Christmas Morning Sticky Buns

At Christmas time our family has many traditions and this one has been a favorite. In 2003, Debbie was telling me that she makes sticky buns and leaves them on her neighbor’s doorstep on Christmas Eve.

These sticky buns are so easy to make with only six ingredients and after rising while you sleep, in the morning you will have a delicious treat. We borrowed her idea and continued the Farinella tradition in our house. Every Christmas Eve, the kids make a pan for our family to enjoy on Christmas morning and they also make another pan for our neighbors’ including the baking instructions and a new Christmas kitchen towel. It is always fun for the kids to drop the goods on the doorstep, ring the doorbell, and RUN! These sticky buns are so easy to make with only six ingredients and after rising while you sleep, in the morning you will have a delicious treat.Our friends open their door and there are Christmas Morning Sticky Buns ready to rise on their counter. These sticky buns are so easy to make with only six ingredients and after rising while you sleep, in the morning you will have a delicious treat.After so many years though, there is no more mystery as to who left them, just a fun tradition! This is also a great gift idea to bring to someone anytime of the year. Super easy to throw together with only six ingredients! Add a new tea towel, a Bundt® pan (can be a disposable one), printed cooking instructions and this makes a great gift! And it’s always fun to wake up to risen buns! 😄These sticky buns are so easy to make with only six ingredients and after rising while you sleep, in the morning you will have a delicious treat.In the morning pop the bundt pan in the oven and after about 20 minutes, violà, Morning Sticky Buns!These sticky buns are so easy to make with only six ingredients and after rising while you sleep, in the morning you will have a delicious treat.For a complete breakfast add an egg casserole (also made the night before). Go ahead, borrow the tradition, your family, friends and neighbors will love you for it! These sticky buns are so easy to make with only six ingredients and after rising while you sleep, in the morning you will have a delicious treat.

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Previously published on December 9, 2015.

Sticky Buns

Author Kyle

Ingredients

  • Bundt® pan
  • Cooking spray or oil
  • 1 bag Bridgford® frozen rolls keep frozen, 18-20 rolls per bag
  • 1 small box butterscotch pudding mix, cook and serve or instant, (keep it dry, do not make the pudding)
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 2 Tablespoons cinnamon
  • 1 cup chopped pecans or walnuts optional
  • 1 stick (1/2 cup) butter melted
  • Clean or new dishtowel, I keep my eye out while shopping for tea towels on sale.

Instructions

  1. Grease pan on all sides including the flute.
  2. Place all the frozen rolls as evenly as possible in the greased pan.
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  3. Combine the pudding mix, sugar, cinnamon, and nuts in a small bowl.

  4. Sprinkle the dry ingredient mixture evenly over the rolls.
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  5. Pour the melted butter over the dry mixture.
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  6. Lay the dishtowel over the pan.
  7. Set the pan on the counter overnight.
  8. In the morning, remove the dishtowel and, voilà, risen rolls! Preheat the oven to 350°F.

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  9. Bake in center of oven for 20-25 minutes or until golden brown.
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  10. Let cool for a few minutes on counter.
  11. Invert onto plate and serve!
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3 COMMENTS

  1. Brenda Perlin | 9th Dec 15

    Gosh, this looks almost too good to eat. Well, maybe not!!!!! Got me all worked up!!!

  2. Sharon | 28th Dec 17

    Is there an alternate for the butterscotch pudding? My local grocery store did not have that flavor available. Thank you.

    • Kyle | 29th Dec 17

      Hi Sharon, I haven’t tried it yet but a friend of mine used a vanilla pudding mix and she said it was good! Hope that helps. Let us know if you try it. Thanks!

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