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Published on April 11th, 2017 | by Kristen Swain


Meatball Parmesan Wreath


In our family, we really enjoy a big feast on Easter Morning. We sleep in late, then, after an hour or so giving Easter baskets, everyone is pretty ready to eat a big brunch. While eggs and danish are delicious, I like to include some heartier items to fill us up. I love Italian foods and this Meatball Wreath is similar in taste to a meatball parmesan sub or hoagie. This kind of food makes my Rhodes Bread loving teens happy!  The rich tender meatballs are full of herbed flavor encased in a buttery roll with tangy sauce and creamy cheese. Topping the rolls with butter and Parmesan cheese makes them even yummier. Easy to make, this delicious dish can be prepared the night before and left in the fridge to pull out and bake off the next day. Get the kids help to stretch the dough, add the ingredients and tuck the dough over the filling.  It’s definitely not your average ham dinner. And you have small portions in each roll to load those plates up for a varied brunch. This wreath is so good, I’m thinking it’ll work out as an appetizer next time we head over to our friends for a potluck, and maybe even some Sunday watching the game, so we have something other then wings or pizza.


Full of flavor, these single meatball parmesan bites are delightful!

Check out the whole post over on the Rhodes Kids blog.

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This beautiful and delicious wreath serves 12, you could double that and have two rows of meatballs for a larger gathering.







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