October 09, 2015
Rhodes Oven-Baked Cinnamon Rolls
I had a chance to have some friends over tonight for a small dinner party and dessert... AND a chance to try out the Rhodes cinnamon rolls. I had tried them last week with my husband and we both loved them, so I was fairly certain our friends would to.
...and I was right. They were a HIT!!!
I served cream of carrot soup and turkey/cranberry/cheese croissant finger sandwiches for dinner, and dessert was a buffet of goodies: caramel chocolate chip walnut brownies, fudge, cinnamon chip pumpkin muffins, and RHODES CINNAMON ROLLS! We warmed a side of maple syrum and walnuts to make these rolls even more decadent! It made them more like sticky buns. I opted for just the frosting, but others went for the extra toppings.
I couldn't locate the microwave version, but the oven-baked ones were delicious!!! I think they're better than the chain brand you pay way too much for on the boardwalk or in most malls. With these you get more for your money and you can control how sweet to make them by limiting the frosting or loading it on!
Tryazon Rhodes Bake-N-Serv
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