Monday, May 16, 2011

Cinni-Rhodes Bread

DSC_2263 Alright I have  the worlds easiest Cinnamon Pull apart bread for you. Seriously no prep, no measurements, just plain EASY! It is actually the way I roll :) Ok seriously I suck at measurements and extra prep I like to get instant satisfaction and know weather or not my recipe is edible or super fail!
Last week the husband was beyond a go getter and cemented my front patio for me. I know what you are thinking, but it was his own “Honey Do” List! I mentioned it awhile back but didn't give it a second thought. Well Happy Mothers Day to me! We lucked out and were able to borrow a mixer from friends and our neighbor came and helped Cam pour it all. Seriously! I was helping but I am better skilled at supervising and smiling in excitement!! So as a thank you to my favorite neighbors I decided I wanted to bake them a yummy snack. So to my favorite recipe book, La Internet! I have a good 100 books but I am better at cyber cooking (plus I love pictures of what my goal is!!) I came a crossed this Cinnamon Pull Apart Bread from everyday-art. It looked amazing and we are HUGE cinnamon bread/rolls fan at my house.  Plus who wouldn't want warm Cinnamon Bread at their doorstep!
I read thru the recipe and I had all the ingredients except I decided to change it to my style! I grabbed a package of Rhodes frozen rolls! I simply let them thaw and squashed them together then rolled them out on my counter.
I went a little thick, I think next time I will shoot for about 1/4 in. Once it is rolled out grab some butter (did I mention this is SUPER healthy!) Rub the butter all over the surface then cover with cinnamon and sugar. I also added some brown sugar.DSC_2252Instead of rolling it up like a cinnamon roll you are going to cut it into squares.DSC_2254Next stack your squares into your greased bread pan DSC_2257See at that yummyness! Let them rise for about 20 minutes and then  DSC_2260Bake at 350* for 25-30 minutes. Once it came out of the oven I added a little butter on top and sprinkled some cinnamon sugar mixture.DSC_2263The large bag of Rhodes Rolls made 3 large loafs and I could have easily eaten all 3 by myself!! DSC_2266
Easy enough?
kori

20 comments:

  1. Wow!! That looks totally yummy! Thanks for sharing!

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    Kortney
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  2. I think I could eat that whole pan myself! Wowzers! That looks so good! Wish I was munching it now. ; )



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  3. Found you from Hope Studios - this recipe looks great! I've added it to my Recipe board on Pinterest. Can't wait to try this!

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  4. looks great (and easy, yeah!). found you at hope studios.

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  5. Oh my, so yummy looking. Came over from Rook No 17 link.

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  6. These look absolutely delicious! I would love it if you could post them on our first link party at Heck Fridays tomorrow (Thursday)!

    http://www.heckfridays.blogspot.com

    Hope to see you soon!

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  7. OMG, you're trying to kill me with this! Looks absolutely amazing! And if it's easy, even better!

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  8. Oh, MY - this is calling my name! Yummy! I LOVE that is sounds so easy! I am a cinnamom lover so I must try this. Thank you for sharing.

    New follower from Thursday hop!
    Bernadette
    http://momto2poshlildivas.blogspot.com

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  9. Yummy! This is my kind of recipe.

    Thanks for linking up over at FFKF!

    Jo @ SmileMonsters

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  10. Looks good! I could totally eat that whole pan myself, I'm quite the carbivore! Thanks for sharing!
    xoxo

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  11. Your neighbor and husband may have poured it but how about some love for the guys who made the cement, I'm pretty sure we'd enjoy some sweet pastries for all our hard work!

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  12. Looks delicious - never would have thought of cutting them and stacking them like that!

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  13. Oooohhh YUM!! My grandkidlets will LOVE this!! Thanks!

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  14. yes it does look easy! I always have a large crowd at our lake house and this would be so great for so many times during the day! Breakfast, afternoon,etc.
    I'm going to make it and top it off with a vanilla glaze! Yummo!
    Thanks far sharing
    Nancy

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  15. This look wonderful! Thanks for linking up to savory sunday! (don't forget to link back!)

    If you are interested in doing a guest post some time I would LOVE to have you!! Let me know :)

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  16. Mmmmmm... My kids would love this. What a fun recipe! Thanks so much for sharing at For the Kids Friday at Sun Scholars!

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  17. Kori, it sounds delicious and looks so cool! I definitely need to see if my local grocery has Rhodes rolls. I've heard of them before, but your recipe definitely has me crossing my fingers that I can get my hands on some.

    Jenn

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  18. OMG... Yummmy!

    Thanks for linking up with Fun for Kids Friday. Our new link up has just been posted! : )

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  19. One word: YUM! Would love for you to share this at Fat Camp Friday this weekend. One recipe is picked every Monday and featured on my front page all week! http://tiny.cc/FatCampFriday29

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