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    Question:BisQuickie Cinnamon Rolls

    hoganpd5700
    Fri Jan 11, 2013 1:08 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    BisQuickie Cinnamon Rolls
    my question is what if you only have 2 cups of bisquick mix, is there a way to make this recipe smaller by using half for each of ingrerdients? im new to cooking so im not sure on that kind of stuff.
    Dee514
    Fri Jan 11, 2013 2:03 am
    Forum Host
    Change the number of servings for the recipe from 10 to 8, that will change all the ingredient amounts. However you should still use 1 whole egg.....not much point in trying to measure out 7/8 of an egg, LOL icon_wink.gif

    Baking temperature is the same, but the baking time may be a bit shorter because you will be baking a smaller amount of dough. I would start checking for doneness at about 15 minutes (maybe even 12 minutes if your oven runs hot).
    duonyte
    Fri Jan 11, 2013 9:00 am
    Forum Host
    Dee, I think the baking time will be the same - while you are making less dough, you will be making fewer rolls - the rolls should be the same size as for the original recipe, so they would bake in the same time.

    Of course, if you are making the same number of rolls as in the original recipe, but making them smaller, they will bake faster.
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