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Tue, Apr 17 2012 post by Helen From justhelen.typepad

Bacon Cheese Nibbles

Bacon + Cheese + Bread = True LOVE Always! Our Bacon Cheese Nibbles recipe is absolutely delicious, try it . . . . you will LOVE it. Trust us on this one. Click here to see the full re...

On a cold, rainy day, the aroma of bacon, cheese and bread filled the whole house as the boys bounded in, hungry from school and work!

On a cold, rainy day, the aroma of bacon, cheese and bread filled the whole house as the boys bounded in, hungry from school and work! They were not disappointed - another delectable addiction...I mean addition...to add to our family's Rhodes repertoire! Bacon Cheese Nibbles Here's what you'll need -

 

 

On a cold, rainy day, the aroma of bacon, cheese and bread filled the whole house as the boys bounded in, hungry from school and work!

Oops! Forgot one thing in the picture...butter! The recipe calls for: 20 Rhodes Dinner Rolls, thawed but still cold (or 15 Rhodes Texas Rolls) 1/4 cup butter or margarine, melted 6 pieces bacon, fried and crumbled 2 cups grated cheese I had a big bag of Rhodes rolls, which I was told are actually Texas rolls, and since I was making them for the boys party, I thawed 30 rolls which made up two batches of the Nibbles. That is a few less than the recipe called for, but since Texas rolls are bigger, I thought it would work okay with just 15 per batch and it did.

 

 

On a cold, rainy day, the aroma of bacon, cheese and bread filled the whole house as the boys bounded in, hungry from school and work!

Spray your baking pan with non-stick spray. Place rolls on the pan, then cover with sprayed plastic wrap. My trick to do that is to set the plastic wrap on the frozen rolls, spray on top, then flip it over, placing the sprayed side down onto the rolls. It was a cold and rainy day, and my kitchen is freezing until I start to bake, so I did my little semi-quicker method of thawing - turn the oven onto broil "HI" for 90 seconds, and then turn it off; place your rolls in the slightly warmed, but OFF oven. This isn't the "speed thaw" on the Rhodes packaging, but it helps in a cold kitchen. Before the rolls were completely thawed, I cooked the bacon, drained it on a paper towel and then crumbled it into smaller pieces.

 

 

On a cold, rainy day, the aroma of bacon, cheese and bread filled the whole house as the boys bounded in, hungry from school and work!

Pour the melted butter into the bottom of a 9" x 13" pan or a 12" deep dish pizza pan, or a pan with sides of comparable size.

 

 

On a cold, rainy day, the aroma of bacon, cheese and bread filled the whole house as the boys bounded in, hungry from school and work!

Cut up each of the thawed (but still cold) rolls into 3 pieces (or 6 pieces if Texas rolls); roll the pieces in the melted butter and arrange evenly in the pan.

 

 

On a cold, rainy day, the aroma of bacon, cheese and bread filled the whole house as the boys bounded in, hungry from school and work!

Sprinkle first with bacon... 

 

 

On a cold, rainy day, the aroma of bacon, cheese and bread filled the whole house as the boys bounded in, hungry from school and work!

and then with cheese.Cover with sprayed plastic wrap. Let rise until double in size. Remove the wrap. Bake at 350° for 20-25 minutes.

 

 

On a cold, rainy day, the aroma of bacon, cheese and bread filled the whole house as the boys bounded in, hungry from school and work!

These were soooooo yummy!

 

 

On a cold, rainy day, the aroma of bacon, cheese and bread filled the whole house as the boys bounded in, hungry from school and work!

Don't let this plate of Nibbles fool you...they didn't actually make it past the pan to a plate for anything other than a picture! My youngest son, Tom, came up the stairs, after he and his siblings devoured more than half the pan and said, "Mom...I am addicted to those rolls!", now affectionately called "nibbles". These take just a little planning and are easy, easy, easy...a recipe that Tom can take with him to college! Easy and absolutely delicious!?

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Bacon Cheese Nibbles

Servings: 20 | Skills: Beginning | Prep Time: 15 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 20-25 min

Bacon Cheese Nibbles are bursting with big bold flavors of cheddar and bacon. A great addition to any meal.

Bacon Cheese Nibbles
4.5 / 5  (2 votes, 6 reviews )

Ingredients

20 Rhodes Yeast Dinner Rolls, thawed but still cold
1/4 cup butter or margarine, melted
6 pieces bacon, fried and crumbled
2 cups grated cheddar cheese

Instructions

Pour butter in a 9x13-inch pan or 12-inch deep dish pizza pan. Cut each roll into 3 pieces; roll the pieces in the butter and arrange evenly in pan.

Sprinkle crumbled bacon over the rolls. Top with grated cheese. Cover with sprayed plastic wrap. Let rise until double in size.

Remove wrap. Bake at 350ºF 20-25 minutes.

6 Comments

Jenna D said on Apr 19, 2012
This sounds SOO good! I will definitely be making this one soon! Yum! I love the different possibilities with Rhodes Rolls!
Kim Gehrke said on Apr 19, 2012
I love Rhodes dough. There are so many things to make it seems a shame to just make a loaf of bread sometimes!
Megan N said on Apr 20, 2012
Seriously addicting. The boys (and myself) had a hard time walking away from these fresh out of the oven. Quick and easy receipe
Wendy said on Apr 23, 2012
Those look so yummy! There isn't anything better than the smell of baking bread:)
Gucci Outlet said on Jun 01, 2012
It looks really nice.
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