Fancy Inexpensive Dinner Breads

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canned regrigerator biscuits in bundt pan

FANCY SCHMANCY dinner breads cheap…

Use a decoratively shaped Bundt pan,

a stick of butter or margarine,

3 cans of biscuits (jumbo or regular) (you could use frozen dinner roll too)

seasonings to suit the meal…for instance, serving Italian?  Use basil and Parmesan cheese

Melt butter or margarine in bottom of Bundt pan evenly. Sprinkle seasonings. Then put biscuits in on end, like stacking dimes, one at a time, to allow seasonings and butter to ooze between each one. Bake as directed on the can. Then simply turn out onto a serving plate, and VOILA! –a beautiful bread ring.  You can use cheddar cheese and jalapeno for Mexican…brown sugar and cinnamon for pull apart cinnabuns…rosemary and olive oil and olives for Italian or Greek… ANY assortment you can think of… dried tomatoes and olive oil… try it!

-Vicky B.

All I can say is yum! I am going to have to try this one!



Photo By: C Jill Reed


  1. Rosemary says

    Do you mean set the biscuits on their edges like you balance a dime on it’s edge? Should one fit in each well part of the bunt pan? I love this idea.

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  3. Bea says

    I made the Money Bread with this recipe last night and it came out great. Had some for breakfast with coffee. Yummy! Also made the chocolate syrup from the “Dining on a Dime” cookbook a couple of days ago and had it on vanilla ice cream. Yummy!

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