Caramel Rolls

  When I was younger I remember having Caramel Rolls on Christmas morning and as an occasional treat other mornings. A few years ago my Grandma made a cookbook for her grandchildren with her favorite recipes.  For the next couple weeks we will be making her favorite recipes she shared with me which I have now shared with my Little Chefs. Caramel Rolls are very easy to prepare. This is one of the dump and go recipes good for a busy family.
  Pull out your bundt pan and spray it really well with a nonstick spray. Add in 20 frozen rolls. On top of the frozen rolls spread 1 cup of brown sugar.

    Next spread on top noninstant butterscotch pudding.

  Over everything spread one stick of melted butter.  This is a great recipe for your Little Chefs to help. They are able to layer each of the ingredients without it needing to be absolutely perfect.

  Cover your bundt pan and let it sit on the counter overnight.  The next morning this is what ours looked like.

    In a 350 degree preheated oven let it cook for 40 minutes. A trick I learned from my mom is to place the bundt pan on a cookie sheet, which I lined with parchment paper. The sauce tends to overflow and this way it will be caught on the cookie sheet. The parchment paper made it even easier to clean up.
  My Little Chefs absolutely love this recipe! While I grew up with this recipe, this is the first time I have made this recipe. Now that my Little Chefs know how easy this recipe is they will be asking for it frequently.

Caramel Rolls
Five Little Chefs Great Grandma

Ingredients
20 frozen Rhodes rolls
1 cup brown sugar
1 small box non-instant butterscotch pudding
1 stick butter or 1/2 cup

1. Spray bundt pan.
2. Place inside 20 frozen Rhodes rolls. Layer on top brown sugar, pudding and butter.
3. Pour each ingredient over the rolls as evenly as possible.
4. Cover and let rise overnight.
5. Bake at 350 degrees for 40 minutes. Place a cookie sheet under the bundt pan to catch the drips for easy clean up.

About Kimberly FiveLittleChefs

I am a mom to Five Little Chefs who love to cook and create anything with their hands. Watching over 10 additional hands keeps me busy but is so much fun! We laugh and cry everyday, but then want to do it again the next day. That is how we know we are enjoying life!

Comments

  1. Wow!! This looks awesome!! My mouth is actually watering! And you certainly offer instructions that I think I could even handle! (baking is not my forte) Great idea! looking forward to reading the others. :)

  2. Ok those litle chef's are just awesome. What a great simple recipe! I love it!

  3. You're making me hungry! I love that your grandmother put together a collection of her recipes…what a treasure!

  4. We are going to make these soon. They sound and look very good!

  5. Oh Kimberly, you had me at 'dump and go'…hahaha! This sounds WONDERFUL and definitely a keeper! I bet my son would love this, and yes, me too of course. I'm definitely making this this coming weekend and the coming holidays! Thanks so much for sharing your Grandma's recipes with the rest of us :-)) (stopping by from vboks)

  6. Oh those look insanely sinful~!! I am all for anything with butterscotch and we make our own so I wonder if you know how to make this a little less dump and go?? Would it turn out the same with whole ingredients or am I dreaming? (this is actually the case in 8 out of 10 times I try to make something using homemade ingredients…)

  7. Yum! I am pinning this later! Thansk for sharing at Must Try Monday!

  8. pinned and shared – thanks for linking with Kids in the Kitchen

  9. They look devine!

  10. Oh this looks so mouthwatering!
    I would love to have you share this or any other recipe of yours at Wednesday Extravaganza – my Foodie Link Party with the chance to get a lifetime feature on my Wall of Fame! Here is the link:
    http://www.hungrylittlegirl.com/1/post/2012/11/wednesday-extravaganza-3.html

    Can't wait to see you there!

  11. Great recipe for kids, both to make and to eat! Thanks for linking up at Printabelle.

  12. Oh my I can almost taste these awesome rolls! Have a great weekend and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  13. Perfect recipe for little helpers – easy to do and fabulous results! Appreciate the cookie sheet and parchment paper tip! thanks for sharing on Busy Monday!

  14. Oh my does this look delicious. My in-laws are coming for Thanksgiving and they stay a week so I'll definitely be making this for breakfast :) Thanks for sharing ;)
    Michelle

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