Toffee? Where do I sign? With these simple step-by-step instructions you will want to make Toffee Sweet Rolls too.
The name of these rolls alone was enough for me to want to make them. Toffee? Where do I sign? With these simple step-by-step instructions you will want to make them too. I highly recommend. They aren't terribly difficult and will be ready in seemingly no time. Perfect for a sweet breakfast, after school snack, or delicious dessert. You decide. I just wouldn't recommend them for all three ;) (knowing me, I would try to pull that off anyway). What was that my grandmother used to say? A moment on the lips, a lifetime on the hips? Yep. Indeed.
For the rolls you will need five simple ingredients: 1 loaf Rhodes Dough (my preference) or Rhodes™ Dinner Rolls, thawed to room temperature, softened butter, cinnamon, toffee bits, and brown sugar.
Spray counter lightly with non-stick cooking spray. Roll combined rolls (or loaf) into a 14x14-inch square. Cover with plastic wrap and let rest about 10 minutes.
In a small bowl, combine butter, brown sugar and cinnamon until light and fluffy.
Stir in toffee bits.
Remove wrap from dough and spread evenly with butter, brown sugar mixture.
Roll up jelly roll style.
Using a sharp knife cut into 12 equal slices.
Place cut side down in a sprayed 9x13-inch baking pan. Cover with sprayed plastic wrap. Resist the temptation: it's uncooked dough!
Seriously. Lets take a moment to marvel at those babies. Boy do they look good. Let them rise until double in size. Remove wrap and bake at 350°F 20 minutes.
Until the perfect shade of golden brown.
For your icing you will need melted butter, powdered sugar, milk, and almond flavoring. In a small bowl combine icing ingredients and mix until smooth. I'm more of a frosting kind of girl rather than an icing girl myself, so I just continued to add powdered sugar until it was as thick as I wanted. I added approx 1-2 cups extra, but you are welcome to leave it as the recipe states.
Drizzle or spread (depending on which route you decided to go) over warm rolls.
I love how white the frosting is. It's so pretty. Once frosted these babies won't last long, so enjoy them while you can!