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Wed, Nov 13 2013 post by Amber From dessertnowdinnerlater

Stuffed Grilled Cheese Rolls

Stuffed Grilled Cheese Rolls? Absolutley, it's "soup" season and Amber @ http://www.dessertnowdinnerlater.com/ has something AMAZING for you to try. Make plenty . . . . you're going to ...

Stuffed Grilled Cheese Rolls are ooey, gooey pull-apart goodness to dip into your soup!  The crust on top is crispy thanks to some melted butter & the inside is stuffed with some melty Velveeta cheese.  It's almost too simple & delicious to be true!It's soup season, which I love because nothing is more warming than a hot bowl of soup on a cold fall or winter evening.  And although, I make & try a zillion soup recipes each fall, sometimes it's nice to warm up with a bowl of tomato soup that you heated from the can.  This is a good excuse to make an amazing dipper for your soup, which is where Rhodes Rolls comes to the rescue in the post I am bringing you today!  

Stuffed Grilled Cheese Rolls are ooey, gooey pull-apart goodness to dip into your soup!  The crust on top is crispy thanks to some melted butter & the inside is stuffed with some melty Velveeta cheese.  It's almost too simple & delicious to be true!

 

Stuffed Grilled Cheese Rolls are ooey, gooey pull-apart goodness to dip into your soup!  The crust on top is crispy thanks to some melted butter & the inside is stuffed with some melty Velveeta cheese.  It's almost too simple & delicious to be true!
Stuffed Grilled Cheese Rolls are ooey, gooey pull-apart goodness to dip into your soup!  The crust on top is crispy thanks to some melted butter & the inside is stuffed with some melty Velveeta cheese.  It's almost too simple & delicious to be true!Start by thawing 12 Rhodes White Dinner Rolls in a greased 8x8" square dish.

 

Stuffed Grilled Cheese Rolls are ooey, gooey pull-apart goodness to dip into your soup!  The crust on top is crispy thanks to some melted butter & the inside is stuffed with some melty Velveeta cheese.  It's almost too simple & delicious to be true!Cut twelve, 1 1/2" cubes of Velveeta/Melt'n Dip.  You may substitute your favorite cheddar cheese, but it's not going to be as gooey as the Velveeta.

 
Stuffed Grilled Cheese Rolls are ooey, gooey pull-apart goodness to dip into your soup!  The crust on top is crispy thanks to some melted butter & the inside is stuffed with some melty Velveeta cheese.  It's almost too simple & delicious to be true!Flatten a roll & wrap a cube of cheese in the center.  Pinch the roll dough together to make a good seal.  Repeat with the remaining rolls.  Some of the cheese may still sneak out the bottom when it's baking, but try your best to seal it tight.

 
Stuffed Grilled Cheese Rolls are ooey, gooey pull-apart goodness to dip into your soup!  The crust on top is crispy thanks to some melted butter & the inside is stuffed with some melty Velveeta cheese.  It's almost too simple & delicious to be true!Re-grease the dish & place the rolls back inside, seam-side down.  Cover with plastic wrap that has been greased with pan spray.  Allow the rolls to puff up/rise.  After the rolls have risen, brush 2 Tbsp of butter over & in-between any cracks of the rolls.  This creates that crisp of the "grilled cheese."

 Bake at 350?F for 15-20 minutes or until the rolls have browned. Check the doneness by making sure the dough is baked where the rolls touch each other.  Pull rolls apart & enjoy with hot soup!  Be careful, the melty cheese is hot!

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Stuffed Grilled Cheese Rolls

Servings: 12 | Skills: Beginning | Prep Time: 5 min (not including thaw time) | Bake Time: 15 min

Stuffed Grilled Cheese Rolls
4.8 / 5  (4 votes, 9 reviews )

Ingredients

12 Rhodes Dinner or Texas Rolls, Thawed
Velveeta Melt’n Dip

Instructions

Cut twelve, 1 1/2" cubes of Velveeta/Melt'n Dip. You may substitute your favorite cheddar cheese.
Flatten a roll & wrap a cube of cheese in the center. Pinch the roll dough together to make a good seal. Repeat with the remaining rolls.
Place in a greased 8x8" square dish seam down.
Cover with plastic wrap that has been greased with pan spray. Allow the rolls to rise.  
Next brush 2 tablespoons of butter over & in-between any cracks of the rolls. This creates that crisp of the "grilled cheese.”
Bake at 350 F for 15-20 minutes or until the rolls have browned.
Pull rolls apart & enjoy with hot soup!

9 Comments

Natalie said on Nov 14, 2013
I love Rhodes... LOVE. I'm going to be posting my own recipe using Rhodes dough soon on my blog!
Jonie @ Just Between Friends said on Nov 14, 2013
Oh my! These look so savory and delicious! That gooey cheese is calling my name! I love that you made them with Rhodes rolls to make them super easy for me to duplicate. Thanks for sharing!
Becky said on Nov 14, 2013
What a fun and simple recipe! My boys would LOVE this! They love bread and cheese so this is a great combination!
Jesseca said on Nov 14, 2013
Do you think you could do this with regular cheddar? We aren't huge on the velveta.
Amber @ Dessert Now, Dinner Later! said on Nov 16, 2013
Yes, you sure can. Cheddar will still melt, just not as gooey as the Velveeta. :)
Aimee @ Like Mother Like Daughter said on Nov 14, 2013
Okay, yum! These rolls seem like the perfect thing to dip in some hot chicken noodle or tomato soup. Or delicious just to eat on their own. I can't wait to try these!
Diane said on Nov 14, 2013
Looks great. I've got some of the Texas rolls, so I think I'll try them with those. Thanks for the great idea!
Yvonne @ TriedandTasty said on Nov 14, 2013
These look great. I love cheese and I love bread - win/win!!
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