These are so good and so easy, you'll make them time and time again. There is no measuring in this recipe, only approximate amounts because it's so easy to do. Great recipe to do with the kids on the weekend! They can help out. Pure awesomeness and practically fail-proof. Don't worry, you can't mess this one up. This has been a family favorite for many years in my house. Us country folk like to keep things simple in the kitchen on occasion and this fits the bill. lol
If you want fewer, smaller and thinner sticky rolls, use only one loaf of bread dough instead of two and roll dough thinner. With two loaves used and not rolled so thin, you get huge 4" tall sticky rolls. Make them the way you like. Love cinnamon? Use a lot. Love the caramel and want more? Use more brown sugar and cream. Love butter? Slather it on (instead of dotting the dough) before putting on the sugar and cinnamon like bakeries do. It's all up to you and your own personal preference. Have fun with it! Using frozen
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Cinnamon sticksRead More »from Easy Caramel Sticky Rolls Anyone Can Do
- MadeInAmerica | Author Blog Posts – Thu, Dec 22, 2011 10:05 AM EST
What started out as a part-time hobby for me and my husband has grown into a full-time lifestyle, we enjoy it that much. Not only is growing and raising our own food healthier for us, we have also found a great amount of rewarding satisfaction from it. We are by no means experts, but we have learned a few helpful things along the way that I thought I would share with others who are interested in taking the same journey into homesteading as we have done. One blog post could not possibly cover it all so in this segment I'll focus on baby chicks and continue adding additional segments later on different topics.Read More »from Adventures in Homesteading 101: Tips for You and Your New Baby Chicks
Have You Hugged Your Chicken Today?
First and foremost, before ever acquiring your first baby chicks, you have to love birds. Chickens are social creatures who thrive in a caring environment. Baby chicks are fragile and will look to you for all of their needs in order to survive. Without proper care, it is very easy for them to fall ill and/or die.
What Breed Is Right For Me?
Natural Herbs for A Healthy LifeRead More »from How Does Your Herb Garden Grow?
Lately I have been planning some additions to my herb garden for next spring. For me, expanding my garden is an exciting thing! With so many wonderful herbs available and so many uses for them, you really can't go wrong adding more. Don't have an herb garden yet but want one? It's never too early to start planning for one! Have an herb garden? You might want to consider adding these to it if you haven't already (Check your growing zone if not grown indoors):
Savory Summer (Satureja hortensis) -
Add to butter for a tangy zip! Also great added to cooked vegetables and stews. Got a bean beetle problem in your veggie garden? This versatile herb does multi-duty and will deter those pesky little critters.
Pineapple Sage (Salvia elegans) -
Mmm. This fragrant perennial sage smells like fresh pineapple! Great addition for use in blended teas and potpourris. Also is wonderful for use in preserves.
Stevia (Sweetleaf) (Stevia rebaudiana) -
Calorie free and safe for