Is it time to abandon the yeast-based dough and take a stab at making sticky buns with this new baking method?
Easy Sticky Buns is a recipe for quick and easy sticky buns. The recipe includes puff pastry, which makes the process of making these buns much easier than if you were to use a traditional dough.
Crescent roll dough is filled with a cinnamon-sugar mixture, wrapped up, and baked in a nutty, sweet, buttery coating for Sticky Buns Made Simple. Try my Pecan Sticky Buns if you have more time and like baking from scratch.
Sticky Buns Made Simple
This recipe is for you if you don’t have time to prepare sticky buns from scratch. It all begins with store-bought crescent roll dough (which I make from scratch!) The sweet, sticky taste and texture that you’d anticipate from a caramel roll follows. I couldn’t leave out the nuts, which are one of the ingredients that distinguishes sticky buns from caramel rolls. You won’t need to wait for the dough to rise, so you’ll be able to make a batch in no time. (Okay, in about 30 minutes…)
Ingredients for Sticky Buns
This dish has two parts: the topping and the buns.
Brown sugar, unsalted butter, and pecans are used to make the topping, which begins at the bottom of the pan.
Nuts: As previously noted, nuts are a staple of sticky buns. You may, however, leave them out if you like, or try the rolls with alternative nuts, such as walnuts or almonds.
Filling: The rolled-out dough is brushed and dusted with a buttery cinnamon-sugar filling. It’s just like a cinnamon bun!
Topping for Sticky Buns
After the rolls are cooked and turned, the gooey topping, which begins at the bottom of the pan, becomes the gooey topping. The pecans provide a delicious bite to the rolls.
To prepare the topping, combine the melted butter and brown sugar in a mixing bowl. Pour the remaining mixture into the bottom of a 913-inch baking dish. Then, on top of the topping, sprinkle the chopped pecans. As you lay out the dough, set the pan aside.
How to Make Sticky Buns Made Simple
Now that the topping is in the baking dish, it’s time to assemble, cut, and nestle the rolls into it. Roll out the crescent roll dough tubes for this. Form one big sheet of dough from the rolled-out dough.
Then, on top of the dough, spread the butter. After that, evenly distribute the brown sugar and cinnamon mixture over the butter. Roll the dough into a log starting from the long edge.
Place each part of the roll onto the baking dish after slicing it into 12 equal-sized slices. Bake the rolls for 25-30 minutes, or until they are golden brown on top. Finally, turn the sticky buns over onto a large baking sheet or sheet pan after removing them from the oven. Warm the dish before serving.
What’s the Difference Between Caramel Rolls and Sticky Buns?
As I previously indicated, the nuts, most typically pecans, are a significant distinction between sticky buns and caramel rolls. What’s the difference between sticky buns and cinnamon rolls, you may wonder? Because cinnamon buns aren’t baked with caramel sauce, they don’t need to be flipped off of the pan. They’re usually glazed with cream cheese and don’t include any nuts.
Using Dental Floss to Slice Sticky Buns
After folding up all the deliciousness into rolls, slicing them into individual-sized rolls without smooshing them might be difficult. If the knife you’re using isn’t sharp enough, the rolls may end up squished before they’re cooked. Dental floss is a fantastic way to avoid frustration. Dental floss, to be precise.
If you’re going to use dental floss, make sure it’s plain (not flavored). Underneath the rolled-up rolls, slide a long strand of floss and wrap it around the roll approximately 2 inches in. To cut through the roll, pull. Repeat this process every two inches or so. Now go floss your teeth, but make sure you use a fresh piece of floss!
Are you on the lookout for more rolls?
Butterflake Cinnamon Rolls
Bread with an Orange Monkey
Pull-Apart Cinnamon Roll Bread
Cinnamon Rolls in the Air Fryer
Sticky Buns Made Simple is crescent roll dough filled with a cinnamon-sugar mixture, rolled up, and baked in a nutty, sweet, buttery topping
Breakfast, followed by dessert
Keyword: Sticky Buns Made Simple
Calories: 261 kilocalories
Amanda Rettke—iambaker.net is the author.
Topping for Sticky Buns
- Brown sugar, 34 cup (150g)
- 12 cup unsalted butter (1 stick, 113g), melted
- 12 cup coarsely chopped pecans (54.5g)
- 2 crescent rolls tubes (8 count each)
- 12 cup (1 stick, 113g) softened butter
- 12 cup brown sugar (100g)
- 1 tablespoon cinnamon powder
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and grease a 9×13-inch baking dish with nonstick cooking spray.
Topping for Sticky Buns
Combine the melted butter and brown sugar in a mixing basin. Pour it into the baking dish that has been prepared, smoothing it out evenly.
Chop the nuts and sprinkle them on top of the butter and brown sugar.
Roll out both tubes of dough on a clean work area. Combine the dough sheets so that no seams are visible.
Distribute the butter evenly throughout the dough.
Combine the brown sugar and cinnamon in a small bowl. Mix thoroughly.
Over the top of the dough, evenly sprinkle the cinnamon-sugar mixture.
Roll the dough into a log along the long edge. Cut into 12 pieces of similar size. In the pan, nestle each piece into the sticky topping.
Bake for 25-30 minutes, or until golden brown on top.
The cooked rolls should be flipped onto a large baking sheet or sheet pan.
Easy Sticky Buns are a delicious, sweet bread that is perfect for breakfast or dessert. No yeast is needed to make these sticky buns. Reference: easy sticky buns no yeast.
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