Quick and Easy Pull-a-Parts

About: In a valiant attempt to keep myself from dying of boredom, I create.
I have made these for YEARS!!!  I especially made them when I found the rolls you hit against the edge of the counter, to get the rolls out, on sale.  Then they were, quick, easy and cheap.  So here are some, finger licking pull- a-parts.  Let’s get started.

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Step 1:

Supplies:
8” x 8” baking pan
2 cans of rolls, (10 rolls per pkg., any style you like, and please ignore that 3rd can))
1 cup white sugar
½ cup butter
2 Tbs. cinnamon
Nonstick cooking spray

Step 2:

Preheat the oven to 350°.  Melt the butter in the microwave. 

Step 3:

Spray the baking pan with the nonstick cooking spray. 

Step 4:

Mix the cinnamon into the sugar (yeah, cinnamon sugar).

Step 5:

Pop open one of the cans of rolls. 

Step 6:

Take out a roll and dip it in the melted butter, then put it in the cinnamon sugar.  Cover it with the cinnamon sugar (you may use your impeccably clean hands or a spoon). 

Step 7:

Lay the roll at a slant in the pan.  Repeat with all the other rolls.  Bake in the 350° oven for 25 minutes.

Step 8:

Remove from the oven and let cool 5 minutes.
They are the best when still warm, they are good cold, but best warm.  Just  pick one of those babies up with your fingers and enjoy!

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    MsJan

    7 years ago on Introduction

    I use to make something like this for my kids when the biscuits were 10 cents a can. LOL BUT I made a hole in each one than deep fried them and rolled them in sugar and cinnamon. They loved tham.

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    craftknowitallMsJan

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    I too made them more frequently when the biscuits were $.10 a can. My grandkids now love them. Thanks for commenting.