favorite things for dinner the other night: Rhodes white dinner rolls and pizza. They were in heaven eating what looked like a baked Rhodes roll, but was actually filled with their favorite pizza toppings. These pizza rolls are really easy to make. First, place 12 frozen rolls in a greased muffin tin and let them rise for about 2 1/2 hours. Flatten each roll out one at a time onto a clean surface. I like using my cutting sheets for easy clean up. Place desired pizza toppings on each flattened roll. Working your way around the roll, fold the edges up and over the pizza toppings to cover. Then place back into the pan. Repeat with the other rolls. Brush melted butter combination over each roll. This adds so much flavor that makes these yummy little rolls taste like restaurant pizza. Serve with your favorite pizza sauce and enjoy! My family loves these rolls. We'll definitely be making them over and over again! Pizza Rolls makes 12 Ingredients
- 12 Rhodes white dinner rolls
- pepperoni slices
- grated mozzarella cheese
- pizza sauce
- 1/4 c. butter, melted
- 1/2 tsp. garlic powder
- 1/4 tsp. Italian seasoning
Directions Place 12 frozen rolls in a greased muffin tin. Allow to rise for about 2 1/2 hours. Flatten rolls one at a time on a clean surface. Sprinkle with pepperoni slices and mozzarella cheese. Carefully fold over the sides to cover the toppings. Place back in the pan and repeat with other rolls. Add garlic powder and Italian seasoning to the melted butter and mix well. Brush mixture over each roll. Bake 15-17 minutes at 350°. Serve with pizza sauce.
I'm so excited to be sharing this recipe today for Chocolate Pecan Pie Cobbler. It is one of my favorite things that I have made with Rhodes Rolls. It's warm and gooey and pairing it with vanilla ice cream takes it over the top! It's been added to our family favorite dessert recipes. I think the fact that it was eaten up in the first five minutes of us serving says a lot for this dish. Here's what you need to make this: 8 Rhodes Dinner Rolls, thawed 1 cup corn syrup 1 cup sugar 3 eggs 2 teaspoons rum flavoring 1 1/2 cups whole pecans 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips ice cream, if desired It was incredibly easy to make. First, thaw 8 Rhodes Frozen Dinner Rolls and then cut them into fourths. Mix the corn syrup, sugar, eggs, and rum flavoring together until well combined. Mix in chocolate chips and pecans (I had chocolate chips from Halloween which why there is some orange in there!). Finally, add the pieces of dinner roll and combine. Add to sprayed 9x13 pan and bake for 20-25 minutes, covering with foil the last 10 minutes to avoid over browning.
Easy Raspberry Cream Cheese Danishes are so amazing and simple. Filled fresh raspberries and cream cheese, then topped with a classic almond glaze. Delish! My husband makes fun of me all the time for my snobbiness in my taste or rather critique of hotels I agree to stay in. He planned a trip for us last summer to Vegas, super proud of the “deals” he found. However, he noticed my face upon entering the room and when I set my luggage on the highest counter in the room, afraid of letting it touch the ground. I was not happy. He explained to me, however, that this room also included free breakfast – a perk he couldn’t pass up, especially because he knew there’d be Danishes included in the buffet.
This made staying there a little more bearable, and watching his joy eating 8 Danishes made me finally relax (as well as knowing after breakfast we were switching hotels to his other “great” deal). After seeing his love of Danishes and accepting my own sugar addiction, I set out to create an easy twist on a classic pastry.
The cream cheese and almond glaze perfectly complements the tartness of the raspberries, which hold their own. And Rhode’s Rolls are the perfect base, allowing the ingredients to shine. The hardest part of this recipe is waiting for the dough to rise and resisting the urge to burn the roof of your mouth eating them hot out of the oven. Bet you can’t eat just one!
Enjoy! XOXO San
Danish Recipe 15 Rhodes rolls 45 raspberries, about 2 pints 1 tablespoon brown sugar 2 tablespoons white sugar, divided ¾ teaspoon cinnamon, divided 4 ounces cream cheese 1 tablespoon butter, melted Glaze 3 tablespoons milk 1 tablespoon butter, melted 1 teaspoon almond flavoring 1 cup powder sugar To prepare the dough spray a 15x10 cooking pan with cooking oil, place 15 Rhodes rolls on the pan, 3 rows with 5 rolls in each row. Set a towel over the rolls and allow the rolls to rise. Set aside for 2-2 ½ hours. Once rolls are risen, use a pair of scissors and cut into the roll, like pictured. Use your fingers to spread out the dough to make a pocket, like pictured below. In the pocket add a generous tablespoon of cream cheese to the pocket. Top with 3-4 raspberries, like pictured. Repeat with remaining rolls. Once all of the rolls are filled, pinch the sides to seal and close up the roll, as there may be some separation from cutting the rolls originally. Follow to picture to get an idea of what to do. Pre-heat the oven to 350 degrees. In a small bowl mix together brown sugar, 1 tablespoon of white sugar and ½ teaspoon of cinnamon. Sprinkle the mixture evenly over the rolls. Place in the oven and bake for 25 minutes. Remove rolls from oven and immediately brush with melted butter and sprinkle with remaining sugar and cinnamon. Make glaze by mixing all of the ingredients together until smooth. Drizzle glaze over Danishes, then serve.
Hey there, it's Natalie, from The Creative Mom. Today I'm going to show you how to make Taco Bundles. They are such a fun dinner idea for your family, not to mention quick and easy. My kids had a wonderful time helping me assemble these little guys, and then each kid ate about a hundred of them for dinner, haha! They really are a fun dinner idea, and a great alternative to traditional tacos (which my son insists we have every Tuesday since he saw the Lego Movie... Taco Tuesday!) First you'll start by preparing your taco meat. We used traditional beef taco meat, but you could easily use chicken, pork, or even fish. Set out a loaf of Rhodes bread dough on a greased surface to thaw, and cover with sprayed plastic wrap. I have two loaves here, which was plenty for my family of 5. Once the dough is thawed, but before it rises, roll it out into a 12x6 rectangle. Then cut into small triangles. Mine were about 2-3 inches long on each side. Place a scoop of taco meat and a sprinkle of grated cheese on top of each triangle of dough. Then fold each corner of your triangle up and secure them together in the middle. You may need a toothpick or two to hold them together. Repeat with each taco bundle. Place on a sprayed baking sheet, or a silicone mat lined baking sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes until golden brown and delicious looking! Serve with all the traditional taco toppings on top: onion, tomato, lettuce, salsa, sour cream, guacamole, and even more cheese if you want. And you've got yourself a quick and easy dinner idea your entire family will love!
Rhodes Bread Loaf Successes!
Pan size really does matter
Baking a loaf of bread can succeed or fail by the size of pan and the amount of dough used. This is a common question our Customer Satisfaction team at Rhodes Bake-N-Serv is often asked.
Rhodes loaves of bread require a bread pan measuring 8 ½ x 4 ½ x 2 ½= 6 cups. Rhodes frozen dough is a one pound loaf of dough.
If your loaf of bread is larger on one side than the other your bread pan is too large. You can go purchase the correct size of pan or use 1 ½ loaves of frozen dough. There are other options too.
One option would be to combine 1 ½ loaves of dough together. Allow dough to thaw while still cold to touch. *(see thawing tips) Slice in half lengthwise, place cut side down in the bottom of the loaf pan, then place whole loaf on top and tuck the top loaf around the bottom piece of dough. Allow to rise until double in size. Bake at 350 degrees 25-30 minutes. You will bake this loaf a little longer because there is more dough and is going to be a larger loaf of bread.
Option two would be to cut two loaves in half lengthwise and place the three cut pieces into a pan side by side giving your loaf the “butter top”. (I love this loaf, super fun for giving away)
We have a lot fun options for loaves of bread.
- Mini loaves. Bake at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes.
~half a loaf of bread
- Cinnamon roll loaves (so fun to make French Toast out of!) Bake for 25-30 minutes at 350 degrees.
~8 traditional cinnamon rolls
- Braided loaves. Bake at 350 degrees 20-25 minutes
~One loaf of bread
- Loaves of bread from cut rolls. Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes)
~ 8 Texas rolls cut into 4 pieces or 12 dinner rolls cut into 4 pieces
Oven-proof glass & ceramic: Glass pans transfer heat quicker than shiny metal pans, shortening baking time. If you love light-colored, slightly-softer, sandwich-type bread, glass is great. Lower the oven temperature by 25 degrees. This gives the bread enough time to cook through to the center without burning it on the outside. ***Tip: Want to bake in glass and get a dark crispy crust similar to that of bread baked in an aluminum pan? Place the glass pan on a pizza stone, it will control the heat.
Dark metals/shiny metals: Dull or dark-colored metal pans absorb more radiant heat than bright or shiny ones, which reflect it away. Shiny pans tend to remain 15-20 degrees cooler in a 350 degree oven which means you need to either increase the heat of the oven and/or extend the cooking time.
- Bread can be thawed overnight in the refrigerator (8-12 hours).
- Do not thaw bread in the microwave.
- During thawing and rising phase, always cover frozen dough with plastic wrap that has been sprayed with non-stick cooking spray. Carefully remove plastic wrap before baking.
Happy Baking with Rhodes Bake-N-Serv! I’ll hang up my apron until we bake again!
Hello, hello! It's Amber, from Dessert Now Dinner Later, back to share another delicious recipe with you all! If there's one thing about Spring and Summer that I just love, it's using fruits and tropical flavors in my desserts! They make everything delicious and wonderful!
This particular dessert monkey bread also uses one of my all time favorite ingredients: cream of coconut. Not to be confused with coconut milk, cream of coconut is a sweet coconut cream that is used in pina coladas, and pretty much anything else you can think of, like this monkey bread. It's extremely versatile! Other ingredients for this recipe include, Rhodes White Dinner Rolls, crushed pineapple, a little bit of butter, and toasted coconut. For the glaze on top, you will need some powdered sugar, rum extract (optional), and a splash of milk as well.
Melt the butter in a large microwave safe bowl, and whisk in the cream of coconut. You may need to whisk it up in the can before you measure it (sometimes it separates with the solid portion on the top and the liquid portion on the bottom.) Cut each roll into fourths. Now you can do this one of two ways. You can dip each piece of dough in the liquid, roll it in the toasted coconut, and then layer the coconut bread and crushed pineapple in a greased bundt pan...
OR you can add the toasted coconut and crushed pineapple to the butter/cream of coconut mixture, add the dough pieces, and layer it in the pan in one step, which is what I did. It depends on how you want the end result to be. Just use all of that yummy cream of coconut mixture. If you mix everything all at once like I did, do half of the rolls at a time so that they don't get smushed.
Then cover the bundt pan with plastic wrap and let it rise until it reaches the top of the pan.
Bake at 350 degrees for 25 to 35 minutes or until the dough pieces are fully baked where they touch each other. You may need to cover the pan with foil so the exposed dough doesn't brown too much. After it’s done baking, immediately invert the monkey bread from the bundt pan onto a large plate. Mix up a quick glaze with the powdered sugar, cream of coconut, rum extract (optional), and just enough milk to the desired consistency. Then drizzle it over the monkey bread. This Pina Colada Monkey Bread is best served warm from the oven with a little bit of extra toasted coconut on top.
10 ounce jar lemon curd
Whether you're celebrating Cinco de Mayo, or just love Mexican food, this post is for you! Today we're bringing you 10 fabulous fiesta dishes in the Mexican tradition. These are some amazing main dish recipes to spice up your menu. And click here for more fun Cinco de Mayo Recipes!
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