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Marilyn Hultgren's Famous Sticky Buns Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Marilyn Hultgren
Added: Sunday, June 25, 2006

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
3 loaves frozen dough
1 cup sugar
lots of cinnamon
15-18 dots butter
brown sugar
6-9 tbsp. milk
2-3 small pans

Directions:
Directions:
Put dough in large bowl and cover to thaw and rise. (I use a large tupperware bowl with a cover so the dough doesn't dry out and get crusty on top.) This takes 6-7 hours.
Mix sugar and cinnamon (1 tbsp. or more) and set aside.

When dough is ready, grease baking pans and add 5-6 dots butter to each pan. Spread brown sugar generously over butter. To form rolls, take a piece of dough the size of a plum. Roll and tie into a big knot. Then roll in sugar and cinnamon mixture. Place rolls in prepared pans. Cover with a damp towel or wet paper towels so dough doesn't dry out. Place in a warm place to rise. (1-2 hours)

Before baking put 2-3 tbsp. milk in between rolls in each pan which helps sugar and butter carmelize.
Bake in 350 degree oven 30-40 minutes. Turn pans so they bake evenly.

After taking rolls out of oven, brush melted butter over tops to keep rolls soft. Lay large piece of heavy duty aluminum foil on counter and turn pan of rolls upside down to cool. Serve warm or wrap cool rolls in foil to keep fresh. These freeze well! To serve later, warm rolls in foil in oven.

Number Of Servings:
Number Of Servings:
24-30
Preparation Time:
Preparation Time:
Many hours but worth it!!
Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
"I use Rhoad's Frozen Dough. Allow plenty of time to make these rolls. I have gotten up at 5AM to have them ready when needed. My kids and grandkids
love these 'sticky buns'."
Edith's notes: Marilyn and her family, including 5 children, moved to West Haven from Minnesota in 1967. Our families shared many good times together. Although they were here for only a few years, our friendship has continued to this day.. She is certainly famous for her great "sticky buns." Marilyn now lives in Minnesota.

 

 

 

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