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Simply Caramel Rolls

This is a quick and delicious tasting version of the carmel rolls that you make the night before with the frozen rolls but even better. There is no wait.  You make them and immediately bake them. You don't have to worry that you forgot to make it the night before. No thawing and no sitting overnight in the fridge. I got this recipe from my Auntie "K".  She is the dough queen!  The caramel sauce is so good!  My kids love this.

Simply Caramel Rolls
3 packages of refrigerated biscuits (the tubes)
1/2 cup white sugar
2 Tablespoons cinnamon
Open biscuits and cut each in half.  Mix sugar and cinnamon together.  Dip each half biscuit in sugar mixture and put on edge in a greased bundt pan.

Sprinkle remaining sugar mixture over the rolls.
Caramel Sauce:
1/2 cup white sugar
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 cube butter
Place in a saucepan. Melt ingredients on medium to medium high heat. Just bring to a boil and take off heat.
1/2 cup vanilla ice cream. 
Stir until ice cream is melted and mixed in.
Pour over top of the rolls.

Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. 

Dump upside down on to a platter. Enjoy!!

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  1. This looks so yummy. I will make it. Thanks, Doylene

  2. I confess...I could eat the entire thing myself:)

  3. Looks quick and tasty...a great combination. No calories, right?

  4. Looks like a Saturday morning- Do you pour sauce over biscuits before you let sit in refrigerator or prior to baking?

  5. Boy, these look good! Thanks for sharing them with us, Tiffanee. I hope you are having a great Foodie Friday.

  6. You do not need to put them in the refrigerator. Just bake right after you pour the sauce over it.

  7. Oh my goodness, this looks so delicious! My girls (and hubby) would love these. Thanks for sharing.

  8. whoa!!!! I'll take some of that.

  9. Oh, thank you, THANK you, Tiffanee. This recipe is going to be my favorite, I can tell. The addition of ice cream is so unexpected and delicious. And I love that no thawing is involved.


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