Friday, July 15, 2011

Cinnamon Roll Cake


I found this recipe at Life as a Lofthouse and couldn't wait to try it. I finally got a chance to make it last week and it's all it's cracked up to be!

 I loved every bite...warm and delicious...just like a cinnamon roll!

Cake:
3 c. flour
1/4 tsp.salt
1 c. sugar
4 tsp. baking powder
1 1/2 c. milk
2 eggs
2 tsp. vanilla
1/2 c. butter, melted

Topping:
1 c. butter, softened
1 c. brown sugar
2 Tbsp. flour
1 Tbsp. cinnamon

Mix everything together except for the butter. Slowly stir in the melted butter and pour into a greased 9x13 pan. For the topping, mix all the ingredients together until well combined. Drop evenly over the batter and swirl with a knife. Bake at 350 for 28-32 minutes.

Glaze:
2 c. powdered sugar
5 Tbsp. milk
1 tsp. vanilla


While warm drizzle the glaze over the cake.

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HappyPlaceJen said...

Hey! You just changed up your blog design!! I was just on your cilantro lime corn post, now I popped on this Oh-my-gosh-so yummy cinnamon roll cake post, and your blog is different- LOL! The blog looks good, but this cake looks AMAZING! Must try very soon! Thanks for posting, Laurie! :) ~Jen http://happyplaceforjen.blogspot.com/

Christy said...

Thanks! Your recipe is now flying around Pinterest! :)

Anonymous said...

found you on Pinterest and looks amazing!! Gonna try it!

A Tale of Two Cities said...

First visit from Pinterest! Cinnamon rolls are in my top 3 desserts, so this cake looks like something I should try!

Sarah said...

Just found blog on pininterest. Now you are in my Google Reader.--- going to read archives now

Needlefood said...

Yup, pinterest here too ;) Thanks for the recipe.

Rachel said...

Going to make it tonight for my hubs for breakfast, great recipe!

Sherry said...

Just found this through Pinterest - MUST try now!!! Love it!! :)

http://sweetandsassy-sherry.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Hi! Do you think I could mix this up the night before and bake it in the morning? Looks delish!

Rooted in Atascocita said...

Coming from Pinterest and this looks scrumptious!

christie stockstill photography said...

Totally have to try this. Looks soooo yummy! Oh, and I, too, found you on Pinterest.

Leslie said...

I'm one of your newest followers because of this delicous(!)looking recipe that I happened upon at Pinterest. I'm more from "the South" so I'm hoping to find some more new recipe ideas here!
Blessings,
Leslie

Jasie said...

This is breakfast food... right? Please say yes.

Laura said...

Just popped over from Pinterest! Going to make this recipe tomorrow! Thanks!

kate said...

In the oven now!

Miss Mosier said...

DELICIOUS! Made it Friday and ate it Saturday morning. It was definitely the best right out of the oven, but still SO good in the morning! AND it really was SO easy! I had everything in my cupboards already! If you haven't made this, try it!

Helen said...

I saw the picture of these mouthwatering cinnamon buns on Pinterest and HAD to find the recipe. So glad I found your blog :)

Renae said...

Found you via Pinterest and cannot wait to try this recipe out. Looks delish.

Anonymous said...

got this off of pinterest...made the cake and it is so moist and flavorfull...i cheated on the icing and i opened a can of cream cheese whipped icing and melted it in microwave so i could drizzle it on top of cake...yummo

Bekah said...

I, too, found this on pinterest! Looks amazing and I cannot wait to try it!

Anonymous said...

So amazing. We demolish a pan in a night at my house LOL. I am tempted to try cream cheese icing myself!

Snowmanlover said...

Making it now. Is that right- 3 sticks of butter? yikes!! Smells great!!

Denise Rose said...

Oh my goodness, this was delicious! I just made it and it was fabulous! Guess 3 sticks of butter did the trick!

KaKi said...

Found you on Pinterest as well. Just made the cake and it is DIVINE!!! Love how the house smells. I put a link on my fb page!

Cindy said...

Pinterest guilty as well! This looks delicious! I'm thinking about making this as my husband's birthday "cake".

Anonymous said...

Should I use regular (all-purpose) flour, cake flour, or self-rising flour?

Beadboard said...

i'd like to know too if we can mix & refrig the night before & bake in the morning. I'd like to take to a teacher's meeting on monday.

laurie said...

Hi!
To answer a few questions....I used all purpose flour in the cake.

I have never tried making it ahead of time and baking it the next day, so I'm just not sure if that could be done or not!

Thanks!

JLC said...

Oy to the vey. DELICOUS!!! Found on Pinterest, and I am in LOVE!

thenwedanced said...

This was VERY YUMMY! Thanks for sharing! I posted a link to it in my blog :)
(Oh, and I found it on Pinterest)

Anonymous said...

OMGosh!!! AMAZING is all I can say. If the cake tastes anything like the batter, then I can kiss this diet goodbye! ;) It is in the oven right now...I can't wait to try it. My husband and our daughter (3 years old) fought over who got to lick what.....the beater, the spatula, or the knife. Thank you for the wonderful recipe, I too found it on Pintrest.

roynjess said...

I made this last night and it was AMAZING...so so good!!!! THANK YOU! I love pinterest! :)

Candace said...

It took me like 40 minutes to cook, now I'm just waiting for it to cool, it smells so good!

Amy said...

I wasn't looking for a recipe for our Labor Day picnic, but I found one anyway. I clicked over from Pinterest, btw. Thanks!

Sherry said...

I just made this today and it was absolutely AMAZING!!!!! Melts in your mouth, buttery goodness!!! Thank you so much for sharing this!! :)

http://sweetandsassy-sherry.blogspot.com/

Charlotte said...

saw the pic on pinterest and had to try it! it's in the oven now! thanks!

cindy glawson said...

This looks so good and I will give it a try VERY soon!

Anonymous said...

That was the best cake EVER!!! Loved it! Will be making again soon, to share this time. :)

Crystal Pinned it said...

Mine is in the oven! Also came from Pinterest!

Anonymous said...

Just pinned this from Pinterest. Judging from the comments, I MUST go into my kitchen this moment and put to together!!!! Thanks for sharing it.

Anonymous said...

Saw it on Pinterest and I am sitting here with a warm piece of the cake as I type! Mmmmmmmmm! If you've just read the recipe, I advise you to go straight into your kitchen and make it.

Barb said...

I've pinned over a hundred things on Pinterest now, but this is the first time I've hit the kitchen immediately after pinning it. Just waiting for it to cool off a bit before we dig in.

Charity said...

In the oven now! It smells sooooo good...I can't wait to taste it! I had everything in my pantry - it was perfect! Via Pinterest :)

Karin said...

Just found this on pinterest :) Gonna make it and blog soon! Thanks...

Anonymous said...

So yummy and easy to make from basic ingredients :)

Scotty said...

I'm another one from Pinterest...just took them out of the oven, and they smell AMAZING!! Taking them to work tomorrow for a birthday!

Krista said...

It's in the oven now....smells so good. Can't wait to eat it. Found you on Pinterest. :)

jamiewhitewyatt said...

This Southern girl thinks your "up north" cooking, especially this recipe, sounds good!
www.dancingonthejourney.blogspot.com
Jamie in GA

Lynnie said...

OOOh crazy Pinterest fire! Baking this right now. I am going to try a caramel sauce instead of a glaze. I know....I am naughty!

Amanda D. said...

I too, got the recipe off Pinterest. It looked too good not to make. It's in the oven now. I thought the cake batter was quite thick for cake. I wonder if I did something wrong. I'm an experienced baker, and I followed the directions to a T. I will just have to see how it turned out when it comes out of the oven. I added 1/2 tsp. of baking soda and used buttermilk instead of the milk. I always substitute buttermilk for milk and haven't had a failure yet. Maybe that's what made the batter so thick? I found it hard to swirl the topping in. Any advice from those who have made it?

Kendra said...

Just made this! Super excited to see how it tastes!

Dory said...

Hi. Another "Pinterest" visitor. Sounds YUM!!

Carolyn said...

Hooray for Pinterest! I can't wait to try this!!

Julee said...

Hi, I too am a Pinterest visitor. This recipe looks amazing... Going to try it soon. Thanks!!

Sarah said...

This cake looks wonderful!

Rebecca and Nick said...

I've made this same recipe before a few times, but last time I used a third of the amount of butter called for in the cinnamon topping, and liked it better. Way too much, for me at least, the way it is written.

Anonymous said...

I do not even know what Pinterest is. But the recipe looked delicious so it is in the oven, and the batter is yummy. My topping wasn't swirlable either so maybe won't be as pretty but it should still taste great, eh? Thank you for the recipe.

Linda Imler said...

Thank you!! This sounds wonderful!!

Anonymous said...

Found this recipe on Pinterest too! It looks delicious! I can't wait to try it.

Birna Stephensen said...

just tried your recipe but with wholemeal flour and it tastes great. although I would put a little less of butter and suger in the topping. its a bit too much :)but of course its very tasty ;)

Audrey said...

Just made this and yum! I decreased the butter in the topping per the reviews and it turned out well!

Christina said...

Another "found you on Pinterest" Wow! Just pulled this out of the oven and ate our first piece. SOOOO good!! Made it exactly as written and my husband is over the moon. So easy too!

Elaine L. said...

This looks delicious! Thanks for the recipe!

Anonymous said...

Just made this, it turned out great!! As others did, I only used 1/2 stick of butter and 1 cup brown sugar for the topping. Thanks so much!!

mariet said...

Found on Pinterest! Hi! Love the recipe. But i made it and it was real think batter. And it was hard to swril the knife threw. Is that how it is supposed to be? I cooked it and it took alog time and it was real dark on top . I dont know what i did maybe the Altitude? I live in Idaho.? thanks it is still good :)

Vanessa said...

I made this and I added 1/2 block of cream cheese to the glaze... and it made the glaze a treat on it's on... soooo good.

Anonymous said...

Is this best the day of or just as good a day later? Plan to make it tonight or tomorrow for a friend's birthday - she loves cinnamon rolls.

Anonymous said...

I have just taken this out of the oven. Waiting for it to cool a little. Smells heavenly. I was just introduced to Pinterest. I will certainly keep coming back.

hapyfmly said...

Found this on pinterest and I'm so excited! I have been looking for a cinnamon roll cake recipe b/c last Christmas a doctor friend of ours had a patient that made him one and he shared it with us! Holy cow, my husband and I couldn't get enough, we were hooked! So I have been trying to find one and as soon as I came across the picture I was totally freakin out! ;) I'm going to make it tomorrow!! Thanks for sharing!!

Jared & Tracee said...

Found you on pinterest too. My dad has been a pinterest hater until today. He tried this recipe(which he found on pinterest) and we all LOVE it, including him!!! Thanks for bringing him over into the "dark side" of pinterest!

krisyonko said...

It is dangerous that I have everything in the house to make this RIGHT NOW!! :)

Anonymous said...

This is baking in the oven sa I type! I also saw the pic on Pinterest and knew I had to bake it as a pre-church surprise one Sunday morning!

Laura said...

Gotta love Pinterest!

(what runs) Lori said...

Hello! This looks awesome!

omathgoddess said...

I am typing this with one hand because my other hand is busy shoveling forkfuls of this into my mouth. Now, to find a smaller pan to transfer it into before my husband comes home... :)

Also - I added a quarter cup of chopped pecans to the topping. I thought I could count out some of the carbs by adding some protein. ;)

Anonymous said...

I tried this tonight and added a cup of packed pumpkin to the mix and it adds a great spin on this delectable cake!!

Brittney said...

Mine is in the oven now!! I have already tested the batter and 'cinnamon swirl' it is AMAZING!! So the cake together should be astounding!!

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for sharing this recipe! I made this for a carry in for bosses day and everyone loved it so much that I almost didn't get a piece myself! So yummy, my family is now begging for me to make it again for them to eat!

Anonymous said...

this was so D-LISH, i'm so glad i got to taste it. I have a family of 3... my husband and daughter couldnt even wait for the glaze. They drizzeled the glaze after they served themselve. thank you for sharing
=)

Anonymous said...

This was so d-lish!!! i cant wait to make it again =) thank you for sharing.

Cheryl said...

This is soooo good. Found you through pinterest and made it for my husband instead of a regular birthday cake. It is quite the hit! Thank you for sharing this yummy recipe.

MissA said...

This looks delicious! Keep up the good work!
http://thingsimakeinmykitchen.blogspot.com/

keila said...

This looks amazing! I'm sure my boys will love these! yum!
www.ridiculously-delicious.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

This is awesome...I used a white cake mix then proceeded with the other two steps. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

I tried this today and it was delicious! The only thing is...when I put the topping on the cake mixture, I did it in dollops and then swirled it with the knife. Is this the way you recommend to do it?

Anonymous said...

can't wait to make this recipe. I am really loving pinterest. Glad to have found you!

Cindy said...

Just saw you on Pinterest, gonna switch it to gluten free and enjoy!!

Brandi Pate said...

Just saw this on Pinterest too, and am now going to make this for my mother in law's bday dinner for tonight! Thanks for the wonderful recipe, I'm sure it will be a hit! :)

Anonymous said...

tried it and LOVED it!!!

Anonymous said...

Pure Yumminess. I followed it to a T.

thanks!

Marie said...

I just made these! They were amazing. Thanks for the recipe!! :)

Gisela said...

Sounds great! And way quicker than making cinnamon rolls.

Evelyn said...

Heaven in a 9x13 pan! This is SO yummy! And since it is a "cinnamon roll" cake...can I eat it for breakfast?

Traci said...

This looks like one amazing cake! I'm off to try it now!

Cindy said...

Made it gluten free and it was amazing! Oh, and no one noticed it was gluten free!

Anonymous said...

In the oven now. It is taking a little longer to bake than it called for but the only problem with that is a house full of hungry boys waiting to dig in! It was very easy to make and sells delicious!

Anonymous said...

I found this pan on sinful deliciousness on pinterest! I just made this and it left me and my family speechless! I am amazed that something as quick and easy to make is SO amazing! Thank you so much for sharing! This is so totally going to blow my diet! Heck, I am new to pinterest and everything that I have made is wonderful! My new addiction!

Tipton said...

Made this cake yesterday and it's gone, gone, gone! It was delicious and fills the cinnamon roll craving without all the fuss! Thank you for putting this on Pinterest.

Anonymous said...

Just pulled this out of the oven...o...m...g...that is unreal. :) took about a half hour here and i only had margarine and that was fine too!!! Delicious and will be made again!!!

Anonymous said...

Found you as well on Pinterest...Had to make it the very next day and Oh my goodness it was so moist, rich and tasted just like a cinnamon bun. Even my son who doesn't usually like cake loved it!!! Thank you!

Pam's Girly Bits said...

MMM this looks amazing. Will try it soon for sure.

Laura said...

Got this off of pinterest as well....mine didn't turn out at all :(

Mrs Woo said...

Yep...another pinterest stalker! My attempt is baking away right this minute! My husband used the last of our milk for cereal before I could make the glaze! TYPICAL MAN! So I'm having to use sour cream, fingers crossed!

nostrand said...

made this today...so decadent!

nostrand said...

made this today...so decadent!!

Tay Talk said...

I will be making this! Thank you!

Sandy said...

Terrific recipe. My friend shared this with me, and I got a call we were having unexpected company dropping in. Whipped this up and served it warm out of the oven. Believe me, it was a hit. Will definitely be making this often in the future. Nice quick, easy-to-follow recipe. My husband likes it warmed up with apple sauce drizzled over it!!

whitney said...

I'm making this today for company...I also found you on Pinterest, and I've wanted to try it for a while. Thanks!

Monica said...

I just made it. I baked it for the 30 mins it called for but the inside was still undercooked. Is it supposed to be gooey? I gave my boys a piece and put it back in the oven for a few more minutes. It does taste yummy. I am thinking of letting the boys have a piece for breakfast with milk and some fruit.

Anonymous said...

Amazing cake. I used less butter and icing sugar, but turned out divine! Thank you very much for my new favourite cake!

Anonymous said...

I am planning on making this cake next week, and I was wondering if anyone tried the "mix the ingredients the night before" method and bake the next day, and what the end result was?!

Ladybeth said...

I made this cake for a women's Bible study this week, and it is fabulous! I know it's going to be a family favorite for years to come.

Ladybeth said...

I made this a few days ago, and it is fabulous, a new family favorite for sure!

artsymomof3 said...

Pinned this on Pinterest a few weeks ago and just had time to make it, A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!! (added bonus the house smells amazing too!!)

Scarlie said...

In the oven right now. I should be doing homework. Should be ready in 5 minutes, I'm super duper excited. Found it on pinterest, btw.

Anonymous said...

It's in the oven right now. I came over here to see if anyone else still had a completely gooey middle after the recommended baking time? I wish I had thought to read the comments before I started - - I definitely would have cut back on the butter!

Anonymous said...

Another pinner here! Going to make this today for the family, looks delicious!

Annie said...

This looks SO amazing! Cinnamon rolls are my favorite, I can't wait to try!

Anonymous said...

i have made this recipe twice over the weekend. AWESOME! For the glaze i added a couple tablespoons of cream cheese and loved it.

Anonymous said...

i tried this recipe in a electric oven for the 28 minutes and turned out perfect. i then made it again a couple days later and baked it in my sisters oven (which is gas) and it was gooey in thr middle so i'm not sure if the gas stove has anything to do with the peoples that turned out gooey or not.

Anonymous said...

I had a really gooey center as well, but the edges were really brown. Did anyone else use a non-stick pan? I can't figure out what I did wrong

Margaret said...

Have you ever mixed it up the night before (except the glaze) and refrigerated over-night? Then baked the next day? I love doing things like this for family holidays - if I can do most of the "work" the day/night before! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Pintrist rules! I made this tonight for the whole family; everyone's visiting for Thanksgiving. What a hit! I had to cook it a bit longer though, about 45 minutes. But it was well worth the wait... plus the house smelled delicious! Thanks

laurie said...

Hi! I'll try to answer a few questions.

I have never tried making this ahead of time and baking it the next day...sorry! I'm not sure what would happen.

And I have no idea why some people are getting a gooey center. Sorry!

I think if you use the toothpick test it should work to tell if it is done or not. Everyones ovens and pans are different. Your oven may take longer than 30 minutes.

It is also important to stir in the melted butter SLOWLY, mixing well. Maybe cooling the butter slightly before mixing it in may help also.

Another thing to try would be to bake it in 2 smaller pans...maybe it would bake more evenly.

As for the amount of butter....hey I'm a Paula Deen fan...I can't get enough butter...and always look for rich recipes to make!!!!!

Thanks!

monicab28 said...

I'm a Pinaholic and just found this! I am going to try these on Thanksgiving morning. I usually make my own cinnamon rolls, but these look much easier! If they are as good as everyone says, I may be featuring them on my own blog for Christmas morning! (With your permission, of course!) Thanks for sharing! Monica@tiztheseason.wordpress.com

anna said...

Looks so good! Can't wait to make it! :D
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Anna said...

Found on pinterest, gonna make tomorrow for Thanksgiving!

Anne Marie said...

Mine are in the oven as we speak. My 10 y/o helped to make it and is so excited to try it!! Love Pinterest!!! Thanks for sharing!!

Anonymous said...

This looks amazing! Will try it soon and will make it again for Christmas morning.
Got this from Pinterest. thanks!

Anonymous said...

This was delicious !!!!

Nicole said...

Making it for the second time today! DELICIOUS!!!!

Anonymous said...

I pinned your cinnamon roll cake recipe...I made it!
We LOVE -LOVE -LOVED it!
1-5 stars we give it a 6! Thank you for a delicious breakfast that will be added to the family favorites!

Anonymous said...

Made this last night and it is deliscious :)

Anonymous said...

I halved the recipe and used gluten free AP flour and powdered egg replacer. Turned out wonderful! I was scared because at the end of cooking time it still looked like liquid, but after cooling it firmed up. Delicious! The BEST GF, DF, EF recipe for a "cinnamon roll" EVER!!! Thank you, thank you, thank you...and my 9 yr old son with multiple allergies thanks you.

La Dolche Vita said...

Found this today on Pinterest! It was as fantastic as it sounded :) Thank you!!

Michelle said...

This looks AMAZING! Such a great idea :D This is actually in my oven as I type this...Thank you!!

Drea said...

Ok...dumb question....plain or self rising flour?

Jackie said...

This looks A.M.A.Z.I.N.G....oh, and mine just came out of the oven!!!
( Its even better tasting then it looks!! (possible??) )

monica dozal said...

Making it as we speak!! :)

Debbie said...

This looked so good had to run out to the kitchen and make it. It is in teh oven right now....wanted something sweet and this certainly fits teh bill. Found on Pinterest!

Wendy said...

My husband is a man of very little comment and even he said "Oh, that really looks good. You better make that."!! I'm making it this week for a family Christmas gathering this Saturday! Can't wait to try it. I might have to make two...one to eat here at home and one for the gathering! :o) Thank you for the recipe!!

Anonymous said...

I made this yesterday morning!!!I added chocolate chips... It was delicious!!!

Anonymous said...

I brought this to work this morning and it was a HUGE hit! I have an insulated carrier with hot packs in it, so still warm even after my 45 min commute! I'm my co-workers new best friend! I did everything last night except mix it up with the butters & liquid. Had all my dry ingredients ready in a mixing bowl, the topping mix ready, pan greased, etc. Made it easier for someone who is not a "morning person" by nature. Love it! This will be our Christmas morning meal. Along with candy from the Stockings! Calories don't count on Christmas morning!

Anonymous said...

Made this last night. Wife took it to work this morning for a focus group - they couldn't focus. So good.

Anonymous said...

My dream of hosting my own cooking show is becoming a reality today!! I'm a librarian at a high school in Oklahoma and the Foods Teacher has asked me to prepare something for her class. In searching for yummy recipes, I came across yours! Thank you for posting pictures. The kids are going to LOOOOVE this!!! Angel from Oklahoma

Anonymous said...

I was so exited to see this! My son loves cinnamon rolls, but usually isn't too crazy about cake. We haven't had too much luck with candles in the rolls. Glad I found this as his birthday is in 2 weeks!

cjwwjw said...

Cinnamon Rolls are something we eat nearly every weekend for breakfast or snack. This recipe sounds so delicious I'm making it for us tonight for dessert. Maybe some will survive until breakfast....lol. I can hardly wait to taste it because the picture looks divine. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

mammadeborah said...

Hi! Found via Pinterest, too.
One question....when I put the topping it goes down in the batter....is it correct? The cake is in teh oven right now but I'm afraid it wasn't done properly...maybe I will try again tomorrow...any suggestion greately appreciated ;-)

Anonymous said...

Um, hello? Where have you been all my life? This was AmAzInG! Thank you, Laurie, and thank you Pinterest.

Anonymous said...

found you on Pinterest and looks amazing!! Gonna try it!

Anonymous said...

Made this tonight for a Christmas party and it was such a huge hit!! I do believe next time I will reduce the butter in the topping. It seemed to make the bottom of the cake very greasy. But otherwise it came out perfect. I cooked it for 35 mins which was spot on. Thanks for the recipe!

Anonymous said...

Based on these comments, I must get up and go to the kitchen to make this cake!!

Anonymous said...

Also from Pinterest! So excited to try this, it looks AH-MAZE-ING! :)

Jessie V said...

loved this cake! THANK YOU! also found via pinterest. i halved the butter in the cake and in the streusel, and it turned out just fine.

next time, i'd add chopped nuts to the streusel, and more cinnamon. YUM!

it was so very delicious - thank you!

Anonymous said...

Just made it- and it is all its cracked up to be- great recipe! Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Made these this morning but turned them into muffins instead of 9x13 pan. They cooked in about 25 min. and I put approx. 1 heaping TBL of struesel in each muffin. I then topped them with the glaze and they're incredible! 24 muffins.

Andrea said...

This sounds like perfect Christmas breakfast along with our traditional egg nog.

Roz said...

these look insanely wonderful! now following you and can't wait to continue reading your recipe posts! Happy Holidays!

Anonymous said...

Incredible! Changed it around a bit but was still delicious

Anonymous said...

Also found this one on Pinterest (but didn't we all?) and decided to make it today. It's in the oven right now, and after reading the comments, I am wayy too excited.

Anonymous said...

I loved this recipe but felt like there was way too much baking powder. Anyone else? How much could I cut out without ruining the cake?

Anonymous said...

I saw this on Pinterest, but I'm bookmarking it...so I can make it someday.Hope you still have it by the time I make it!

Rachel said...

Just found this via Pinterest! SO excited to try this! :)

Kimberly said...

Making this for breakfast on Christmas morning - found you on Pinterest and added your blog to my Google Reader.

Anonymous said...

I can't wait to make this for Christmas morning! It looks heavenly!!!

waldenbunch said...

Just made this for Christmas morning and can't wait to dive into it!

Anonymous said...

Wow....no one had dessert planned for Christmas dinner. I have everything in the pantry for this delicious looking cake and I know everyone will LOVE it!

Diana said...

last night my kids pointed out to me that I didn't buy our traditional cinn rolls to have for Christmas breakfast. I printed out this recipe (had wanted to try it). I mixed everything for the cake, except for the butter, put it in the fridge. I then mixed up the cinn. mixture, except for the butter, covered and left it on the counter. I then measured out the powdered sugar and sat it aside. This a.m. when I got up I stirred the batter, added the butter and poured into pan. I then added the butter to the cinn. mix. and added it to the batter. It did take about 40 min. for it to get done. I then added the rest to the glaze. It came out so good and I was glad I did most of the work last night. We just spooned on the glaze as we ate it (my dad prefers it w/o glaze). I will make this for sure to take to school one day.

Cindy said...

Like most everyone else, I found the recipe on Pinterest. We made it to go along with our xmas morning stuff, and it was a HUGE hit. My mother in law requested the recipe, hahaha. Thanks for posting it! It's made the list for next year's xmas morning feast.

mckensie said...

I just made this recipe, it is in the oven right now. It was super easy to make literally mixed it up in less than 10 minutes. I am interested to see how it tastes :) Smells delish!

Sue B. said...

I made this cake for a Christmas party with ladies from my church. I'm known for making good stuff and I ran out of time and ingredients for some of my usual recipes. I decided to check out Pinterest and saw the cake and decided I just had to do it. I wasn't disappointed and neither were any of the ladies! They all loved it and I shared the recipe. Thank you for some new yumminess!

Anonymous said...

Found this on Pinterest and wanted to try it but I have one small question first. I assume with adding the baking powder the flour would be all-purpose? I know this can be a big deal and just wanted to double check. Thanks :)

laurie said...

Yes...the flour is all purpose. Hope you enjoy!

Linda P said...

I made this on Christmas Eve for us to enjoy on Christmas morning while we unwrapped our presents. It was so easy I thought I missed a step. It was also very very delicious. I will be making it again tonight to bring in to the office tomorrow for my co workers to enjoy. Thanks for the recipe!

Kerri said...

Made this last night and it was soooo good!!! thank god for pinterest!!

andrea{}hurley said...

Well, of course I found this on Pinterest and made it for 2 different Christmas gatherings. It was a hit at both....

I baked both at the same time; one in a metal pan and one in glass dish (both 9x13). The one in the metal pan was done in less time than required; the glass dish took approximately 40 minutes. Honestly, the glass dish cake was 'prettier' on top and more moist but both were excellent. In fact, I finished off the last piece from the metal pan this morning and it was STILL moist :) Two thumbs up.

Becky said...

Amazingly good. I actually didn't really want a 9x13 pan of this so I halved the recipe and baked it in an 8x8 pan for about 25 minutes. Came out perfectly! Thanks for the wonderful recipe!

Wanda said...

I made this for Christmas morning. It was wonderful! However, I found that my topping ended up at the bottom of the pan. Was I supposed to turn it out onto a platter before icing it? It was gooey and stuck to the bottom of the pan. I think that I will try turning it out next time. DELICIOUS though.

Anonymous said...

I have made this twice this week it is so good!!!

Anonymous said...

I've never found a recipe that I had to try right away until now. This is in the oven as I type. It's my reward for surviving oral surgery this week. Looks soft enough to eat without too much trouble.

Anonymous said...

I love cinnamon rolls and have since I was a kid, but they are too time consuming to make. This recipe looked delicious and simple enough to try. I just made it and OH MY GOODNESS! It's more delicious than any cinnamon roll I've ever had. Me and three kids ate half of it. Thank you for sharing!

Alaska said...

Happy New Year to ME! LOVE this. My 10 year old son made it for treats tonight...even my food snob husband LOVED it...Thanks. (oh yeah, found it on Pinterest...now my hubby can't complain about the time I spend searching on it.)

Anonymous said...

I made these for a brunch on New Years day and everyone loved them. I took the rest to my daughter and she called after I left and said she ate one piece and before she knew it had eaten half of another. lol...Needless to say I will be making these again and again!

clissolc said...

Looks AMAZING...trying to get the ingredients together (away from home) because I MUST try!

Anonymous said...

Cut the recipe in half and baked in a 9x9" pan. Can't wait to try it!!

betsy said...

Looks wonerful and easy for Sunday morning

Susan said...

Another new finder from Pinterest!

Anonymous said...

I just made this tonight after I saw it on Pinterest. It. Is. AMAZING! My boyfriend almost flipped. We ate some for dessert tonight--heated in the microwave with a scoop of Butter Pecan ice cream on top! Out of this world!

Cary said...

Saw on Pinterest and cannot wait to try!

Amy said...

Re-pinned this recipe to my pinterest site and I am now waiting for this scrumptious dessert to get out of the oven! Can't wait! Thanks so much!

Anonymous said...

I repinned this to my Pinterest page and am now waiting for this scrumptious dessert to get out of the oven. Can't wait to try it! Thanks so much!

Jenifer Hattaway said...

My 1.5 yr old daughter & I had a messy good time making this wonderful treat!!!

Erin said...

Found on Pintrest!
Baking it now!
I will be posting this on our family recipe blog if thats ok (credits to you :)
Mmmm! Cant wait to eat it!!

loraine said...

Found this on Pinterest and made it this morning! It was AHmazing!!! I do thing I will try it with some buttercream or cream cheese icing next time!!! Thanks

Anonymous said...

I found this on Pinterest and am hoping to try this tomorrow.

Heather said...

Another pinterest find...I made this tonight and it is SO good! Thanks for sharing. :)

Renee M. said...

Lots of people asked...Can this recipe be made overnight and baked in the AM? I made the recipe yesterday afternoon, stuck it in the 'frige, and woke up this AM and baked it. I had to bake for 45 minutes. I even had the glaze made beforehand as well and had it chillin' in a separate bowl with the cake. It makes your whole house smell WONDERFUL as it bakes!! My hubby requested more glaze on it, so I'm gonna do a double batch of glaze next time I make this recipe. Hope that helps ya'll.

Joanne Jarzobski said...

made this today, yummy. also from pintrest. I do wish I had read the reviews b/c I agree 100% cut the topping either in half or less butter in it, it was too 'runny' once cooking/melting and left big spots in the cake once all that butter was melted. Also, not swirlable. Still very Yummy, not pretty though.

Peggy King said...

Just found this today on Pinterest and making it now! Can't wait to eat it. I love all things cinnamon and I know this will be one of my new favorites!

Shannon Glass said...

I found this on pinterest and decided to make it for dessert, I must say this is fabulous! And so easy to make! Thank you!

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