The rating that I am giving refers to the ingrediants that I used: While I like the idea of ready-to-bake dough, I prefer to make mine from scratch if I have the time, which is what I did. I used an 8g pack of yeast, mixed with a cup of warm water and a tsp of sugar, proofed it for 10 min, and then mixed with 3 cups of flour. By hand, I knead the dough for 10 minutes, until smooth and elastic. I then let it rise in an oiled bowl for an hour, covered with a tea towel. After it has risen, I punch it down, pour out onto a floured surface, knead it for a few minutes and then let it rest again, for 10 minutes, before portioning out into little rolled balls. I then followed the rest of the recipe (melted butter/pudding/sugar/cinnamon) and let them rise again, covered, for another 15 minutes, and baked for 30 minutes at 350. After letting it rest for half an hour (yes, a lot of waiting but so worth it), I turned them out on a platter, and there was a nice ooey, gooey caramel sauce coating them. My husband and sons enjoyed them and I hope to make them again. I will follow the original recipe in a pinch if needed, as I'm sure they'd be great.
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The rating that I am giving refers to the ingrediants that I used: While I like the idea of...