45 Reviews

Yummy! I used Tofutti cream cheese and splenda sugar and it was still so delicious! Next time I'm going to spray the rolls with oil not dip them in butter. Also I had cream cheese mixture left over so I dunked the crusts in that and then rolled it in the suagr mix which turned out wonderful.

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mon_loves April 29, 2009

My daughter and her sleepover friends LOVED these. Will make again for sure! Thanx

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Nonniejo March 08, 2009

i wasnt a big fan of this at all...it was all right... i left it in the oven at 350 F as specified and it was a bit soggy..so i left it in there for bit longer and it was fine... my friend loved it...but i thought it was okay...

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Aarti D. February 02, 2009

great results for little work. My loaf of bread produced 16 rolls as per the recipe.. but I did have enough filling,cinnamon sugar and butter to make more.. My suggestion would be to start with a larger sandwich loaf of bread. I added a bit of french vanilla extract to the filling. Place seam side down on baking sheet.

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'nora January 26, 2009

I wish i could give you 10 stars on this one. I made this recipe just out of curiousity, that was the most satisfying and deliscious recipe i had tried. Easy to make and i even got my husband and my 6 years old daughter got involved. IWe ate it for breakfast and for dessert. We finish the whole thing in one day. The next day i went to the store and got 2 loaves of sliced bread and a will make it when my inlaws come over for dinner. My mother in laws is a good baker and i am very confident to serve this to her i know that she will enjoy it. Thanks for posting.

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Elisciar October 10, 2008

What a tasty and easy dish to do!! I served this as an appetizer to 20 people I had over for a summer dinner. Most thought it was closest to being a "doughnut" thingy. They ate them up though. Really easy to put together too. Thanks again MizzNezz.

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Tebo September 03, 2008

This is a fabulous recipe. My first batch I tossed together and baked right away. The next batch I doubled to take for treats at a teacher's meeting so assembled them the night before up to step 5. I stored them in the fridge overnight in ziploc bags and then took them out the next morning, brought them to room temperature and continued on w/ the remaining steps. It saved a little time the morning of and they turned out exactly the same. Thanks for a great recipe MizzNezz. It is for sure a keeper.

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Ben's Mom August 11, 2008

Absolutely the star of our Mother'sDay brunch. I made them the night before and refrigerated with no loss of flavor. I also brushed on the melted butter and sprinkled the cinn-sugar, to save fat & calories. Divine!

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mykidslightmylife May 12, 2008

Nothing says white trash like a dessert like this, but you know what, I can't help but stuff like 800 into my mouth when I make them. Don't get me wrong, maybe that makes me white trash, but seriously these are great!!

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Meghan May 08, 2008

We really liked these. My boyfriend thought I had baked some sort of dough to roll them in! When I told him it was the last of the stale bread we had he couldn't believe it. My only regret was that I wished they were a little healthier, unfortunately you can't get sweet cream-cheesey deliciousness in a healthy format. Thanks for a good and easy recipe!

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KellyMac6 January 24, 2008
Cinnamon Cream Cheese Roll-Ups