Thursday, February 2, 2012

EASY Cinnamon Pull~Apart Bread!

This is a EASY way to make Cinnamon Pull~Apart Bread with Rhodes frozen rolls and it tastes heavenly! My daughters make it and I thought I would give it a try! 
Hubby gave his big stamp of approval!
Here goes!
Spray pan. Add 12-18 Rhodes frozen rolls.
Add: 1/4 cup sugar, 1/4 cup brown sugar, and 3/4 tsp. cinnamon. Mix & sprinkle over frozen rolls.
I added a handful of chopped nuts~optional.
Let rise.
Bake for approx. 20 minutes.
As soon as it is out of the oven, turn upside down on a plate. 
For frosting mix together:
4 cups powdered sugar, 1 stick of butter, 1 tsp. vanilla & enough milk to desired consistency. 
**You can half this because you will have some left over for the next batch! Just freeze it!
Drizzle (pour!) over top while still warm.
Yes, I used a little to much...heehee!
You can pull it apart or cut with a knife.
Soooo good!
XOX

30 comments:

Kathleen Grace said...

Oh. my. This looks so good, maybe if I take it for our Sunday School class I can justify making this. Just one thing I need clarification on, can you explain the concept of too much icing? ;>)

Ms. Redo said...

A friend was telling us about a cake she made in a bundt pan, it sounds very similar to this but she used cake mix. I'd really like to try one, they both sound delish! Hugs ~ Mary

Lori Lynn said...

Yum! Reminds me of Monkey Bread!

Julie Harward said...

I do monkey bread like this...mosh this looks so good! If you ask me, you can never have too much frosting, that is the best part! LOL ;D

Susie said...

Oh yum Maryjane, It looks so good and gooey. Smiles, Susie(She Junks)

Sandy said...

Looks so delicious! I need to try this.

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh this sounds heavenly. It looks wonderful. I love a ton of frosting. Hugs, Marty

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Wow that looks so yummy!! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Jocelyn @
http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com

Julie Harward said...

So Maryjane..you don't put any butter in with the sugar and cinnamon step? I do in my monkey bread, so I was just wondering with this, I want to get it right! ;D

Maryjane-The Beehive Cottage said...

Julie,

Correct, this recipe calls for only the sugars & cinnamon mixed together.

xox
Mj

Pam~ Virginia Retro said...

That looks amazing, cinnamon rolls are my hubby's favorite, so I'll be making this soon. Yum, never too much frosting!

Elyse said...

mmm-mmmmm! that looks good! i'll bet that is super yummy with a hot cup of tea or coffee.

thank you for sharing, sweetie!

love,
elyse
xo

debi huntsman said...

Oh.my.gosh! Those look divine!

NanaDiana said...

OMGOSH- This looks so good. Something my family would love. I have never tried Rhodes rolls. You can bet I will pick a pack of them up. xo Diana

Angie Berry said...

YUMMY!! Just pinned it to Pinterest so I can try it soon. It looks way too sweet! =] Thank you for posting this.

Have a delightful weekend~

June said...

I'm thanking you ahead for the 5# I am about to gain after I make these!!!
Thank you for sharing Maryjane. YUM!
hugs from here...

Anne Fannie said...

Maryjane,
These look so good. I am going to bring the recipe to the river and make some there! To much frosting? Hmmmm, I like a little bit of rolls with my frosting! :)

Susan said...

Wow - what a great looking recipe - I might have to give that a try!!

Thanks for sharing!

Ali said...

You are NOT helping my diet with pictures like that. LOL!

Happy weekend!

Ali x

Sandy said...

It looks just disgusting! LOL!!! Like I could turn something like that down!! YUM!!! :o) You take THE best pictures!!! Thanks for sharing...gotta try it!

wendy said...

oh my, I am drooling down my chin right now.

Catherine Love said...

That looks delicious!

Gail's Card Cafe' said...

Oh!!! I'm SO making this! and it deserves to be Pinned :)

A Vintage Chic said...

Oh, gosh, Maryjane! My sweet tooth is dying right now! These look so amazing! Think I'll have to do this for my family tomorrow!

Thanks, as always, for the wonderful inspiration, my friend!

Julie

Monique Elisabeth said...

This looks so very delicious. This could be something I could make for Easter breakfast. That would be so good. Thank you very much for the recipe.
Have a wonderful day.

Jean Tuthill said...

Yummy! It sure does look good!

Josie said...

I made this over the weekend and it was absolutely delicious! Thank you for the recipe, it our new favorite dessert!

Kris said...

Wow, that looks fabulous! And I made your buttermilk pie today. Featured your blog on my post just now. YUMMY!!! Oh my!!

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

Oh YUM!!! It looks a lot like the Monkey Bread that Paula Dean makes...and you know that all of her stuff is super! Thanks for the recipe!!!

xxoo

GerryART said...

Oh, dear!
Just when I told myself I'd cut down on yummies right after the new year.
Oh, my, what's a gal to do !?!?!?!
Hugs