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Wed, Feb 11 2015 post by Jasey From jaseyscrazydaisy

Raspberry Bubble Bake

You've gotta love a recipe that can double as breakfast and dessert too!  It's definitely a crowd pleaser, and it's super easy. This Raspberry Bubble Bake would make a fabulous Valentin...

You've gotta love a recipe that can double as breakfast and dessert 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!

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. 

Raspberry Bubble Bake Once soft, use kitchen shears or a sharp knife and cut each roll into half and then cut each half into three pieces. Raspberry Bubble Bake Spread two cans of your favorite flavor of pie filling evenly over the bits of dough.Raspberry Bubble Bake Just like this. Spray a piece of plastic wrap with non-stick cooking spray and cover dish and let dough finish rising.Raspberry Bubble Bake 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.You've gotta love a recipe that can double as breakfast and dessert 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! 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.You've gotta love a recipe that can double as breakfast and dessert 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! 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! You've gotta love a recipe that can double as breakfast and dessert 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!

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Raspberry Bubble Bake

Servings: 12 | Skills: Beginning | Prep Time: 20 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 30 min

Raspberry Bubble Bake
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Ingredients

12 frozen Rhodes White Dinner Rolls
2 (21 oz.) cans raspberry pie filling, or your favorite flavor
2 Tablespoons melted butter
2 Tablespoons milk
1 ¼ cups powdered sugar, may not use it all

Instructions

Spray a 9x13 baking dish with non-stick cooking spray. Place twelve frozen rolls in it and let them 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. Cover dish with a piece of plastic wrap that has been sprayed with non-stick cooking spray and let dough finish rising. It will double in size and begin peaking through the filling. You can place the covered dough in the refrigerator 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. When your Raspberry Bubble Bake is finished baking, prepare the glaze.   In a microwave safe bowl, heat butter with milk in microwave for 30 second intervals until melted. Add powdered sugar until the icing's consistency is thick but pourable. I like to start with ½ cup and then increase by 1/4 cup until it is perfect. Drizzle glaze over the top of your dish and enjoy!

2 Comments

satriyoku.blogspot.com said on Mar 26, 2015
looking very delicious..
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