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Tue, Apr 01 2014 post by admin

Rhodes Bacon Serv

Could Rhodes be changing their name? Come find out what's going on! Oh, and there's a brand new recipe too!

Rhodes loves bacon!

In fact, we love bacon so much, that we are changing our name. That's right, Rhodes Bake-n-Serv is now Rhodes Bacon Serv! To celebrate, we've even got a new look. Click on over to our main page and you'll see just what we're talking about! Anything and everything bacon related right at your fingertips. Just click here:

Bacon Serv

And just because we know you love bacon too, we've got a great new recipe. Are you ready to be amazed? Bacon Cinnamon Rolls! That's right! Our delicious cinnamon rolls with bacon wrapped up right inside. And to top it off, a delicious maple glaze. Here we go. Just try not to drool on your keyboard, k?

Bacon Cinnamon Rolls

Here are your ingredients. Just three! Rhodes cinnamon rolls, pre-cooked bacon, and maple syrup. Easy peasy!

Bacon Cinnamon Rolls Ingredients

First thaw your rolls a little in the microwave. Then unroll them.

Unroll cinnamon rolls

Lay 2 strips of bacon on each roll. We found this BIG package of bacon at Costco, where, just so you know, you can also get our 72 count Gourmet Rolls! Just sayin'.

Bacon on Cinnamon Rolls

Then re-roll the rolls. Like so:

Bacon rolled up in cinnamon roll

Spray a baking pan with non-stick spray and place the rolls in the pan. This is 6 rolls in a 9 X 12 or you can fit all 12 rolls on the jelly-roll style baking sheet.

Bacon cinnamon rolls in pan

Cover them with plastic wrap and let them rise for 30-60 minutes. Remove wrap and bake at 350 for about 20 minutes. Enjoy the incredible smells, then open the oven door to this!

Baked Bacon Cinnamon Rolls

So were you wondering what you were supposed to do with that cream cheese frosting that came in the cinnamon roll package? You're about to find out! Mix 2 Tbs. of maple syrup into the frosting and you've got your maple glaze. Now drizzle away! (There are 2 packs of frosting in each package. Use 2 Tbs. syrup in each one. Since we're doing 6 rolls here, we only used one pack of frosting.)

Maple glaze on Bacon Cinnamon Rolls

Bacon lovers rejoice!

Bacon Cinnamon Rolls with Maple Glaze

Enjoy!

Oh, and happy April Fools Day from Rhodes Bake-n-Serv!

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