Fresh-Baked Bread at Home for Around $1 Per Loaf? It’s True…

Rhodes Fresh-Baked Bread

yield: 9 SERVINGS

prep time: 6 HOURS

cook time: 30 MINUTES

total time: 6 HOURS 30 MINUTES

Directions

1

Spray a bread pan with non-stick cooking spray.

2

Place the frozen dough in the bread pan. Spray a sheet of saran wrap with non-stick spray and place it over the bread pan. Set aside until the dough has thawed and risen 1 inch above the pan (about 4-6 hours). For faster preparation, refer to speed method directions on the original packaging.

3

Once the dough has risen, remove the saran wrap and bake in the over 25-30 minutes at 350º for white bread and 325º for wheat bread.

4

Once the bread has fully cooked, remove it from the oven and let it cool before slicing.

5

Place the loaf on its side and use a serrated or electric knife to slice. Top with your favorite spread and enjoy!

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man with chef hat holding Rhodes bread loaf and frozen dough

Love the smell and taste of fresh-baked bread? You’ve got to try Rhodes Bread Dough!

Why spend hours in the kitchen measuring out ingredients and guessing about what yeast to use when you can conveniently pull some ready-to-bake dough out of the freezer?

Fresh, warm bread can be yours for around just $1 per loaf!

A bag of white frozen bread dough on a table

The possibilities are endless with Rhodes frozen bread dough. It can be used to make cinnamon rolls, pizza, calzones, and even bread bowls for soup. It’s a comfort food staple and it couldn’t be easier to make. 🙌

The 5-count packs of Rhodes frozen bread dough go for around $4 to $5, which makes each loaf just over $1! What an awesome buy! You can find these at grocery stores (like Winco), select Walmart stores, and even some Target locations. Check their store locater here.

Fall will be here before you know it and you won’t want to be without a loaf of this bake-n-serve bread on chilly days!

On a side note, this is totally not a sponsored post. We had to share as Rhodes frozen bread dough is not only an affordable way to enjoy a loaf of bread (hello $1 loaf!), but this dough makes it so easy to have fresh baked bread often. Even Stetson was impressed with his baking skills!

A man wearing a chef hat holding a loaf of frozen bread dough in a bag

How to bake a loaf of Rhodes frozen bread dough:

Ready to fill your home with the wonderful smell of fresh-baked bread? Luckily, Rhodes frozen bread dough practically makes itself! All you’ll need is a bread pan and an empty belly to enjoy the warm and crispy goodness at home.

A loaf of fresh-baked bread on a baking rack

Best tips for making Rhodes Bake-N-Serv Bread: 

  • When buying, check the closure tab for ‘best by’ date. Try to get a dough with a ‘best by’ date at least 8-9 months out.
  • Make sure loaves are separate and not stuck together. Also, make sure there are not a lot of ice crystals in the bag.
  • Be sure to use the proper size loaf pan (1 pound). A 1-pound pan measures 8.5″ X 4.5″ X 2.5″.

Bread dough in a bread pan covered with saran wrap

Fresh bread in a bread pan

A loaf of bread on a baking rack


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Rhodes Fresh-Baked Bread

yield: 9 SERVINGS

prep time: 6 HOURS

cook time: 30 MINUTES

total time: 6 HOURS 30 MINUTES

A convenient way to enjoy fresh-baked bread using frozen dough without spending hours to bake it.

Directions

1

Spray a bread pan with non-stick cooking spray.

2

Place the frozen dough in the bread pan. Spray a sheet of saran wrap with non-stick spray and place it over the bread pan. Set aside until the dough has thawed and risen 1 inch above the pan (about 4-6 hours). For faster preparation, refer to speed method directions on the original packaging.

3

Once the dough has risen, remove the saran wrap and bake in the over 25-30 minutes at 350º for white bread and 325º for wheat bread.

4

Once the bread has fully cooked, remove it from the oven and let it cool before slicing.

5

Place the loaf on its side and use a serrated or electric knife to slice. Top with your favorite spread and enjoy!

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A man holding a loaf of bread and eating some

Who knew this freshness could come from something frozen!

Grab some butter and smother it all over a slice of warm and fluffy bread! YUM! The texture is soft, yet crispy—just what you want in a loaf of fresh bread!

A slice of fresh bread on a plate next to the loaf

Rhodes Bake-N-Serve bread dough tastes exceptional by itself, but it’ll also go beautifully with some tasty baked spaghetti or slow-cooker veggie lasagna. Excuse me while I go clean the drool off my face. 🤤


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Comments 44

  1. Melanie

    So trying this! I have never noticed it but the locator says it’s at my store 😊 Thanks for the helpful tips too!

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’ll love it! Thanks Melanie!

  2. Crystal Goodwin

    I’ve been buying this for years. The also have frozen rolls and the directions for them are the same. The speed method cuts the time in half. You can’t make bread from scratch that taste any better so why bother. I have people ask me for my recipe all the time. I keep several bags of them in the freezer at all times.

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Yes I stock my freezer with the rolls too! So convenient and GOOD. 👏💕

  3. Leane

    We always had this at home so easy and super good I couldn’t find it a week ago when I was looking but I’ll try again.

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Hope you find some soon Leane!

  4. Peaches

    Only the yeast rolls are available in my area. Has anyone tried those?

    • Lana

      They are delicious! I buy them for holidays.

  5. MG3167

    This was the only homemade bread I had growing up. They make wonderful cinnamon rolls also.

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Yes I agree!

    • Debmaw

      People thought I would slave for hours making Cinnamon Rolls. Haven’t made them for a while, think I will buy some dough on my next shopping trip.

  6. Erin

    I use this dough to make homemade pizzas too!

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh that’s smart!

  7. Crystal

    We’ve loved this bread for years! For family and friends gatherings in often asked to bring my “homemade bread”!

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Yes same! And the rolls too. 👏

  8. mommyof51987

    My Walmart only has the rolls. I would love the loaf bread!

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      I enjoy them both! Hope you can find some soon 💕

  9. Amber

    I’ve purchased this in the past and liked it. I need to be better about keeping track of what’s on the counter because when I need it right away I just end up buying whatever the store has on sale. I’ll buy more soon. Thanks.

  10. Elissa

    Agree! So good!! PS- Kroger has a generic brand that’s even cheaper and tastes just as good!

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh that’s fun to know! Thanks for sharing 🤗

  11. Tori

    I use the frozen roll dough for pepperoni rolls. Just follow package directions for rising, then flatten in your hand, add 3-4 overlapped pepperoni. Roll it up, pinch together and bake as package suggests or until golden brown. Can also add cheese inside and/or, spray tops with butter spray and sprinkle everything but the bagel seasoning in tops before baking. I have used these in kids’ lunches, at tailgate parties, etc…

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Thanks for sharing Tori! That sounds yummy

    • 5pink1blue

      Where we live they are called pepperoni balls. Yum!!! Most people haven’t heard of these but everyone around here loves them.

  12. Christone4

    We buy the rolls and put two frozen doughballs in each muffin tin (directions on back of package) to make really big rolls. Always a hit for big gatherings or just our family and they rewarm very well (few seconds in the microwave). I highly recommend!

    • Diana rihe

      I make the sam kind. If I didn’t make them for Thanksgiving my great grandson probably wouldn’t let me in.

  13. Kim

    Good tip about checking the expiration date. When they are in the freezer too long, the resulting loaf or rolls do not rise as high.

  14. Luv2save2

    I love Stetson! He is a great product spokesman. Such a ham! 😀

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      I agree- he’s fun!

  15. Michelle

    I also use the bread dough to make cinnamon rolls. Basically roll out the dough, spread melted butter on it, sprinkle a mixture of cinnamon and brown sugar. Roll the dough back up, cut them in to rolls, let them rise (I put them in the fridge overnight), and bake them. So easy and delicious!

  16. Lisa

    DANGIT!! Why have you revealed my secret? This stuff was hard enough to find (especially around March/April). Now all the Hip2Savers will buy it up everywhere!

    Just kidding – not mad. This stuff is great! I learned this from my Momma. Also look for same type of product from Bridgford (the company who makes Monkey Bread)

  17. Browniesundae908

    Thank you very much Hip2Save Team for this special and awesome post! Baked Bread is one of my favorite comfort foods to enjoy! I am excited to try this bread! You made my day!!

  18. Kristen

    We use the rolls for mini pizzas for school lunches! Hormel sells mini pepperoni too.

  19. Lana

    Dus off those bread machines hidden away and bread is even quicker to make along with being even cheaper and tasting better than frozen dough. We can make fresh bread in two and a half hours start to finish.

  20. kristy-3

    Which ones are best? The dinner roles, Texas rolls or the white dinner rolls?

  21. KellyS

    These frozen loafs of bread make make great sticky buns. My mom made them on Christmas morning.

  22. Acdeb5

    Bread is so good, the longest I have waited for it to cool was 30 min and while I was cutting it, it smashes down even if on its side and does not hold shape. Next time I will have to leave the house so I won’t touch it before it completely cools, then i might get an actual slice. Smashed or not, this is delicious!

    • Amber

      Same here, he just can’t wait. I recently got an electric knife. We’ll see how this goes lol.

  23. sjdsh

    Good idea. & Stetson as ‘the chef’ always funny,a natural talent.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks so much for the kind comment! I’ll be sure to pass this along to Stetson!

  24. Amy

    OH MY GOODNESS! Thanks so much for the Rhodes Shout out! We are beyond excited to see this post! On behalf of everyone from Rhodes THANK YOU!

    • Emily (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi Amy! So glad to hear you and your team liked the post! If you’d ever want to work together, please feel free to email me at emily@hip2save.com!

  25. Cindy Goughenour

    Bought rhodes buns
    Wanted to make pizza rolls in AM. My husband said to put them in refrigerator and that they wo u ld not thaw. Well, they thawed and all together. Can I still make the rolls or will they not turn out.

  26. KAREN L ANDREAS

    Do you think I could use this to make foccacia bread?

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