Sticky Buns for Breakfast

Pre-baked goodness...
One of the many things that I'm crushing on Pinterest for is the ability to find a plethora of recipes.  Recipes for just about anything you might want to cook, bake, broil, fry, and eat.  This week is full of people cooking turkey, dressing/stuffing, pumpkin pies and all things Thanksgiving dinner related.  But what about Thanksgiving breakfast?  Oooo do I have the PERFECT recipe for you.

Found on Pinterest, this recipe for sticky buns is so super easy and oh my gaaawwwd yummy.

Breakfast Sticky Buns
via All Things Delicious
Print it here!!

Here's what y'all need:

-1 tube of the large biscuits, think Pillsbury Grands biscuits (I used Great Value brand buttermilk biscuits)
-3 Tbsp butter, melted
-1/2 C syrup
-1/3 C brown sugar, packed
-1/2 tsp cinnamon
-1/4 C chopped pecans, optional (I used these)
-1/4 C chopped almonds, optional

 Here's how y'all make it:

-Spray a bundt pan with some non-stick cooking spray (or do like my Mama taught me and give it a thin coating of Crisco!).  In a bowl, mix together the butter and syrup, set aside.  In a separate bowl, stir together the brown sugar, cinnamon, and nuts (if ya want 'em).

-Pour half of the syrup/butter mix into the pan, then sprinkle half of the sugar/cinnamon/nut mix on top of that.  Next, lay the biscuits on top of the mix, making sure that the sides overlap each other (like a wreath).  Pour the rest of the syrup/butter mix, followed by the rest of the sugar/cinnamon/nut mix on top of the biscuits.

-Bake in a 375F oven for 20 minutes (or until they are golden brown, I had to cook mine for 22 mins.).  Remove from oven and let it sit for a few minutes before inverting on a dish.

This was so easy! Perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas morning when you want something warm and yummy, but you don't want to spend all of your time in the kitchen.  They were just sweet enough to be called "sticky buns", but not so much that you (or your kids) will be bouncing off the walls.

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