Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Overnight Sticky Buns

Since my family is spending Thanksgiving with the Barhams this year we knew we wouldn't have those all familiar smells filling our home when we woke up this morning. I took that as an opportunity to make my home smell like sweet sticky buns. These were so easy to throw together the night before and even easier to stick in the oven this morning as we got ready to make our other dishes. 

Even dad ate one! They were so sugary and warm, the perfect kick off to the holiday season. I might add cinnamon next time. Or even some chopped up pre-cooked bacon....yum.
Recipe Source: Plain Chicken


1/2 chopped pecans
9 frozen dinner rolls (Rhodes work best. Of course Lowes was sold out so I had to manage)
1/2 package butterscotch cook and serve pudding (NOT instant)
1/4 c butter
1/4 c brown sugar
cooking spray

1. Spray a 9-inch cake pan with cooking spray. Scatter the pecans in the bottom evenly.
2. Arrange the frozen dinner rolls around the pan on top of the pecans, evenly spaced.
3. Sprinkle the buns and the pan with 1/2 the package of pudding.
4. In a small saucepan, combine the butter and brown sugar and melt, stirring.
5. Pour the mixture over the buns and on the pan.
6. Cover with plastic wrap and let the rolls rise overnight.
7. The next morning, cook the rolls at 350* for 20-25 minutes. Invert the rolls onto a serving dish. Enjoy with a cup of coffee. 

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