These Overnight Cinnamon Buns are a perfect and delicious treat to enjoy first thing in the morning. They’re especially perfect for Christmas morning while opening up gifts! Put some coffee on, and enjoy!
Our Christmas is not complete without homemade cinnamon buns on Christmas morning. When the lights go out on Christmas Eve, these buns are rising on my counter, and first thing in the morning, I pop them into the oven. Then they’re ready to eat while we open our presents. Best ever!
I have been making these cinnamon buns for Christmas for as long as I can remember, and now they are a cherished part of our traditions! We look forward to them every year.
The buns after they have risen overnight
These buns are so easy to make. In fact, the recipe uses pre-made frozen rolls, so all you have to do is assemble the few simple ingredients before you turn the lights out for the night! I usually get them ready around 8:00PM on Christmas Eve…it takes only about 10 minutes to put them together.
The buns the next morning after they’ve baked in the oven
Then in the morning before I even turn the coffee pot on, I pop the buns into a 350 degree oven…and 30 minutes later they’re ready!
They’re so delicious, and definitely worth the minimal effort it takes to make them. A perfect Christmas morning treat.
You can also add raisins to these buns…sometimes I do, sometimes I don’t…only 2/5 of us want raisins…so….
Oooey, gooey, cinnamony and delicious! Enjoy.
These Overnight Cinnamon Buns are a perfect and delicious treat to enjoy first thing in the morning! Put some coffee on, and enjoy!
- 20 frozen dough rolls
- 1 – 8 oz package (or 1/3 cup ) of vanilla pudding (not instant)
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 1 tbsp cinnamon
- 1/2 cup melted butter
- 3/4 cup raisins
- The night before, grease a 10″ Bundt pan with butter, and add frozen rolls.
- Sprinkle with the pudding powder.
- In a separate bowl mix together the melted butter, brown sugar and cinnamon.
- Pour the melted butter mixture all over the frozen rolls.
- If you’re adding raisins, sprinkle them on.
- Cover with a clean, damp tea towel, and leave them out on your counter overnight.
- First thing in the morning, preheat your oven to 350, then bake for 30-35 minutes.
- Let sit for about 5 minutes, then turn them over onto a serving plate.
Peek-a-boo! Can you see my buns? Ha ha! This is a really old picture, but it’s perfect because this is exactly what things look like on Christmas morning…wrapping paper everywhere, and in the middle of all of it are these delicious cinnamon buns! Right in the Christmas unwrapping with everyone else. So good.
More delicious Christmas Morning Recipe Ideas:
- Overnight Sausage and Egg Breakfast Casserole
- 20 Delicious Recipes for Christmas Morning
- Easy Overnight Eggnog French Toast Bake