Friday, March 19, 2010

Overnight Sticky Buns

This was the best thing I ate last weekend.  We devoured these things!  I loved them so much, that I am making them again for breakfast tomorrow.  They are easy and yummy!  This would be the perfect breakfast when you have overnight guests, Thanksgiving or Christmas morning - anytime you need a fuss-free breakfast.  I don't know how something made of 5 simple ingredients could turn out so good.  There must be magic in that pudding mix.  Whatever it is it makes these rolls dangerously addictive!



Overnight Sticky Buns
(Printable Recipe)

1/4 cup chopped pecans
9 frozen dinner rolls (Rhode's)
1/2 package of butterscotch cook & serve pudding (not instant)
1/4 cup butter
1/4 cup brown sugar
cooking spray

Spray 9-inch cake pan with cooking spray.  Sprinkle pecans over the bottom of the pan.  Arrange the rolls in the pan and sprinkle the pudding on top of the rolls and around them.  In a small saucepan, bring the butter and brown sugar to a boil.  Pour mixture over rolls.  Cover loosely with plastic wrap and let rise overnight.  Preheat oven to 350.  Carefully remove the plastic wrap and bake rolls for 20-25 minutes. 


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9 comments:

  1. Oh my do these look good! I've got some Rhoades in the freezer and will have to give these a try.

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  2. Those look so good. Heh, my mom actually used to make an overnight sticky bun recipe every christmas, it's funny that you mentioned that. ;)

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  3. Wow, that looks so easy for something that is so good. Butterscotch, really? That was a bit surprise. Does it come across in the final flavor?

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  4. Chris - I was worried about the butterscotch flavor, but you can't really taste it. I think it just helps to make the caramel flavored topping. You could substitute vanilla pudding if you were worried about the butterscotch.

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  5. That's so funny we posted about the same thing. Yeah, it's an oldie but goodie for sure!! Love those Rhodes rolls & love the idea of making this into sticky buns instead. Looks delish!!

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  6. Yum thanks for the great recipe

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  7. I made KAF's stick bun recipe for Christmas morning and it was just okay. Not worth all the work. Yours look MUCH better and MUCH easier. Thanks for sharing!
    ~ingrid

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  8. I've never used the frozen dough before. Do I need to let it defrost first before starting the recipe? Thanks! - Jane

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  9. Jane - you don't thaw the dough first. Start with the frozen bread and it will thaw and rise overnight. Enjoy!

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