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Sunday, February 08, 2009

Maiden Voyage - and breakfast

Watch out world, she's mobile! It isn't a driver's license, but it is the next best thing when you are a kiddo. She got her own set of wheels this weekend, complete with training wheels and a helmet.She took her first trip up and down the sidewalk this afternoon. She had an escort beside and behind her, but still managed to take a spill. All was okay when she realized there was no blood and her legs weren't broken.

On the earlier side of today, I got up and made one of Rick's favorite treats, his mom's recipe for sticky buns.
These are super easy and really tasty. Simply use two loaves of frozen bread dough (or the equivalent of frozen dinner roll dough). Break it into bite-sized pieces and place in a greased pan (square, oblong, cake tube). Let dough rise 30-60 minutes (I usually skip this part). In a saucepan melt one stick of butter. Add one small package of Jello vanilla pudding*, one small package Jello butterscotch pudding*, one cup brown sugar, one tablespoon milk. Bake at 350-F for 35 minutes.

*use the pudding mix for cooked pudding, NOT instant." Yummy delicious" is how we describe it. It is very similar to monkey bread recipes I've encountered, but the butterscotch pudding gives it a distinctly different and unique flavor - tasty even to those who don't like butterscotch pudding.


Angela said...

Do you use the cooking pudding mix or the instant. I love butterscotch.

Penny said...

Looks yummy delicious to me too!!

Briarose said...

Do you make the pudding according to package directions? Or just add it dry? Claire

Conni said...

You always post the yummiest looking food! Makes my mouth salivate!