Saturday, October 10, 2015

Tryazon & Rhodesbread Cinnamon Rolls Review



I was excited to  host my first Tryazon Party with Rhodesbread.
Over the years I always made homemade cinnamon rolls but now that I'm older I don't have the time and always looking for great tasting cinnamon rolls that are easy to prepare.
I picked up these two packages of Rhodes as the stores in my area don't carry the microwave version yet.
I prepared both packages. The cinnamon rolls in the pans called Bake N Serv went from freezer to a cold oven then baked for 30 to 35 minutes. I found that they didn't rise  very much  and tasted a bit doughy. I think next time I will let them sit out before I place them in the oven to see if that makes a difference. There were six rolls in the pans and the pans made an easy clean up.





Now the bag contains 12 cinnamon rolls and the need to rise before you bake. There are three ways to let them rise overnight, three to five hours and preheat oven at 175 turn off oven and let rise for hour and a half. Then bake for 30 to 35 minutes. 
These were a big hit during my party they were not doughy and tasted very good just like my homemade cinnamon rolls. The icing of course is the Best party it wasn't overly sweet just perfect. Someone may have licked the plate clean lol.



Everyone really enjoyed Rhodes cinnamon rolls and how easy they are to prepare. I passed out coupons to my family and friends so they to can enjoy these at home. 

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All opinions are my own. #tyrazon #rhodesbread 

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