The Chocolate Cult: Sweet Dough Chocolatey Recipes #1

Saturday, September 15, 2018

Sweet Dough Chocolatey Recipes #1

Sweet and Cinnamon Chocolatey Sweet Dough Bread
The last feature on Rhodes BakeNServ frozen products will be split into three articles -- one for each creation I made using one of the three loaves in the Sweet Dough bag. Of course, this is The Chocolate Cult so each recipe has chocolate but what type and how I used it changed each time. The degree of each recipes success varied but the dough always worked well. The most challenging part of testing out these Rhodes products was that my area simply does not carry very many of their dozens and dozens of items. I got this on the way back from visiting my parents out in Iowa. I used to cooler of ice to transport each one and none were damaged. I find a way on The Chocolate Cult! Any ingredients I used for this recipe which I got from free from a brand I will mark with *; otherwise all ingredients were ones I had on hand. I got the bag of Sweet Dough using a coupon for a free product that was sent to my by Rhodes BakeNServ in exchange for testing out their products and sharing the results with all of you; no other form of compensation was received.

Sweet and Cinnamon Chocolatey Sweet Dough Bread
By: TammyJo Eckhart, PhD


1 loaf of Rhodes BakeNServ Sweet Dough*
non-stick spray
8 oz fat free cream cheese
1 T calorie free sugar substitute
ground cinnamon to taste
Hershey's Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips


1. Spray a large baking pan with non-stick spray and lay one frozen loaf of dough. Cover both dough and pan with plastic and let thaw for 2-4 hours until no longer frozen.

Rhodes BakeNServ Sweet Dough Loaf
2. Lay down a silicone mat or use whatever surface you use to roll out dough.

3. Place the thawed dough on the surface and roll out into a large rectangle that is fairly thin but cannot be seen through. Let rest for 20 minutes.

4. While dough is resting, mix up cream cheese with the sugar until smooth.

5. After dough has rested, spread the cream cheese mixture over it as evenly as you can.

6. Sprinkle the cinnamon over the cream cheese using as much or as little to your taste.

7. Measure out 172 grams of the chocolate chips, about half a bag. Sprinkle these over the dough and cream cheese, trying to spread the chips out evenly.

8. Roll the dough over along the long side so you end up with a long cylinder.

9. Fold the cylinder in half and then half again. Now roll it until you have a thick cylinder of dough. The chips may peek through.

10. Return the dough to the pan and cover both with the plastic again. Let rise for 30 minutes. Pre-heat oven to 350°F.

11. Remove the plastic wrap and place the pan with the dough in the center of the pre-heated oven. Bake for 25-30 minutes or until lightly brown.

12. Cool completely (or until cool to the touch) and then slice into 9 pieces to eat. Each slice will be approximately 233 calories.


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