Freshly baked Butterscotch Sticky Buns are a perfect way to start the day.
Warm Butterscotch Sticky Buns... Warm Memories
by V. Vicki
, Castle Rock, CO on Sep. 2008
I love to bake and to try new recipes and my family loves to eat them, so it's a win-win situation all around. This particular recipe brought an added delight for me when I baked it because of my husband's response. He really enjoyed the sticky buns for their warm and spicy flavor, but then he told me that they reminded him of a pastry that his grandma used to make and shared some of those memories with us at the breakfast table. Since then, I keep this recipe handy for those cold mornings to warm our stomachs and hopefully, making a few lasting, happy memories of our own.
by K. KELLY
, Jacksonville, AR on May. 2007
A friend made these for me once and I have been a fan ever since!! They are sooooooo yummy!!!!!
by c. carla
, BELLE FOURCHE, SD on May. 2007
My dad just love butterscotch! So when I seen this on I had to make this one, and boy is this now one of his favorites, and pretty easy to make too.
butterscotch sticky buns
by e. elaine
, little falls, NJ on May. 2007
Easy and delicious. A real comfort food. Great warm with a nice, big, glass of cold milk. Make and enjoy some today!
Great Brunch snack
by J. Jan
, BLYTHEVILLE, AR on Jan. 2007
We needed something for our "gameday brunch". These were great! Would also make a great late night holiday snack.
by Y. Yvette
, STAFFORD, TX on Jan. 2007
Made these for the holidays, WHAT A HIT!!!!!!!! Will make again & share the recipe. Thanks!
by S. Susan
, Swansea, IL on Jun. 2006
There are wonderful. I had to leave out the pecans because of an allergy my daughter has to nuts but they were still great.
by K. Kim
, Zachary, LA on May. 2006
Very tasty treat, made them this morning for breakfast and they were a hit. Will definitely make them again.
by D. D
, Huntersville, NC on Mar. 2006
A friend gave this recipe to me and I was hesitant to try it - it sounded difficult - how wrong was I? Easy and delicious!
OOOh so Goood!
by A. Angela
, FORT HOOD, TX on Jun. 2005
I made these for my husband's breakfast on Father's day and he just loved them. They were a little time consuming but worth the effort.
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