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Chelsea Buns

Started by Pat, January 17, 2004, 10:19:24 PM

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Pat


My daughter, Janice, made these on Christmas and they were so scrumptious!

CHELSEA BUNS

Rhode's Frozen White Bread Dough
pecan pieces
candied or maraschino cherries
butterscotch pudding mix (not instant)
1/2 cup sugar
1tbsp brown sugar
1/4 lb butter/margarine
cinnamon

  • Grease Bundt pan well
  • Thaw dough 20 - 30 minutes (1 loaf). Cut into 12 - 14 pieces
  • Place pecans & chopped cherries in bundt pan (use lots)
  • Place dough pieces in pan side by side
  • Sprinkle evenly 1/2 box (or slightly more) pudding powder over dough pieces
  • Sprinkle well with cinnamon
  • Mix white & brown sugar with butter.  Heat until melted.  Pour over bread.
  • Leave overnight at room temperature (Dough will rise to approx. 3/4 way up pan)
  • In the morning bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
  • Invert on plate while hot




    This recipe is wonderful to make on Christmas or New Year's Eve or any other special day of the year.  Its ready to pop in the oven in the morning with no fussing and leaves you to enjoy your family time.

    If frozen bread dough is hard to find, then try using your bread machine to make dough!  Just set the timer so that its ready for the time that you want it in the morning. Place rolls in your bundt pan, leave to rise 3/4 way up the pan and continue with the rest of the procedures!!



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Judy McKenna

WOW - Pat - I'm going to try this one for sure.  Lets see now...just where have I put that bundt pan....LOL - guess an angel food pan won't do....I'd better locate that bundt pan!...lol
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Etta Sue

I have done something like this with cans of Biscuits.  It is called Monkey Bread.  Why, I don't know unless it is because you don't slice it....you grab a piece and pull it off!  Sooooo good.  

This sounds scruptous with the cherries in it!!!