Christmas Caramel Rolls Easy

"These are a christmas morning tradition at our house with two young kids, they are easy to prepare and we can enjoy the morning with the kids."
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Ready In:
1 ten x thirteen pan




  • The night before, grease 10X13 pan and place frozen rolls in bottom then sprinkle 1/2 cup white sugar, 1 tsp cinnamon, 1/2 cup chopped nuts and then dry pudding over top.
  • In medium saucepan, melt 1/2 cup butter and 1/2 cup brown sugar and pour over top of rolls.
  • Place pan on counter and cover lightly with paper towels and let thaw and rise overnight.
  • In the morning uncover and bake at 350 for 30-35 minutes or until golden brown.
  • Turn out onto serving dish and serve warm.

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  1. These turned out perfect! I had tried similar recipes in a bundt pan and they never seemed to turn out right. Thanks for posting!
  2. I tried to make these as written but was confused about the pan size. I was using a glass pan and the only sizes I had were 9x13 or 10x15. No 10x13 as the recipe calls for. The 9x13 seemed to small and crammed the rolls, The 10x15 seemed to big. I used the 10x15 and did an extra row of rolls(28 total). Other than that followed everything else exactly and they were fantastic. Will for sure make again.
  3. I thought I had rated this one of the six or so times I have made this. Perfect in every way. The last time I made these we were visiting friends for the weekend. I brought all the ingredients with me and made exactly as written. The next morning...TA DA !!!! Perfect sticky rolls. Our friends think I'm a genious. I've tried similar recipes, but this is the best. Thank you!!!!
  4. These were delicious, I made them Christmas Eve, and let them rise overnight, they were perfect. Christmas morning I just popped them in the oven. They smelled the house up so nice. They were wonderful. I didn't add nuts, because I knew my kids wouldn't eat them with nuts, but I would have. I had this saved in my cookbook for a long time, glad I finally made them, and now I will be making them a whole lot more!
  5. These were fantastic! I made them for a brunch party, and people thought I was up super early slaving over them. I did buy the Rhodes frozen cinnamon rolls (with icing packets - and just threw away the packets) instead of buying the frozen dinner rolls which allowed me to cut down on the cinnamon sugar. I will definitely make these again.


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