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You know how kids love foods they can dip! At our house means, the cold weather means we have a hot bowl of soup for many of our meals. The kids love when we have these cheesy, crispy, Soup Dunkers. They are fun for the kids to make and eat. We make them using Rhodes Bake-N-Serv™ White Bread.
Just bake the loaf according to the instructions on the package.
When cool (and still wonderfully fresh) slice it and remove the crust from each slice, leaving a square.Roll each (crustless) square as flat as possible using a rolling pin.
Melt 3 tablespoons of the butter in a small dish. Brush the top of the flattened bread square with melted butter, sprinkle very lightly with garlic salt, then about 1 tablespoon of grated cheddar cheese.
Roll up each one. Repeat making as many as you want (You’ll probably need to go ahead and make the entire loaf because these dunkers will get gobbled up!)
Brush the outside of each roll with the mayonnaise. The kids love to do this part! (The mayonnaise helps the rolls to develop a crispy crust as they fry in the skillet!)
Melt 1 tablespoon butter in a non-stick skillet. Fry the rolls over medium-high heat, turning as needed, until golden and crispy on all sides. (By the way, using mayonnaise is a great restaurant trick for making wonderfully crispy grilled cheese sandwiches!)
Serve while hot and crispy with a bowl of your favorite soup.