Pull-Apart Maple Pecan Sticky Buns

3/4 cup Chopped Pecans

1/2 cup  (1 stick) butter, divided

1/3 cup maple-flavored or pancake syrup

1/2 cup  sugar

1 tsp. ground cinnamon

2 cans  (12 oz. each) refrigerated flaky buttermilk biscuits

1 pkg. (8 oz.) Cream Cheese, cut into 20 cubes

PREHEAT oven to 400°F. Spray 12-cup fluted tube pan or 10-inch tube pan with cooking spray. Sprinkle pecans evenly on bottom of prepared pan; set aside. Melt 2 Tbsp. of the butter in small microwaveable bowl. Add syrup; stir until well blended. Drizzle over pecans in pan; set aside.

MELT remaining 6 Tbsp. butter; set aside. Mix sugar and cinnamon in shallow dish; set aside. Separate dough into 20 biscuits; press each slightly to 1/4-inch thickness. Roll cream cheese cubes in cinnamon sugar mixture until evenly coated on all sides. Place 1 cream cheese cube in center of each biscuit circle; gather up sides of dough to enclose filling. Press edges of dough together to seal; roll into a ball. Dip top of each ball into remaining butter, then into cinnamon sugar. Arrange half of the balls, cinnamon sugar-sides up, in prepared pan. Repeat with remaining balls to form a second layer. Drizzle with any remaining butter; sprinkle with any remaining cinnamon sugar.

BAKE 30 min. or until golden brown. Cool 1 min. in pan; invert onto serving platter. Scrape any remaining pecans left in pan; spoon over buns. Serve warm.

 

We made these for the first time one football morning when Chuck was at our house.  After, about falling out, by there taste we decided to take the extras to Beanland Drive.  Lucy tasted them for the first time while they were still warm and I will never forget her face after the first back.  Ooooo, I think were the words that followed the first bite.

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