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  1. #1
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    Default Pull Apart Rolls

    I made the for breakfast. They're so easy, even a cave man can do it.

    My wife stole one out of the pan before I could get the camera!




    Pull Apart Bread

    14- Frozen Rhodes rolls
    1/2 -package butterscotch cook and serve pudding mix
    1- stick butter
    3/4 - cup brown sugar
    1/3 cup chopped pecans or walnuts

    Place rolls in greased bundt pan. Sprinkle the 1/2 package pudding mix over rolls and add chopped nuts. Melt butter is small saucepan and add brown sugar. Bring just to a boil and pour over rolls. Leave on counter to let raise all night. Bake at 350 degrees or until rolls are browned. Let set for 10 minutes, invert pan on plate and serve.

    Thanks for checking out my sweet rolls.
    Last edited by Bassman; 01-14-2010 at 07:26 AM.
    Keith

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    That does sound easy!
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    Thanks Brian and thanks for finally posting your picture!
    Keith

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    Great looking dish.
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    Thank you for the recipe Keith, it looks tasty! Have you ever tried it in a smoker? I'm thinking it might work in my drum.
    jeanie

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    hmmmm crap to many ideas going through my head
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  7. #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by cowgirl View Post
    Thank you for the recipe Keith, it looks tasty! Have you ever tried it in a smoker? I'm thinking it might work in my drum.
    No Jeanie, the only way I've made it is in the o**n! Just might be good in the smoker (thinking apple or cherry).
    Keith

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    I think that wiil be on the menu sat morning.
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    Bassman, thanks for post'n and take'n pix! I haven't had those since I was in HS! I had forgot all about them. I gotta try and make these this weekend for the kids. You can't go through life w/out have'n this!

    Thanks!

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    There went my diet for the week!!! Those look all nice and gooey.
    Jim

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