We went to a cookout this weekend. I baked a double batch of cheese rolls. They are made like cinnamon rolls except the dough is not as sweet, and when the dough is rolled out, it is covered with grated cheddar instead of cinnamon sugar.
How I made them.
(This is a big recipe and could easily be halved for a smaller family)
- in the bread machine on dough cycle Add
2 Cups water
1 stick softened butter
2 t salt
2 T sugar
6 cups all purpose flour
2 t dry yeast
After that cycle, punch down the dough and roll out on a floured cabinet to a large rectangle.
Spread with 2 T soft butter and about 2 generous
cups of grated cheese. I used sharp cheddar. Roll dough up tight and then slice into 1 inch rolls. Put on a prepared baking sheet (I like to use parchment paper but greasing would be fine) Cover with a clean kitchen towel and let rise about 30 minutes. Bake in a preheated 375 degree oven until golden brown.
Melt 2 more tablespoons Butter and mix with some garlic powder or salt. Brush on to hot rolls.
This is a photo from my son. He went to friends party and they made baked corn dogs from a Pinterest recipe. They used Jiffy cornbread mix and ordinary hot dogs.
I don't sign up for many freebies or contests but I do remember doing both of these freebie offers sign ups.
The Smuckers fruit pouches were a commissary shopper contest and the Ziploc bags were from Right At Home.
It doesn't happen too often but all 7 grands were here at the same time this weekend.
They range from almost 2 months to 6 years.
My parents celebrated their 64th wedding anniversary.
Two of the grandsons had the best time playing in this box.
Hope you all have a wonderful week!