I must admit, since I became a mom the term "sticky buns" has taken on a new meaning. Who knew babies buns could be so cute...and sticky. I experienced this recipe long before I became a mom. I went on a road trip with a college friend and her sister made these for us. They aren't exactly considered a health food but they're really yummy and great during the holidays when you want to splurge but not really splurge. Am I making any sense? We had this on for christmas breakfast and everyone loved it! I found it a bit on the sweet side but our guest didn't seem to mind. These are so great to throw together the night before and then turn the oven on in the morning and whala
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Whole pecans or walnuts
18 Rhodes frozen dinner rolls
1 box vegan vanilla pudding
1/4 c coconut oil
1 tsp. cinnamon
3/4 c. coconut sugar
Oil bunt or angel food pan, place nuts, and 1/2 package of pudding on bottom. Add 18 dinner rolls, frozen. Sprinkle with the rest of the dry pudding. Heat oil, cinnamon and brown sugar. Pour over rolls. Cover with cloth and let it sit overnight in the oven. Then bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Let stand 10 minutes before removing from pan.