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Thread: Cookies And Cinnabon Rolls In 2 1/2 Minutes

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    Junior Member Helenq's Avatar
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    Cookies And Cinnabon Rolls In 2 1/2 Minutes

    REALLY!
    You will be as shock as I was when I discovered this somewhere on the internet. This is perfect for all the company coming for the Holidays or to make at your next quilting bee. Just click on the blog address listed below. The recipe is listed at the bottom of the post! With this time saver you can quilt more!!!!!!!
    Have fun-Helen
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    I've starting do this with any canned dough and even made corn bread the other night. Everyone loves it and I LOVE it because I got to dust off the ole' waffle iron. =)
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    I don't see the recipe. What am I doing wrong?

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    I dug out the waffle iron yesterday so I could try this.YUM!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stichinluvr View Post
    I don't see the recipe. What am I doing wrong?
    If you look at her blogspot she says put in waffle iron for approx 2 minutes & shows the dough tubes you buy

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    I don't see the recipe either??? What am I doing wrong?

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    Where is the recipe?

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    It's not so much a recipe as a technique. Using refrigerated tubes of sticky buns or cookie dough, you bake in a waffle iron
    instead of the oven. Very clever! thank you Helen for sharing.

    http://helenernst.blogspot.com/

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    Thanks for clearing that up for me. It's a great idea and one my DD can use for quick treats for the kiddies.

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    I have a can of cinnamon rolls in the regfrig right now.... guess what we are having tonight!

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