Many thanks to ShaRhonda Crow for sharing this week’s recipe!
Rolls. Cornbread. Biscuits. Homemade. Store bought. No matter the type, bread is a staple at family reunions, church functions, funerals, holiday meals, just about any southern meal, right? I try to not make it a staple for my family of four, but maybe once a month. You’ve read it before from me, some of my favorite recipes come from my mother in law. She can cook. One of my favorite things to bake, eat, and take are these rolls.
I promise you make these one time and you will be making and taking these over and over again. The big secret, NEVER let anyone know how easy this is. Why yes, of course you make homemade bread!!!
Here is the recipe. This is hard people. Pay attention. I used to call them just Betty’s Rolls after the one who taught me, but after taking them to our church community group, I was told they were “heavenly”, so I renamed them.
Betty’s Heavenly Bundt Rolls
1 bag of Rhodes White or Wheat Frozen Dinner Rolls
1 melted stick of butter or margarine
1 bundt pan sprayed w/ cooking spray
Place 12 rolls single layer around bundt pan , after you have dipped them in butter/margarine. Then form a second layer on top of the first layer alternating the rolls. You will not use the entire package of 36. I only use about 22. Then cover w/ a piece of saran wrap coated in cooking spray. Let rise according to package directions and then cook according to package directions.
After baked, turn pan over and place bread on a dinner plate.
I have attached a printable recipe card for you. Just right click, save/print! Enjoy!