This recipe is one that I’ve used since my children were very small. Now that they are grown, any time we have a special occasion and I ask them if there is any thing specific they would like me to cook, this is what they ask for. It’s super easy and doesn’t take much effort or time but the results are oh so yummy.
24 frozen dough balls (I use Rhodes)
shortening to grease bundt pan (non-stick sprays do not work as well and rolls will stick)
1 stick butter or margarine, melted (tub spreads have too much water and do not work well)
Grease bundt pan thoroughly. Place frozen dough balls in pan in layers. Place pan in warm spot covered with a dish towel and let sit until dough has risen to nearly the top of the pan.
Once dough has risen nearly to the top of the pan, place pan in preheated 350 degree oven for 15-20 minutes. Once rolls are browned to your liking, remove pan from oven and brush melted butter across tops of rolls then pour remaining butter on top of rolls so that it rolls down between the rolls and the inside of the bundt pan.
Place dinner plate on top of bundt pan, invert and shake rolls onto plate. Rolls will tear of in chunks. Lather with your favorite topping and enjoy.