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These Crock Pot Orange Sweet Rolls are super soft, gooey and covered in caramel. With a hint of orange, they make the perfect breakfast biscuit!Make these Orange Sweet Rolls are made in a Crock-Pot for an ULTRA soft and gooey bun!! Plus you can keep them warm in the Crock-Pot so they always taste fresh out of the oven.

Crock Pot Orange Sweet Rolls

These melt-in-your-mouth Orange Sweet Rolls are made in a Crock-Pot for an ULTRA soft and gooey bun! Unlike a traditional oven, these cook from the bottom, so the crust gets all gooey and caramely, while the top stays light and fluffy.  It’s like the perfect center of a sweet, gooey bun in every single bite! Plus you can keep them warm in the Crock-Pot so they always taste fresh out of the oven.

Make these Orange Sweet Rolls are made in a Crock-Pot for an ULTRA soft and gooey bun!! Plus you can keep them warm in the Crock-Pot so they always taste fresh out of the oven.

And if that wasn’t enough, these decadently soft buns are promptly topped with a fresh sweet orange glaze for ultimate sweet roll heaven. Find an excuse to make these fabulous Orange Sweet Rolls ASAP!! :)

Make these Orange Sweet Rolls are made in a Crock-Pot for an ULTRA soft and gooey bun!! Plus you can keep them warm in the Crock-Pot so they always taste fresh out of the oven.

Here’s all you need. This fancy new WeMo enabled Crock-Pot can be controlled with your phone! If you’re out of the house (or just on the couch and don’t want to get up) and need to make any time or temperature adjustments, you can do it right from your phone. You can set a timer to alert you and adjust the temperature from Low to Keep Warm all from your phone, and you don’t even need to be home to do it. Great for having dinner ready right when you get home!!

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Make these Orange Sweet Rolls are made in a Crock-Pot for an ULTRA soft and gooey bun!! Plus you can keep them warm in the Crock-Pot so they always taste fresh out of the oven.

Since these buns cook from the bottom instead of the top like in a traditional oven, I start by putting a little melted butter and brown sugar in the bottom of the Crock-Pot. This gives the buns a sinfully gooey and caramely crust.

Make these Orange Sweet Rolls are made in a Crock-Pot for an ULTRA soft and gooey bun!! Plus you can keep them warm in the Crock-Pot so they always taste fresh out of the oven.

How to Make The Best Sweet Rolls

Roll out the crescent roll dough and pinch the seams together. If you can find the Pillsbury Crescent Recipe Creations Seamless Dough Sheets you can definitely use that! Unfortunately I can’t find them anywhere around here, though.

Make these Orange Sweet Rolls are made in a Crock-Pot for an ULTRA soft and gooey bun!! Plus you can keep them warm in the Crock-Pot so they always taste fresh out of the oven.

Spread with softened butter…

Make these Orange Sweet Rolls are made in a Crock-Pot for an ULTRA soft and gooey bun!! Plus you can keep them warm in the Crock-Pot so they always taste fresh out of the oven.

Then orange marmalade…

Make these Orange Sweet Rolls are made in a Crock-Pot for an ULTRA soft and gooey bun!! Plus you can keep them warm in the Crock-Pot so they always taste fresh out of the oven.

And top with brown sugar.

Make these Orange Sweet Rolls are made in a Crock-Pot for an ULTRA soft and gooey bun!! Plus you can keep them warm in the Crock-Pot so they always taste fresh out of the oven.

Then tightly roll into a log.

Make these Orange Sweet Rolls are made in a Crock-Pot for an ULTRA soft and gooey bun!! Plus you can keep them warm in the Crock-Pot so they always taste fresh out of the oven.

Cut into 8 equal pieces…

Make these Orange Sweet Rolls are made in a Crock-Pot for an ULTRA soft and gooey bun!! Plus you can keep them warm in the Crock-Pot so they always taste fresh out of the oven.

And place in the bottom of the Crock-Pot. Cook on High for 1-2 hours, until the bottom of the buns are golden brown.

Make these Orange Sweet Rolls are made in a Crock-Pot for an ULTRA soft and gooey bun!! Plus you can keep them warm in the Crock-Pot so they always taste fresh out of the oven.

Meanwhile, whip up the heavenly orange glaze.

Make these Orange Sweet Rolls are made in a Crock-Pot for an ULTRA soft and gooey bun!! Plus you can keep them warm in the Crock-Pot so they always taste fresh out of the oven.

When the buns are done, drizzle generously with the glaze. The great thing about these buns is that they can keep warm in the Crock-Pot until you are ready to eat them, so they always taste fresh out of the oven. They’re perfect to have ready for guests if you’re not sure exactly what time they’re coming by.

Make these Orange Sweet Rolls are made in a Crock-Pot for an ULTRA soft and gooey bun!! Plus you can keep them warm in the Crock-Pot so they always taste fresh out of the oven.

Sweet orange heaven!!

Make these Orange Sweet Rolls are made in a Crock-Pot for an ULTRA soft and gooey bun!! Plus you can keep them warm in the Crock-Pot so they always taste fresh out of the oven.

I cannot get over how ultra soft, gooey, and sweet these buns are!! And guess what! You can also make my Cinnamon Buns in the Crock-Pot like this!

Make these Orange Sweet Rolls are made in a Crock-Pot for an ULTRA soft and gooey bun!! Plus you can keep them warm in the Crock-Pot so they always taste fresh out of the oven.

Hope you enjoy this little bite of heaven!

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These Orange Sweet Rolls are made in a crock pot and turn out ULTRA soft and gooey!! Plus you can keep them warm in the crock pot so they always taste fresh out of the oven!!

These Orange Sweet Rolls are made in a crock pot and turn out ULTRA soft and gooey!! Plus you can keep them warm in the crock pot so they always taste fresh out of the oven!!

These Orange Sweet Rolls are made in a crock pot and turn out ULTRA soft and gooey!! Plus you can keep them warm in the crock pot so they always taste fresh out of the oven!!

These Orange Sweet Rolls are made in a crock pot and turn out ULTRA soft and gooey!! Plus you can keep them warm in the crock pot so they always taste fresh out of the oven!!

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Crock Pot Orange Sweet Rolls

  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Total Time: 1 hour 45 minutes
  • Yield: 8 rolls 1x
  • Category: Breakfast
  • Method: Crock Pot
  • Cuisine: American

Description

These Crock Pot Orange Sweet Rolls are super soft, gooey and covered in caramel. With a hint of orange, they make the perfect breakfast biscuit!

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Ingredients

  • 7 tablespoons salted butter
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1 (8oz) can Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
  • 1/3 cup orange marmalade

Orange Glaze

  • 1 tablespoon salted butter, melted
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • Zest and juice of 1 orange

Instructions

  1. Stir 3 tablespoons melted butter and 1/4 cup brown sugar into the bottom of the Crock-Pot.
  2. Unroll the crescent dough and pinch seams together. Spread evenly with 5 tablespoons of softened butter. Spread the orange marmalade on top of the butter, then sprinkle brown sugar on top. Roll the dough tightly into a log, and cut into 8 equal pieces (about 1-inch wide). Place the buns in the Crock-Pot and cook on HIGH for 1-2 hours until the bottoms of the buns are golden brown.
  3. Top with glaze and serve warm.

Orange Glaze

  1. In a cup or jar, add the powdered sugar, melted butter, and orange zest. Cut the orange in half and squeeze in just enough juice to make a glaze. Stir with a fork until smooth and combined. If the glaze is too thin you can add more powdered sugar. Pour over the top of the buns.

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31 Responses
  1. Crystal

    Hubby & I loved these, the kids not so much. They have been spoiled on the crappy canned ones! ?  Means more for us! ? I cooked them in the oven about 24 minutes instead of the called for 20. ??

  2. Teresa Czaja

    Can you suggest a way to make this in the oven so I don’t have to wait so long!!! It would be great for a Christmas morning breakfast, but need a faster method.

  3. Debbie

    I made this in the oven this morning and it didn’t turn out. The dough was not done and it was way way to much butter. I would like it I think if you cut back to about 1/2 the butter and don’t put the sugar and butter in the bottom of the pan. Flavor was good but it was swimming in butter and I didn’t use as much butter as the recipe called for. Might need to bake it longer too.

  4. Helen woodward

    We ain’t get the crescent rolls in Australia.   What could you suggest for a replacement.    I love the sound of this recipe and must try it ???

  5. Dean

    One question – the ingredient list calls for 7 Tbs butter, but the total needed for steps 1 and 2 of the instructions is 8 T. Which of the figures is incorrect?

  6. Lisa miller

    Thank you for the opportunity to try and win this awesome crockpot I keep telling everybody I need to make a crockpot that I am able to set on a timer to go off at a certain time, that way my kids don’t have to turn them on before they go to school. This is exactly what we need in the single mom of three children and we are I’m a crock pot crazy woman. I use mine at least five days a week. If I and not a winner can you please tell me where I can go to purchase this ? And thank you again for the opportunity.
    Thank you
    Lisa

  7. Sarah

    Just thought you might want to know. DOES NOT work in oven. Maybe if you take out the butter and sugar in the pan they would turn out fine as any part of dough touching butter was completely raw. We had to cut off the brown parts, drain the butter out and recook. Taste was yummy though!

    1. steph

      This morning I made them in the over. I used less butter and br sugar on the dough. I used less butter and br sugar in the pan too. Still too much butter. I agree with you, no butter/sugar in the pan migth wirk for next time.

  8. Clare

    What do you think about making these the night before, refrigerating the crock pot insert and then cooking them in the morning? Would most likely take more time to cook but should work. Right?

  9. Anne

    OMG – these look dangerous! I love orange sweet rolls and am afraid if I made these, I’d eat the entire batch at one sitting LOL! Can’t wait to try them!

  10. Jessica

    This looks so good! I just got a 1.5 quart slow cooker. I would have to only do 2-3 at a time…

    I entered the giveway. Hoping to win!

  11. Sylvia

    First time to your blog. I can’t wait to look through all the recipes. Crock pots are awesome. This one would be a blast.
    Maybe you won’t exclude my comment and chance to win if I give a big ROLL TIDE.

  12. Patti

    this looks wonderful! We have so much company coming this summer to visit, this surely will be in the breakfast rotation. Thanks for a chance to win the crock pot. Mine is so old, from my wedding 37 years ago. I do hope I win!

  13. Jenna

    Do you think that you could substitute OJ for the fresh orange zest and juice in the glaze? If so, how much would you suggest?

  14. Megan @ Pip and Ebby

    Wow! These rolls look incredible…and done in a crockpot?! I’m also in awe about controlling the crockpot with your phone? Head is spinning! :) Yum…great photos!

  15. Christine

    Quick question…..I have an extremely old outdated crock pot and the inside is much smaller and narrower than yours. So my question is, since the rolls will be snug while cooking will that increase the cooking time? Look so delicious!

  16. Laura ~Raise Your Garden

    Now this is heaven. I mean, I’m just imagining my husband making these orange sweet rolls with the kids on Mother’s Day and serving them in bed. I know, dream on. But maybe I’ll win the crockpot? That’s pretty close.

  17. ColleenB.

    Now that is quite the crockpot and what a great giveaway. Thank you for this opportunity
    Oh, Yum. Them cinnamon rolls look absolutely Amazing.

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