Here it is — our Saturday morning guilty pleasure at the Peterson household. We got into the habit of making these rolls almost every Saturday (especially during the winter). We made them so often that one Saturday morning I woke Will up and he sleepily asked me, “Mommy, what you make in the oven?” It happened to be the one Saturday I didn’t make rolls — I was just devastated. If you should choose to take on the mission….enjoy Saturday Rolls!
1 pkg (18-20) frozen roll dough
1 small pkg butterscotch pudding (Cook n Serve NOT instant)
1/2 c. sugar
2 T. cinnamon
1 c. nuts (we use pecans)
1 stick melted butter
Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes
NOTE: I half the recipe for our family and make 10 rolls. Half a box of pudding is 1/3 c. (bake for 20 minutes)
VERY IMPORTANT: Spray your bundt pan with cooking spray first thing. Your rolls will stick to the pan if you forget. Believe me I’ve forgotten so many times. Also be sure to use cook n serve pudding — they will not turn out with the instant pudding. Again, believe me I’ve done this before, too.
Combine the pudding, sugar, cinnamon and nuts in one bowl. Place the butter in another (melt it in the microwave)
Place the frozen rolls in the pan.
Sprinkle the dry ingredients over the frozen bread dough. Drizzle the melted butter evenly over the covered rolls.
Cover them with a towel and let them sit overnight. You do have to plan ahead to enjoy Saturday Rolls. This is our Saturday Roll towel now since it is a bit stained (so don’t use your best towel). We also put our rolls in the microwave overnight so our dog doesn’t get into it like she’s been known to do in the past (ie: made from scratch Easter carrot cake).
This is what they look like the next morning before you put them in the oven. Bake them at 350 degrees for 20-30 min.
When they are done, invert the bundt pan onto another plate or pan. Lift it carefully since the sticky sauce will run out. BTW I was glad I picked this batch to blog about since it came out perfectly from the pan 😉 Believe me it doesn’t always look like this.
I hope you enjoy them as much as we do!