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Thread: Pecan sticky buns

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    Senior Member cassiemae's Avatar
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    Talking Pecan sticky buns

    Hi:

    I am looking for the recipe for the caramel sauce part for Pecan sticky buns.

    Thanks in advance.
    eunice
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    I haven't had those for so long. Hope someone has a great recipe.

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    I butter the bottom of the pan well,then sprinkle brown sugar generously,then drizzle on some corn syrup,then put on a generous dose of pecans. Then,I put the rolls of cinnamon dough on top.....Yumm! Sometimes I" ll pour a little thick cream on also.
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    http://www.pillsbury.com/recipes/eas...3-e4da2752fe44 I'm hungry now....I'll have to make these!

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    I make these all the time using Rhoades Cinnamon Roll Dough. Make the "gooey" part by putting 2 T Karo syrup, 1/2 stick of butter or margarine, and 2/3 cup of brown sugar into a saucepan. Cook until it gets really frothy and then pour it into a 9X13 flat cake pan. Add to that a handful of chopped pecans or walnuts. Put the rolls on top, (9 for a pan full). Let rise until rolls are nearly touching each other and bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Invert onto heavy foil and scrape syrup and nuts out of the pan onto the rolls. Store in an airtight environment and enjoy!

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    Yummy, i am getting sooooo hungry
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    Have you ever tried the recipe for "Clone of a Cinnabun?"
    The recipe is fairly easy and they truly do taste like cinnabuns!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Delicious!!!!

    You can google for the recipe...Clone of a Cinnabun....

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    I don't have a recipe, but this sounds SO good right now. And the smell...::swoon::
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