Does your family love hot bread and rolls, right out of the oven? Mine sure does. The problem for my poor family is that I am completely unable to make bread at all. I don’t mean I have a few problems with it. I mean that if yeast is involved in the recipe at all, I can’t make it work. I have had so many people try to talk me through it, but it has never worked. I got a bread maker once and it didn’t work. My good friend brought me a recipe called ‘no fail bread’ and guess what. Still no luck. I’m so thankful that there are Rhodes bread and roll because I can make those work. We had a big family dinner not too long ago and I decided to surprise my family and I made these Cheesy Garlic Pull Apart Rolls. They loved them and finished them all!
These are so easy and so good when they are done. Plus, they make your house smell so good while they are baking. I think there should be a baking bread candle because that is such an amazing smell. Since the dough has to thaw and rise, this is something you need to plan on in the morning. The first thing you do is put the dough balls in a greased bowl, cover it and let them thaw out.
Next, you cut each dough ball into four pieces, as shown below. Put them back in the bowl as you cut them.
Next, melt the butter and then add the seasonings in with the melted butter. Drizzle it over the rolls and sprinkle the cheese over the rolls and mix it up well.
Divide the rolls over a greased muffin pan and bake.
- 24 Rhodes rolls
- ¼ cup butter
- 2 tsp garlic powder
- 2 Tbsp parsley flakes
- 1 cup grated Parmesan cheese
- Place frozen rolls in a lightly greased bowl covered with plastic wrap.
- Place in a warm place to thaw.
- Cut the rolls into quarters and put them back in the bowl.
- Melt the butter in a small bowl.
- Add the garlic powder and parsley to the butter and mix well.
- Pour the butter and sprinkle the cheese over the rolls.
- Mix well so that roll pieces are covered.
- Spray a muffin pan well.
- Divide the roll pieces evenly in the muffin pan.
- Cover and allow to rise until the rolls are over the pan.
- Bake at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes, until rolls are browned on top and cooked through.
Be sure you make enough of these. I made a double batch, there were 10 of us and they all disappeared. I’m thinking of making these for Christmas dinner, but I will have to make more. We don’t need any fights on Christmas.
Do you have any tips for me in making bread? What the heck can I be doing wrong all of these years? I wonder how much flour I have wasted. Give me some pointers below please.