With apologies to Dr. Seuss in my title, there are endless ideas for the creative use of frozen bread dough. If your holiday activities start to get hectic but you really want some homemade bread, try some frozen dough instead. It’s easy and can be fun to make, especially with some of the ideas in this cookbook. You can do something as easy as baking the prepared dinner rolls, or you can get a little crazy sculpting the thawed dough into shapes. It’s not hard at all to do, and it will delight your guests.
The kids will love their own turkey bread!
This beautiful “French Toast” bundt bread uses 24 of the Rhodes rolls and is made using hazelnut-flavored coffee creamer, lots of holiday spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger, and drizzled with maple syrup. Best thing is, most of it is started the night before and refrigerated, then it rises the next morning and baked.
How about a Christmas tree?
Use your imagination and make up your own shapes. You can get lots of ideas and great recipes at http://www.rhodesbread.com/
Oh what a wonderful post. Thanks for all the great ideas. Come visit us. We have a terrific pumpkin macaroni and cheese on the menu and today we are talking about camp meetings.
Hello Debbie! We just stumbled upon this post. Thank you so much for reviewing our cookbook. Have you seen our new one? We’d love to send you a copy for your perusal! If you’re interested, please contact me personally at [email protected]. Happy baking!