Ingredients40 m servings
- In a saucepan, combine sugar, butter, orange juice and peel. Heat until sugar is dissolved and butter is melted. Pour into a greased 10-in. fluted tube pan. Place 12 biscuits on their sides in a ring around the outer edge, overlapping slightly. Arrange remaining biscuits in the same manner, creating two more rings (one of 10 biscuits and one of eight). Bake at 350 degrees F for 25-30 minutes or until golden brown. Immediately turn upside down onto serving platter. Serve warm.
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Good rolls! And very easy! Used frozen dinner rolls to make things easier. Prepared it at night, and kept it in the fridge ready to go in the morning. Worked out fine! Also added some baking ...
Delicious and easy! My daughter and I both loved it. You'll need a pan, not a plate, to flip this onto. I spilled some of the liquid on the kitchen floor when I turned it over onto my plate beca...
Excellent! This would also make a good dessert with an orange glaze. I also added some cinnamon and clove. Wonderful!
I took these to brunch with friends and everyone raved about them. They are deceptively easy to make. For how good they look and taste you would expect a lot more work. Don't skimp on the orange...
I just made these this morning. I am totally impressed! The only thing that I might change is that I will layer the glaze like I did with the rolls. Will make again and again SUPER FAB! Thanks ...
I made these right before I left my parent's at Christmas last year. My dad was loving them for days after.
These rolls were amazing! So sweet and flavourful! A definite keeper just as it is!
i have never made your version of this recipe but i agree its awesome. my mother has been making a version of this for my whole life. she doesn't use orange juice in hers and only melts a stick ...