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Caramel Rolls

Richard Forsyth

Caramel Rolls

1 ¾ cups warm water

3 ½ teaspoons yeast

1 cup scaled milk

½ cup oil

½ cup sugar

1 ½ teaspoons salt

3 eggs

8 cups flour

     Brown sugar, cinnamon and butter for sprinkling on dough when rolled out.

     Mix water and scaled milk that has been cooled to warm. Add oil, sugar, salt and eggs. Mix in 6 cups flour and knead in 2 cups or until soft and elastic.

     Let dough rise for about an hour or until doubled. Roll out to a rectangle. Spread on softened butter (about ¼ cup) and sprinkle on brown sugar ( about ½ cup) and cinnamon. Roll into spiral and cut into 1 inch rolls. Let rise about 20 minutes.


Caramel Sauce:

2 cups vanilla ice cream

1 cup butter

1 cup white sugar

1 cup brown sugar

     Stir until melted and sugar is dissolved in a sauce pan. Remove from heat and stir .  Add 1 teaspoon vanilla. Pour into 9x12 pan and place rolls in caramel sauce to raise. Bake at 350 for about 26 minutes.

     These caramel rolls were a regular in a family bakery years ago in N. Dakota. They were so popular people would line up for them hot out of the oven. They are divine.