Maple Cinnamon Sticky Buns Recipe



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- Few things in life are certain, and few things in life are universally-loved unconditionally. Sticky buns, however, are the exception to the rule.Wondering what the difference is between a sticky bun, and a cinnamon bun? They basically use the same simple ingredients, except sticky buns include nuts. 

If you've ever had a sticky bun in your life, we're betting you have had fond memories enjoying this warm, sweet, doughy treat. Recipe developer Miriam Hahn brings us this decadent recipe for maple cinnamon sticky buns, and says, "Whether you are planning a brunch or a dinner party, these sticky buns will be the main event that everyone ends up talking about. 

Because we are using pre-made biscuits, you can whip these together in under 30 minutes, making them a great treat to include when you are short on time." Read on to learn how to make these incredibly delicious sticky buns.

Gather the ingredients for maple cinnamon sticky buns

To make this recipe, you'll need some refrigerated buttermilk biscuits. Hahn says to buy the large ones that are usually labeled "grands". Next on our list, you'll some butter, white sugar, brown sugar, cinnamon, maple syrup, chopped pecans, and cooking spray. 

"You can substitute another type of nut, if pecans aren't your thing." Hahn also says chopped walnuts work well for this recipe.

Prep the biscuits

Preheat the oven to 350 F. Pull out an 9-x 9-inch baking dish, and spritz it with the cooking spray. Now, grab 2 shallow bowls. Melt 3 tablespoons of the butter, and put that in the first bowl. 

Combine the white sugar and cinnamon in the second bowl. Dip each biscuit into the butter, then into the cinnamon-sugar mixture. Place them into the prepared baking dish, and bake for 15 to 20 minutes.

Make the maple sauce

While the biscuits are cooking, add the remaining butter, brown sugar, maple syrup, and pecans to a small pot. Heat to medium, and cook for a few minutes, until the butter has melted. Then, simmer and stir occasionally, while the biscuits finish cooking.

Serve the sticky buns with the maple pecan sauce

When the biscuits are done, pull them out of the oven, and pour the maple-pecan mixture over the top. It will spread into all of the crevices in between the biscuits. Now, your maple cinnamon sticky buns are ready to serve. 

Hahn says they are best served warm, but any leftovers will last up to 5 days in the fridge, and can be reheated in the oven. Once you taste them, you will be happy you have this easy recipe to keep in your back pocket. 

writter by: MIRIAM HAHN AND TASTING TABLE STAFF

S: tastingtable.com

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