Category Archives: DOUGHNUTS

“Heaven on a plate!” That describes anything baked, using Rhodes frozen rolls or bread dough. Rhodes gives us the perfect product to create irresistible, elegant and impressive dishes. All it takes is a twist here, a tuck there, a few added ingredients and you have a masterpiece on your hands. I am thrilled to get […]

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I certainly don’t eat doughnuts very often, but Apple Fritters have been weighing heavily on my mind. As I was rummaging through my stacks of recipes, I came across this Food Network recipe for Banana Beignets. OK . . . Do I make Fritters or Beignets?  There really isn’t much difference. I happened to have […]

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It seems that everywhere you look, our grand flag is waving proudly around neighborhoods and on City corners.  Today is a day of remembrance . . . a day to honor those who have died in our nation’s service.  We are very blessed to have Men and Woman serving so valiantly and bravely! Today, I […]

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 I got a really NICE surprise at my door yesterday! It was because of that gift, that I decided to make these. Oh Baby . . .  I couldn’t think of anything that I had ordered on line, so I just opened the box, and this is what I found.   . . . along with […]

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Lately, I’ve been trying to use up products that have been sitting in my freezer, before buying new.  This isn’t an easy task, because I don’t seem to be very good at rotating!  I had two bags of Rhodes Roll dough, that stare at me every time I open the freezer.  What to do?  Yesterday, […]

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If you love Cinnamon Rolls, but don’t like the amount of time, that you have to devote to making them, then this recipe is for you! Easy, simple Cinnamon Roll muffins. The cinnamon, brown sugar, and hint of nutmeg…is really yummy. If you glaze the muffins before they have cooled, the icing will sink down […]

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It just doesn’t get any easier than this. We used to make these for Drill Team & cheerleading fund raisers, when I was in High School. We always made the money we needed! You will need: 1 (10 count) refrigerated biscuits 1/2 cup sugar Oil (for deep frying) Directions: Heat oil to 350 degrees. Fry […]

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Is there anyone who doesn’t love eating a crisp, warm Apple Fritter? My Grandma South made these delicious little puffy doughnuts, and they would only last a matter of minutes. They are so simple to make, and even easier to eat! Place fritters on a nice serving plate, and drizzle with spiced syrup. You can […]

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