To prepare individual rolls, prepare as directed; place one slice in each of 12 lightly greased 3-inch muffin cups. Bake at 375° for 20 to 25 minutes or until golden brown. Cool slightly, and remove from pan.
Can someone please tell me what brand of frozen biscuits you've been using? I could only find those refrigerator canned biscuits by Pillsbury and those definitely don't have 26.4 oz in them. Where do you find the right kind?Read More
Lynnjga when you used cream cheese (yummy idea), what did you substitute?Read More
2/12/12 Made these again this morn and used dried cherries. Low-fat cream cheese; no spices, I reduced the brown sugar to 1/2 and stirred into the sugar 1/2 teaspoon of almond flavoring; toasted chopped blanched almonds instead of pecans; almond flavoring in the icing. Perfect blend of cherries & almonds! Just noticed the suggestion of using a cupcake pan which I will do next time to brown each all the way around. 1/11/12 Hubby THOUGHT he didn't like apricots till he ate one of these. He grabbed one going out the door this morn and when he came in this evening he said he now loves apricots...he is now having one for his bedtime snack :) The next flavor will be dried cherries with almonds; half cinnamon & half nutmeg and almond flavoring in the icing. Allyoop58 had a great idea! I make my own biscuits also using White Lily and this worked out perfectly! Thanks for the tip :)Read More
I'll be making this recipe for years to come! I luv being able to change out ingredients for a new flavor also! If you can't find frozen biscuits, may I suggest making homemade. I use the recipe on (the backside) White Lilly flour. My family luvs these!Read More
So easy and sooooo YUMMY!Read More
Very easy to make with ingredients often at hand. Love it!Read More
Loved these rolls. Easy to make and they taste great. Will make again and again.Read More