BisQuickie Cinnamon Rolls

"These are soooo yummy and easy. They start with Bisquick and there is NO YEAST involved! Truly a delicious breakfast treat, dessert or to serve with coffee or tea. Enjoy!"
 
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Ready In:
40mins
Ingredients:
8
Serves:
10
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ingredients

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directions

  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  • Mix baking mix, milk and egg until a soft dough forms.
  • Turn dough onto lightly floured surface and knead gently until smooth.
  • Pat or roll dough into an 8 x 10 rectangle.
  • Combine cinnamon and sugar.
  • Spread dough with butter and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar mixture.
  • Roll up tightly, beginning at 10 inch side.
  • Pinch edge of dough into roll to seal.
  • Place sealed side down on an ungreased cookie sheet.
  • Cut at 1 inch intervals ALMOST through to bottom, using scissors or sharp knife.
  • Bake about 20 minutes or until light brown.
  • Mix powdered sugar and water until spreading consistency; spread over warm roll.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Linda M.
    Can you replace the milk with water?
     
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Reviews

  1. kitina
    Unbelievable!!!!! I have to make at least one batch of these every day! They just seem to disappear and they are so so yummy!!! Thank you so much for posting this, my son thanks you also!
     
  2. Babyoil
    Oh my, Karen! My husband ate 4 of these before lunch, and before I even had a chance to try one!He was then at them again when he got home from work! They were delicious! The only change I made is I made more icing to totally satisfy my sweet teeth....I mean tooth!
     
  3. Lennie
    Yum, yum, yum! Easy and delicious. My only word of advice would be to make sure you don't spread the butter/sugar/cinnamon all the way to the edge; I did and too much leaked out when I rolled this up. I used brown sugar in the filling, as that's the flavour I wanted, and I too used milk instead of water in the glaze, plus I added just a drop or two of vanilla. Next time I will make more glaze/icing, too. Great recipe; I know these won't last long!
     
  4. BogeysMom
    These were wonderful and disappeared in a hurry. Surprisingly easy as well. It wasn't specified, but I used brown sugar in the filling.
     
  5. Laudee
    Made these little gems for breakfast this a.m., and we certainly enjoyed them! They go together super-fast and bake up in no time. Used milk in the glaze and a touch of vanilla. YUM! Another neat recipe, Karen. Thanks for sharing. Laudee C.
     
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  1. RichFoods
    My family loves cinnamon rolls, but I don't like dealing with yeast, so this recipe was fantastic! I did make a couple changes. I substituted 1/2 c whole wheat flour, and increased the milk to 1/2 cup. I also used brown sugar in the filling. For the icing, I mixed it in the same bowl I used to mix the filling to pick up some of the cinnamon flavor. I also used milk instead of water, and added about 1/2 tsp of vanilla. We will definitely make this again and again! Thanks for sharing!! ;-) 3/23/10: I just made these again and added 1 tsp baking powder, 1 T sugar, and 1 T lemon juice...much more tender than before! :-)
     
  2. mama_lisa
    The flavor of these rolls is excellent! I made them as a mid-morning treat and they were quick and easy to prepare. After reading some of the reviews, I made the following modifications: used 4 T instead of 2 T of butter and used brown sugar with the cinnamon instead of regular sugar. I also increased the cinnamon to approximately 4 teaspoons. In the dough itself, I added an additional 2 T of milk to get it to the smooth dough consistency. For the glaze, I used milk instead of water and doubled the recipe because there is no way the original quantities would have been enough. With those changes, these really turned out great. I can see how they would have been quite dry had I not added milk and more butter though. Also, I am curious as to why you have to bake it in a roll form. Next time I will bake them as individual rolls laying flat next to one another. Enjoy!
     
  3. Mandys Kitchen
    Tasty & very easy to make! Just what I needed on a Sunday morning before church. My husband requested I use more cinnamon next time on the inside though. I also used milk instead of water for the sweet sauce & made extra to cover all of the cinnamon rolls. I ended up with about 15!
     
  4. mdsteven
    I was looking for a quick cinnamon roll recipe and came across this one. For a quick cinnamon roll, these turned out great. Easy to prepare and does not take too long to bake. The key is to watch your baking time or the outsides will get dry and hard. It did not take as long for these to bake in my oven, of course each oven is different on how it bakes. The only thing I did different was using milk instead of water for the glazing, which turned out better. I will definitely try this recipe again.
     
  5. Vickiva
    They were very easy to make, and the end product was very tasty. I will definitely make this again! I read through the comments and made some changes: used half brown sugar/half regular sugar, used milk instead of water in the glaze, and added vanilla to the glaze. I also used parchment paper so I would have anything sticking, and it browned up nicely. My kids thought the top was a bit dry (so we added more glaze), but besides that it was excellent. Next time I will double the icing!!
     

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