Frozen Roll Cinnamon Buns

Make this with me!!! Pictures will be updated as these are ready at the different stages!!! Follow along!!

This is pretty easy! I do like making my cinnamon buns using a bread recipe I got in Yellowknife, which I will post sometime, but I am feeling a bit un-energetic this afternoon. I do want some fresh cinnamon buns tomorrow morning though so this recipe will fit the bill perfectly.

Go get some frozen bread dough buns, a box of vanilla pudding mix & have some butter, cinnamon & brown sugar ….I always have the last 3 items on hand, but if you don’t, grab them too. Then follow the directions here, or some of the frozen buns have this recipe on the pkg…. my bag does. I thought this was just a recipe I had in my book but I guess it comes from somewhere!!!

Here it is    *** look at the notes underneath the last picture!!!!

This recipe is the Sunrise Cinnamon Raisin Buns…but I am not putting raisins in! & the recipe I have written down is the same as the one on the bag….

Ingredients

20 frozen dough rolls

1 cup brown sugar

1/c c vanilla instant pudding

2 tsp cinnamon

1/2 cup melted butter

 

Method

Spray a bundt pan.Put the frozen rolls in the bundt pan

  1. Put the frozen buns in the bundt pan
  2. Mix the brown sugar, vanilla pudding & cinnamon together
  3. Sprinkle the buns with the sugar mixture
  4. Pour the melted butter all over the buns
  5. Cover with a damp cloth & let sit on the counter at room temperature overnight
  6. In the morning, preheat your oven to 350F
  7. Bake the cinnamon buns for 25 minutes
  8. Let cool for 5 -10 minutes then turn out onto a plate

Enjoy!

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STEP 1   MORE PICTURES COMING   
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Ready to Rise!
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After 2.5 hours in the oven on proof, the buns were ready to bake, they were dry so I melted 1/4 cup of butter & poured it on! 
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All done!  

**** I mixed the butter in with the sugar/cinnamon which I would not do again! have to follow the recipe haha   These are still good but the cinnamon is not all over ….I don’t think we will have a problem eating them though!

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