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I love these!! Got the recipe from my mom years ago and make them every Christmas morning! I throw raisins in instead of nuts. So gooey and good!! Thanks for posting for all!
MMMMM!! So I goofed and did not let it sit overnight...But it was still absolutely delicious! I also used pillsbury biscuits instead of frozen rolls and I used a french vanilla pudding. My husband and children loved them...This is a recipe that will be memorized and made often! Thanks for sharing!
I've been making these every Christmas morning for years and was happy to see the recipe posted here on RecipeZaar! I use frozen yeast rolls. These are always a big hit and so easy to make!
I made this the other night to bring into work. Instead of using frozen dinner rolls, I used the pillsbury biscuits. One biscuit was three rolled balls. This was great! thank you for this!
These were really good. I made them for Sunday morning breakfast. The only problem I had were they were a little dry. It probably was the rolls I used, there are so many types of frozen rolls out there....I wasn't sure which to use. I used frozen yeast rolls. I also used vanilla pudding instead of butterscotch. Very easy to put together. I made this for 123 Hit Wonders Tag.
Oh boy oh boy what a treat!! I made these for a mid-week breakfast for the kids and it came out perfect! Nice and moist rolls with a great topping. Do want to mention I used a "vanilla" pudding instead of butterscotch as a personal preference. We all loved it because it is NOT overly sweet at all! The one little thing I'd mention is to place a small baking tray "under" the tube pan as my sauce kinda cooked over and spilled on the bottom of the oven. Not a biggie and may depend on the brand of frozen dinner rolls and how high they raise (mine were over the pan) but just a tip in case yours does the same. Wish I could give you 10 stars for a recipe we'll use often through the year as a breakfast treat! Tagged in 123 Hits. (*Edited to add - this warms up well the next day in the microwave - we were able to enjoy it a 2nd morning by warming it up for 25 secs - still nice and moist! )
I recieved this recipe from my step-mother and we make it every Christmas morning! LOVE IT!