With just a little bit of time and energy, you can transform basic Rhodes Frozen Dinner Rolls into fairy-tale magic!
Turning your Pizza upside-down for fun change!
Wendy C, who said: “I would love to win this cook book. My son loves Rhodes bread rolls.” Congratulations, Wendy C.!!! Please send me your address and I will get the cookbook on it’s way to you! Just to let everyone else know, I do a guest post with Rhodes about every 8 weeks, so before you know it, there will be another giveaway…that’s before I know it as well! Funny how things like this have a way of sneaking up on you! If you missed it, you can visit the post for Bacon Cheese Nibbles here! Share on: Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share via MySpace share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Print for later Bookmark in Browser Tell a friend Pin It
UPDATE AT BOTTOM OF THIS POST! Yes, I know…it’s that time again! This is one of my favorite posts to do because making delicious recipes with Rhodes is as easy as 1…thaw, 2…cut and dip, and 3…top, rest (both the dough and me) and bake! On a cold, rainy day, the aroma of bacon, cheese and bread filled the whole house as the boys bounded in, hungry from school and work! Yet another delectable addiction…I mean addition…to our family’s Rhodes repertoire! You can read all the details over at the Official Rhodes Blog. But before you go, I want you to know that I’m having a special cookbook give-away this post, courtesy of Rhodes. This is a really fun cookbook – either if you have kids or you want to wow your guests/co-workers/friends with your amazing artistic abilities. (My sister-in-law made a bunny for the family Easter party and it was a hugh hit! Here’s what you need to do: Visit the Rhodes Blog and leave a comment. Next, come back here and leave a comment…that’s two chances. For a third chance, you can also go to the Rhodes Facebook page, “Like” Rhodes and leave a comment. Each comment will get your “name in the hat” for an extra chance to win – one comment per visitor per site, please. The contest will go until noon (Pacific Time) on Saturday, April 21, 2012 and the winner will be announced later that
The best laid plans can be easily thwarted.
Making do with no power on a Sunday afternoon, or how I saved my Rhodes Frozen Dinner Rolls.
I have this crazy idea that I am a super baker, and if I do this right, I should be able to bake 300 or so Rhodes Frozen Dinner Rolls for the ward's Christmas party on Saturday, Friday…all by myself. I have this all planned out: 5:30am – Take out 2 bags of 36 count dinner rolls and place them on sprayed cookie sheets; spray plastic wrap and cover. Let rise for 3 – 4 hours. Bake, one pan at a time, each for 15 minutes. (The baking for this should start by 9:00 – 9:30am) 6:30am – Take out 2 bags of 36 count dinner rolls and place them on sprayed cookie sheets; spray plastic wrap and cover. Let rise for 3 – 4 hours. Bake, one pan at a time, each for 15 minutes. (The baking for this should start by 10:00 – 10:30am) 7:30 am – Take out 2 bags of 36 count dinner rolls and place them on sprayed cookie sheets; spray plastic wrap and cover. Let rise for 3 – 4 hours. Bake, one pan at a time, each for 15 minutes. (The baking for this should start by 11:00 – 11:30am) 8:30am – Take out 2 bags of 36 count dinner rolls and place them on sprayed cookie sheets; spray plastic wrap and cover. Let rise for 3 – 4 hours. Bake, one pan
and it’s almost ready to come out! Thanksgiving will be here before you know it and I am practicing! Not that I don’t know how to make bread, but as anyone who does the whole 9 yards knows, with all the other food preparations that you do on that busy day (and in my kitchen, lack of space in both oven and counter), trying to bake bread from scratch can be an overwhelming addition to the meal. I’m sure that most of you need no introduction, but if you aren’t familiar, welcome to the wonderful world of Rhodes Bread! I wanted to try out some of the different techniques that I discovered on the Rhodes website and it is a good idea to play around with that sort of thing BEFORE company is scheduled to arrive so there are no surprises! Besides, my family never seems to mind the taste testing! There’s nothing I like more than a good deal…except for a really good deal! Okay, even better – an almost free or FREE deal! The only thing I like better than getting a good deal for myself is to pass the good fortune on to others. Part of my game plan for doing a blog was to eventually have giveaways. I have been trying to get used to the routine of blogging before I started pushing the “free” button, but my end goal is to drive