Butterscotch Pull-Aparts

"This recipe came from Wendy Fitch in Weiser, ID. Prep time doesn't include rising time."
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  • Place bread rolls in a casserole dish.
  • Sprinkle brown sugar and pudding mix over rolls.
  • Pour melted butter over the top.
  • Let rise overnight.
  • Bake @ 375°F for 25-27 minutes.

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  1. Well, these rolls taste very good. I do, however, question the amount of rolls listed - 22? I notice from the pictures that the other reviewers didn't seem to use 22 rolls. It's more like 10 or 12? I used Rhodes rolls also as that's all my grocery store had. Twenty-two would never fit in a "casserole" dish. I used an 8x8 and I got about 12 in it. I think that was even too many. Next time I will use a 9x13 baking dish since they do expand quite a bit. There was plenty of delicious topping, though, I'd say. It all sunk down into the rolls. Thanks for sharing! Made for Gimme 5 tag.
  2. I used the rapid rise method as written on the bag of rolls and they were good to go in 1 1/2 hours. I wouldn't call them sticky buns but they sure were sweet. Had these as a breakfast treat with fresh fruit. Made for PRMR.
  3. Yummy! I just pulled these out of the oven and they are a treat. I used Rhodes rolls and since I had forgotten to let them rise overnight, I used the rapid rise (quick) method on the bag. I made a 9 roll batch but had wanted to add more topping as another reviewer mentioned. I accidentally had the full recipe up and used the full amounts which is why they appear less risen...they were fine until I over-topped them. Taste great! Other than my faux-pas, I made as directed - baked at 375 for 25 minutes. Perfect! Will make again - thanks for posting Lynn!! **Made for AussieTag 2008**
  4. It's delicious. I was wondering if I can let rise overnight and then in the morning add the butterscotch pudding, brown sugar and butter. Cause the top were dry. I would have like them a bit more sticky. The taste is really good. Thanks Lavender Lynn :) Made for Holiday tag.
  5. These are great. I made half with the brown sugar and half with just the butterscotch pudding mix and the ones without the sugar added were more popular. Either way they all disappeared.



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