Hey everyone! Chelsea back from Chelsea’s Messy Apron. I LOVE simple breakfasts and this is just that. Actually it’s really more of a dessert, but anytime I can pass off dessert for breakfast, I’ll take it! 🙂
It’s like a smaller batch version of cinnamon pull-parts. You make this in a 8 x 4 inch loaf pan and it’s the perfect amount for a smaller family OR a less healthy part of a larger healthier breakfast — so you can still have something nutritious and a slice of this bake. It’s like the best of both worlds! 🙂
With the holidays coming and the need to entertain (or just create fun memories) this is a great recipe to have! It’s simple, quick, and super tasty. Enjoy!!
Inspired by Pillsbury
More delicious desserts from Chelsea’s Messy Apron:
Cinnamon Roll Biscuit Bake
I LOVE simple breakfasts and this is just that. Actually it’s really more of a dessert, but anytime I can pass off dessert for breakfast, I’ll take it! ?
- 1 12 ounces can Grands refrigerated buttermilk biscuits
- 1/2 cup white sugar
- 3 teaspoons cinnamon
- 1/2 cup melted butter
- 1 and ½ cups powdered sugar
- 1/4 cup butter softened
- ½ - 1 tsp. vanilla extract depending on taste preference
- 2-3 tbsp. milk or heavy cream
- Syrup for serving
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Grease an 8 x 4-inch loaf pan (do not use dark-coated pan).
In a bowl, combine sugar and cinnamon awns stir.
Separate dough into 10 biscuits; cut each into quarters. Dip each quarter into melted butter and then into the cinnamon sugar mixture.
Place the biscuits in the prepared loaf pan.
Bake for 19 to 27 minutes. Cool for 5 minutes and then invert to remove from pan.
Meanwhile, prepare the frosting by beating together the powdered sugar, butter, and vanilla extract. Slowly add in the milk or heavy cream until desired consistency is reached.
Spread the frosting over the cake and cut into slices to serve.
Top with syrup if desired.
All nutritional information is based on third party calculations and is only an estimate. Each recipe and nutritional value will vary depending on the brands you use, measuring methods and portion sizes per household.