Red Hots and canned cherries flavor this memorable dessert from my childhood. I hadn’t had it in years, so when I found my mother’s recipe, I had to make it to see if it’s as good as I remembered. It is!—Betty Zorn, Eagle, Idaho
Our children and grandchildren gobble up my cinnamon rolls as fast as the bread machine can make the dough! Butterscotch pudding mix gives them a distinct taste.—Jane Quinnell, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
Chocolate lovers will rejoice when you put out a platter of these fresh-from-the-oven rolls dripping with icing. Eat them by themselves for a real sweet treat or serve them as a finale to your breakfast feast.
Besides the great flavor, the appeal of these sweet rolls is that they don't need any yeast. They are ready to bake with less than 30 minutes of prep. Serve them as a special treat for breakfast or brunch. I've even used them for a delicious dessert.—Pam Hunt, Moore, Oklahoma
These pretty pastries are elegant and your guests will think you fussed. But they are so quick and easy to prepare with refrigerated crescent rolls and maraschino cherries.—Nancy Zimmerman, Cape May Court House, New Jersey
Ethel Farnsworth of Yuma, Arizona shared this recipe when 4-H leaders requested an activity for younger members. "The kids had a ball rolling out the dough and enjoying the sweet chewy results," she informs.
I've made batches of these rolls to give to the mail carrier for Christmas, to our church music minister for his birthday and for any number of people who needed a pick-me up. Thick cream cheese frosting is the fast finishing touch.