If you haven’t been following me on the Southern Plate Family Facebook page you may be wondering why you haven’t heard from me in a few days. I have a good excuse, honest. I just got home from a little road trip to Savannah, Georgia, where I spent a day filming with Miss Paula Deen. I’ll be in an upcoming episode of her “Paula’s Best Dishes” show on the food network. We had a wonderful time together and I have to tell you, that is one hard working lady and as good hearted as the day is long. She actually left her house before we did to fly to New York and host the Today Show the next day!
I can’t post pictures until I have permission from the Food Network but I’ll be telling you more about my time filming and cooking with Miss Paula in an upcoming post.
Yesterday Susan Hatcher asked on Facebook: Help me out on bread dough. I bought some frozen from Kroger for the first time and don’t have a clue what to do with it.
Well boy howdee Susan, do I ever have a post for you! I have a lot of fun with frozen bread dough and post some of my favorite recipes using it on Southern Plate from time to time. I have tons more I’ll post over the next few years but today I wanted to bring you (and Susan) a compilation post of all of the great Frozen Bread Dough posts on Southern Plate so far.
This convenient wonder can help you turn out beautiful kitchen creations for dinner, dessert, and beyond in no time flat! Enjoy!
Stuffed Pizza Sticks
These are delicious as a snack or even a fun meal for your family! Customize them to your own family’s tastes.
Homemade Cinnabuns – The Easy Way!
You could pretty much control the world if you kept these babies coming, warm from the oven and slathered in cinnamon cream cheese icing.
Another easily customizable recipe with a gorgeous outcome!
Cinnamon Love Knots
Half dinner roll, half sweet cinnamon treat, these are one of my fun favorites to make with the kids.
Super Easy King Cake
Not in a Mardis Gras mood? Just ditch the sprinkles and you have a DELICIOUS cream cheese filled coffee cake ring.
I have many more recipes using frozen bread dough but these will get you off to a great start. Subscribe by email to never miss a single recipe and be sure and join us over on Facebook to keep up with day to day happenings. As soon as I have permission to post photos from my visit with Paula I’ll let ya know!
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You posted Rhodes Frozen Bread sold at Atlantic supermarket in Reading MA.
FYI They are no longer there.
Generally I don’t read article on blogs, however I would like to say that this write-up very pressured me to check out and do it! Your writing style has been surprised me. Thank you, very great article.
i just wanna say i love your page and everything ! i enjoy your recipes . i myself am a diabetic and as with any recipe i make it my own (so to speak) by leaving something out or trying something diffirent. alot of the recipes is stuff i grew up on as well. keep up the good work . and oh by the way not all diet food and stuff like splenda and so on are good for you .i myself see it like this the way my great grandmothers and so on had to cook and the food they ate seem to be more healthier then what we eat today . the meat we buy today has stuff added to it. and so on . all im saying is if you are all about healthy eating try changing it up a bit . cause well being from the south its all about some fried foods and so on. 🙂 all i can say is Ms. Christy dont change ! your southeren roots made you who you are and as you get to the top just stay close to home and your roots. best wishes to you and please keep the recipes coming . thank you. 🙂
When asked questions pertaining to the healthy aspects of Southern cooking, I always LOL at what Paula Deen says, “I’m your cook Baby, not your doctor”….it seems to fit this situation perfectly. Congratulations on being on Paula’s show. Maybe some of her “magic” will rub off…we could all use a dose of that!!! Love your recipes and memories. Keep at it.
Christy, we just made pizza strips for the second time, and they’re wonderful. We have them as an occasional treat and don’t eat this way all the time.
I thought your response to Sandra was just perfect. I wish more people interacted with others in such a polite, respectful, yet self-assured way. Sanra might have earned more respect from your readers had she even phrased her question differently, and included a salutation.
And thank you, Sarah, for the dough-rolling suggestions — made this version much easier!
Hope you have a great day and an even better Mother’s Day! Andrea
One of my favorite ways to use “frozen” dough is to make cheese bread or cheese rolls…. To make cheese bread, let one roll of dough thaw, then copy is up it pieces and put in a bowl. Then you add your cheese. I normally use sharp cheddar (approx 8 oz) or more/less if you like and add in 1 ‘beaten’ egg. Mix all of this together and put it in your loaf pan (that has been greased or I spray mine with Pam) and let rise. Bake per instructions on bag. Be sure to put a tray under the loan pan as the cheese tends to drop when cooking. My kids like adding peppers to theirs. You can make it into cheese biscuits too by putting in a muffin tin. Also good way to make “money/cinnamon bread’. The cheese bread is so yummy. Great to toast (under broiler) for breakfast. Enjoy
This sounds oh so yummy!! Thank you for sharing Fran!!!!
I’m thinking pizza bread.. put in the cheese and bits of cut up pepporoni or sausage (or both) and mix like you did and use pizza sauce for dipping..
Wish I wasn’t at work or I do belive I’d be trying this right now.. or maybe its a good thing I’m at work 😉
I just read this and it sounds so good, I am going to make it right now. Thank you
I have a great King Cake recipe but I can’t wait to try the easy method. THANKS!