July 21, 2017

Cinnamon Sugar Wedges with Cream Cheese Dip


I have a fantastic appetizer to share with all of you today.  If you were to serve this at a party I was at, I would be your new best friend . . . just sayin  :)  

I have always been a sucker for cinnamon sugar breadsticks dipped in cream cheese frosting.  Growing up, there was a local pizza place that served big, thick and chewy cinnamon sugar breadsticks that came with cream cheese frosting to dip them in.  These were my absolute favorite and I was so sad when they closed their doors.  I occasionally will make a copycat version of those breadsticks at home, but sometimes I want something a little easier.  These cinnamon sugar wedges are way easier than breadsticks, because you don't have to shape them into breadsticks and you don't have to let them rise.  

From start to finish (including baking and photographing), I was done in one hour.  That is super fast. This treat is so yummy and one of my favorites.  The cinnamon sugar wedges are soft and chewy and the cream cheese dip is rich and velvety and delicious.  Perfect combo.    

Let me show you how easy these are to make . . . 
First, get all of your ingredients ready.  You will need thawed Rhodes dinner rolls, cinnamon, sugar, cream cheese, butter, vanilla, powdered sugar, milk and a little salt. 
Grease two large baking sheets and set aside.  Roll out thawed dinner rolls into a circle and place 6 onto each large baking sheet.  Brush tops of each circle with melted butter.  
Sprinkle tops of each circle with a generous amount of cinnamon and sugar.  
Bake until lightly browned and then cut into wedges.  I like to cut each circle into eight triangles.  Dunk into prepared cream cheese dip and enjoy.  

I am sharing this mouthwatering RECIPE over at the RHODES BLOG today.  Click HERE to get this delicious RECIPE.


This post is sponsored by Rhodes Bread.  I have always been a fan of Rhodes Rolls.  All opinions expressed herein are my own.  Thanks for allowing me to work with the brands that I love.  


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