Product Review – Rhodes Rolls

Homemade rolls are the best. But, these days, who has time to make rolls from scratch?

That’s where Rhodes rolls come in.

I have been using Rhodes rolls for many years. I like the convenience of them. But, mostly, I like the flavor. They are the next best thing to homemade rolls.

Rhodes rolls can be found in the freezer section of your local grocery store. The rolls are individually quick frozen, and the ones I buy have 36 rolls per package, or 3 pounds

The nutritional facts, (for the ones I buy), are as follows:

One white roll contains:

100 calories
15 calories from fat (1.5 grams)
Zero saturated fats and trans fats
Zero cholesterol
130 mg of sodium
Total carbohydrates equals 19 grams
Protein is 2 grams

These rolls can be made in a variety of pans, including muffin tins or a 9×13 baking pan. I often make them in round cake pans.

Using the regular method of baking the Rhodes rolls, allow yourself 3 to 5 hours. They also offer a “speed method”, which lowers the prep and cook time to approximately 1.5 hours.

Although the rolls are packaged in round shapes, they can be manipulated into other shapes, including breadsticks.

The Rhodes rolls are definitely worth trying. Rhodes even offers a “no fault guarantee” if their products do not meet your expectations.

For more information on Rhodes rolls, a list of all of their products, plus lots of great looking, free recipes, go to RhodesBread.com

Watch your local newspaper for coupons to save even more the Rhodes baking products.


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One Response to Product Review – Rhodes Rolls

  1. George says:

    Those sound great! I will have to check and see if I can get them in my area.

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