A while back I saw a post about this bread on The Hive and I quickly bookmarked the recipe. It was just so delicious looking, plus it looks like Sticky Buns, which we adore, so obviously we had to try these Orange Bubble Loaf Bread.
It was a whole day to just hang out and do fun things with mom and dad. Yummy breakfast, movies, treats, games etc. We try to do Daddy daughter or Mommy daughter dates and little fun party days with our girl. This started our day off perfect. It’s just as yummy as it looks! You pull it out of the oven and then flip it to find such a gooey, delicious bottom! It’s perfect!
Start your own traditions with the kids and this bread. You can’t go wrong!
Can Bread Dough Be Frozen?
You can freeze bread dough for up to 3 months.
After it has risen, shape the dough into rolls or loaves.
Place the dough on a parchment lined cookie sheet and freeze.
Once the dough is frozen, transfer it to heavy duty freezer bags.
How Long Will Fresh Bread Keep?
Fresh bread will stay fresh for up to 3 days.
Store bread in a plastic bag at room temperature.
Will Bread Stay Fresh Longer In The Refrigerator?
Bread will actually go stale faster if refrigerated.
Bread should be stored at room temperature, or frozen for longer storage time.
Orange Bubble Loaf Bread
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Orange Bubble Loaf Bread
Recipe By Grandma's Desserts
- 36 rolls frozen, bread
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 1/2 teaspoon orange peel grated
- 1/4 cup butter. melted
- Grease a bread loaf pan, or any other pan with high sides.
- Allow for the dough to thaw. It will be perfect if you put the frozen dough in the fridge at night for you to use in the morning.
- In a small dish, melt butter.
- In another small dish, combine the sugar and orange peel.
- Cut each ball of dough in half, and then cut that half into thirds. Roll them into a ball.
- Roll that ball of dough in the butter.
- Roll that ball that is coated in butter in the sugar/orange mixture.
- Place in the greased pan.
- Repeat until you have two levels of rolls.
- Depending on how many you make, you may need more butter and orange/sugar mixture. Allow them to raise until 1 inch from the top.
- Bake at 350* for 25-30 minutes, then....lower the temperature to 300* And OPEN YOUR OVEN DOOR....for about a minute to lower the temperature.
- Cook for an additional 10 minutes.
- When done, turn upside down onto serving plate to cool.