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My family loves biscuits, they also love cinnamon rolls, but my baking skills involving yeast are seriously lacking. The word yeast in a recipe gives me palpitations and causes my hands to sweat. Years ago I attempted the (suppose to be easy) bread making with a starter, totally flopped! On the other hand, I love making biscuits with Bisquick® baking mix. What’s not to love….everything is already measured and mixed in that beautiful yellow box, just add milk!
With the family’s love of cinnamon rolls, I experimented for years until finally creating this recipe.
Baking the cinnamon rolls in a piping hot cast iron skillet with melted butter, pole vault them to a whole new level. When the butter, sugar and cinnamon combine in the skillet, something magical happens. The crusty, sugary edges open up to a soft biscuit like center. Delicious!
I just finished watching one of those cooking episodes about baking bread with yeast and I’m sure that I completely zoned out after mention of the “Y” word. Hey, as long as the family likes the biscuit cinnamon rolls, it’s all good.
3 cups Bisquick®
1 cup milk
1 stick butter, divided
2/3 cup sugar
1 tablespoon cinnamon
- Preheat oven 400 degrees. Combine sugar and cinnamon in a small bowl and set aside
- Combine baking mix and milk, it will be thick and sticky
- Turn out onto a floured surface and knead for about a minute (a nice amount of flour to prevent sticking)
- Pat the dough into a 8×10 inch rectangle, and spread 1/2 stick softened butter (not completely melted, but soft)
- Sprinkle 1/2 of the cinnamon sugar over the dough
- Roll the rectangle lengthwise, ending with the seam down, cut into 8 rolls
- Place skillet with 1/2 stick butter in oven for 5-10 minutes, until butter is melted
- Remove from oven and carefully add cinnamon rolls into hot skillet
- Sprinkle with remaining cinnamon sugar
- Bake 18-20 minutes
Top with icing if desired:
1 cup powdered sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
2-3 tablespoon half n half or cream
Stir until smooth and pour over hot rolls