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.
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!
Enjoy your Fiesta with Rhodes Bake-n-Serv!
It is so much fun to create yummy things with Rhodes dough. Sure you could make it yourself, but why? When it comes to the dough, Rhodes does all of the work for you and it turns out perfect every time! Have you ever noticed that Springtime just screams "lemon!" That's why I thought it would be fun to create a pretty, sweet & tangy treat using lemon pie filling. And the little drizzle of icing on this warm, lemony loaf, is the perfect finishing touch. Thaw 2 loaves of Rhodes Traditional White Bread Dough and allow to come to room temperature. Spray the counter top with non-stick spray and line a baking sheet with a parchment. Press the 2 loaves of dough together and roll them out into a 12 x 16" rectangle. Spread one can of lemon pie filling down the center third of the rectangle. Cut the side pieces into strips as shown below. (The strips should be about 1" wide.) Braid the dough starting with the strip on the left and then the strip on the right. Repeat until the entire loaf is braided. The braiding will cover the lemon filling. When the braiding is done, carefully lift the Stromboli and place on the parchment. (You may need to angle it to fit it on the baking sheet.) Allow to rise 30 minutes. Bake at 400° for 18 -20 minutes or until golden. Remove from oven and allow to cool for about 15 minutes. Then drizzle this beautiful braid with icing (recipe below.) This is delicious served while still slightly warm (plus, I doubt anyone is going to want to wait around for it to cool!) For the icing, whisk together: 1 T. butter, softened 1 cup powdered sugar 1/4 t. vanilla 1 T. milk (more or less - to make a drizzling consistency Drizzle over the entire stromboli and enjoy!
Happy Spring y'all! It's Amber from Dessert Now, Dinner Later and I am super excited about today's recipe! Have you ever had a savory bread pudding? I hadn't either, and I am kicking myself for not trying it before now! This Savory Breakfast Bread Pudding has sausage, tomatoes, eggs, and herbs all in a cheesy bread pudding. It's even got a hint of sweetness to it, thanks to a little brown sugar. It's incredibly flavorful with savory herbs, and definitely cheesy and delicious! Let's show you how to make it! For this recipe you will need cubed Rhodes Bread, grated sharp cheddar cheese, diced tomatoes, browned Italian sausage, sliced green onions, minced fresh basil, brown sugar, dried oregano, garlic powder, eggs, heavy whipping cream, salt, pepper, and grated parmesan cheese. Place bread cubes in a large bowl. Combine cheddar cheese, tomatoes, sausage, green onions, basil, brown sugar, oregano and garlic powder. Add to bread and toss gently until bread is well coated. Pour mixture into a sprayed 9x13-inch baking pan. Whisk eggs, whipping cream, salt and pepper and pour over bread mixture. Sprinkle with parmesan cheese. Bake at 350°F 55-65 minutes or until knife inserted in center comes out clean. Then all that's left to do is taking your fork and digging right in! This is a great option for a brunch recipe. You could even prep it the night before and bake it in the morning for a hearty breakfast as well. You decide, but just put this Savory Breakfast Bread Pudding on your list, asap!
Hi! I am Kami from the blog Sweet Charli. When it comes to making a treat for my guests its all about 'Sweet'! I love to entertain, especially when there is a reason to. Cinco de Mayo is coming up soon and I thought it would be fun to have some friends over and treat them to this lovely dessert. We have a favorite Mexican restaurant near us that serves this delicious dessert made with fried tortillas, cinnamon and sugar, vanilla ice cream, and honey butter. They call it Nachos Dulces, or Sweet Nachos, and I have come up with a way for you to make this yourself with Rhodes Bake and Serve Dinner Rolls!
This dessert is the perfect combination of crunch, smooth ice cream, sweetness, and saltiness. It is a bed of warm cinnamon and sugar chips topped with vanilla ice cream, warm honey butter, and sprinkled with cinnamon. Place it at the center of your table with a few spoons and watch it disappear pretty quick. You may even get people stealing it right off of your spoon, for reals!
Nachos Dulces Recipe
**Yields about 6-8 people**
Ingredients: 6 Rhodes Bake and Serve White Dinner Rolls vanilla ice cream 1/2 cup sugar 2-3 T ground cinnamon warm honey butter vegetable oil
Let Rhodes dough thaw until soft but still cold, about 1-2 hours. Spray a cutting board and a rolling pin with cooking spray. Fill a frying pan half full with vegetable oil and turn on stove top on low-med heat. Mix cinnamon and sugar together in a bowl and set aside.
Roll dough out in a large circle, pretty thin.
Take a pizza cutter and cut into 8 triangles. Do this when the oil is ready so that the triangles don't shrink up before frying. To make sure oil is hot get your hand wet with water and sprinkle some into the frying pan. If the water sizzles, it's ready for the dough.
Place dough triangles in the frying pan and begin frying. You will need to flip them with tongs once the bottom side gets golden brown. You will want to cook them enough that they are crunchy, but not burnt.
Have a plate lined with paper towels ready for the chips when they are done cooking. Take the chips out of the oil and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar on both sides. When you are done cooking all of the chips, place on a large platter and scoop ice cream on top. Drizzle with warm honey butter then sprinkle with cinnamon. Serve with lots of spoons!
Make sure you get the perfect bite with a chip, a little ice cream, and honey butter...enjoy!
You guys, this cinnamon roll cake couldn't be any easier to make. You literally only need to buy one thing from the store and you'll be able to make this amazing cake. And besides being easy, its pretty much just like eating a big cinnamon roll, just in the form of cake - so its perfect for a simple birthday cake, or how about some cake for breakfast? So, like I said before, you literally only need one thing to make this amazing cake. Want to know what that is? All you need for this is 1 bag of Rhodes Cinnamon Rolls with Cream Cheese Frosting, and of course a 9x13 pan, non stick spray, and plastic wrap. And along with only needing 1 thing to make this, its only a few steps to make too. So first you'll let your rolls thaw for a little bit. (You want them to be thawed, but still cold - don't let them rise quite yet). This took about 1 hour for me. Then you're going to cut each cinnamon roll into 4 or 5 pieces. As you're cutting the rolls into pieces, you will be putting the pieces into your 9x13 pan (sprayed with nonstick spray first). Distribute them evenly to fill the whole pan. Then cover with sprayed plastic wrap and allow the rolls to rise till they double in size. This took about 3 hours for me. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees when your cinnamon roll pieces are almost done rising. When its ready, pop your pan into the oven and bake for 20-25 minutes, or until your cake is golden brown. (It took 23 minutes for me). Remove your pan from the oven and allow the cake to cool slightly. Drizzle the top with your 2 frosting packets (they come in the bag with the rolls). Cut it up and serve! Easy Cinnamon Roll Cake 12 Rhodes Cinnamon Rolls, thawed but still cold Cream Cheese Frosting, included with rolls 1) Once your cinnamon rolls are thawed, cut each roll into 4 or 5 pieces and drop the pieces into a sprayed 9x13 baking pan. Distribute the rolls evenly in the pan. 2) Cover the pan with sprayed plastic wrap and let it double in size. 3) Remove plastic wrap and bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes, or until golden brown. Remove from oven and allow to cool slightly. 4) Drizzle with frosting, cut up and serve.
Doesn't the fresh taste of citrus taste wonderful in the Spring? We think so! And we're highlighting 8 great recipes today that feature the luscious taste of lemon! Pick your favorite, or 2 or 3 :)
This is a lemon version of our beautiful Cloverleaf Rolls. A little snipping and dipping and you've got fresh rolls for breakfast or anytime!
Aren't these pretty? You just do some layering with the dough and the filling, slice into strips and twist! Here's a tip: if your twists won't stay twisted, cover the dough with plastic wrap and let it rest for 10 minutes, then try again!
These cuties couldn't be any easier! Take a couple of dinner rolls, dip in the lemon/nutmeg/sugar mixture and place in a muffin tin. A sure hit!
This is a lemon version of the popular pull apart loaves floating around the blogosphere. Rhodes makes it easy with our frozen dinner rolls! Just thaw, flatten, dip and stack!
This is a lovely loaf for slicing. You roll the dough out into a rectangle, spread on the lemon and cream cheese filling, and roll up jelly-roll style. Top it off with a little lemon glaze.
These pretty rolls follow the same idea as the loaf, only you slice them up before you bake. Tip: use some dental floss for easy slicing!
This is the lemon version of our popular monkey bread. The sweet citrusy flavor makes this pull apart perfect for a special breakfast!
And lastly, our sweet Lemony Lamb is a perfect spring surprise. Let the kids help you with this one!
All this freshness is brought to you by Rhodes Bake-n-Serv. Happy Spring!
I just love everything about spring! Easter, rain showers, warmer weather...But my favorite part is the beauty of spring flowers popping up everywhere. So I thought it would be totally appropriate to add springtime to a meal and turn our Rhodes rolls into flowers! My kids went crazy over these rolls. And the creamy honey butter smeared over the top was the icing on the cake. To make these rolls, remove eight Rhodes frozen white dinner rolls from the freezer and place on a greased cookie sheet. Cover with plastic wrap and let them thaw for 30 minutes. Use a pair of kitchen shears to cut each roll right down the center without cutting the roll in half completely. Then make two cuts on each side to form six petals. Fold down each side to make a flower shape. Isn't that just so fun? Cover with plastic wrap and let them rise for 2 hours. Then bake for 15 minutes at 350°. And that's it! Serve with deliciously creamy honey butter. These rolls and honey butter are perfect for a springtime meal. Enjoy! Flower Rolls with Creamy Honey Butter
- 8 Rhodes frozen white dinner rolls
- 1 c. butter, softened
- 1/3 c. honey
Place frozen dinner rolls on a greased cookie sheet; cover with plastic wrap and thaw for 30 minutes. Using a pair of kitchen shears, cut down the center of each roll without cutting the roll in half. Make two cuts on each side to form six petals. Fold down each side to make a flower shape. Cover with plastic wrap and thaw for 2 hours. Bake for 15 minutes at 350°. Combine butter and honey together with a spatula to make the honey butter. Serve on hot rolls. Enjoy!
Overnight Caramel Sticky Buns! They are so amazing, and so easy, and they really are the perfect breakfast treat to serve for Easter brunch! I have many childhood memories of mornings my family shared these sticky buns when my mom treated us with something extra special! We could never resist the taste of these fresh baked rolls especially because they are dripping with rich sweet gooey caramel! Now, I love to make them as well, and a recipe like this is perfect for those times when you want to treat your family without fussing in the kitchen. Even though these sticky buns taste as if you spent hours kneading dough, and the caramel drizzle is ridiculously good, they are so very easy! Let’s just face it, sometimes the cook has more important things to do than slaving over sweetbread dough, especially, when no one will notice or even care that these babies landed in the middle of the table instead. I Promise! Besides, there has to be time for hunting for Easter eggs, right? I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to miss out on any of the holiday fun, and I don’t have to with recipes as amazing as this one! Trust me, surprise your family with these Easter morning and they will love you forever!
First spray your favorite bundt pan with cooking spray, you can also use a tube pan (angel food cake pan). Place 18 Rhodes Frozen Dinner Rolls in the pan like so.
Sprinkle them with half a package (1/4 cup if you are measuring) of Cook & Serve Butterscotch Pudding.
Next, melt a little brown sugar and butter together and bring to a boil.
Over medium heat, melt your butter and brown sugar together until it comes to a rolling boil. The ingredients will combine together into a slightly thicker sauce that doesn't separate. it might even look a little foamy. Take the mixture off of the heat being careful because the hot mixture may sputter and spit. Stir until mixed well and pour over rolls. You'll want to forgo the microwave like I did in the above picture and actually make your caramel sauce in a saucepan on the stove top. You will get better results this way. Trust me, do as I say, not as I do!!!
Cover loosely with foil that has been sprayed with cooking spray, and set aside to raise. I like to keep them safe and sound in the oven overnight. In the morning, or after the rolls and thawed and raised, bake at 325 degrees for 25-30 minutes or until golden brown. Immediately invert rolls onto a large serving platter and enjoy.
Doubling this recipe works out great! One package of rolls contains enough for two batches so you won't have to worry about the other half of the pudding mix dusting your cupboards. I usually make one pan with nuts and one without. That way everyone is happy! My family always feels extra special when I make these for them! What is your family's favorite breakfast treat?
Whether you are just going to feed your family or you are planning on feeding a crowd, this Buffalo Chicken pull apart meal will be the hit of the night. Sometimes finding a meal that is not only easy but fun for the family, especially kids, can be hard. What appeals to you might not appeal to someone else. The thing about this fun dinner idea is that the kids can use their fingers, it's a little messy which all kids like, and you can customize it to your hearts desire! You will need:
- 20 Rhodes Dinner Rolls, thawed but still cold
- 2 1/2 cups shredded cooked chicken
- 3/4 cup buffalo wing sauce, divided
- 1/3 cup crumbled bleu cheese
- 2 tablespoons bleu cheese dressing
- 1/4 cup butter, melted
- extra bleu cheese dressing, if desired
Start by cooking your chicken and shredding it up. I used 2 large chicken breasts. I recommend just boiling it and then throwing it into your kitchen aid mixer. Just 30 seconds and you have fully shredded chicken! Then combine 1/2 cup of your buffalo wing sauce and your crumbled bleu cheese into the chicken bowl. Stir until well incorporated. Then you will cut each of your dinner rolls in half, creating 40 pieces. Roll each one out into about a 3 inch circle. Top each one with the chicken/sauce/cheese mixture. Fold the edges up to fully encase the meat in the center of the dough. Spray a bundt pan generously with non-stick spray. (optional: put remaining 1/4 cup buffalo sauce and bleu cheese dressing into the bottom of the pan. My kids don't like things saucy so we left this out) Roll each ball into butter and place them into the bottom of the pan, making sure to evenly fill all the areas until full. Cover the pan with plastic wrap and let sit for 30 minutes. Bake at 375 for 30-40 minutes. Check the rolls the last 10 minutes of baking and if the edges are looking dark, cover them with foil to prevent burning. Serve the rolls warm with extra buffalo sauce and bleu cheese dressing for dipping. While we were eating ours we got to thinking of other fabulous combinations you could do with this. What about pulled pork, mixed with BBQ sauce and a swiss cheese? or a sweet teriyaki chicken with mozzarella cheese? The possibilities could be endless with this simple idea.
Hippity hoppity, Easter's on its way! Are you ready?
Bunnies and duckies and chicks, oh my! Rhodes has you covered when it comes to cute Easter edibles to sweeten up your spring time feast! From simple to spectacular, you're sure to find something fun to adorn your table here!
As simple as rolling your dough into a rope and twisting it, these easy Bunny Buns will add a bit of whimsy to your roll basket.
These Cinna-Bunnies are a snap too with our ready to bake Anytime Cinnamon Rolls.
And this festive bunny is sure to impress. Get the kids to help you shape our Veggie Rabbit Dip Bowl for a fun appetizer.
We've got other cute baby animals too, like these Ducky Dinner Rolls with sliced almond beaks. Sure to be a hit!
To make these fun Dinner Roll Doves, you just tie your dough in a knot, snip the tail, and add the cute face. Simple, yet effective!
And if you're not much into decorating Easter eggs, decorate these Easter Egg Dinner Rolls instead!
Here are a couple fun traditional Easter treats. The first is Hot Cross Buns which are spiced sweet buns made with currants or raisins (we used cranberries) and marked with a cross on the top. They are traditionally eaten on Good Friday in the United Kingdom and other countires.
And our Resurrection Rolls hold symbolic significance for the traditional Christian view of Easter. This one is great for teaching the kids.
There you have it! We hope you're able to find a fun recipe that will work for you as you prepare for the Easter holiday!
Happy Easter from Rhodes!
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.
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!
This is what you’ll need: 12 Rhodes Dinner Rolls, cream cheese, powdered sugar, lemon extract, milk, vanilla extract, and Easter sprinkles.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Let the rolls sit until the icing is completely set before serving.
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