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Wed, Sep 10 2014 post by Kristi From ishouldbemoppingthefloor

Cinnamon Sugar Knots

I don't know about you, but my kids come home from school just starving... Rhodeskidsbaking to the rescue!   Do your kids love to help in the kitchen? Enter to win this prize pack for...

These Cinnamon-Sugar Knots with Pumpkin Pie Dipping Sauce are my kids' new favorite thing to make...and enjoy! They're perfect for snacking after school. And be sure to enter the giveaway to win a kid's cooking pack below from my friends at Rhodes Bake-N-Serv.

Cinnamon-Sugar Knots with Pumpkin Pie Dipping Sauce | These start out from simple frozen bread dough for easy prep!
I don't know about you, but my kids come home from school just starving...you know, just ravenous from a long, hard day (hee hee). We love to whip these fun Cinnamon-Sugar Knots as an after school snack. I added a fun Pumpkin Pie Dipping Sauce to dunk them in this season! It just takes them a bit over the top. Check out these recipes below>>>

Cinnamon-Sugar Knots with Pumpkin Pie Dipping Sauce | These start out from simple frozen bread dough for easy prep!
These knots actually start out from Rhodes Bake-N-Serv frozen bread dough, so they go together fast. You can find more fun recipes to make with your kids at the new Rhodes kids' website, here.

Cinnamon-Sugar Knots with Pumpkin Pie Dipping Sauce | These start out from simple frozen bread dough for easy prep!
 For the knots, you'll need a loaf of Rhodes Bake-N-Serv dough (this package comes with three, but you'll only need one), butter and a simple cinnamon-sugar mixture.

Ingredients:
- 1 loaf Rhodes Bake-N-Serv dough, thawed
- 1 stick butter, melted
- 2 tablespoons cinnamon
- 2 tablespoons sugar

Pumpkin Pie Dipping Sauce:
- 1 (8 oz) box cream cheese, softened
- 1 can pumpkin
- 1 (1 lb.) box powdered sugar
- 1 tablespoon pumpkin pie spice


Cinnamon-Sugar Knots with Pumpkin Pie Dipping Sauce | These start out from simple frozen bread dough for easy prep!
 Cut your dough into eight equal pieces. Have your helper roll each piece into a "snake". 


Cinnamon-Sugar Knots with Pumpkin Pie Dipping Sauce | These start out from simple frozen bread dough for easy prep!
 Tie your snakes into loose pretzel-like knots on a baking sheet.
Allow to rise for 45 minutes. 
Bake in a 350 oven for 15-20 minutes.
When done, pour melted butter over the tops of the knots.
Liberally sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar (I like to combine mine first).


Cinnamon-Sugar Knots with Pumpkin Pie Dipping Sauce | These start out from simple frozen bread dough for easy prep!
 Whip cream cheese until it's smooth. Add in pumpkin, powdered sugar and pumpkin pie spice and mix on high for another couple of minutes. 
(Refrigerate any of the sauce leftovers).

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Take a peek at Rhodeskidsbaking.com for lots of kids recipes and snacks!  Your kids can pick out a recipe they want to make with little help from you.

Cinnamon-Sugar Knots with Pumpkin Pie Dipping Sauce | These start out from simple frozen bread dough for easy prep!
 Simple and yummy!
Cinnamon-Sugar Knots with Pumpkin Pie Dipping Sauce | These start out from simple frozen bread dough for easy prep!
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Cinnamon Sugar Knots With Pumpkin Pie Dipping Sauce

Servings: 8 | Skills: Beginning | Prep Time: 20 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 15 min

Cinnamon Sugar Knots With Pumpkin Pie Dipping Sauce
5.0 / 5  (2 votes, 9 reviews )

Ingredients

1 loaf Rhodes Bake-N-Serv dough, thawed
1 stick butter, melted
2 tablespoons cinnamon
2 tablespoons sugar


Pumpkin Pie Dipping Sauce:
1 (8 oz) box cream cheese, softened
1 can pumpkin
1 (1 lb.) box powdered sugar
1 tablespoon pumpkin pie spice

Instructions

Cut your dough into eight equal pieces. Have your helper roll each piece into a "snake".
Tie your snakes into loose pretzel-like knots on a baking sheet.
Allow to rise for 45 minutes. 
Bake in a 350 oven for 15-20 minutes.
When done, pour melted butter over the tops of the knots.
Liberally sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar (I like to combine mine first).

Whip cream cheese until it's smooth. Add in pumpkin, powdered sugar and pumpkin pie spice and mix on high for another couple of minutes. 
(Refrigerate any of the sauce leftovers).

9 Comments

Kristin Goodson said on Sep 15, 2014
My favorite recipe is the Dog in the dog. We have four dachshunds and my three year old son loves making the dog look like one of ours!
I would have to say I love the grilled peanut butter and jelly! I have seriously never heard of it before until I saw it on your site! It's soo yummy and parents and kids I've served it to love it!
Nicole S. said on Sep 17, 2014
We like making Mummy dogs for Halloween, it's a fun tradition each year! :)
Torrey said on Sep 10, 2014
Our favorite recipe is the S'more Bundt. We made it when our camping plans fell through. Kids had so much fun and it was better then campfire s'mores.
Karla said on Sep 10, 2014
We love the pizza roll ups! Easy to make and delicious to eat!!
Birdiebee said on Sep 11, 2014
My favorite recipe is the Smiley Face Pizza (Individual Pizzas). My youngest granddaughter loves to help in the kitchen and she is only 8. I am teaching her how to cook.
Annette said on Sep 12, 2014
We love your big cinnamon rolls in the bag! No recipe needed. I let my kids help me arrange them on a cookie sheet the night before and then help squeeze the icing on after we've baked them the next morning. Best cinnamon rolls ever!
Kindra said on Sep 11, 2014
We like the Smiley Face Pizza. My daughter is 4.5 and loves to help prepare her own food.
Dawn Keen Gurule said on Sep 14, 2014
We love to make our own smiley face pizzas. They are the best. Our daughter likes to eat food she has helped make.
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