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Pineapple Upside-Down Breakfast Rolls

This is a great treat for breakfast. The kids always want me to make it in the A.M. on weekends. Hope you enjoy it too!

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  • Melt the margarine and sugar in 8-inch baking dish (I do this in the microwave -- quicker and less mess).
  • Add pineapple and cinnamon.
  • Top with biscuits.
  • Bake at 425* for 20 minutes or until done.
  • Pour a big glass of milk and enjoy!
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"This is a great treat for breakfast. The kids always want me to make it in the A.M. on weekends. Hope you enjoy it too!"
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  1. lets.eat
    My family devoured this! My can was 16 oz. so I used a 11x7 pan and cut the biscuits in half to fit down the sides, I also sprinkled the top of the biscuits w/cinnamon sugar prior to baking.
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  2. MaMere
    If I could give 10 stars on this recipe, I would!! Desi, these, as you know(!) are absolutely delicious. I made these over the 4th of July weekend, and cannot stop raving. They are easy & convenient as most have the ingredients in the fridge and no one would ever guess how fast they come together. The only minor modifications I made was used real butter, and sprinkled with freshly grated nutmeg. Requesting these be put into the 2010 cookbook. Thank You for a wonderful weekend recipe!
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  3. Coffee lover
    OMG these are wonderful. I made today for breakfast so easy and oh so good. I just loved these!!
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  4. pedspeech
    WOW! This was fantastic- I don't know whether to thank you or not as my hips definitely don't need these! I did decrease the margarine to about 1/4 cup but kept the rest of the measurements about the same (I eyeballed everything rather than measured). I assume it would be "saucier" with all of the margarine, but since I have no point of comparison I can't imagine that it could taste any better. I did have to cook mine for almost 20 minutes for the biscuits to get done, but it was worth the wait.
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  5. Becky in Wisconsin
    ***MADE FOR PAC SPRING 2009*** I wish there were more stars to give this recipe!! I made these for our break at work today, and OMGOODNESS!! I had 3 requests for the recipe. We also had some great minds put together, and came up with maybe trying apple pie filling, or sliced apples instead of pineapple. If we try it, I will re-post and let you know how it goes. Thanks mydesigirl for a great treat for our break today!!!
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