Party Loaf – ‘Nuff Said!

This is a such a delicious recipe! You can serve this party loaf when you feel like…uh..partying or when you want a simple and fun meal idea. I made this for supper the other day because it’s pretty much just like eating pizza…only better. The original author said she didn’t serve any dipping sauce with hers as she used extra Swiss cheese. I served Ranch dressing with my party loaf…and extra Swiss cheese.

Check out what my pals over at The Shady Porch had to say about this recipe:

I ran across this recipe the other day and it seemed perfect for a party. It’s called (drumroll, please…) Party Loaf! I knew my family would love it since fresh baked bread is high on the fav list! The hardest part of the recipe for me was remembering to set the frozen dough out to thaw and rise. After that, it was easy breezy.

Yes, girls, remember to take your frozen bread dough out of the freezer before you intend to make this party loaf.



1 loaf of Rhodes bread dough, thawed but cold
Diced green onions, Hormel Real Bacon Pieces, and your favorite cheese, sliced or shredded. The loaf can be tailored by adding your family favorites, for example – Jalapeno slices, Pepperoni minis, mushrooms, olives, etc.


First, I placed a Rhodes Bake-N-Serve loaf out to thaw in a bowl sprayed with Pam Butter.

Then, I rolled out the dough loaf 2-3 times longer than the original size and placed it in a greased bundt pan. I covered it with Saran wrap and allowed it to rise to twice its size.

Once it had risen, I removed the Saran wrap and baked it at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes or until lightly browned.
I allowed the bread to cool, and then sliced it through the middle of the circle and then into one-inch sections (side-to-side) without cutting completely through. Next, I loaded it up with cheese (in this instance, shredded Swiss), real bacon pieces and chopped green onions.
I put the loaf back in the oven for 5-10 minutes or until the cheese had melted completely. Make a dip, if desired. Serve warm. ENJOY!!





Quick Tip: This loaf is best served with Ranch dressing or even marinara sauce for dipping.

Thank you The Shady Porch for this great recipe.