Cinnamon Biscuits

They taste even better then they look
Whenever the topic of Cinnamon biscuits comes up my sister always reminds me of how crazy I was for claiming that I didn't like them...even though I had never even tasted them.  She'd make them and go on and on about how good they were and beg me to try but I refused.  I'd wrinkle my nose in disgust and say "I don't like 'em."  Probably for something silly like that they had butter on them and I don't like butter.  I have no idea how I resisted that cinnamon aroma.  I have a tendency to dismiss foods without trying them and as a result I didn't start eating pineapples until this year and I've only been eating strawberries now for about the last 4 years.  I didn't like the way they looked.  I know...crazy right?

Cinnamon biscuits was a childhood breakfast favorite for me and my big sis.  Once I finally gave in and decided to try them that is.  I don't know where the recipe came from but we really loved them as kids.  Many Saturday mornings we would get in the kitchen and make and devour them together.  I don't think I've eaten them since I moved out of my parents house.  It's been a long time.  Over the last few years I've mentioned to Mj how good they are.  "If they're so good then why don't you make 'em for me?"  So, I finally did this morning.  I introduced this yummy childhood favorite to my husband and needless to say he's a fan too.  They are so delicious.  It's like this warm buttery cinnamony sugar explosion in your mouth.  You definitely won't find it on the weight watchers menu so don't even try.

This just so happens to be the only thing I can make without a recipe.  They are just that simple and quick.  I measure out the butter, cinnamon and sugar just by eye balling it.  Here is how you make it in case anyone wants to give it a try.  We've always made them for breakfast but they really could be dessert too.

  • Pre cut Biscuit dough-1 Can Pilsbury
  • Butter  2 Tbsp
  • Sugar 2/3 Cup
  • Cinnamon 1 1/2 Tbsp
Cooking Directions:  Mix the Sugar and Cinnamon together in one small bowl.  Melt the butter in a different bowl inside the microwave.  With a fork dip one biscuit at a time into the melted butter so that it's totally covered then  dip it into the cinnamon sugar mixture until the entire biscuit is covered. Place each biscuit in the cake tin so that they slightly overlap. Repeat until all biscuits have been dipped and bake on 400 for 10-13 minutes.  Remove and enjoy.  That's what I did.

I used I can't believe it's Not Butter but there is no sugar coating it-excuse the pun.  Even that can't detract from the fact that I am eating biscuits coated in butter, sugar and Cinnamon.  They are definitely a guilty pleasure and means I can eat....uh not much else for the rest of the day! It was definitely worth it though.  I am certain that I should work out after such decadence to burn it off but I'm not really in the mood for it....when am I ever? With my bikini filled honeymoon coming up..... lets just say I won't be making a habit out of this.


Faith said...

that looks delicious.

i was the same way and sometimes i am actually still that way. i have turned down foods just by the way they look, completely sure i would hate them because i hate the way they look. my mom had a hard, hard time with me growing up.

Lil' Woman said...

Those look delish....I want that cinnamon-y goodness in my stomach ASAP. :)

Ameena said...

This is a brilliant idea! I've never thought of all the uses pre-made biscuits have but now you have me thinking!

Leslie @ A Blonde Ambition said...

Oh YUM! These look delicious! I will definitely have to try that recipe soon!

jacin said...

i'd love if you wanted to do a guest post! send me an email at jacinpage at gmail dot com :)

jacin said...

oh and PS - as soon as i can eat like a normal person again these things are at the top of my list :)

Frugalista said...

jacin-enjoy your post wedding binge!! These are a great way to start.

everyone who commented on these. These are seriously delicious and pretty instant gratification because they take less then 30 minutes from start to finish.

Dancy said...

These look awesome! It kinda looks like monkey-bread, which I never heard of until I discovered these blogs either. I bet your whole house smelled amazing!!