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I am always looking for yummy treats to eat on Christmas morning. And I like to be in the kitchen as little as possible on the holidays so making things ahead of time is right up my ally. This Overnight Almond Pecan Sticky Roll recipe could not be easier. Mr. Pinkcakeplate is getting tired of seeing delicious treats on the counter knowing he cold not eat them right away. Every time I tell him he has to wait until I get things photographed he gets a little cranky. Yes I is like a little kid who cant wait for Christmas morning. I guess that can be my fault for making such yummy treats. OK maybe not! LOL!
You know how delicious Rhodes Frozen Cinnamon Rolls are? Imagine them soaking overnight in nuts, sugar , cinnamon and cream? How amazing does that sound? We that is exactly what this recipe does those cinnamon rolls. The most difficult thing about this recipe is chopping the nuts. I mean seriously. this recipe is as easy as 1,2, 3. Mix together the cinnamon, powdered sugar and cream. Pour it in your baking pan that has been prepared with baking spray. Add in the nuts and top with the 12 frozen cinnamon rolls. Cover and put in the fridge until the morning. Sleep tight and the magic happens in the fridge and in the oven in the morning.
I got up in the morning and pulled the sticky rolls out of the fridge and let them rise for about an hour then into the piping hot oven they went. Now when you pull these sticky rolls out of the oven they can look a little unassuming. But once you turn them out onto your platter there is no mistake that these sticky buns are something special. The nuts and cream mixture make the most delicious caramely nutty topping. And let me tell you they are so good! The nuts give a delicious crunch and the cinnamon is so delicious.
These will definitely be made again they are a huge hit in our house. Watch out Christmas morning because these are on the menu for sure. Do you have a favorite recipe you make for holiday mornings?