This was amazingly simple and the end result was delicious! The butterscotch pudding mix really added a wonderful flavor! I had a 9 AM staff meeting this morning and took this still warm into work with me. Everyone dove right in! Thanks Mysterygirl, this is a definate keeper!
Yep these are great! I have also made them as individual rolls by placing everything but the rolls in a greased 13x9 pan. Put the 12 rolls 3x4 in the pan and follow the directions as above. After baking turn the pan upside down on a serving dish and the topping just oozes over the warm rolls. TY Mysterygirl!!!
This is a family favorite. I put it together on Christmas eve. Within minutes of waking on Christmas Day, we have the most wonderful aroma throughout the house! Everyone loves them. You get the same flavor and texture of sticky buns made from scratch!
I had trouble getting my coffeecake out of the pan. Even though it was kind of a jumbled mess, it was delicious. Bought enough ingredients to make a second one. Maybe I will use shortening to grease the pan
High in calories and fat no wonder it's good. There has to be a way to lower the calories and fat.
I put this together last night and baked it this morning for our weekly "donut day" at work. Not only was it fabulous and easy, I have given the recipe out to three people already this morning!
Very easy to make, everyone loves it and it can be made ahead, so whats not to love. I just need to remember to keep the pudding mix in my pantry and the frozen dinner rolls in my freezer. Thanks for this keeper recipe.
This was sticky goodness, I made it with chocolate pudding mix,yum. it turned out surprizingly salty when I used half the butter as salted (I ran out of unsalted). Beware the salted butter, Beware! I topped it with ice cream to cut the salt and served it for dessert to my roommate, who loved it anyway. Thanx for sharing!
This is gooooood! And SO easy! I've made this several times in the past year and it's always a winner. I highly suggest using NO MORE than 14-15 dough balls though. lol I know that those 12 don't look like much, but the next morning they'll look plenty good! I made the mistake of using about 18 the first time I made this, and the next morning my bundt pan was near exploding with dough! :) Still turned out good though. Thanks!
Very good. I sprayed the bundt pan with Pam and had no trouble getting it out of the pan after letting it sit for about 10 minutes. Will make again.