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I am not a biscuit maker and these turned out very nice for a breakfast treat this morning. I even did the glaze!! I baked 10 min @ 400, might try 425 the next time. Might also try with other dried fruit. Again another easy to put together recipe with on hand ingredients. Reviewed for PAC Spring 2009

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dissjwine March 23, 2009

This is certainly simple and quite fast to put together. The biscuits rose up nicely and were yummy. I will use more cinnamon next time and maybe increase the heat a bit. As others mentioned, this might be really good with dried fruit peel too. I used regular bisquick because that is what I had on hand. I will definitely make this again. Thx for sharing!

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mums the word April 06, 2010

These were very tasty but I felt they did not have the light consistency of the Hardees biscuits. I may try them as a drop biscuit next time instead of kneading them and rolling them out.

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JoyfulCooking November 14, 2009

These were tasty with a glaze. I will make these again but I am going to mess around with the basic ingredients. Thanks for giving me this great idea. Hardees cinnamon biscuits are my dad's fav but I had forgotten all about them.

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basilbuns April 08, 2009
Cinnamon Raisin Biscuits (Hardees Clone)