Saturday, December 26, 2009

Christmas Morning Breakfast

One tradition that we have had for many years is making sticky buns for our breakfast on Christmas morning.

This is what you will need. Rhodes Rolls, frozen, butter, brown sugar, and cook and serve pudding. The recipe calls for butterscotch pudding, but you can use other flavors. I used vanilla, because the store didn't have butterscotch. I actually like it better with vanilla.

This recipe is from an old church cookbook that I have, and love dearly. This recipe is from my childhood best friends mother. She is a wonderful cook. I don't put nuts or raisins in my recipe.

Spray a bundt pan really well and place 18 rolls inside. Pour the dry pudding on top. Melt butter and brown sugar together and pour on top.

Place the pan, covered with a towel, in a cold oven. Let it sit over night. In the morning the dough will be raised and you can remove the towel and turn of the oven. Bake for 35 minutes. Remove pan and turn upside down on a large round plate. (just a note, I would place a sprayed peace of foil on top so the top rolls don't get too brown.


Don't they look yummy!



To make the cocoa even better have it in a cute little Santa mug. Merry Christmas.

9 comments:

Amy said...

Yes they do look yummy! Going to bookmark this one.

baby said...

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fiberdoodles said...

Merry Christmas!

Cara said...

Those look amazing! I will have to try that recipe. Our tradition is to make homemade cinnamon rolls for Christmas morning:)

Blessings,
Cara

tammy said...

You're right, those are so yummy!

This year we had french toast made with the yummiest cinnamon bread.

Skeem's said...

These look so good! I will have to try them:)

Megan said...

Okay, this is scaring me! Did I tell you that this is what we had for Christmas morning? Same exact recipe and I got it out of a church cookbook too! We loved it & decided it is our new holiday breakfast recipe.

A Country Helpmeet said...

what size Bundt pan is that?

Rainy Day Farm said...

My bundt pan is 10" across. Hope that helps.