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I got this recipe from The Essential Mormon Cookbook (cute book whether you're from Utah or not!) and had to try it immediately. I accidentally used instant pudding, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. They tasted great, but after cooling down they became a bit 'tacky' and hard to chew. I am sure its because I used the wrong pudding, and next time I think I wont bake it so long. Anyways, thanks for sharing this, it's an otherwise great recipe!!
I had lost this but thanks to you I have it again! Yuuuuuummy!!!!! Thanks for posting for the rest of us....oh, I'll just speak for myself....glutton!
Very good, thanks!
This was made for Christmas breakfast. So quick and easy. It was beautiful and disappeared quickly. I did add a handful of dried cranberries, other than that made it as per the recipe. This will be a repeat.
Wow! This turned out so good and it was super easy to put together the night before. My family loved it. I will definitely make this again, especially for my next special occasion as it looks really pretty too.
I've been making this for years, with just two little changes. First I partially thaw the roll dough (about an hour) and then with a serrated knife, cut them in halves or even quarters. This allows lots more of that gooey filling to cover more territory! Also I mix 1/4 cup of sugar with a tsp. of cinnamon and sprinkle that on top before covering to rise. DEELISH every time!!
This was so good and didn't last long. I followed the directions exactly and it turned out great. This is a keeper. Thanks
Boy oh boy. Giving this 5 stars even though I messed it up big time. Failed to carefully read recipe and let the rolls rise till double then tried to pur on other ingredients. Even with all the good stuff on top it was still awesome. hanks for posting.
Oh sooooo yummy!!!! Will be making this often!!!!
This was the caramel recipe that my mother's pastor's wife shared with me at one of my wedding showers. She used frozen bread dough that she cut into pieces, but the sauce is the same. I have been making this recipe for almost 17 years with delicious results.