Orange and blueberry rolls upside down

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The frozen orange rolls are baked over a fresh blueberry sauce, reversed on a plate, and drizzled with a delicious orange cream cheese frosting for a Christmas breakfast worth sharing with family and friends.

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The frozen orange rolls are baked over a fresh blueberry sauce, reversed on a plate, and drizzled with a delicious orange cream cheese frosting for a Christmas breakfast worth sharing with family and friends.

Cranberry has been one of those flavors for which I have acquired an acquired taste as I age. I love cranberry juice, but cranberry sauce at Christmas dinners wasn't my favorite until I made it fresh. There is something that makes me throw up on the canned blueberry sauce that you can cut. I don't know, my husband loves it, but I can't get on board.

The frozen orange rolls are baked over a fresh blueberry sauce, reversed on a plate, and drizzled with a delicious orange cream cheese frosting for a Christmas breakfast worth sharing with family and friends.

Anyway, I've started using fresh blueberries in recipes in the past few years and I'm a huge fan. My favorite blueberry vacation dish is this blueberry sauce served with cream cheese and eaten with crackers. It is the perfect combination of spicy, sweet and fresh.

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The frozen orange rolls are baked over a fresh blueberry sauce, reversed on a plate, and drizzled with a delicious orange cream cheese frosting for a Christmas breakfast worth sharing with family and friends.

I'm also a big fan of Cran-Apple Crisp because who doesn't like crispy apple? Blueberries add a nice tart element to balance out sweet apples. It's heavenly with a scoop of vanilla ice cream! Yum!

The frozen orange rolls are baked over a fresh blueberry sauce, reversed on a plate, and drizzled with a delicious orange cream cheese frosting for a Christmas breakfast worth sharing with family and friends.

And then there's the classic blueberry-orange combo! I made cranberry and orange muffins last year, and I think I like these muffins even more. Nothing screams Christmas breakfast like cinnamon rolls, but these are more cheery because they are red. Homemade cranberry sauce is so quick to make and super delicious!

The frozen orange rolls are baked over a fresh blueberry sauce, reversed on a plate, and drizzled with a delicious orange cream cheese frosting for a Christmas breakfast worth sharing with family and friends.

These upside down blueberry orange rolls are a great choice to serve your holiday guests. And let's be honest, orange rolls can be a dessert too! Yum-o! Did I mention that you don't even have to do the scrolls and icing? Well get excited! Rhodes makes it super easy with their AnyTime Orange Rolls! Get the full recipe and tutorial from the Rhodes blog and enjoy the holidays with these festive Cranberry Orange Rolls!

Recipe added 05/26/16. For a step-by-step photo tutorial, visit the Rhodes Bake-N-Serv blog.

The frozen orange rolls are baked over a fresh blueberry sauce, reversed on a plate, and drizzled with a delicious orange cream cheese frosting for a Christmas breakfast worth sharing with family and friends.

Orange and blueberry rolls upside down

  • 1 pack of Rhodes AnyTime orange rolls (6 rolls)
  • 2 butter spoons
  • 3/4 cup brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon grated orange zest
  • 1 1/2 cups fresh or frozen blueberries
  • 1/2 cup dried cranberries
  • orange cream cheese icing package (comes with frozen orange rolls)
  1. Melt butter with brown sugar, orange zest, and fresh / frozen cranberries in medium saucepan. Simmer until the berries explode and the mixture thickens, stirring occasionally; about 5 to 7 minutes. Remove from the heat and mix in the dried cranberries. Let cool slightly (2 to 3 minutes).

  2. Remove the orange rolls from the foil pan and pour the cranberry sauce into the bottom. Place the orange rolls on top of the cranberry sauce and place the pan in an oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

  3. Bake 30 minutes or until golden and fully baked. Immediately invert the aluminum tray on a large plate.

  4. Let the rolls cool down a bit before adding the frosting so it doesn't melt completely. Heat the cream cheese package (which came with the rolls) with your hands and drizzle it on top of the rolls. Serve immediately. Refrigerate leftovers in an airtight container for up to 5 days.

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