This was so easy to throw together at the last minute. I think I used too small a casserole to bake it in, as I cooked it even longer than 20 minutes, but it was still doughy in the middle. I should have kept the biscuits in a single layer, and I stacked them on top of one another, as in monkey bread. In any case, it was simple and yummy. I too, melted the butter and poured it over the top.
Not very good, the amount of cinnamon called for needs to be cut in at least half... They weren't sweet enough because the cinnamon was so over powering.
I had some canned biscuits on hand from a sale and was in need of a quick breakfast for my family and found this recipe. It's PERFECT! The only thing I did different is that I used a 9x13 and melted the butter and poured the melted butter over the top before baking. These were so good and the kids loved them. I also used Kittencal's Kittencal's Easy Creamy White Glaze Easy Creamy White Glaze on the top. Thank you so much for sharing this easy and family friendly recipe. :)
These were delicious. Better than the canned cinnamon rolls you buy. I cut the recipe in half using only 1 can of the smaller biscuits. I took each biscuit and rolled it out like you would with play-doh in a pencil shape and twisted them around into a cinnamon roll shape. Took a few mintues to do but they looked like baby cinnamon rolls. I sprayed the top of them with pam butter spray and sprinkled with sugar & cinnamon. I mixed up powdered sugar with a little milk for an icing. Next time I will try just cutting the biscuits in half. Thanks for the recipe!
These little things were just soooooo good! I did use decorator buttercream icing #95416. So quick and easy. Thanks for posting such a wonderful recipe.
Yummy and easy. A great quicky breakfast.
It was great to have as a lighter dessert. I've just got one modification to add for me, other than that perfect. Thanks.
We loved these! I used two small (7.5 oz) cans of buttermilk biscuits and put them in a 7X11 glass dish. I glazed them with some cream cheese icing I had left over from another day. I baked for about 15 minutes and they turned out great. At first I thought there was going to be way too much for our family of 4, but the kids (and the adults) just couldn't stop eating them! Very easy and delicious so I will definitely make them again. Thanks for posting.
These are divine! I made these with Pillbury's Homestyle biscuits, only half a recipe. They easily filled an 8x8 baking dish. My 10 yo dd helped me - an easy recipe for kids to get involved with. I made my own glaze for the top with 1/3 cup powdered suger, 1/4 tsp almond extract and 1 tsp milk. What an easy Sunday morning breakfast with some fruit and juice! Pam
these are great.. they brink back the memories of childhood... my dd like it when i make the bisciuts & icing seperately that way they can dunk there biscuits into the icing..