Rainbow Bread

Amber From dessertnowdinnerlater Fri, Mar 06 2015

Rainbow Bread - Rhodes frozen dough is kneaded into 6 bright colors and rolled into a fun rainbow loaf (step-by-step photo instructions included). The perfect bread to eat with butter for dinner or use for breakfast french toast on 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 Bread - ingredients If 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 Bread - tutorial I 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 Bread - tutorial Once 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 - tutorial 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 Bread - tutorial Cut 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 Bread - tutorial Bake 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 - Rhodes frozen dough is kneaded into 6 bright colors and rolled into a fun rainbow loaf (step-by-step photo instructions included). The perfect bread to eat with butter for dinner or use for breakfast french toast on St. Patrick's Day!


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

Reuben Swirl Rolls

Yvonne From triedandtasty Wed, Mar 04 2015

Rhodes Reuben Swirl Rolls // Tried and TastySt. 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? Rhodes Reuben Swirl Rolls // Tried and TastyAs 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!) Rhodes Reuben Swirl Rolls // Tried and TastySpray counter lightly with non-stick cooking spray. Combine rolls into a ball and roll into a 9x13-inch rectangle. Spread dressing evenly over dough. Rhodes Reuben Swirl Rolls // Tried and TastyArrange cheese slices evenly over dressing.Sprinkle with sauerkraut, caraway seeds (if using) and pepper. Rhodes Reuben Swirl Rolls // Tried and TastyTop with corned beef slices. Rhodes Reuben Swirl Rolls // Tried and TastyStarting from a long side, roll up jelly-roll style. Rhodes Reuben Swirl Rolls // Tried and TastyUsing a serrated knife, cut into 8 slices. Place cut side up on a sprayed baking sheet (if they start to unroll, secure with toothpicks). Rhodes Reuben Swirl Rolls // Tried and TastyCover with sprayed plastic wrap and let rise 30-45 minutes. Remove wrap and bake at 350°F 20-25 minutes. Rhodes Reuben Swirl Rolls // Tried and TastyServe warm with extra dressing for dipping, if desired!

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Corned Beef Braid

Yvonne From triedandtasty Mon, Mar 02 2015

Rhodes Corned Beef Braid // Tried and TastyIt'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! Rhodes Corned Beef Braid // Tried and TastyGather 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. Rhodes Corned Beef Braid // Tried and TastyMake 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. Rhodes Corned Beef Braid // Tried and TastySpray 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. Rhodes Corned Beef Braid // Tried and TastyRemove wrap and spread mustard lengthwise in a 4-inch strip down center of dough. Rhodes Corned Beef Braid // Tried and TastyTop with corned beef. Rhodes Corned Beef Braid // Tried and TastyCooked spinach. Rhodes Corned Beef Braid // Tried and TastyBaked potato slices. Or chunks. However yours turn out. It all works out the same either way in the end. Rhodes Corned Beef Braid // Tried and TastyTop with grated cheese. Lots and lots of yummy cheese. This may or may not be my favorite part! Rhodes Corned Beef Braid // Tried and TastyMarvel for a moment at the amazingness this braid is about to become. It will truly be a work of art. Rhodes Corned Beef Braid // Tried and TastyMake cuts 1 1/2-inches apart on long sides of dough to within 1/2-inch of filling. Rhodes Corned Beef Braid // Tried and TastyYou 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 Braid // Tried and TastyBegin 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 Braid // Tried and TastyLift braid with both hands and place on sprayed baking sheet. Brush with beaten egg and sprinkle with caraway seeds. Rhodes Corned Beef Braid // Tried and TastyCover 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 Braid // Tried and TastyLet 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

healthy chicken ranch pitas

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!

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Rhodes Healthy Chicken Ranch Pitas

(Recipe listed yields 2 pitas)


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.

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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.

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Place the chicken onto the smothered ranch mixture.

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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.

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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.

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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 Pita s

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 Nutty Flatbread
So to make them you'll let 8 Rhodes Rolls thaw completely. You'll also need bacon, brie, walnuts and honey. nutty flat bread 1 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. nutty flat bread 2 Then you'll brush one side of each of your rolls with olive oil. nutty flat bread 3 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. nutty flat bread 4 Brush the top side with olive oil and flip. Cook that side the same way. nutty flat bread 5 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. nutty flat bread 7 Top each with thinly sliced brie cheese pieces and then sprinkle with chopped walnut pieces. nutty flat bread 8 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. Rhodes Nutty Flatbread

Apple Cinnamon Shamrock Pull-Aparts

Jennifer Day From mydaylights.net/ Fri, Feb 20 2015

Apple Cinnamon Shamrock Pull-Aparts

Hi! It's Jen from My Daylights and I'm back to share another fun recipe just in time for St. Patrick's Day! I have a lot of Irish blood in me and I enjoy finding things to do for this fun little holiday. My kids love cinnamon, apples, and bread so I wanted to combine them into individualized pull-aparts. With ingredients like that, it's a win-win for Mom in the kitchen!

_DSC1087_opt The apples inside the pull-aparts are the "gold" and I used gold liners to make them seem even more like the leprechaun's' treasure. In a way, these are fun little pots of gold! Here's how I did it. Apple Cinnamon Shamrock Pull-Aparts Apple Cinnamon Shamrock Pull-Aparts Apple Cinnamon Shamrock Pull-Aparts They don't need to rise so, when they're finished, pop them in the oven at 350 degrees for 12-15 minutes. The tops may come apart a little but they can be put together again once they have cooled down. If you didn't double up on the muffin liners, they may leak slightly. If that's the case, plop them into another liner and you'll be set. _DSC1077_opt0 That's it! These were really easy to put together. And my kids gobbled them right up! They are great for breakfast or for an after school snack and you could make them any time of year. But having a little green food on St. Patrick's Day is always a fun bonus! Be sure to stop by my site to see more fun St. Patrick's Day and Easter ideas as well. _DSC1092_opt _DSC1073_opt Apple Cinnamon Shamrock Pull-Aparts

Whole Grain Chicken Broccoli Cheddar Pockets

Tiffany Rudd From www.feelgreatin8 Wed, Feb 18 2015

RhodesChickenPockets1 Hi, it's Tiffany from Feel Great in 8, back to share another simple healthy recipe! These Whole Grain Chicken Broccoli Cheddar Pockets have been a favorite quick and easy dinner recipe of mine for years. Actually, I grew up with my mom using Rhodes rolls to make these for me! They take literally a few minutes to put together, are simple to make in big quantities, and freeze beautifully. In 30 minutes or so you can have a healthy dinner for your family and lunches to last the rest of the month! The first thing you need to do is prep your ingredients. First, let the Rhodes Cracked Wheat Rolls thaw - I just cover mine in plastic wrap sprayed with a little olive oil and leave them to thaw on the counter, or you can microwave them on a low setting until thawed but not cooked at all. Then you'll just need to chop your broccoli and chicken and shred some cheddar cheese. I usually use a rotisserie chicken from the grocery store, which makes this recipe even easier, but you can use any cooked chicken.


Next, flatten each thawed roll into a 5 inch circle. You can see that the circle isn't too thin, but you want it stretched and flattened enough to fit all those yummy ingredients.

RhodesChickenPockets3 Then just top each circle of dough with a heaping tablespoon full of each ingredient. Of course, you are welcome to add more of your favorites, if you can fit them in. RhodesChickenPockets4 Pull the dough around the ingredients until the sides meet and a pocket is formed. Pinch together the edges of the dough to seal in the ingredients. If your dough has been out long enough to feel dry, wet your finger and moisten the edges of the dough so that it sticks well. RhodesChickenPockets5 Place each pocket on a cookie sheet sprayed with olive oil or nonstick spray. Bake at 350 degrees F for 15-20 minutes, or until the tops and bottoms are golden brown. Enjoy!  

Cordon Bleu Stromboli

Jennie Larsen From www.craft-o-maniac Mon, Feb 16 2015

Jen here from Craft-O-Maniac visiting the tasty Rhodes website today YAY! Oh' my goodness, this Rhodes Cordon Bleu Stromboli is out of this world. I made it for my family last night, and all my kids asked for seconds and thirds. The Rhodes hot rolled out loaf a bread cooks perfectly around all the delicious deli sliced meats. The bread is soft and warm on the inside with the perfect crunchy toasted goodness on the outside. The Swiss cheese is ooey goeey and the flavors of the dressing and rosemary just make it. Its a recipe that is definitely being filed in our recipe box. Two big thumbs up on this yumminess. Lets take a look at all the goodness below. rhodes strumboli sandwhich6pm   rhodes strumboli sandwhich   rhodes strumboli sandwhich8 rhodes strumboli sandwhich4-001


Cordon Bleu Stromboli Ingredients: 1 Loaf Rhodes Bread Dough or 8 Rhodes Texas Rolls, thawed to room temperature 2 tablespoons butter, softened 2 1/2 teaspoons mustard 8 ounces thinly sliced deli ham 1 cup grated Swiss cheese 8 ounces thinly sliced deli chicken 1/2 teaspoon rosemary Instructions: Spray counter top lightly with non-stick cooking spray. Roll loaf or combined rolls into a 10x18-inch rectangle. Spread dough with butter and then with mustard. Top with ham, cheese and chicken. Sprinkle rosemary over chicken. Starting with a long side, carefully fold the dough over in thirds making sure the toppings stay in place. Pinch the seam closed, fold ends over the top and pinch to seal. Turn the Stromboli over and place on a sprayed baking sheet with seams on the bottom. With a knife, lightly score the top. Cover with sprayed plastic wrap and let rise for 30 minutes. Remove plastic and bake at 375°F 25-30 minutes. Slice, serve and enjoy!

Mini Heart Pizzas

Allison Miller From www.cupcakediariesblog Fri, Feb 13 2015

Mini Heart PizzasHi! I'm Alli from Cupcake Diaries and I'm back sharing another family-friendly recipe that my kids absolutely love. And even better...it's easy! This recipe uses a loaf of Rhodes White Bread. It's a great meal to make for your family for a Valentine's Day dinner. The kids will love helping put these Mini Heart Pizzas together! Mini Heart PizzasThese pizzas are super easy to make. Let one loaf of Rhodes White Bread thaw for three hours. Then roll the dough out right on the counter until it's about a quarter inch thick or so. It will likely poof up a little bit (like at the bottom of mine), but that's ok! Mini Heart PizzasUse a heart cookie cutter to cut out the individual pizzas. I used a cutter about 4" in width at its largest point and was able to get 6 pizzas with it. Place pizzas on a greased cookie sheet. Mini Heart PizzasAdd pizza sauce, mozzarella cheese, and desired pizza toppings to each mini pizza. My boys love mini pepperonis on their pizza. Mini Heart Pizzas Bake the pizzas and enjoy! Super easy and so fun for dinner on Valentine's Day. I hope you have a great Valentine's Day! Mini Heart Pizzas (makes about 6 pizzas)

Raspberry Bubble Bake

Jasey M From jaseyscrazydaisy Wed, Feb 11 2015

Raspberry Bubble Bake

My kids love this Raspberry Bubble Bake. They've enjoyed it for breakfast, it reminds me a little bit of jelly donuts, in a casserole, or a little bit like a cobbler or even maybe pie. Which means they've also enjoyed it for dessert. You've gotta love a recipe that can double as breakfast and dessert too! At least I do!!! Sometimes I leave the glaze off and we top it with scoops of creamy vanilla ice cream. It's a great recipe that's easy and versatile because you can change up the flavors to match your tastes or even the seasons by switching out the pie filling. Raspberry is our favorite, but we also love the blueberry and cherry variations too. I think you are going to love it too! It's definitely a crowd pleaser, and it's super easy. This Raspberry Bubble Bake would make a fabulous Valentine's Day breakfast treat, unless you planned on sampling a box of chocolate for breakfast that day?! Don't you think? Let me get you started.

First you'll want to spray a 9x13 baking dish with non-stick cooking spray. Place twelve rolls in it and let thaw just until soft. 

Once soft, use kitchen shears or a sharp knife and cut each roll into half and then cut each half into three pieces.  Spread two cans of your favorite flavor of pie filling evenly over the bits of dough. Just like this. Spray a piece of plastic wrap with non-stick cooking spray and cover dish and let dough finish rising. It will double in size and begin peaking through the filling like pictured below. If you'd like, you can place the covered dough in the freezer over night and let it sit for about half an hour, or until the dough has finished rising before baking. When the dough is ready, bake at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes or until the bread has started turning golden brown and holds it shape when lightly touched. Delicious Raspberry Bubble Bake When your Raspberry Bubble Bake is finished baking, whip up a delicious glaze by mixing together some butter, milk and powdered sugar. Drizzle the glaze over the top of your dish and enjoy! Raspberry Bubble Bake

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Valentine's Day Raspberry Rolls

Amber From dessertnowdinnerlater Mon, Feb 09 2015

These heart shaped raspberry rolls are the perfect sweet treat or breakfast idea for your sweetheart this Valentine's Day! This is Amber, back visiting from Dessert Now, Dinner Later! Valentine's Day is one of my favorite holidays to play with food for! The pinks and reds, fruit and chocolate. Oh yeah! Today's post is focusing on the pink/red/fruit combo! How fun would it be to make these Valentine's Day Raspberry Rolls for your sweetheart or kiddos this February 14th? These heart shaped raspberry rolls are the perfect sweet treat or breakfast idea for your sweetheart this Valentine's Day! This recipe is maybe an intermediate skill level, because it's slightly tricky to get the fruit rolled up and individual rolls cut and shaped before it starts getting messy, but that's why I'm sharing this tutorial. To make it easier for you to make a special Valentine's Day treat! The ingredients are pretty simple. A loaf of Rhodes White Bread thawed to room temperature. A bag of frozen raspberries, and some sugar and cornstarch. After the rolls are baked you only need powdered sugar, milk, and a few raspberries for the glaze. Valentine's Day Raspberry Rolls - Step 1 Start by rolling the white bread into a large rectangle about 1/4 to 1/2-inch thick. KEEP THE RASPBERRIES IN THE FREEZER UNTIL READY FOR THIS NEXT STEP. Toss the raspberries with the sugar and cornstarch; sprinkle evenly over the rectangle. Once the berries start to thaw and macerate with the sugar, it gets messy, so be ready to move fast. Valentine's Day Raspberry Rolls - Step 2 Next, tuck as many raspberries as you can into one of the long edges and start rolling towards the center; then stop at the center. Valentine's Day Raspberry Rolls - Step 3 Repeat with the other long edge, tucking lots of berries into it as you roll towards the center. The berries help make the bumps of the heart, so you don't want very many in the middle where it meets (which will create the bottom/point of the heart), you want more in the edge as you roll towards the center. Valentine's Day Raspberry Rolls - Step 4 The next step is to cut the log you just created into 12 equal pieces. I use dental floss and criss cross it to cut and not smash the rolls. You may need a little flour on your floss if it starts sticking to the rolls. Cut the log in half, then each half into half, and then each of those pieces into thirds. Place 6 rolls each into two round cake pans that have been lightly greased. Valentine's Day Raspberry Rolls - Step 5 Point the edges at the bottom so the rolls look like hearts. Cover and let rest for 1 1/2 to 2 hours. The dough won't rise very much because of the frozen berries, but the berries will release a LOT of juices. The raspberry juices will fill most of the bottom of the cake pans. Valentine's Day Raspberry Rolls - Step 6Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 25 to 30 minutes until the dough is cooked and the filling is bubbling. Allow rolls to cool slightly, then make a glaze and spoon it over the edges of the rolls. These are best served warm or heated up slightly. Enjoy! These heart shaped raspberry rolls are the perfect sweet treat or breakfast idea for your sweetheart this Valentine's Day!

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