Family traditions are a big part of what Making Mama's Kitchen is all about. Think about your own family traditions - many of them probably involve food, right? Priceless, perfect dishes made by Mama (or maybe Daddy/Grandma/etc.), enjoyed with family, and loved by all. Well that's exactly what this guest post by my BFF, Shawna, is all about. I am so honored and excited to have her write this post about the Meyer family's special coffee cake recipe. Here's how Remy's mama (and her mama before her) makes it:
A little background on this yummy treat! This recipe came from my paternal grandmother (Marty) who introduced it to my mother (Connie) many years ago. Ever since she got her hands on it, it has been part of our Meyer Family Christmas tradition! Since my mother passed away it is a little way for us to carry on her influence every year. No matter where we are, I know that my sisters and dad are enjoying this delicious breakfast treat Christmas morning too.
Like most of Mama's Recipes it is easy yet delicious!
-1 bag frozen yeast dough rolls (24 rolls for the recipe)
-1 package of vanilla cook-and-serve pudding mix (NOT INSTANT)
-1/2 cup brown sugar (we like dark brown)
-1/2 cup crushed pecans
-1 stick of butter/margarine (melted)
6. Poke the dough down slightly, I use a chop stick.
Luckily you don't have to wait until next Christmas, you can enjoy it all year round. However, you may ONLY make and eat this if you are going to enjoy it with people you love :) Happy Eating!
Thanks BFF for the cooking inspiration and meeting our foodie needs! You're one awesome lady!