Recipes For My Boys: Cinnamon Breakfast Rolls

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Cinnamon Breakfast Rolls

I took Rhodes Dinner Rolls out to thaw for supper, put them in the refrigerator and somehow forgot to cook them.  Yes, I know….it doesn’t seem possible to forget something as delicious as yeast rolls.  But, I did! 
We had Chicken and Dumplings.  We ate way too much food.  Piled up on the couches and we all went to sleep.  All except my oldest, he went to bed after school because of a headache…darn allergies!  He woke me up at 8:30…hungry and thinking it was time to get ready for school.  After making him a sandwich, convincing him it was a long time until morning, getting the little ones ready for and put in bed, waking my husband and sending him to bed, getting myself ready for bed…I then sat on the couch again.  Yep, went back to sleep.  

I was up at 4 a.m. and knew I couldn’t go back to sleep.  Stiff from sleeping on the couch, I made my way to the kitchen to start the coffee and then to start a load of laundry (this is an ongoing process at our house!)  I looked in the refrigerator and there they were…the rolls I took out the day before, now ready to be baked!  They had were fluffy like the pillow I missed sleeping on last night.  I knew I needed to cook them.  Thinking I had cinnamon sugar made (I keep in on hand) I decided to make cinnamon rolls but didn’t want anything really sweet.  The Cinnamon Rolls ended up with swirls of cinnamon sugar inside buttery yeast rolls.  YUMMY!  I hope you enjoy them as much as we did!  <3 and Hugs!

Make extra cinnamon sugar to keep on hand for toast, rolls, waffles....

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Cinnamon Breakfast Rolls


1 package frozen rolls or you can use a loaf, thawed
1 –2 cups cinnamon sugar;  1 to 4 Tablespoons ground cinnamon *to taste* to 1 cup brown sugar
butter or margarine


Mix the sugar and cinnamon and place some in a bowl or on a plate. 
Stretch rolls

Press one side in cinnamon sugar
Roll lengthwise and then fold under
Place in greased pan, mine is 10x12 and let rise until doubled in size.

Cook at 350 degrees in preheated oven.
Check at 10 minutes I think mine were done at 15 minutes.  I’m really going to have to write my recipes down while I make them. ;D
As always..My oven cooks different than yours.  Check at earliest time and adjust as needed.
Slather butter or margarine, all over the rolls.  I keep a stick in the freezer, take out and rub all over the rolls.  YUM!


Shared with
Church Supper #12


Krista said...

Yum!!! We love cinnamon rolls :) Thanks for sharing at Church Supper! See you next week.

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Couscous & Consciousness said...

Oh yeah - I'd like some of those for breakfast.

Debi said...

I hope you like these. No icing....just butter melting over them. <3 and Hugs!

Debi said...

Hello Sue! So glad you stopped by! I hope you like them. I added a Pin button if you would like to pin it. <3 and Hugs!

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