If any of you wonderful people out there in dutch oven cooking land are still following my blog, I apologize for not keeping up with your nice comments and for generally falling behind on posting any new recipes. Thank you for your patience and I hope you have been enjoying cooking in your black pots while mine have been collecting dust. Life has been a good kind of busy lately but now that the weather has cooled off I am really feeling the urge to fire up the coals and try some new recipes.
This Raspberry Bubble Bake from the Rhodes site is just about as easy as it gets. A great recipe for the beginning dutch oven cook, the hardest part is waiting for the dough to rise. When you add the pie filling, it may look a lot but after the dough rises, the rolls will poke through. In my 12 inch dutch oven, they baked for 30 minutes with 12 coals in a ring around the base of the oven, 18 placed around the outside of the lid with 6 briquettes spaced evenly in the center. If you don't feel like going to the trouble of making the icing, sprinkle the rolls liberally with powdered sugar. Substitute with your favorite pie filling, as a dessert or coffee cake, these ooey, gooey, rolls are totally delicious.
Raspberry Bubble Bake
12 frozen Rhodes White Dinner Rolls
2 21 oz cans raspberry pie filling, or your favorite flavor
2 Tblsp butter
2 Tblsp milk
1 1/4 cup powdered sugar
Lightly oil or spray 12 inch dutch oven, line with parchment paper if desired.
Place twelve frozen rolls in prepared oven and allow them to thaw until softened.
Once softened, using kitchen shears or a sharp knife, cut each roll in half and then cut each half into three pieces.
Spread two cans of your favorite pie filling evenly over the pieces of dough.
Cover and allow dough to rise until doubled in size and the dough starts peeking through the filling.
Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes or until bread has turned golden brown and holds its shape when lightly touched.
For icing: heat butter and milk until butter is melted.
Gradually add powdered sugar until the icing's consistency is thick but pourable.
Drizzle glaze over rolls, serve while still warm.
|Allow frozen rolls to thaw until softened|
until doubled in size