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Cinnamon Roll Casserole Recipe!! #FoodieFriday

What is it about the weekend that just makes you want to bake some goodies? Although I'm always up for mixing something up in the kitchen, I believe Fridays and Saturdays are when I'm most likely to be baking. Case in point, I have a batch of Fudgy Peanut Butter Chip Cookies chilling in the refrigerator right now! It's a new recipe, so if they turn out the way I expect, I'll be sure to share the recipe on here in the near future. Today though, I'd like to share an easy breakfast recipe that I served Christmas morning-a Cinnamon Roll Casserole!!

2 tablespoons melted Butter
2 cans Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls
4 Eggs
1/2 cup Heavy Whipping Cream
2 teaspoons Cinnamon
2 teaspoons Vanilla
1 cup Chopped Pecans

Pour melted butter in a 13x9 baking dish. Cut each cinnamon roll into 6 pieces, place in pan. 
In a bowl, beat eggs. Add in cinnamon, cream, and vanilla. Pour over cinnamon rolls, sprinkle with pecans. Bake at 375 for 20-28 minutes, or until rolls are golden brown. Cool for 15 minutes. Microwave icing for 10-15 seconds, until a pour-able consistency. Drizzle icing over top of cooled casserole and serve.

As you can imagine, this casserole is delicious. I don't normally use pre-made doughs and such, but for Christmas morning I made an exception! This is super easy to prepare, and was wolfed down by the entire family-I think everyone asked for seconds!
Look at all the gooey, cinnamon goodness!

(Credit must be given where credit is due-this recipe was taken and slightly adapted from Pillsbury!)


Connie Sowards said…

Oh, this looks so decadent and yummy!
Jackie said…
This looks delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe.
DG Middendorf said…
WOW! I am drooling! I had better do this in the morning since my last day of food freedom in 2015 is tomorrow!! Dang New Years resolutions!
LauraJJ said…
Oh those look so good! We make the Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls often, but have never tried anything like this with them! Cant wait to try it! YUM
msmissy02 said…
This looks delicious, and easy to make! Thanks for the giveaway! DamianMom at yahoo dot com
jerseygirl137 said…
This sounds amazing, much better then the french toast casserole that I make. I'm going to try it next next time I have brunch.
Unknown said…
Oh my gosh! this look so delicious! I'm really going to have to make this weekend. Family coming over and the kitchen is going to smell so good. Thanks for sharing

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