By MackinacBride on September 30, 2002
"Yummy!! I got this recipe when I hosted a "Cooking the American Way" party. Could be used for a dessert or for breakfast. I am totally guessing on the serving size!"
Serving Size: 1 (38 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 12
"Yum is the right word for these! I was pretty liberal with the cinnamon and sugar and we loved these!! They're sweet and creamy, with a nice pecan crunch, delicious! Very easy recipe to make. I put the cinnamon and sugar in a plastic bag and shook it onto the biscuits. This will be a good recipe to have for overnight guests. Thanks Mackinac Bride!"
"Yep, I just had to rate this because I have been making these at the lake for years. My daughter brought this recipe home so I knew it had to be great!"
"These were simply delicious! What a great and easy recipe. This will surely be a family staple from now on!"
"I am so happy someone had this reciepe, my brother would make it years ago and i lost mine. Thank you for having it, by your nick-name I am thinking you are from the U.P. I am to.. Lets face it who else would make sticky buns with ice cream except for Yoopers!!!! I always made this in a bread pan seems to work nice too. Each is to there own on baking methods though."
"I have made this twice in the last 2 weeks. It is really good. The first time I used a 2.75 qt Pyrex storage dish (about 8 X 12 on the bottom) - nothing else was clean. ;) I thought that was a little weird, so this week I used a round 1.5 qt Pyrex casserole. Weird or not, the other dish worked better. This week I ended up covering the buns and cooking for an extra 15 min., because they just weren't done. I think you want to use a pan that gives you about 2 sparse-looking (before cooking) layers for the biscuits to bake properly. Also, be careful about the ice cream you use. I picked the cheapest one in the grocery, and it gave the buns a distinctly chemical taste (I don't think it was the biscuits - they're not my favorites, but they're not *that* bad.) I mean, you don't need Haagen Dazs, but make sure it's *edible* LOL. I only used 1/2 c. of pecans each time, and that seemed like enough, but YMMV. Make sure you serve this "upside-down." All the wonderful caramel stuff is at the bottom of the dish."
"Delicious...loved everything about them. I even used low fat ice cream and they were still yummy. I only got about 6 servings so if you have lots of people to feed I would definitely double. Thanks for the yummy and so easy recipe."