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Wed, Jun 10 2015 post by Kristin From creativemeinspiredyou

Cheesy Ranch Bread

This easy cheesy bread is full of ranchy flavor. And it's oh so easy to make. I adore making some homemade bread to go along with dinner. Warm bread with a dab of butter, so filling and...

This easy cheesy bread is full of ranchy flavor. And it's oh so easy to make. I adore making some homemade bread to go along with dinner. Warm bread with a dab of butter, so filling and delicious. I love making breads using Rhodes Frozen White Bread, I pull a couple loaves out of the freezer, let it thaw a bit and chop in my flavor additions. A little time to proof and bake and I have fresh, hot bread for dinner. The smell wafts through the house and just transforms the house into a warm, inviting place to love and laugh. It's a whole experience really. This easy to make Cheesy Ranch Bread is full of ranchy flavor. It's so easy to make that you will be making more than one. Here is my easy inspiration to make those yummy biscuits you can get at a seafood restaurant. Yummy and close enough to the restaurant's in taste, but in a yeast bread way that adds interest and sturdy texture. Slice it and eat as is. Or slice and toast with a bit of butter. Thin slices make an out of this world sandwich! This easy to make Cheesy Ranch Bread is full of ranchy flavor. It's so easy to make that you will be making more than one. You need to gather your supplies. ( not in this photo- parsley flakes) This easy to make Cheesy Ranch Bread is full of ranchy flavor. It's so easy to make that you will be making more than one. Take your Rhodes frozen white bread dough, remove two loaves from the package and allow to set out at room temperature until partially thawed. This easy to make Cheesy Ranch Bread is full of ranchy flavor. It's so easy to make that you will be making more than one.   Before getting into making the bread, spray a large loaf pan with cooking spray, make sure you get all surfaces. This easy to make Cheesy Ranch Bread is full of ranchy flavor. It's so easy to make that you will be making more than one.   Check to see if the loaves are thawed enough to cut through with your knife. I like a big butchers knife because I can help it along by pushing on the top edge of the knife. Add one package or large tablespoon of Ranch dressing mix to a cutting board. This easy to make Cheesy Ranch Bread is full of ranchy flavor. It's so easy to make that you will be making more than one. Also add a tablespoon of parsley flakes ( this is optional) and just more for color then flavor. This easy to make Cheesy Ranch Bread is full of ranchy flavor. It's so easy to make that you will be making more than one. Begin chopping the bread and seasonings into the bread. Add 1 cup of shredded cheddar cheese to the bread. This easy to make Cheesy Ranch Bread is full of ranchy flavor. It's so easy to make that you will be making more than one.   At the same time, also add the two large eggs to the bread. The eggs help hold all the added bits together to join into the bread. This easy to make Cheesy Ranch Bread is full of ranchy flavor. It's so easy to make that you will be making more than one. Continue chopping the bread until you have small pieces of dough no bigger then one inch. At that point, the egg, seasoning and cheese should be well integrated into the bread. Put the loaves ( both of them) all together into the large loaf pan. Allow to proof about 2 hours, depending on room temps. You should stop proofing when the bread reaches the top of the loaf pan. This easy to make Cheesy Ranch Bread is full of ranchy flavor. It's so easy to make that you will be making more than one. Heat the oven to 350 degrees and bake for about 25-30 minutes. Until the top of the bread is browned and the loaf thumps when you tap it with your fingers. This easy to make Cheesy Ranch Bread is full of ranchy flavor. It's so easy to make that you will be making more than one. Allow to cool. then slice and serve!   This easy to make Cheesy Ranch Bread is full of ranchy flavor. It's so easy to make that you will be making more than one. This easy to make Cheesy Ranch Bread is full of ranchy flavor. It's so easy to make that you will be making more than one. Enjoy!

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Cheesy Ranch Bread

Servings: 12-24 | Skills: Beginning | Prep Time: 20 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 28 min

Cheesy Ranch Bread
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Ingredients

2 loaves Rhodes Frozen White Bread
2 eggs
1 heaping tablespoon Ranch dressing mix
(optional- 1 tablespoon dried parsley)
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
cooking spray

Instructions

Take your Rhodes frozen white bread dough, remove two loaves from the package and allow thaw at room temperature. Spray loaf pans with non-stick spray.
Add one package or large tablespoon of Ranch dressing mix to a cutting board.
Plus a tablespoon of parsley flakes (this is optional) and just more for color then flavor.
Begin chopping bread into the seasoning. Add 1 cup of shredded cheddar cheese to the bread. Add the two large eggs. The eggs help hold all the added bits together. Continue chopping the bread until you have small pieces of dough no bigger than one inch. At that point, the egg, seasoning and cheese should be well integrated into the bread.
Shape the loaves (both of them) together into the large loaf pan. Allow to rise about 2 hours, depending on room temps. You should stop rising when the bread reaches the top of the loaf pan.
Bake at 350 degrees for about 22-28 minutes until the top of the bread is golden brown. .Allow bread to cool, then slice and serve!  

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