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    Urgent! Caramel Rolls

    Sat Sep 14, 2013 10:32 pm
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    I am making Christmas Caramel Rolls Easy as we speak. It calls for a 10x13 pan? I have glass pans in size 9x13 or 10x15. The bigger pan the rolls are spread farther apart. Leads me to believe all the stuff that gets sprinkled on top with fall through the spaces. and the smaller pan looks like they will have a tighter fit but be really crammed as they rise. What pan should I use? Thanks.
    Sat Sep 14, 2013 10:51 pm
    Forum Host
    I'd use the 10x15, placing the rolls as if they were in a 10x13 pan. The last ones on the end will spread just a little more, but I think those will look better than rolls that are too tightly crammed together - the centers push out and they just don't look that good. 9xq13 is awfully close, though, but I would still opt for the 10x15.
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