Easy Caramel Pecan Rolls
Enjoy this Easy Caramel Pecan Rolls recipe whenever you want to make something for a lazy Saturday or even a lazy Sunday morning brunch for you and for the family. Or if you are a real early bird, make this Easy Caramel Pecan Rolls recipe up before the kids and the rest of the family make their way out the door on a week day morning. That is an ambitious effort. Still, this Easy Caramel Pecan Rolls recipe is just that easy and quick to make up. So enjoy making it whenever you want to.
This easy caramel pecan rolls recipe starts with a commercial crust that you can buy in any grocery store today for a relatively inexpensive cost. Then just pull the dough out as an entire sheet and then spread it with the easy ingredients that make up this caramel pecan rolls recipe. The site, Crazy For Crust, where this recipe is posted has loads of terrific photos that you can follow to see how to make this recipe quickly and easily. Once you have spread the filling over the dough, and then bake the whole thing according to the directions on the package. Easy peasy, right? So it is.
This recipe is so easy you can let your aspiring baker come in and take over the kitchen for a few hours to make them for you. These rolls are a great Saturday afternoon snack, too, and they can also teach your new baker about filling a dough as well as baking a dough in a sauce, which you make here. So there is plenty for the up and coming baker to learn and experiment with, but not so much that she or he will feel overwhelmed with making these rolls up. And, there is not too much that could go wrong with this recipe. Perhaps the worst issue might be ensuring that they are baked, but not over baked. Sometimes the caramel can make it a bit difficult to ascertain whether the rolls are actually cooked or not, and then you leave them in the oven for too long, and they burn. The trick is to watch carefully to see that the dough has fully risen, and starts to look dry (and brown) but not so dark that the caramel starts to burn. This is a bit of a trick to learn, and it is never too early to start practicing.
Enjoy this recipe whenever you want some rolls. It is so quick and easy to make up since the biggest part of the recipe, the dough, is a commercial mixture. That makes the process so much quicker and easy for your young baker to make.
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