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This simple roll topping is a family favorite at our house. We call them Sunday rolls because we always have a family dinner on Sunday and I try to make things as simple as possible on our day of worship. I like to prepare as much ahead of time as possible and love to use” short cut” items like frozen rolls that day. My family LOVES these rolls and they could not be more simple to make! I like to grab a couple of my sons to help me dip the frozen rolls right after church and then they sit on the counter and rise until dinner time that evening. These really do melt in your mouth! Seriously good stuff!!
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Mouthwatering Sunday Rolls
submitted by Melanie
Frozen roll dough balls (we love Rhodes brand, I found it at Walmart in TN)
Grated Parmesan cheese (the green can or fresh–we prefer fresh)
Garlic powder, and dried parsley
Grease or spray with cooking spray a pan for baking (cookie sheet, 9×13, or muffin tin) Prepare 3 small bowls for dipping–once with mayonnaise, one with melted butter, and one with grated parmesan cheese. Get out the desired amount frozen roll dough balls. Dip the tops in each bowl in this order : mayo, butter and cheese. Put in greased baking pan of choice. Sprinkle with garlic powder and dried parsley. Cover, allow to raise and bake according to roll package directions. ENJOY:)