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Wed, Nov 06 2013 post by Jesseca From onesweetappetite

Citrus Blossoms

Wake up your taste buds with a burst of sweet citrus, quick ~ easy and so delicious . . . . Try this amazing recipe ~ you will LOVE the rave reviews. Thank you Jesseca @ http://onesweet...

Anyone else excited to welcome the Holiday’s? I’m prepping for our many family get togethers and looking forward to spending some quality time with the people I love. We will be having a few house guests during the next two months which means I need a few quick and delicious breakfast ideas to help us make it through.

These sweet orange flowers aren’t only tasty but so beautiful. The first time I made them my husband couldn’t believe that they came from our kitchen and that it only took me TEN minutes to put together! That’s right… In ten minutes you can have something that looks like this and is ready to serve to your guests

 

Bake up a garden of flowers with Rhodes Rolls. Pretty right? Here is what you’ll need to get started: 6 Texas White Rolls, thawed but still cold 3/4 cup sugar Zest of one large orange 1/4 cup salted butter, melted

 

 

Bake up a garden of flowers with Rhodes Rolls. Start by using a fork to whisk and mash your orange zest into your sugar. This should produce an amazingly fragrant scrub sugar type of thing. 

 

 

Bake up a garden of flowers with Rhodes Rolls. Start by cutting each of your rolls into four equal pieces. Working with one at a time… Start flattening each piece. Dip into butter followed by a quick roll in the sugar mixture. Place in a 9 inch pie pan in a layered circle. Kind of like this. Already looking amazing, right? Cover your flower and let it double in size.

 

 

Bake up a garden of flowers with Rhodes Rolls.Preheat your oven to 350 degrees and cook for 25 minutes, or until lightly browned.

Now, you could cool this and create a glaze to top it off if you’d like. We’ve found that it’s plenty sweet all on it’s own and slightly addicting. It is very possible that I ate over half of this one all on my own and forced my husband to finish it off. And by force I mean forgot to hide it before he got home! So now that you know how easy it is to create this impressive sweet treat, get baking and give your seasonal guests some food to talk about!

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Citrus Petal Blossom

Servings: 6 | Skills: Beginning | Prep Time: 20 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 25 min

Citrus Petal Blossom
5.0 / 5  (3 votes, 2 reviews )

Ingredients

6 Texas White Rolls thawed but still cold
3/4 cup sugar Zest of one large orange
1/4 cup salted butter, melted

Instructions

Using a fork to whisk and mash your orange zest into your sugar.
cut each of your rolls into four equal pieces. Working with one at a time, flattening each piece. Dip into butter followed by a quick roll in the sugar mixture. Place in a 9 inch pie pan in a layered circle. 
Cover your flower and let it double in size.
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees and cook for 25 minutes
Cool and glaze

2 Comments

Diane said on Nov 07, 2013
That's completely charming! What a beautiful breakfast treat.
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