Cheese Soup and Pretzel Rolls

Eating Cheese Soup and Sister Schubert’s Soft Pretzel Rolls made me feel like I was in Canada.

Not the real Canada.  The Disney version in EPCOT.  They have a restaurant there called Le Cellier that serves cheese soup and pretzel bread.  So yummy!

This recipe is not exactly like the Disney soup, but it is very good and easy to make.  And the Pretzel Rolls are super easy.  Just pop them in the oven to warm for a few minutes.

My kids were so excited to have the rolls again.  They’d been asking me to serve them since we’d had Reuben Sliders on Pretzel Rolls a few weeks ago.  The rolls are crusty on the outside, but the inside is soft and tender.  The flavor is like soft pretzels.  They’re a perfect compliment to any soup, but I think they go especially well with cheese soup.

Here’s what you’ll need for the soup:  [Read more…]

Reuben Sliders on Pretzel Rolls

Reuben sandwiches are a combination of a lot of strong flavors:

  • Corned beef or pastrami
  • Sauerkraut
  • Swiss cheese
  • Rye Bread
  • Thousand Island dressing

I happen to like all but one of those tastes, but I made several variations to come up with these sliders.

These are a tiny take on the original Reuben sandwich.  As soon as I saw Sister Schubert’s Soft Pretzel Rolls, I knew they would make perfect little Reubens.  I didn’t miss the rye bread at all.

We ate these as part of lunch after church.   They’re super quick to put together.  The pretzel rolls are frozen, but only take a few minutes in the oven and they are warm and soft.  We love all kinds of bread and I really like being able to keep these rolls on hand in the freezer and still be able to have them on the table quickly.

I do admit that my kids opted out of having sauerkraut on theirs.  That’s okay.  It’s easy to alter sandwiches for each person’s tastes.

Here’s what you’ll need to make them:  [Read more…]

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