Lemon Cream Cheese Easter Buns

Tina From mommyskitchen.net Wed, Mar 25 2015

These cute little Easter Buns are a cinch to make because you start with frozen dinner rolls. Each Easter bun is filled with a lemon-cream cheese filling, topped with a simple vanilla icing, and finished off with sprinkles.

These cute little Easter Buns are a cinch to make because you start with frozen dinner rolls. Each Easter bun is filled with a lemon-cream cheese filling, topped with a simple vanilla icing, and finished off with sprinkles.

Hello! It's Tina from Mommy's Kitchen and I'm back sharing another fun and festive recipe perfect for Easter. St. Patrick's Day is behind us and Easter is just around the corner. I was trying to think of a new and yummy way to celebrate Easter and these Lemon Cream Cheese Easter Buns came to mind.  


I adapted my Super Easy King Cake recipe into these festive Easter buns. I think they turned out fabulous! Homemade bread is definitely my weakness, but I don't always have the time to bake rolls from scratch. This is where frozen bread and roll dough comes into the picture. With Rhodes Frozen Bread  products I can have homemade bread and rolls in no time.

These cute little Easter Buns are a cinch to make because you start with frozen dinner rolls. Each Easter bun is filled with a lemon-cream cheese filling, topped with a simple vanilla icing, and finished off with sprinkles.

What I love most about Rhodes bread and roll dough is how versatile and forgiving it is.  You can make just about any bread and roll recipe imaginable (bubble breads, monkey bread, sweet rolls, cinnamon bread) and more.  


These lemon cream cheese rolls start with frozen dinner rolls that I rolled out flat. I made a lemon cream cheese filling, added into the center, shaped them back into rolls, and topped them off with a ooey gooey vanilla icing. Don’t forget the sprinkles!  If you like lemons you're going to love these Lemon Cream Cheese Easter Buns.  Enjoy!

Lemon Cream Cheese Easter Buns

This is what you’ll need: 12 Rhodes Dinner Rolls, cream cheese, powdered sugar, lemon extract, milk, vanilla extract, and Easter sprinkles.

 

Lemon Cream Cheese Easter Buns 

Start by thawing 12 Rhodes Dinner Rolls at room temperature. You want them thawed, but still cold. While the rolls are thawing prepare the filling. In a small bowl add; softened cream cheese, powdered sugar and lemon extract. Using a mixer combine the filling until smooth and set aside.

 

Lemon Cream Cheese Easter Buns

Spray the counter top with non-stick spray. Using a rolling pin roll each dinner roll into a 5 inch circle; add one tablespoon lemon cream cheese filling to the center of the roll. Gather the corners and bring them together into the center. Tuck the ends in to seal and form into a ball.

 

Lemon Cream Cheese Easter Buns 

Place each roll seam side down on a large parchment covered baking sheet or use non-stick spray. Continue filling the remaining rolls. Cover the baking sheet with a piece of plastic wrap that has been sprayed with non-stick spray or use a flour sack towel that has been sprayed with baking spray. 

 

Lemon Cream Cheese Easter Buns
Place baking sheet in a warm place and let rolls rise until double in size (about 1 hour).   Remove the plastic wrap or towel and bake in a pre-heated 375 degree oven.

 

Lemon Cream Cheese Easter Buns

Bake rolls for 12-13 minutes or until golden brown. To avoid over-browning, cover with foil and continue to bake for about 5-7 minutes longer until done. Remove from oven and let rolls cool completely on the baking pan before removing.

Easter bun is filled with a lemon-cream cheese filling, topped with a simple vanilla icing, and finished off with sprinkles.

When rolls are completely cooled prepare the vanilla icing by combing the powdered sugar, vanilla extract and about milk. Use a wire whisk to combine the mixture.  You want a semi thick glaze so it stays on the rolls. Transfer the rolls to a baking rack and place a plate underneath (to catch the glaze that runs off).  Drizzle one tablespoon of glaze over each roll and add sprinkles.

 

These cute little Easter Buns are a cinch to make because you start with frozen dinner rolls. Each Easter bun is filled with a lemon-cream cheese filling, topped with a simple vanilla icing, and finished off with sprinkles.

Let the rolls sit until the icing is completely set before serving.

 

These cute little Easter Buns are a cinch to make because you start with frozen dinner rolls. Each Easter bun is filled with a lemon-cream cheese filling, topped with a simple vanilla icing, and finished off with sprinkles.



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Honey Butterflake Rolls

Staci Potter From www.thepotters-place Mon, Mar 23 2015

There is nothing better than a roll that is sweet yet buttery. These Honey Butterflake Rolls are delish and perfect for everyday as well as with your Easter dinner.

honey butterflake rollsHere is what you are going to need: 12 Rhodes rolls - thawed 6 T butter 3 T honey 1/2 t salt

Rhodes Rolls

Honey RollsStep 1 - 2 Spray counter lightly with non-stick cooking spray. Combine rolls and roll them into a 12x20 inch rectangle. Cover with plastic wrap and let rest 20 minutes.

Step 3 - In a small bowl combine butter, honey and salt. Stir until well combined. Remove wrap from dough and brush with half of the butter mixture. Step 4 - With a pizza cutter, cut dough lengthwise into sixths and widthwise into twelfths. Step 5 - Make stacks of 6 squares and place each stack, on end, in a sprayed muffin cup. Cover with sprayed plastic wrap and let rise until double in size. Remove wrap and brush with remaining butter mixture. Bake at 375°F 10-15 minutes or until golden brown.. Honeybutter RollsThis is the perfect recipe for honeybutter. They pull apart so nice and I can eat about 6 of these in one sitting. Easter Rolls yummy rolls honey butterflake rolls

ENJOY!!!

Rhodes To The Rescue

Rebecca Sat, Mar 21 2015

Rhodes To The Rescue, Customer Service Questions Answered.

 

Back to Basics with Rhodes Bake and Serve

 Early Easter morning you are ready.  You are going to win the prize of the day with the most glorious Easter supper that anyone has ever seen.  Because yes, you have your Rhodes rolls.  You claim them as your own.  There is a partnership, and an understanding with Rhodes-Bake-n-Serve that all things made in your own oven is “yours” and you may claim all rights and accolades.  You set your rolls out to thaw and rise and everything is going swimmingly!  With a little knowledge and preparation all will be well.  You are the star of your dinner along with your amazing rolls and bread from Rhodes-Bake-n-Serve.

I know this scenario is a bit melodramatic.  I am here to help with a few quick and easy tips to help your rolls turn out beautifully every time!  You will have the most amazing suppers, no matter the occasion.

Always check the best by date.  Yeast does expire even though it has been frozen.  This is located for the rolls stamped on the front of the package, and for bread on the closure tab.  Anytime Cinnamon rolls in the tin, the date is stamped on the cardboard cover. 

Rhodes Customer Service, questions answered for beautiful dinner rolls.

Rhodes Customer Service, questions answered for beautiful dinner rolls.

Rhodes Customer Service, questions answered for beautiful dinner rolls.

In addition, check for ice crystals in the bag.  Even though you can’t see through the bag you will be able to feel them and hear them.  If you do have ice crystals that means the package has been thawed and then refrozen, affecting how well the rolls will rise.  The yeast has been damaged. 

If you have opened a package but not used all the rolls yet, place the remaining rolls in a zippered freezer bag.   Write the expiration date on the bag with a sharpie, easier to read and see at a glance.  This is especially helpful with the bread because it is so easy to lose the closure tab. 

Rhodes Customer Service, questions answered for beautiful dinner rolls.

After placing your rolls in a pan to thaw and rise, cover with plastic wrap.  You will want to spray the plastic wrap with a non-stick spray.   This makes it so the dough doesn’t stick to the plastic.  No more flat rolls with this tip and trick. ***One amazing thing that I learned after baking with Rhodes for 14 years was to spray your plastic wrap while it is covering your rolls then flip the plastic wrap over.  Your sprayed side of the plastic will be touching the rolls.

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An easy way to thaw rolls is in the refrigerator (my personal favorite!)   It is so much easier to control how much they rise and eliminate to worry of your rolls over-proofing.   Remove the rolls from the original package.  Either place on your baking sheet or muffins tins.  If you are shaping them place in a gallon sized zippered bag.  (See our website in the shaped rolls section.  You will find some beautiful shapes and rolls to make.  My favorites are the Kaiser and Butter flake rolls.)

With these few simple steps you will be set to have an amazing supper with little stress and worry!  You will remain the star of the meal because you are amazing like that!  Feel free to call our customer service number (1-800-876-7333) with any baking questions or concerns. We look forward to all your successes and Happy Baking!

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Raspberry & Peach Danish

Sandra McCollum From www.adashofsanity Wed, Mar 18 2015

This Easy Raspberry & Peach Danish pastry is filled with fresh peaches and raspberries, and topped with a homemade crumb topping and cream cheese drizzle. Get all the elements of an exquisite pastry with a few simple steps, leaving you and your guests in awe.

This Easy Raspberry & Peach Danish pastry is filled with fresh peaches and raspberries, and topped with a homemade crumb topping and cream cheese drizzle.

I love pastries – love them! And while making them is fun and worthwhile, it can also be a time consuming quest. Unfortunately, not all of us have the time or the desire to make them. Until now.

This recipe changes all of that. Using Rhodes Rolls, I’ve found a way to make one of my favorite pastries in less time and hassle, yet retaining all the classic Danish look and taste.

This will be a recipe I’ll use all year long, especially right now. It has the perfect look for springtime, and with Easter around the corner, we plan on using use this Easy Raspberry & Peach Danish for breakfast or even as a dessert. Fruit-filled Danishes always add a finishing touch to any table they grace. You and your guests are sure to love it. Enjoy! XOXO San

This Easy Raspberry & Peach Danish pastry is filled with fresh peaches and raspberries, and topped with a homemade crumb topping and cream cheese drizzle.

Danish 20 Rhodes rolls 3 peaches 1 pint raspberries 1 tablespoon flour ¼ teaspoon cinnamon 2 ½ tablespoons butter ½ teaspoon vanilla 2 tablespoons honey ½ lemon, juiced This Easy Raspberry & Peach Danish pastry is filled with fresh peaches and raspberries, and topped with a homemade crumb topping and cream cheese drizzle. Crumb Topping 1 cup flour ¾ cup brown sugar ½ butter, softened ¼ teaspoon cinnamon Cream Cheese Frosting ¼ cup unsalted butter, softened 4 ounces cream cheese, softened 2 cups powdered sugar 1 ½ teaspoons almond extract 2 teaspoons milk To prepare the dough spray a 15x10 cooking pan with cooking oil, place 20 Rhodes rolls on the pan, 4 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, push them down using the palm over you hand. Use a rolling pin to rolls them out on the pan. Take the edges of the rolls and pinch them together, like pictured. This Easy Raspberry & Peach Danish pastry is filled with fresh peaches and raspberries, and topped with a homemade crumb topping and cream cheese drizzle. Replace the towel to cover the rolls, then prepare the peaches. Slice the peaches thinly, place in a sautee pan. Then top with butter, honey, cinnamon, lemon juice, and 1 tablespoon flour. Over medium heat, cook the peaches until tender, 5-7 minutes. Spread peaches over rolls. Top with the fresh raspberries, like pictured. This Easy Raspberry & Peach Danish pastry is filled with fresh peaches and raspberries, and topped with a homemade crumb topping and cream cheese drizzle. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Prepare the topping, in a small mixing bowl combine 1 cup flour, brown sugar, butter and cinnamon. Using a pastry blender or fork, mix together until the mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Place topping over peaches and raspberries. This Easy Raspberry & Peach Danish pastry is filled with fresh peaches and raspberries, and topped with a homemade crumb topping and cream cheese drizzle. Place in the oven and bake for 30 minutes. Remove from oven and make frosting while it is cooling. Easy Raspberry & Peach Danish baked Drizzle frosting oven the Danish, using a frosting bag or Ziploc with corner snipped off. Serve immediately or even, if you must save for later.

Butter Pecan Bars

Kristi From ishouldbemoppingthefloor Mon, Mar 16 2015
These Butter Pecan Bars were delicious! 
They were like a pecan pie combines with a cookie...into the perfect bar. 

These ooey gooey bars are the perfect treat...makes me feel like it's a special holiday with that perfect pecan pie taste. And my kids loved them too! 

So absolutely delicious.
And a little southern...which I'm all over! 


Butter Pecan Bars

8 Rhodes Dinner Rolls, thawed to room temperature
3/4 cup chopped pecans
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup light corn syrup
2 tablespoons butter, melted
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 beaten egg

Spray counter lightly with non-stick cooking spray. Combine rolls and roll into a 10x14-inch rectangle. Place in the bottom of a sprayed 9x13-inch baking pan. Poke dough several times with a fork to prevent bubbles from forming and pre-bake at 350°F 8 minutes. Remove from oven to cool.

Combine pecans, sugar, corn syrup, butter, vanilla and egg and mix well. Pour and spread pecan mixture over crust and bake an additional 15-18 minutes or until golden brown. Cool and cut into strips. 

Pour and spread pecan mixture over crust and bake an additional 15-18 minutes or until golden brown. Cool and cut into strips.  

Do you have a favorite dessert that you'd love in bar form? I'm pretty sure these Butter Pecan Bars are mine!

Shamrock Bread

The Mamas Girls From themamasgirls Wed, Mar 11 2015

Rhodes Braided Shamrock Bread for St. Patricks Day I’m Becky from themamasgirls.com. Besides eating, creating fun foods with dough is one of my favorite things to do in the kitchen. Maybe it's just the kid in me. It seems to take me back to my old "play dough" days! I love to create new foods and recipes. It's easy to be creative when Rhodes does all of the work for you. Rhodes' home baked bread fills my house with the delicious aroma of home-baked bread. There's nothing like it! I'm happy to share one of our fun, family traditions, this Braided Shamrock Bread.

While trying to think of a fun, new way to celebrate St. Patty’s Day, I came up with this idea for Braided Shamrock Bread. This is a fun, festive bread that you could serve with your Corned Beef & Cabbage dinner on St. Patty's Day.

It all Starts by thawing 8 Rhodes Texas Sized Rolls and allow them to come to room temperature. Rhodes Braided Shamrock Bread for St. Patricks Day Spray the counter top with non-stick spray. Roll each of the 8 Texas Rolls into a smooth, 12” long rope. Rhodes Braided Shamrock Bread for St. Patricks Day With 2 of the ropes, lightly press the ends together to form a “V”, and lightly pinch the ends together as shown above. The rope on your left should be on the top. Rhodes Braided Shamrock Bread for St. Patricks Day Take the rope on your right, bend it and place it on top the rope on the left, about 2” up from where the 2 ropes touch. Pinch it lightly just to make sure it will hold. Rhodes Braided Shamrock Bread for St. Patricks Day With the rope on the left, bend it and go over the right curved rope and then underneath. Pinch lightly to secure. You will have a little "heart" shape. Rhodes Braided Shamrock Bread for St. Patricks Day Rhodes Braided Shamrock Bread for St. Patricks Day Repeat with the other 6 ropes to make 3 more “heart” shapes. Rhodes Braided Shamrock Bread for St. Patricks Day Then place them close together (touching) like a “4-leaf clover” on a parchment lined baking sheet that has been sprayed with non-stick spray. Rhodes Braided Shamrock Bread for St. Patricks Day Brush all over the top and sides with an egg wash made of 1 beaten egg + 1 tablespoon water. Allow to rise in a warm place for about 30 minutes. Bake in a pre-heated 375° oven for 12-13 minutes or until golden. To avoid over-browning, cover with foil and continue to bake for about 5-7 minutes longer until done. Rhodes Braided Shamrock Bread for St. Patricks Day Pull apart to serve.

Rainbow Bread

Amber From dessertnowdinnerlater Fri, Mar 06 2015

RAINBOW BREAD!  It's so bright and cheery and perfect for St. Patrick's Day!

 Hello! It's Amber from Dessert Now, Dinner Later! I'm super excited to share today's recipe tutorial for rainbow bread! It's so bright and cheery and perfect for St. Patrick's Day! The colors are kneaded into 6 different layers, then rolled up and baked in a loaf pan! Kneading takes the most time, but if you have helping hands, it goes by in no time at all. Start with 2 loaves of thawed Rhodes White Bread. And the colors of the rainbow (food coloring): red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple. Cut each loaf into thirds, so you have 6 pieces.Rainbow BreadIf you have plastic gloves, use them to help protect your hands from turning colors. I kneaded each section of dough with my bare hands on a silicone mat to protect my counter and I used baking spray to keep my hands from sticking to the dough. Washing your hands between colors helps, and a little bit of watered down bleach will help get most of the coloring off your hands when you are done. Keep the extra pieces covered while you work so they don't dry out.Rainbow BreadI find it easiest to roll each piece of dough into a rope, then fold the rope ends in towards the center creating a round shape, then dab the dough all over with food coloring. Fold the food coloring inside the dough, and then roll it back into a rope. Repeat until you reach a bright, solid color. It took me about 10 minutes to knead each color (1 hour total). You will get a workout!Rainbow BreadOnce all of the colors have been made and the dough has rested for at least 10 minutes, roll each color into a rectangle, starting with the red, then orange, then yellow, then green, then blue, then purple.Rainbow Bread Stack each layer on top of the color before it, matching the edges as best you can. (Use a light dusting of flour on your counter, if needed.)RainBow BreadCut the large rectangle in half, and roll each half into a loaf so the red is on the outside. Place each loaf into a greased loaf pan. Cover and let rise for 1 hour or until double in size.Rainbow BreadBake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 25 to 30 minutes or until baked through. Flip bread out onto a cooling rack and allow the bread to cool completely before slicing.

RAINBOW BREAD!  It's so bright and cheery and perfect for St. Patrick's Day!

 

Serve this rainbow bread with butter for dinner, or use it for a colorful French toast breakfast! Enjoy!

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Reuben Swirl Rolls

Yvonne From triedandtasty Wed, Mar 04 2015

St. Patrick's Day is this month how will you be celebrating? Soon you will see the internet flooding of all things corned beef!

St. Patrick's Day is this month how will you be celebrating? Soon you will see the internet flooding of all things corned beef! In fact, I mentioned in my Corned Beef Braid that I had actually never had corned beef until the last couple of years. Where has it been my whole life?! I'm hooked! Excited to bring you another fantastic recipe to help you celebrate the Irish! Lets get started shall we? St. Patrick's Day is this month how will you be celebrating? Soon you will see the internet flooding of all things corned beef!

As usual, you'll want to round up all of your ingredients. I decided to switch things up and use the crack wheat rolls instead of the traditional white rolls. AMAZING! Then you'll only need some corned beef, swiss cheese, saurkraut (LOVE), thousand island dressing, pepper, and caraway seeds (if you are in to those, I decided they aren't my fav!) St. Patrick's Day is this month how will you be celebrating? Soon you will see the internet flooding of all things corned beef!

Spray counter lightly with non-stick cooking spray. Combine rolls into a ball and roll into a 9x13-inch rectangle. Spread dressing evenly over dough. St. Patrick's Day is this month how will you be celebrating? Soon you will see the internet flooding of all things corned beef!Arrange cheese slices evenly over dressing.Sprinkle with sauerkraut, caraway seeds (if using) and pepper. St. Patrick's Day is this month how will you be celebrating? Soon you will see the internet flooding of all things corned beef!Top with corned beef slices. St. Patrick's Day is this month how will you be celebrating? Soon you will see the internet flooding of all things corned beef!Starting from a long side, roll up jelly-roll style. St. Patrick's Day is this month how will you be celebrating? Soon you will see the internet flooding of all things corned beef!Using a serrated knife, cut into 8 slices. Place cut side up on a sprayed baking sheet (if they start to unroll, secure with toothpicks). St. Patrick's Day is this month how will you be celebrating? Soon you will see the internet flooding of all things corned beef!Cover with sprayed plastic wrap and let rise 30-45 minutes. Remove wrap and bake at 350°F 20-25 minutes. St. Patrick's Day is this month how will you be celebrating? Soon you will see the internet flooding of all things corned beef!Serve warm with extra dressing for dipping, if desired!

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Corned Beef Braid

Yvonne From triedandtasty Mon, Mar 02 2015

It's March! Do you know what that means? It's the month of all things GREEN.It's March! Do you know what that means? It's the month of all things GREEN! Green happens to be my favorite color, so I get a little overly excited. March is also the month for corned beef.  Can you believe that I only had corned beef for the first time a year or two ago? One bite in and I wondered how in the world I'd lived my life without trying it before. YUMMO! When I saw this Corned Beef Braid I knew I would love it... and love it I did! It's super simple to throw together. Check it out! It's March! Do you know what that means? It's the month of all things GREEN.Gather up your ingredients. You'll need Rhodes Dinner, dijon mustard, sliced deli corned beef, spinach, potatoes (baked & sliced), Swiss cheese, an egg, salt & pepper to taste & caraway seeds. Phew. It's not as bad as it sounds. It's really not that many ingredients. It's March! Do you know what that means? It's the month of all things GREEN.Make sure your rolls are thawed to room temperature. They will be best to work with this way. You can use the dinner rolls or Texas rolls. Whatever you fancy. I fancy the Texas rolls... I don't have to use as many of them. It's March! Do you know what that means? It's the month of all things GREEN.Spray your counter lightly with non-stick cooking spray {or use a Roulpat like I prefer}. Combine dinner or Texas rolls and roll into a 12x16-inch rectangle. You better believe I got out a ruler to measure that baby. I wanted it just right! Cover with plastic wrap and let rest 20-25 minutes. It's March! Do you know what that means? It's the month of all things GREEN.Remove wrap and spread mustard lengthwise in a 4-inch strip down center of dough. Top with corned beef. It's March! Do you know what that means? It's the month of all things GREEN.Cooked spinach. It's March! Do you know what that means? It's the month of all things GREEN.Baked potato slices. Or chunks. However yours turn out. It all works out the same either way in the end. It's March! Do you know what that means? It's the month of all things GREEN.Top with grated cheese. Lots and lots of yummy cheese. This may or may not be my favorite part! It's March! Do you know what that means? It's the month of all things GREEN.Marvel for a moment at the amazingness this braid is about to become. It will truly be a work of art. St. Patrick's Day is this month how will you be celebrating? Soon you will see the internet flooding of all things corned beef!Make cuts 1 1/2-inches apart on long sides of dough to within 1/2-inch of filling. St. Patrick's Day is this month how will you be celebrating? Soon you will see the internet flooding of all things corned beef!You will want to make sure you don't cut the strips too thin. I kept my ruler out for this part too. It was ever so helpful. Rhodes Corned Beef BraidBegin braid by folding top and bottom strips toward filling. Then braid strips alternately over filling. Finish by pulling last strip over and tucking under braid. Rhodes Corned Beef BraidLift braid with both hands and place on sprayed baking sheet. Brush with beaten egg and sprinkle with caraway seeds. Rhodes Corned Beef BraidCover with sprayed plastic wrap and let rise 30 minutes. Remove wrap and bake at 375°F 20-25 minutes until the most beautiful golden brown.  Rhodes Corned Beef BraidLet cool slightly, then slice & serve. Enjoy! It's delicious :)

St. Patrick's Day Fun

Stacie Fri, Feb 27 2015

When it comes to baking, Rhodes is your pot 'o gold! We've got all kinds of fun ideas to help you celebrate St. Patrick's Day - lucky you! Whether you're Irish or not, browse through these great recipes, and we'll sure you'll find something to make your day just a little more special. 

Rhodes is your pot o gold

Corned beef and cabbage isn't a traditional Irish dish, more of an American-Irish dish that immigrants from Ireland adopted when they couldn't afford pork, which was what they typically ate. So Americans have adopted this dish as a typical celebration of St. Patrick's Day. And then of course, someone decided to put it on a sandwich and call it a Reuben. So here are some fun variations on corned beef and the Reuben sandwich.

Reuben Turnovers

Rhodes Reuben Turnovers for St. Patrick's Day

Reuben Braid

Rhodes Reuben Braid for St. Patrick's Day

Reuben Swirl Rolls

Rhodes Reuben Swirl Rolls for St. Patrick's Day

Reuben Pizza

Rhodes Reuben Pizza for St. Patrick's Day

Corned Beef and Potato Pizza

Rhodes Corned Beef and Potato Pizza for St. Patrick's Day

And of course you're going to need a little luck 'o the Irish for your St. Patrick's Day celebration, so here are a few recipes that feature clovers and shamrocks:

Lemon Cloverleaf Rolls

Rhodes Lemon Cloverleaf Rolls for St. Patrick's Day

St. Patrick's Day Rolls

Rhodes St. Patrick's Day Rolls

Cloverleaf Sandwich

Rhodes Cloverleaf Sandwich for St. Patrick's Day

Shamrock Pizza Bites

Rhodes Shamrock Pizza Bites

Lucky Lime Rolls

Rhodes Lucky Lime Rolls for St. Patrick's Day

Cinnamon Shamrocks

Rhodes Cinnamon Roll Shamrock for St. Patrick's Day

Have a happy St. Patrick's Day from Rhodes Bake-n-Serv!

Chicken Ranch Pitas

Kami Watson From www.sweetcharli Wed, Feb 25 2015

Chicken ranch pitas! Along with healthy, they are also very tasty and full of flavor.

Hi! I'm Kami from Sweet Charli. One thing about myself is that I like to make nutritional foods and these healthy chicken ranch pitas are just that. Along with healthy, they are also very tasty and full of flavor. I used Rhodes Cracked Wheat Rolls to make the pitas and then filled them with a delicious healthy ranch spread, some chicken, and vegetables of choice. These are great to make for a crowd or even just for yourself! I am so excited to share this recipe with you today!

Chicken ranch pitas! Along with healthy, they are also very tasty and full of flavor.

Rhodes Healthy Chicken Ranch Pitas

(Recipe listed yields 2 pitas)

Ingredients:

4 Rhodes Cracked Wheat Rolls

1 cup shredded or chopped chicken

2 wedges Laughing Cow Swiss Cheese Lite

2 tsp. Ranch Dip Powder

2 T. plain greek yogurt

Vegetables (cucumbers, spinach, tomatoes)

Set your rolls out to thaw for about 2 hours, just until soft enough to play with. Once thawed, preheat oven to 350 degrees. Take each of them and stretch them out until a small flatbread-like circle forms, about 4"-5" in diameter.

Chicken ranch pitas! Along with healthy, they are also very tasty and full of flavor.

Place the cheese wedges and greek yogurt in a small bowl and microwave about 10 seconds. Add the ranch powder and mix well. Smother the mixture onto two of the four round dough circles.

Chicken Ranch Pitas

Place the chicken onto the smothered ranch mixture.

Chicken ranch pitas! Along with healthy, they are also very tasty and full of flavor.

Take the other round dough circle and place onto the one with chicken and ranch. Take a fork and seal the edges all around the circle.

Chicken ranch pitas! Along with healthy, they are also very tasty and full of flavor.

Line a cookie sheet with tinfoil and spray with cooking spray. Place the pitas on the pan and put in the oven. Cook for about 15 minutes, or until edges and top of pitas are slightly golden.

Chicken ranch pitas! Along with healthy, they are also very tasty and full of flavor.

When the pitas are done baking, cut them in half. You can choose to add your vegetables and eat the pita while it is hot or what I like to do is chill the chicken pita in the refrigerator for about an hour and then fill it with my vegetables and eat. Either way, these taste delicious and refreshing.

Rhodes Chicken Ranch Pitas

Just a side note: for the chicken I use chicken that I've baked and shredded myself. If you are looking for something quicker, canned chicken tastes great too.

Nutty Flatbreads

Aimee Berrett From lmld.org/ Mon, Feb 23 2015

Hi, I'm Aimee from Like Mother Like Daughter visiting to share an amazing flatbread recipe. I'm sure you all already knew this, but I had no idea I could make flatbread from Rhodes Rolls and its totally easy too! That's the great thing about baking with Rhodes Rolls is they take all the difficulty out of preparing the dough! These nutty flatbreads have a delicious Rhodes Roll flatbread base, drizzled with honey, sprinkled with crispy bacon pieces and walnuts, and covered in thin slices of brie cheese. They're even a little bit fancy, but still simple enough to make that you could serve them as an appetizer for a great party, or something more casual with close friends too. Rhodes Roll flatbread base, drizzled with honey, sprinkled with crispy bacon pieces and walnuts, and covered in thin slices of brie cheese.
So to make them you'll let 8 Rhodes Rolls thaw completely. You'll also need bacon, brie, walnuts and honey. Rhodes Roll flatbread base, drizzled with honey, sprinkled with crispy bacon pieces and walnuts, and covered in thin slices of brie cheese. Then using a rolling pin (I thought it was easier with my small rolling pin) you'll roll each roll out on your counter to be about 6 or 7 inches across. Rhodes Roll flatbread base, drizzled with honey, sprinkled with crispy bacon pieces and walnuts, and covered in thin slices of brie cheese. Then you'll brush one side of each of your rolls with olive oil. These nutty flatbreads have a delicious Rhodes Roll flatbread base, drizzled with honey, sprinkled with crispy bacon pieces and walnuts, and covered in thin slices of brie cheese. Place oil side down into a frying pan preheated to medium heat. Allow to cook in pan for 1 to 2 minutes till lightly brown. These nutty flatbreads have a delicious Rhodes Roll flatbread base, drizzled with honey, sprinkled with crispy bacon pieces and walnuts, and covered in thin slices of brie cheese. Brush the top side with olive oil and flip. Cook that side the same way. These nutty flatbreads have a delicious Rhodes Roll flatbread base, drizzled with honey, sprinkled with crispy bacon pieces and walnuts, and covered in thin slices of brie cheese. When done frying place each flat bread on a prepared baking sheet. Sprinkle bacon over the tops of each flatbread evenly, then drizzle with honey. These nutty flatbreads have a delicious Rhodes Roll flatbread base, drizzled with honey, sprinkled with crispy bacon pieces and walnuts, and covered in thin slices of brie cheese. Top each with thinly sliced brie cheese pieces and then sprinkle with chopped walnut pieces. These nutty flatbreads have a delicious Rhodes Roll flatbread base, drizzled with honey, sprinkled with crispy bacon pieces and walnuts, and covered in thin slices of brie cheese. Broil the flatbreads for about 2 or 3 minutes until the cheese starts to melt. Remove them from the oven and sprinkle the tops with a little sea salt to taste and serve. These nutty flatbreads have a delicious Rhodes Roll flatbread base, drizzled with honey, sprinkled with crispy bacon pieces and walnuts, and covered in thin slices of brie cheese.
  

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