A neighbor gave me the recipe for these yummy rolls. They're warm and wonderful to serve for breakfast of as a treat any time of day. I often make extra mashed potatoes with these cinnamon rolls in mind.—Christine Duncan, Ellensburg, Washington
Who wouldn't love these ooey-gooey rolls from Jill Defries of Windom, Minnesota? They're fast to assemble using frozen bread dough, and they get their great flavor from cinnamon, brown sugar and chopped walnuts.
These golden buns, with a light seasoning from cinnamon and allspice, were a family Easter tradition. My mom made them only once a year using her mother's recipe. Icing crosses make a tasty topping and reflect the meaning of the holiday.
-Lorrie Bailey, Pulaski, Iowa
"Basic white bread is spread with a sweet creamy filling to make this scrumptious roll-ups," explains Marie Delffs from her home in Shelbyville, Tennessee. "They're very easy to assemble yet taste extra special."
The delectable homemade taste of these cinnamon rolls brings raves when Mom and I serve them to friends and family. With raisins and a light lemon glaze, these rolls are perfect for a special brunch.
-Gayle Grigg, Phoenix, Arizona
When my grandchildren visit, this is their favorite "Breakfast at Grammy's House" treat. If you're not a nut lover, these biscuits are also delicious without the pecans. —Joyce Conway, Westerville, Ohio
Children of all ages will have a ball assembling these yummy treats that start with plain white bread and other fuss-free ingredients. "Cranberry sauce gives these appetizers lots of holiday appeal," notes Dorothy Pritchett from Wills Point, Texas.