Easy Orange Blossom

Right about now I am starting to think of some great Christmas day recipes… I want something special for breakfast, but I also want it to be quick and taste amazing. That is where this easy orange blossom comes to play…

It is SO SO simple, takes just a few seconds put together, and is a real show stopper. Seriously… It’s beautiful… See for yourself:

easy orange blossom

Pretty right?? And it tastes divine. After a quick prep you let this baby rise while you are opening gifts then toss it in the oven when you are about ready to eat. The smell of orange will fill your home and the pull apart is always a crown favorite. Especially with the little ones.

Start with you base ingredients:

6 Texas White Rolls, thawed but still cold (I use Rhodes rolls)
3/4 cup sugar
Zest of one large orange
1/4 cup salted butter, melted

Start by using a fork to whisk and mash your orange zest into your sugar. This should produce an amazingly fragrant scrub sugar type of thing.

easy orange blossom sugar

Cut each of your rolls into four equal pieces. Working with one at a time… Start flattening each piece. Dip into butter followed by a quick roll in the sugar mixture. Place in a 9 inch pie pan in a layered circle. Kind of like this. Already looking amazing, right? Cover your flower and let it double in size.

easy orange blossom with rhodes

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees and cook for 25 minutes, or until lightly browned.

easy orange blossom breakfast

Now, you could cool this and create a glaze to top it off if you’d like. We’ve found that it’s plenty sweet all on it’s own and slightly addicting. It is very possible that I ate over half of this one all on my own and forced my husband to finish it off. And by force I mean forgot to hide it before he got home! So now that you know how easy it is to create this impressive sweet treat, get baking and give your seasonal guests some food to talk about!

easy orange blossom breakfast recipe

Easy Orange Blossom

Ingredients

  • 6 Texas White Rolls, thawed but still cold (I use Rhodes rolls)
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • Zest of one large orange
  • 1/4 cup salted butter, melted

Instructions

  1. Start by using a fork to whisk and mash your orange zest into your sugar. This should produce an amazingly fragrant scrub sugar type of thing.
  2. Cut each of your rolls into four equal pieces. Working with one at a time… Start flattening each piece. Dip into butter followed by a quick roll in the sugar mixture. Place in a 9 inch pie pan in a layered circle. Kind of like this. Already looking amazing, right? Cover your flower and let it double in size.
  3. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees and cook for 25 minutes, or until lightly browned.
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Comments

  1. 1

    This is beautiful!

  2. 2

    goodness this is gorgeous and I bet it is so tasty too!

  3. 3

    So beautiful!

  4. 4

    Is there anything you can’t do?! Holy cow! These look incredible! I will be trying this at some point in my life.

  5. 5
    Kimberly aka SamsSissy says:

    This looks amazing and easy!

  6. 6

    Hi there! I made this and it was beautiful but I didn’t really have the right size pan. But besides that, can you tell me how long it usually takes for it to double in size after arranging it? I always try to eyeball that but never seem to get it just right. What’s your best estimate of the time frame? Thanks!!!!

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