Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 15 min. + cooling
I cut the rolls into 10 slices instead of 8 and I think the bread was still too thick. They bake into a peak on top, even though I depressed the middle before baking. This peak made it difficult to get the veggies to stay on top of the roll. The flavor of the spread was very subtle. It didn't have that veggie dip punch of flavor. These were really messy to eat as well.
Very good and fun for the holidays
I have also done this but instead of the dill and garlic powder I used ranch dressing seasoning pkg it gives it a little more zip.Alice
looked pretty but was gross! No one ate it and I had to give it to my chickens!
Made this for Christmas dinner with my family. Everyone really enjoyed it. It was very tasty, simple, and refreshing. I will absolutely make again especially in the summer when dill is readily available from the garden and there are plenty of get-togethers.
I was invited to a potluck and thought this looked like the perfect dish to take. I don't like red peppers, so used radishes instead. I also turned the ring upside down before spreading the cream cheese mixture. It looked amazing and there was none left to take home. I think I would add more dill next time.
So good and easy! Very similiar to veggie pizza. I will definitely make these again!
This is so beautiful at Christmas and not much work. So yummy, just like veggie pizza.
Always a hit for our family potlucks!
Can't wait to try this recipe for the holiday potluck this year! It's a super easy vegetarian friendly option.