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I just recently was introduced to Mary Connealy’s writings and I just finished one of her amazing Novellas. I saw her post yesterday about this yummy recipe and asked if I could feature her recipe today. She said of course, so here we go!
When you are finished with the recipe check out her Featured Ebook; Room At The Inn For Christmas! There is a direct link below to her website. Click on the photo on the book and you can learn how to purchase your copy today! Also check out all her other amazing writings.
24 Rhodes (Hy-Vee) frozen dinner rolls
½ cup sugar with ½ tsp cinnamon
½ cup nuts (I used 2 cups today)
1 3oz pkg butterscotch pudding (dry powder)
½ cup (1 stick) butter
½ cup firmly packed light brown sugar
The recipe calls for greasing a 9×13 pan (I use non stick Reynolds wrap it’s easier to take out of pan). But I use a cast iron skillet. It makes a super cute way to serve the rolls. one large skillet will hold about a dozen rolls so you’ll need to or cut the recipe in half (that’s what I do, we don’t need 24 rolls!)
Sprinkle sugar mixture over the top, then the nuts followed by the pudding. Melt the butter and brown sugar in a small pan. Pour this mixture over the top of the pan. Make a tent with aluminum foil and leave overnight. Remove tent, bake at 350 for 25-30 minutes or until golden brown. Turn out and serve. (I use the tenting foil as a base to turn the rolls out onto.
“Welcome to Heywood, Oregon where a lonely woman comes home to find healing, hope and love under the bright light of the town’s old Star Inn this Christmas season.”
Mary I plan on making these rolls this next week and purchasing this book as well. ?❤️
Now we can’t stop at this book! You have to also get this next amazing Novella as well! This book below will make a cozy read. Check out Ruth Logan Herne’s Silent Night, Star-Lit Night!
I was introduced to these amazing ladies and authors through a Facebook Book Event for their new book release which you will be hearing a lot about next week. So be watching ❤️
“Welcome to Heywood, Oregon where three lost women find healing, hope and love under the bright light of the town’s old Star Inn this Christmas season.”
To learn more about Ruth Logan Herne Check out her website!
I’m excited because I will now have two more Christmas books to read through this season. ?❤️?
OKAY WHO WANTS TO WIN THESE TWO CHRISTMAS NOVELLAS?
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1. Comment on this blog your favorite Christmas memory. And
2. Give us a name and email address of a lady that you feel might be interested in this recipe and these amazing books!
Dream Catcher 3:20