Easy Sticky Buns

"Warm, gooey cinnamon buns made fresh for breakfast. Prepare the night before. Bake in the morning. Super easy!"
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  • Grease a 9x13 pan.
  • Place frozen rolls in pan.
  • Mix remaining ingredients and pour over frozen rolls.
  • Place in oven overnight.
  • In the morning, bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes.
  • Turn out upside down.

Questions & Replies

  1. Is a large vanilla pudding mix the same as two small boxes?
  2. Do you put just the pudding powder or do you mix it first before you add it. Thanks
  3. Put in the oven overnight? Do you mean put in the refrigerator?
  4. Do you use regular frozen dinner rolls or frozen yeast dinner rolls? thank you!


  1. delicioso!
  2. Very Good and very easy. I used Rhodes frozen dinner rolls and used the twelve suggested. I had to spoon my topping over the buns as it was too thick to pour. My only complaint, besides eating 3 in one day, is that when I over turned the pan a lot of the sticky stuff stayed in the pan but I just used a spoon to put back on top of the buns. I also topped my rolls with a glaze. Thanks for posting.
  3. These are really good and easy to make, but the second time I made them I got instant pudding. So I went to a Mexican store close by which had no pudding, but did have Royal flan pudding. I used it in place of the vanilla pudding including the caramel package and only added 3/4 cup brown sugar they were still really rich. My husband said these were better than the first ones I made with vanilla pudding.
  4. This recipe is always great to use for brunch or specail occasions. I add pecans, but that's just how we make ours. Thanks for posting.
  5. I was wondering whether the 2 Tbsp of Cinnamon was a typo that should be 2 Tsp.? Did everyone use 2 Tbsp.?


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