Oh man oh man! A yeast-free, therefore moody-free, gooey cinna sugar indulgence! I must say though, I think you missed a few spots when you were icing the cream cheese frosting bites- I can see some dough through the icing so yes, those are only partially complete =)
Hey, Tim. What do you think about rolling the dough up with the butter, salt, and brown sugar, wrapping it in plastic, and chilling it overnight? I’d like to be able to slice, bake, and serve them warm without much fuss. Any reason it wouldn’t work? Thanks!
In the past, I haven’t had the best luck holding biscuit dough (which is essentially what this is). I think it might be bad for the baking powder to sit in the dough that long. If I wanted these prepared in advance I would probably bake them the day before and warm before serving in the oven. Otherwise, I might try actually assembling the whole pan of rolls and then freezing it overnight. Bake from the freezer, adding a few minutes to the baking time. All of that said, these come together really quickly. Like, 15 minutes. You could get the pan greased, combine the cinnamon sugar, and the dry ingredients all the day before then whip them up in no time. In any case, happy baking!
Hey Tim, thanks for this recipe. These mini rolls are so in-cre-di-bly good. I don’t have a mini muffin pan, so I just baked them on a tray lined with baking paper, which worked out perfectly well. The only problem is, I made the error of telling myself “well, let’s try with half the quantity for a test”, which means there’s nothing left already. Might try very soon again, maybe with a poppy seed filling …
These are the easiest cookies to make and they are utterly delicious! I didn’t have a rolling pin so I used a wine bottle to roll out the dough. Seeing as I didn’t have a rolling pin, it should be no surprise that I don’t have mini muffin pan. The cookies came out perfectly on a parchment lined sheet pan. The only problem is that I may just eat them all before I go to bed tonight.
Greetings from Australia. I’ve just pulled these little morsels from the oven. They were so easy to make and look and smell delicious. Taste is a two thumbs up too. Trying to let them cool completely, as I like to taste the difference when my baked goods are warm and when they are cold. Trying so hard to resist eating anymore. Want also to see how they taste in a few days time but just know they won’t last that long.
I just made these delicious treats. So very easy. I managed to mess up the rolling part but it all came out disguised in the gooey cinnamon sugar, so no one was none the wiser. Contemplating making another batch right now. Thanks for the bringing some sweet goodness to my day.