7 Responses to Upside Down Sticky Buns

  1. I used 3 loves of Rhodes frozen bread thawed and rolled out. I spread butter on it and sprinkled cinnamon and brown sugar then rolled it up. I sliced it and put it in a 13 x 9 pan and let it raise. I made the goo recipe from your instructions and let cool while my rolls were raising. Then I poured it over and baked for 38 minutes. The rolls really raised a lot more and was over flowing the pan. Luckily I had put a cookie sheet under it and the over flow was contained. I would put 3 less rolls in next time. However it was the best sticker buns I have ever made in my life. They were gooey and not granulated like mine usually get. Roses makes really good dough and it was perfect for this recipe. I cannot wait to try your recipe with the Rhodes rolls.

    • Hi Shirley, nope, put them in the pan frozen! If they’re stuck together, I can usually get them apart with a butter knife. They’ll thaw and rise overnight before you bake them.

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