These Pull-Apart Caramel Rolls Make the Case for Having Brunch at Home
Plus, when you make them, you get a bonus latte!
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Don't spend your weekend waiting on line for brunch at a restaurant — with this recipe, you can easily acheive same decadence at home. A quick caramel sauce and store-bought refrigerated biscuits come together to form Gabriela Rodiles’ (queen of addictive but easy recipes) sweet and gooey Pull-Apart Caramel Rolls — and you can find the class and recipe for this fun dish on the Food Network Kitchen app. If the moment this caramel-drenched pile of biscuit bites comes out of the pan isn't enough to convince you to make this dish over and again, Gabriela even threw in a few hacks that has us wishing we were making this dish right now.
After cutting the biscuits into poppable pieces and tossing them in cinnamon sugar, Gabriela whipped up a rich caramel sauce made of butter, brown sugar and regular granulated sugar. Then the sauce gets drenched over the rolls — but you hold yourself back (if you can!) and reserve a quarter cup. Most of that reserved caramel is meant to top your freshly baked pull-apart rolls. But, when one viewer asked Gabriela the proper way to store any leftover caramel sauce (yes, during Food Network Kitchen's live classes, you can ask questions!) she threw in a hack that turns any cup of coffee into a café-worthy latte. "I have a little cup of coffee next to me, and I like to take a little tablespoon and just add it right in," she said. "That’s how you store it! It’s so sweet, and it’s so luscious!"
After whipping her own cream to make the rolls even more indulgent, she also recommended topping your coffee with some of that too. Just like that, you have a decadent dish for you and your friends plus a barista-level beverage for your weekend brunch, all in the comfort of your own home.