It's easy to make your pepperoni pizza fit for the fans with a little "positioning" of your cheese and meat, and just in time for the big game...make it easily with Rhodes Frozen White Rolls!
Along with the changing color of autumn leaves comes the anticipation of cooler weather…and my favorite seasons for baking! Those days haven’t quite arrived here in San Diego, but I anxiously await a good excuse to heat up the house. For those of you blessed with something other than our “horrid” San Diego climate, the time is now and this is a great recipe to add to your “fresh-out-of-the-oven” arsenal! Time again for a guest post over at the Rhodes Bake-N-Serv Blog with this fun recipe for Chopped Pizza. No red sauce, which is great for some kids, but what I really liked about it was that it makes a no-mess pizza bread that is delicious served fresh, easy to re-warm and yummy served cold! Go check out the step-by-steps and make some tonight for dinner…and extra for lunch tomorrow!
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to pack up the Halloween things, here’s one more idea that you are NOT going to want to forget! We just had one of those Relief Society “meetings” last night – a Holiday Baking Extravaganza. Even though Halloween has passed, I had seen this incredibly hideous idea and I was afraid that I might forget about it if I didn’t follow through and make it before next year…and this is one that I don’t want to forget. I was cruising around the Rhodes website and when all of a sudden this picture of a basket of ugly fingers was before me! You have to go check these out! I don’t want to pass on an idea or recipe that I haven’t personally tried, that is overly time consuming or hard to make. So I had to try it: Wicked Witch Dippers. Our extravaganza had 4 categories…Potluck Superstar, Kids in the Kitchen, Impress the In-laws and Spooky Sensations. Can you guess which one I made them for? I won the category – okay, I was the only one that entered anything in that category, so the win was by default! The ones on the website used a white bread roll dough, but I used the multi-grain roll dough – the seeds and color were perfect for my pudgy, grotesquely gruesome witch fingers. These took a little time, and I know how I will do them differently next time. I was a little