{Tuesdays With Dorie} Baking With Julia Pecan Sticky Buns (Whew)

Whew!  I have to say I feel like I just ran a marathon after making these Pecan Sticky Buns.  It’s a good thing though, that these take so much time and effort to make because if it were easier I might be tempted to make them more often and that would not be good for my thighs.

The recipe for these buns (which was contributed by Nancy Silverton - love her) begins with making a brioche dough, which in itself is a fairly complicated and time consuming process with lots of rising and chilling and rolling.  Then once the dough is made, it is made into buns with a lot more rolling and chilling and rising.  And a lot of butter.

Even though there were a ton of steps in the recipe, they were all very easy to follow and really caused me no problems.  And the end result was the best sticky bun I have ever put in my mouth, with super flaky layers of dough and a nutty caramel topping.  Definitely worth the extra effort.

If you are tempted to try your hand at making this recipe you can visit this week’s Tuesdays with Dorie/Baking with Julia hostesses, Lynn of Eat Drink Man Woman Dogs Cat and Nicole of Cookies on Friday.

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6 thoughts on “{Tuesdays With Dorie} Baking With Julia Pecan Sticky Buns (Whew)

  1. Your sticky buns look gorgeous! Especially that first pic – yum! I also thought these were to die for but maybe just a once a year thing since they were a lot of work.

  2. Who would not want to eat your delcious looking Pecan Sticky Bus – they are perfectly shaped and perfectly baked. Great job – I love the pictures that you took too, they do show off the Buns in just the right way!

    Thanks also for posting a comment on my blog!

    Enjoy the rest of the weekend!

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