I Bet You Can’t Eat Just One


Rhodes Rolls asked me to bake up something using their rolls from a recipe of theirs (or my own) & share it on their blog. I love Rhodes rolls, so I was happy to oblige! Rhodes are my saving grace since I can’t make bread to save my life. Since I’ve blogged (and made) my favorite sticky buns before, I thought I’d try a new sweet bread. Rhodes’s Lemon Pull-Apart recipe is absolutely fantastic & super simple. I whipped it up in no time & it makes for the perfect sweet roll for spring.

I ate half the pan of rolls, I kid you not. They’re so delicious and worlds better than orange rolls, in my opinion. Click here to see the recipe with step by step photos & instructions. Thanks, Rhodes for having me on your blog today!

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    1. Oh. My. Gosh. *must make some*

    2. Stacie says:

      YOU – ARE – AMAZING! Thank you so much for this delicious post!

    3. Emily says:

      I love Rhodes Rolls! These look amazing! Lately I’ve been into making mini pizzas with them but I love lemon and sweets. . . .

    4. Not to copy Jill but my thoughts exactly: OH.MY.GOSH!! You had me at lemon. Off to get the recipe:)

    5. Liz says:

      These look delicious! I am going to have to make these for Easter breakfast!

    6. I have been curious about this recipe. I love anything lemon so I am sure I will like these :)

    7. Okay. Those look amazing. I love Rhodes for orange rolls, but LEMON?! I’m on my way to the store first thing in the am. And your food styling makes them look as good as I’m sure they taste:)

    8. Yvonne says:

      I absolutely love your post! Your photography is beautiful. You are incredibly talented. Wowsa! Great job :)

    9. Erin R. says:

      I’m totally going to make these for a Mops brunch. These look and sound amazing (and despite the fact that I love to cook, I also love quick and easy). Thanks for sharing.

    10. […] switched up the Lemon Pull-Aparts by baking them in cupcake cups & adding strawberries to the glaze. I consider them a breakfast […]

    11. Melissa: I have been meaning to make this since you first posted it awhile back. I remembered it when you mentioned Rhodes rolls this week. SO we don’t actually have rhodes rolls down here in my neck of the woods….but I figured any yeast roll would work. So I am letting them rise right now. Its about 95 degrees outside. They are in a pan sitting on the dash inside my black car that is parked in the sun. Hopefully this will speed the process…haha

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