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i have been making this for years and just happened to come across the recipe here so i had to say how AMAZING these are. we have it every christmas morning - i wake up, turn on the oven, and by the time the kids are done opening their presents, we have a delicious breakfast waiting for us. also, i use 24 rolls and bake at 350 for 30 min and they come out perfect every time. oh yeah, i also put the pecans on the very bottom of the pan and use an angel food cake pan so they don't overflow.
These are absolutely amazing!! I have made them twice in one week and will be making them for another event tomorrow. Thank you for a wonderful, tasty, and easy recipe.
These rolls are so incredibly easy! I've made these rolls quite a few times already, following the recipe as written. Everyone loves them! I buy Rhodes dinner rolls (36 count) and use 1/2 of the bag. I use an angel food cake pan, so I have never had a problem with the rolls exploding. My pan does come apart, so I wrap the bottom of the pan in aluminum foil and set the pan on a cookie sheet, just in case. Thank you for the awesome recipe, peppermintkitty!
I've been making these for years and prefer using a 9x13 cake pan. The caramel sauce is able to get to all of the rolls more evenly.
Thank You so much for a great recipe! I've shared it with many people.
These rolls turned out beautifully and I followed the recipe to a "t," but I left out the pecans because my family isn't crazy about nuts. (I used a package of 20 rolls). They were yummy, but I think I want to add more brown sugar next time so that they are a bit sweeter...maybe the 1 cup...I used 3/4 cup. Thank you, Peppermintkitty, for a delicious way to begin our day! ---Martha
Tried this recipe last week and had a problem, but it must have been my fault. I use a bundt pan (like a tube one) and put in 24 rolls (they came in pkgs of 12). Other than that followed the recipe, but they rose over the top, the nuts spilled on the oven floor, and after turning on the oven, it started a fire. Nothing bad happened, we put it out and even salvaged some of the sticky buns (without nuts), and they were wonderful, however, my oven was a mess. Please tell me what went wrong, I do want to try making them again. Can I just use a cake pan? I am puzzled, but there must be an explanation. Thanks, ingrid
I have used this recipe for years! It is great when you have overnight company, or for a treat for your co-workers with morning coffee. You will love this recipe.Thanks for the recipe, I had lost mine. Carole in Orlando
Thank You so much for posting this recipe!!!! I made this for years...at least 25-30 yrs., and recently realized I lost it, probably loaned it and never got it back!! This is super easy to make and the taste is fantastic!
So easy and SO delicious! I used Texas Rolls so they would be bigger and put in a 9x13 pan. They turned out amazing. Best caramel roll I have ever had!