Sticky Buns for the Bread Machine

"****REVISED**** Thank you for your review Jeep95 - I just always thought I had measured wrong so I added more flour. Fixed it up now!!! Aunt Linda's wonderful recipe....again! These are just phenomenal and SO easy to make in the bread maker. My aunt is just an amazing baker and I have been so lucky to have her recipes! Prep time includes one and a half hours in bread machine."
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Ready In:
2hrs 20mins
18 buns




  • Combine water, milk and butter in glass measuring cup - heat in microwave until warm.
  • Place warm liquid in bottom of bread machine pan.
  • Add sugar, egg and flour.
  • Place yeast on top of flour.
  • Run dough program on bread machine.
  • While dough mixes, mix sugar mixture.
  • When complete, remove dough to floured surface. Cut in half.
  • Roll half of dough to 16 x 8 inch rectangle.
  • Spread half of sugar mixture over dough; roll in jelly roll fashion.
  • Pour half of syrup mixture into 9x9 inch pan.
  • Cut jelly roll into 9 one inch slices; place each into syrup.
  • Let rise to double size; repeat with second pan.
  • Bake at 375 degrees for 20 to 25 minutes.

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  1. c_waterstraat
    I tried making these tonight and followed the somewhat sketchy recipe to the T. (I'm sorry but its poorly written..if I didnt have baking knowledge these would have been even more of a disaster.) After 25 minutes in the oven I took them out and flipped them out of the pan; the bottom of everyone of them was completely raw and soggy. I put them back in for another 10 minutes and repeated the flipping...still raw. Put them back in the pan with the soggy side up and put them back in the oven for another 15 minutes and now they are just destroyed. It was a waste of all my ingredients and time.
  2. Jeep65
    turned out great ,,thanks : )
  3. Bratalli
    i've been looking for bread machine sticky buns. These were very good. Thanks! P.S. Where's the rest of your Aunt's recipes? I also did the same thing and added more flour and they came out great!


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