As a working mother of 3, any time I can simplify something without compromising, I do. Through the years, I have tried recipe after recipe in hopes of the best dinner rolls.
There were definitely some good ones, but they all consumed a lot of time & effort & that’s just one small portion of the meal. Don’t get me wrong, the bread is very important.
I often judge restaurants based on the bread they serve – first impressions are everything. If the bread lacks, I worry what the dinner has to offer. I made a slight twist to my favorite monkey bread recipe & the results were nothing short of magical.
In less than 5 minutes hands on time, I had incredible garlic bread that Adalyn & Chris couldn’t stay away from. Success. This garlic bread recipe is incredible & it doesn’t require yeast thanks to a little shortcut – frozen dinner rolls. I’m not even slightly ashamed.
Are you a fan of everything garlicky and good in life? Check out this handy Garlic Conversion Guide to help with your time in the kitchen!
Making garlic bread in a bundt pan also creates a beautiful display worthy of your Thanksgiving table. It’s so easy that Adalyn actually made them with help measuring.
Grease your bundt pan, add 24 frozen rolls, melt a stick of butter & pour it on top along with a tablespoon of parsley, a tablespoon of garlic & a third cup of parmesan. Allow it to marinate & rise while covered with a greased sheet of saran wrap for 4 hours. Punch them down & bake. Simple, isn’t it?
To remove, carefully & quickly turn your bundt onto a cake pedestal or platter & serve hot. These can be served as pull apart bread or sliced – your choice! For more easy entertaining ideas, follow along on Pinterest!
- 24 frozen dinner rolls
- 1/2 cup butter melted
- 1 tablespoon minced garlic
- 1 tablespoon parsley
- 1/3 cup parmesan
- Grease bundt pan.
- Evenly distribute dinner rolls into bundt pan.
- Pour butter, garlic, parsley & parmesan, one at a time, onto rolls.
- Cover with greased saran wrap & allow to rise 4 hours. Remove saran wrap & punch down.
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Punch rolls down. Bake 20 minutes.
Estimated nutrition information is provided as a courtesy and is not guaranteed.