29 Reviews

We added strawberry or peach jam in with the cream cheese mixture before we rolled up the bread. Absolutely fabulous and my four children have requested it become a regular in our "brunch" routine. Thank you so much for submitting the recipe!

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CrazyAmos January 22, 2008

sorry,the kids didn't really like these

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Laureen in B.C. September 16, 2013

Very good...made two batches. BUT I found after mixing the first 3 ingredients that the mixture was a little loose to work with....any helpful suggestions

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carolmcquade November 05, 2012

My kids loved these!! I just made them again and this time I sprinkled the cinnamon sugar mixture on top instead of rolling them in it. I may get some spray butter next time and give that a try as well. I may try using soft tofu for some of the cream cheese too. This one is definitely a keeper for our breakfast for dinner nights.

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Sunnybrook March 10, 2010

Brilliant! These are so good. Had them Christmas brekkie with Baileys coffee. Even better after they had crisped up a bit and still good cold three days later (we made a lot). Probably not too good if you have cardio issues!

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Baron du Pon January 06, 2010

This is an Awsome recipe. Yummmmmm. It makes a boat load. I quit after 36 pices and still had lots of filling left, but no more bread. LOL. I used Splenda and reduced fat cram cheese for the filling and added a little vanilla.My utter and sugar where used up after the 36 pieces. I kept sprinkling sugar mixture onto clean pieces of Amum. foil to roll them in. This made it last longer, because at first it was all getting glopped up with the butter.Thanks again .

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Koechin (Chef) November 15, 2009

Awesome treat! I used butter instead of margarine, the rest as directed. Great for coffee breaks, dessert, a late night treat, or a rich breakfast. Makes a good quantity too, so it can last a while (IF you can resist the temptation).

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Heat Freak March 17, 2009

Realized I never entered my review on this one. Excellent, Excellent, Excellent. Great flavorful filling and so very easy to make. We had these Christmas morning and they were a huge hit!! Thank you Mrs. Janet:)

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Brew City Chef January 12, 2009

These tasted like a pastry I ate as a child. My husband loved them and wouldn't let me throw out the left overs after Christmas brunch. I used butter instead of margarine and 1 tbsp of real vanilla extract to the cream cheese. Yum. I had to print the recipe on Christmas day for some guests.

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jollyreid January 08, 2009

Huge hit I took it to a brunch and everyone loved it. A little time consuming but worth it. I think next time I will try making them with the crust on. We will be having these Christmas morning. Thanks for posting this recipe.

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mamasan December 20, 2008
Christmas Morning Cinnamon Toast