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Pull-Apart Maple Pecan Sticky Buns

Pull-Apart Maple Pecan Sticky Buns recipe
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Hints of maple syrup and cinnamon lead you to the creamy cream cheese center of these decadent sticky buns. Fun to pull apart and eat, these are sure to be a huge hit!
15 min
45 min
20 servings
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It was a great recipe and an interesting taste combination with the added cream cheese. For a healthier treat, I used fat free cream cheese instead of the regular.
It definitely makes a lot! We used brown sugar instead of the maple syrup, and my family said they could do without the cream cheese in the middle. We also had an issue with the middle and bottom sections not baking, while the top portion was a little overdone. But it tasted awesome!
The only thing I would do different is not prepare the pan before I am ready to use it....the nuts adsorbed alot of the melted butter and was not real was still good...
I think it's much easier to use whipped cream cheese, spread with a knife. Cutting a block of cream cheese is messier and more time consuming.
It took more time to prepare than 15 mins, but was well worth it. I also added 1/2 cup raisins and used 3(7.5 oz) cans of biscuits. You just need to divide the cream cheese into 30 cubes. I've already made it twice and plan on making it again tomorrow. EXCELLENT!!!!
This looked so good. I was disappointed in how it turned out. Some of the rolls were not done after cooking for 30 minutes. Also, I am a cream cheese lover, but the plain cream cheese in the middle did not taste good. I'm going to try this again, but next time I'm going to try making a sweetened cream cheese mixture to dollop on the insides. The plain cream cheese was just too sour with all that sweetness.
YUM! Definately worth the prep time, which is more than stated. I am not a big cream cheese lover, but ate several of these. The only thing i might try different is flavoring the cream cheese with something and possibly adding raising. I had a couple of pieces in the middle that weren't quite done, but they were still edible.
I didn't care for the cream cheese in the bun. The next time I make them I will leave the cream cheese out and maybe put in more nuts. Other than that they were good.
I halfed the recipe b/c it was just my husband and I but it was great.
Very easy, very good, and makes the house smell wonderful.
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