Posted: 3/26/2012 8:01:36 AM
My family loves this as a treat. I'm glad you liked it too edierere.
Thanks for posting your feedback.
Posted: 3/25/2012 9:47:43 PM
I have made this recipe, and it is delish! This is a free society where as you can eat/make whatever you please. No one is 'forcing' anyone to look at, nor make this recipe. If you do not want to change the recipe from the original cinnamon rolls, by all means don't. In fact, you may as well stay away from any of the 'sweet' recipes. Again, no one is forcing you to even look at this recipe. Don't want to add the corn syrup? Stay away from this recipe. Submit your own.
Posted: 3/25/2012 4:25:28 PM
I did not make these -- and I won't -- so this review isn't going to be of any help to anyone. Sorry. I have made the cinnamon rolls in accordance with the instructions on the can; they are INCREDIBLE by themselves and need no extra corn syrup, butter, etc. I had to stop making them, in fact, because hubby and I got addicted to them. How can you perfect something that's already awesome?
Posted: 2/17/2012 7:10:50 AM
I tried this recipe exactly as it is and it was wonderful. Yes I used the corn syrup and again the recipe was delicious. Co workers ask for the recipe. I used the butter on the side if people wanted it on the french toast. Loved the idea of making it the night before so in the morning all you have to do is put it in the oven.
Posted: 2/9/2012 10:58:03 AM
I agree with momharv614, there doesn't seem to be ANY reason for the added corn syrup. I have made tons of stratas and never added corn syrup to the milk/egg mixture. While I realize the cinnamon rolls aren't exactly low fat, I would still use egg substitute and fat-free half and half to cut down on additional fat and calories. Sounds delicious, though, so I will try with my substitutions (and no corn syrup).
Posted: 2/9/2012 10:27:24 AM
This recipe is confusing to me and I bake a lot~ do we mix the corn syrup, butter & vanilla into the egg/milk mixture or is it the syrup for the baked french toast? If it's in the cinnamon rolls ~ Holy Hanna that's a lot of sugar!!