Posted: 11/27/2009 3:43:38 PM
Recipe is very easy to make and biscuits tasty. I cut biscuits into quarters, as directed. I added 2-3 pinches of nutmeg to sugar/cinnamon mixture to bring out the cinnamon flavor. Reviewer 'Gummy' (7/20/08) said "it's a bit tedious to dunk each piece in butter then roll in the sugar mix." Solution: wear vinyl "exam" gloves, which is purchased in bulk at a drugstore. With gloved right hand, I put pieces in butter dish covering pieces then lifted them into cinnamon/sugar dish. With gloved left hand, I took a teaspoon and covered pieces with mix. With hand, I arranged pieces into the loaf pan. No muss, no fuss. Simply remove gloves and toss into trash can when finished. Enjoy~
Posted: 7/23/2009 5:34:53 PM
I've made this before. It's wonderful.
I had to make something for a potluck, so I took this recipe and split it into muffin pans sprayed with Pam. It made a lot of little "loaves" and the best part was that it cooked quicker and the bottoms didn't get too done.
Posted: 7/23/2009 1:22:38 PM
I made the mistake of not cutting the buttermilk biscuit grands (8 ct.) into 6 pieces instead of 4 as another reviewer suggested so some of the pieces were not cooked thoroughly. As far as taste: To me, they were "okay" but my kids absolutely loved them - thus the 5 star rating. It's very easy to make so that's another reason for the 5 stars. I will make this again but will cut the grands into 6 pieces next time.
Posted: 12/29/2008 1:53:23 PM
You must try this!!!! I used 1 can of Homestyle biscuits and the other Golden layers and the only reason was because I picked up the wrong one from the store. I also used the granulated Spelenda sugar as well as the brown sugar Splenda. It was GREAT! I took it over to my parents and popped it into the microwave for 1 min. So that the to glaze warmed up. I recommend you cover the left overs with aluminum foil, it does get a little hard. If it still does it's great for dunking into your coffee.
Posted: 7/20/2008 11:01:06 AM
Hey, I found this recipe yesterday and decided to make it after reading all the reviews. I think it's absolutely awesome. It's a bit tedious to dunk each piece in butter then roll it in the sugar mix so if you want to save time, prepare it the night before and pop it in the oven the next morning! Some reviewers said that it came out a bit crunchy, but I loved it. It gave it more texture! If you added some nutmeg and ginger to it, it would be an awesome Fall breakfast, too!
Posted: 5/6/2008 4:19:55 PM
This is the easiest and quickest thing I have ever made...and its tasty too!!!
Posted: 1/29/2008 9:28:55 AM
It was very easy and turned out very good. I did this for a brunch baby shower and everyone loved it. The only thing I did different was put it in a bunt pan. But very yummy!
Posted: 1/12/2008 8:44:42 PM
I had company for the weekend and made this the night before for breakfast. I baked it that next morning and it turned out great. This is so easy and fun for the whole crowd. Best was putting it together the the night before and just popping it in the oven the next morning. Did add karo to the top and it was even better. MomMom
Posted: 9/24/2007 10:17:14 AM
A co-worker brought this in, and everyone really loved it. I thought it tasted like a donut. The bottom pieces did seem a little crispy as someone else said in their review. I will definitely be making this in the future.
lady beekeeper said:
Posted: 4/16/2007 2:26:56 PM
I tried these with Grands buttermilk cut into 6 pieces. They were great. It is really quick and has a wonderful cinnamon taste and scented the whole house. I am very picky about things being "from scratch" but this recipe is an outstanding time and energy saver. Plenty of flavor!