By momaphet on October 09, 2010
Photo by PaulaG
Photo by PaulaG
"This recipe combines the simplicity of a baking powder biscuit, with the gooey deliciousness of a cinnamon roll. I have been known to double the topping! These rolls are on the smaller side - they will serve 4-6 depending on how much sweet you want."
Serving Size: 1 (495 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Made for PRMR! Everyone loved these for breakfast today! Quick and easy to make. Absolutely delicious!!!! Thanks"
"What a deliciously yummy recipe. It even worked with gluten free baking mix. I follolwed Annacia's lead and made half a recipe. The pan was lined with parchment paper and the rolls popped out. The parchment paper also made clean-up a breeze. We had a dinner for supper night and these went very well with Recipe #503238. Made and enjoyed for ZWT9 Family Picks."
"Delicious! Quick and easy to make, yummy to eat. I made them as written, using pecans and baked them in an 8" round baking dish for about 28 minutes. When serving, I cut the rolls into 4 portions (4 small rolls each), to serve 4 people. Everyone loved them! Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe. Made for ZWT9 Family Picks for The Apron String Travelers"
"Super yummy! Buttery, sweet nuggets. Not a traditional yeast roll. I had almonds and they were good but walnuts would have been better. Made for ZWT9."
"I made a half recipe for DH and our lazy Sunday morning breakfast. I used ground pecans and he simply loved them. They made very nice biscuit rolls that rose nicely and looked lovely, easy and fun to make too. So glad that I tried these. :D"
"These are so delicious! Yummy! Tastewise definitely 5 stars. However I had two problems with these. Even though I baked the rolls at 400 F instead of 425 F and only for 10 minutes my caramel was burned at places. And somehow I only got 8 rolls from the recipe. Those were very good, though. I only used half the sugar stated and still it was very very sweet, but thats just personal preference I guess. I really liked the chopped nuts in this (I used hazelnuts cause thats what I had on hand).
THANK YOU for sharing this recipe with us, momaphet!
Made and reviewed for PRMR November 2012."
"I really liked the flavor of these cinnamon rolls, but mine did not puff up at all. So they were not quite what I was expecting. I did like the sticky sweet topping too!"
"So very easy to make, for sure! The only change I made was to add a cup of dark raisins (We love 'em!) to the filling! Delicious to a fault, & I'll be keeping this recipe around for a long time! Many thanks for sharing it! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]"
"Made for Spring PAC 2012. A really simple recipe with great results, in very little time too. I made these using nuts in only half of the rolls/ topping as the kids aren't big on nuts but DH and I love them. I was a bit surprised how much the rolls puffed up as I had spaced them quite a bit apart before baking. I only got about 12 rolls so I guess I cut them a bit large. What I really like is that the rolls are a nice serving size - not too big, not too small. Thx for sharing this lovely recipe Momaphet!"