My mom made this recipe for one of our family nights. Taste it once and you'll want to make it a family tradition!Trust me that it will melt in your mouth.
1 bag of frozen yeast dinner rolls (not the kind connected, they must be individual and the dough kind...not the "heat and serve" kind)
1 little box of Brown Sugar
-Thaw rolls and set in pan to rise (according to directions on package)-make sure there is space between them b/c they will touch once they rise.
-Preheat oven according to instructions on package of rolls.
-Once rolls have risen, fill pan w/ heavy cream until covering the bottom half of the rolls (maybe a little more...the creamier the better).
-Melt one stick of butter and poor over the rolls and cream.
-Sprinkle brown sugar across top.
-Bake in oven according to instructions on package of rolls. Will probably need to bake a little longer than the time stated but bake until top of rolls are golden brown.
-Take rolls out of oven and separate them with a knife where they joined together.
-Take spoon and cover top of rolls w/ liquid in pan and between rolls.
-Sprinkle top w/ more brown sugar.
-Scoop liquid back over rolls so brown sugar will liquify.
When served hot, there is no way to describe these b/c they are THE BEST! As the sauce starts to cool, they are kind of a cross between a Krispy Kreme glazed doughnut and Moravian Sugar Cake. You can't really go wrong either way. Try it and let me know what you think!
Bag of rolls-$4ish
Stick of Butter-.50
Total-$8.50ish (unless you go to Harris Teeter triples right now and use coups on the rolls, sugar and butter!)