Saturday, March 5, 2011

15 Minute Cinnamon Rolls

Today I'm sharing a quick and easy cinnamon roll recipe.
They're great when you need a sweet treat or a friend is stopping by for a visit.

 made from Bisquick

Use the recipe on the box for biscuits

2-1/4 cups Bisquick
2/3 cup milk
butter or margarine, softened

Mix Bisquick with milk and roll out on Bisquick sprinkled surface.
Spread with softened butter or margarine
and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar mixture.

Roll into a roll

Cut cinnamon rolls about 1-1/2" thick
Place in pan and bake at 375 degrees for about 15 minutes until slightly brown on top.

When still slightly warm, pour glaze over the top (optional)
1 cup powdered sugar
water (just enough to be able to make a thick icing; it only takes a little, add a teaspoon at a time)


Thanks for stopping by today.
If you have some quick sweet treat recipes, I would love to see them.
Thank you for your kind comments. If you're new to my blog;
I look forward to meeting you.
Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

~ Julie

This week's posts:
~ some antique French finds for French Cupboard's Thursday party
~ a piece of repurposed altered art for White Wednesday
that I've been working on


  1. That looks good and I always have those ingredients on hand for a sunday treat.

  2. Wow! I can smell them just by looking at these pictures. YUM!

  3. Julie ... YUMMY and easy too! I always have a box of Bisquick on hand so these will be a snap for me to make! Think I'll be treating the family tomorrow morning for Sunday breakfast. Thanks for sharing!

  4. This is my husband's #1 favorite treat. Thanks for the quick and easy recipe.

  5. They look FABULOUS Julie....I can smell them!!! Yum!

  6. This is the most requested breakfast item on special occasions around here! Thanks for sharing!

  7. Ohhhhhh......YUMMMMMM, Julie! Those look delicious! Thanks for the easy peasy recipe! :)

    xoxo laurie

  8. Oh thanks so much for this recipe!! My son is crazy for cinnamon buns. I will be making these!!!

  9. Ooh...these look good! I am gluten free, but Bisquick makes a gluten-free mix now! I'll have to see if I can make it work! Thanks!

  10. Mmh, this looks so good. I will test the rezept. Thank you from Germany.

  11. Yum!!! Thanks for stopping by my place and the follow, so nice to meet you and I look forward to reading your blog, I love the Titus quote you have on your sidebar!
    Hugs to you

  12. Hi Julie,
    Thank you for the recipe...this looks delish and it looks like something I could make...I think I already have the ingredients on hand and can go make some :)

    Love the New England tour in the post below, and love your blog too...
    I will be your newest follower and I look forward to visiting you again...
    Big hugs,

  13. What a delicious sight! Wish I had some of those right now! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  14. Julie - Never thought of using Bisquick for these - sure would be a time saver. Next time the grandkids come, they are on the menu! Thanks for sharing! Karen

  15. I am trying them for 1 time and if they work YUMMMMIE I will do it again


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