Christmas Breakfast Traditions - Sticky Buns {AKA Caramel Bundt Rolls or Monkey Bread} and Papa's Eggs

Every year for Christmas morning, my kids look forward to these recipes.  What I love is that you can prepare them mostly the night before and it takes very little time the day of.  Although we enjoy them for Christmas, they are great any day of the year.  So enjoy!

Caramel Bundt Rolls {Often called Monkey Bread as well!}

18-20 Frozen Rhodes Rolls
1 3 oz. pkg. butterscotch pudding (NOT INSTANT)
1/2 c. margarine
3/4 c. brown sugar
1 tsp. cinnamon
Optional - pecans or walnuts (add first at the bottom of pan before rolls)

Grease Bundt Pan.  Put in rolls.  Sprinkle with pudding mix (dry).  In a sauce pan, melt margarine and add sugar and cinnamon. Pour this mixture over pudding and rolls.  Set out on the counter overnight (uncovered).  Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes.  When finished, turn the bundt rolls upside down on a large platter.  Cinnamon topping will drizzle down for perfect deliciousness!

Papa's Eggs
1 lb Jimmy Dean Regular Sausage
16 oz. hasbhrowns
2 1/2 c. cheese
12 eggs
Thaw out ingredients.

In a tuppeware, put in hashbrowns, eggs,  and cheese.  Add a little salt/pepper to taste.  Brown sausage in a frying pan while breaking it into small pieces.  After sausage has cooked and cooled, pour sausage in bowl with hashbrowns, cheese and eggs.  Leave in tuppeware overnight.  Cook on the stove in the morning until eggs are fully cooked.

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