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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Cinabun Cake (Cinnamon Bun Cake)

My Mom makes the best cinnamon buns.  I don't make cinnamon buns...I've been craving Mom's cinnamon buns, but they've been away.  So I had to improvise.  Enter Cinnamon Bun Cake, or as our two year old calls it, Cinabun Cake. 

(Source: Cookin Up North)

Base:
3 cups flour
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 cup sugar
4 teaspoons baking powder
1 1/2 cups milk
2 eggs
2 teaspoons vanilla
1/2 cup butter, melted

Topping:
1 cup butter, softened
1 cup brown sugar
2 tablespoons flour
1 tablespoon cinnamon

Glaze:
2 cups icing sugar
5 tablespoons milk
1 teaspoon vanilla

Preheat oven to 350F. Prepare a 9 x 13 baking pan (buttered).

Mix all of the base ingredients together, with the exception of the butter.  Add the melted butter last, and then pour into your prepared pan,

Mix all of the topping ingredients together in a separate bowl.  Mix well.  Drop by teaspoonful over the base, as evenly as you can over the entire base.  Take a butter knife and swirl the topping into the base.  Pop into the oven and bake for 28-30 minutes.

While the cake is baking, prepare the glaze and set aside.

Remove from oven and glaze the cake while still warm.


VERDICT
Well, as I posted on my Facebook page just after I pulled this cake out of the oven at 9:05 pm..."Oh dear...the Cinnamon Bun Cake that I just pulled out of the oven might not make it to morning...if it tastes half as good as it looks, it might be gone by midnight!"  Needless to say, I ate two pieces before bed that night.  And two more the next day.  It's that good.  Warm or room temperature.  So stinking good.  Quite the sweet treat, and a perfect pairing with a cup of coffee or a big ole glass of milk.  And all of the ingredients are staples in most kitchens. Wow...this could be dangerous!

135 comments:

  1. Okay. This looks fabulous! I'm pinning this for sure. I am going to make time to go back and try this out. It looks like it would be wonderful served warm with a glass of ice cold milk. Yep, this looks like the people in my house would love this.

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  2. That looks really good. I'm bookmarking this for later. I may try freezing it (before glazing) since I like to make a cinnamon cake in a mug (or cinnamon mug), but all that measuring for one serving can be a bit much. Tho you do get a cake in just minutes.

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    1. Let me know if you do try freezing it, would love to hear how it turns out.

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    2. This look incredibly! I can't wait to try it. Can you please tell me what icing sugar is exactly? Thank you!

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    3. What exactly is icing sugar?

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    4. This look incredibly! I can't wait to try it. Can you please tell me what icing sugar is exactly? Thank you!

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    5. Icing sugar is powdered sugar.

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    6. Icing sugar is powdered sugar.

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    7. Icing sugar and powdered sugar are the same thing.

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    8. Never heard powdered sugar called icing sugar. Learn something new everyday. Sounds yummy!

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    9. I decided that I am going to start baking my pins abs then do a board with a rcooment about my result. (While I can appreciate people commenting how yummy something looks, it drives me crazy to not see comments about how something turned out for someone who's actually tried the recipe.) Your recipe is the first I decided to bake and review, based on my personal results. So, I baked this today and had rave reviews! Thanks for the recipe! It was really cool how ''craters' were created when the glaze was added to the hot cake. We might try adding pecans to it next time to see how that tastes, too!

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    10. Powdered sugar is called icing sugar in Great Britain.

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    11. Currently in the oven!

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  3. Oh my YUM and Easy!! I pinned it! Thank You!

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  4. Looks so delicious! I know I could not stop after one slice. Its time for me to restock my brown sugar. Definitely going to make this soon.
    Stopping by from “Tuesdays Table”.
    Following you on GFC, Twitter, and Bloglovin.
    Have a great week
    Bismah @
    Simple Mama

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  5. I am drooling imagining how good this cake would be.. I'm thinking I'd like it as much as a very tasty sticky bun!

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  6. Is "icing sugar" the same thing as powdered sugar?

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    1. Hi Donna! Yes, icing sugar and powdered sugar are the same. Thanks for clarifying!

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  7. This looks absolutely awesome! My boys would LOVE this...so would I! :)

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  8. Oh my! My jaw dropped when I saw the first photo! Yum! Top 15 for sure!!

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  9. That looks delicious - and simple too - unlike many cinnamon bun recipes! This is going in my to-try binder!

    Thanks for linking up with It's a Mom's Life. I hope you'll join us again this week (starting tomorrow morning!)

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  10. Just pinned and shared on Facebook as one of this week's features at Freedom Fridays!!

    Hugs and thanks for sharing!!

    PS I have the coffee on, bring the cake!! :)))

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  11. Is icing sugar the same as powdered sugar?

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  12. That looks amazing!! It does sound dangerous haha

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  13. Sounds awesome I want to make for Christmas, I am not sure went to put the melted butter in?

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    1. Hi there! Add the melted butter last to your base. Hope you enjoy!

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  14. This looks so good and its made with all the kitchen staples, I have everything i need to make this right now, and I would but its too late :( I'll be trying it out soon anyways!

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  15. I want to make this for xmas morning, but am wondering if I could bake it a day or two ahead and then just reheat in oven xmas morning? Would it dry out if I do that? OR could I get it all ready the day before (minus any baking) and then bake it on Christmas?

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    1. Hi there! Yes, you can make a day or two ahead - just be warned that it might not last ;-) Sorry I was late answering your question. Hope you had a lovely Christmas!

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    2. I assembled all dry ingredients evening before and made the cinnamon topping. Process was so much quicker in the morning and less noise for the late sleepers!

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  16. This recipe is amazing!! Our usual Christmas morning meal is breakfast casserole and cinnamon rolls. I spotted this recipe and thought i would give it a try. So glad I did. Everyone loved it. So easy to make. I can honestly say i don't think i will ever make traditional cinnamon rolls again. Definately a keeper :)

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    1. Woohoo! Glad it's a keeper! It is for us too :-)

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  17. Okay,first off, I never ever reply. It's just not something I do but I've been compelled by forces of net and sugar to do so today. Okay.. there is only one poster who actually made this cake so for all my fellow posters who replied that this cake "looks so good", I'm here to tell you. . IT IS!! I made it with my goddaughter lat night and we feel in love with this recipe. When us and my boyfriend sat down to eat, you could hear the crickets. It was the most amazing thing. . I had EVERYTHING already in the pantry (no trip to the store which was perfect for our movie day in) and it was soo easy. I'm always on the look out for the "knock your socks off, didn't expect it to be that good, you can bring it to any party and it's gone" kind of dish and this. . Is it!!

    Many thanks from my family to yours!

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    1. SO GLAD that you liked it! It knocked our socks off too :-) Thanks for sharing your comment, I appreciate it!

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    2. Finally! My Gods, I wish people would chill with the "everything looks so good but I'm not willing to actually make any of it and report that it IS indeed wonderful" replies. It's such a waste of time. Now, I believe I will actually make this.

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  18. Just made it and it is delicious. Will be lucky to see the morning. This is a recipe that is easily thrown together in a pinch. A real keeper! Thanks

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  19. HOLY SHIT! I just had this come out of the oven and tasted it and it is AMAZING! It's definitely a little sweet for my liking so I'll probably tone down the sugar next time, but this is oh so scrumptious! I know it definitely won't last until morning! Thanks for the great recipe!

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  20. I bet this would taste great with chunks of apples in it. I think I'll try it that way :-) Thanks for sharing this recipe!

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  21. Made this tonight and everyone loved it! It was so delicious! Thank you for posting!

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  22. This looks good

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  23. I just made this. So easy & everything I had in the pantry. I even put 1/2 an appple YUMMY!! Thank you for sharing this recipe! :)

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  24. Icing sugar and powdered sugar are the same thing.

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  25. Just tried this recipe for the first time..I LOVE the texture of the cake, but it's a bit too sweet for me. Will definitely make again, but will cut back on the sugar and glaze a bit. Thanks for posting!

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  26. A friend of mine posted this recipe on Facebook so I tried making it last night. Reall delicious. I like the person's suggestion of adding apples and I might add walnuts next time but it is still good just as is. I did love that I had all the ingredients on hand already. Great with tea or coffee. Oh and I only used about half the glaze as that was plenty.

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  27. I put the cake in the oven at 350 degrees for 30 minutes but it's still way under baked. Maybe it's my oven?

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    1. Mine too was under baked @ 350 degrees. I baked mine for 45 minutes.

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  28. Scale back on the sugar , add more flavoring to the cake, reduce the butter it was floating on top......won't make this one again..

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    1. This is exactly the issue I had. I found the cake less than flavorful, excessively sweet topping and far too much butter and sugar. I'm adding cinnamon and t/4 tsp of cloves to the cake next time, chopping an apple coarsely to mix into the cake and cutting the butter and sugar for the topping by a full cup each. I wouldnt mind a few nuts but I'm concerned about the oil factor, since there was butter floating around. I love sweet buttery desserts but this was too rich for me. Tinker with the recipe until we strike a more personal balance for taste.

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    2. Recipe clearly said to mix the butter in last THEN pour batter into prepared pan.

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  29. Oh my good heavens, this is delicious! I subbed gluten free flour (1/2 rice, 1/2 baking mix) and it worked out perfectly. Thanks a bunch for sharing!

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    1. Hi Danica - quick question.. do you mean 1/2 c rice flour & 1/2 c gluten free baking mix or 1 1/2 c rice flour & 1 1/2 c gluten free baking mix (total of 3 cups of flour)?

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  30. Thanks! I love cinnamen buns too but they take too long when time is short.I am so making this for my hubby for dessert tonight.

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  31. I doubled the amount of cinnamon in mine. I just can't resist anything with cinnamon in it. Is it was awesome!

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  32. I doubled the amount of cinnamon in mine. I just can't resist anything with cinnamon in it. Is it was awesome!

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  33. I made this reciped for a get-together and had rave reviews and many requests for the recipe! It didn't last beyond the night. The best part, I had everything already, no trip to the store. Thank you so very much for a new addition that is easy and beyond yummy for our family and friend events. I hope you don't mind if I share it on my blog.

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  34. Just made this, easy to make and tasted delicious. After 30 mins of baking it was still jiggily and raw, put it in for another 5 mins and checked it, still not cooked in the middle. I was afraid the bottom and edges would burn so took it out and cut a piece off the end and the middle uncooked part ran all over. Put it back in the oven again for another 10 mins. Then it was done! Finally. Ice never had an issue with my oven and cook times before so I don't know why this took so long. But it did get the approval from my family. Very sweet though like others had said.

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  35. Made last night and the cake did not raise. Thinking did something incorrect. When make base last part the butter, do you mix it in with base or just pour on top of and then pour into pan? That was only part not quite sure what to do. Also the topping I might have mixed to much through base. Or maybe baking powder getting old but cake did not raise. Cooked little longer and still no raising. Please clarify if you think I might have done something incorrect. I want to try again.

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    1. Recipe says to mix everything for base and then mix in butter last. THEN pour the batter into prepared pan. Your powder is probably old or has been too close to a heat source, this has happened to me.

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  36. OMG!! Can I just say this was so good, I even liked the base before it was baked! Thank you so much for posting this! Easy, yummy goodness! :)

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  37. I'm so glad you liked it. It was risky making an untried recipe for a group of friends but I got so many compliments and requests for the recipe. I loved how easy it was too. Thank you so much for your comment!

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  38. I HAVE THE SAME QUESTION: WHEN YOU ADD THE BUTTER LAST TO THE BASE, DO YOU MIX IT INTO THE BASE OR JUST LEAVE IT ON TOP AND POUR INTO THE DISH?

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  39. Three thumbs up from this house!

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  40. Absolutely delicious!

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  41. This was amazing! It was so easy to make. I might try adding raisins, coconut and pecans next time.

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  42. Im sorry to ask. But I am new at this. Please explain part base. Do I put butter in with base and mix together before putting in pan, or do I just put it in, and it will pour out over the buttered pan so it will have more butter on bottom of pan. That will be 1 and 1/2 cups of butter on bottom of pan

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  43. Im sorry to ask. But I am new at this. Please explain part base. Do I put butter in with base and mix together before putting in pan, or do I just put it in, and it will pour out over the buttered pan so it will have more butter on bottom of pan. That will be 1 and 1/2 cups of butter on bottom of pan

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    1. I was about to print this out to make for the second time and saw your comment, wanted to help so you can make it! For me, you just add all the base ingredients except the butter (just as stated). Then when they are all blended, you add the melted butter. Mix well and then pour the batter (including the mixed in butter) into the pan. The butter is blended in well with all the other ingredients-not just poured on top. I think the reason is the eggs. This way the eggs are blended into the mix so that when the melted butter is added to helps them not to be "cooked" from the heat of the butter if still warm. Hope this helps.

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  44. This is just TOO good!!!!! Made it for my grandmother's birthday for the intire family! I added apple and served it while it was still a little bit warm. Delicious!! Thank you so much!

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  45. SOOOOO Yummy! So Easy!! :)
    http://tulipsandpianos.blogspot.com/2014/08/cinnamon-roll-cake.html

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  46. I added pecans and a little apple pie filling to the topping, crazy good.

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  47. Is "vanilla" vanilla extract or the real vanilla sticks? Can you leave it out or add something different as replacement?

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    1. Hi Lisa, I use vanilla extract. Thanks for checking!

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  48. Made this yesterday super easy and to die for, the guys kept going on and on about how delicious it was, keeper for sure, thanks for sharing!!!

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  49. Just baked this sweet heaven! Amazingly yummylicious

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  50. I made this yesterday. Sad to say, but nobody thought it was so great. I think the amount of butter in the topping was way too much. And for some reason, my kids asked me if there were nuts in it (they do not like nuts). I will be sticking with my actual cinnamon bun recipe.

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  51. Thinking I did something wrong when I swirled to topping through. The cake rose above my topping. Haven't taken it out of the oven yet, but hopefully it will still be good.

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  52. Made this Saturday night and it was absolutely fabulous!!! Thank you so much for sharing. Super easy!

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  53. Just made this cake today and it is sooo delicious!! Thank you for sharing the recipe-I recommend everyone bake this, you will not regret it!!

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  54. i just made this and it is sooo delicious!! thank you for sharing this recipe, I will be making this again, super easy!!

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  55. Our Cinnabon makes the buns with a cream cheese icing. I would do this recipe but frost with a nicely whipped cream cheese icing instead.

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  56. second time making this it is so good making it to take to school for a meeting thanks for the recipe

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  57. Hi T_T
    i made this and id just like to say i died
    it was so good,man.Try it warm with vanilla ice cream and you'll pretty much abandon everything and start worshipping it.It was amazing,and it's super easy and no-fail.Everyone complemented it and had seconds.Thank you so much.

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  58. Just made this.. oh man smelled good bakin and could wait for it to cool off... I add one cup of chopped walnuts and add half a cube of cream chesse to the icin.. will make again and again

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  59. I made this to bring to a friend's house. Everyone loved it, and it was super simple to make. Thank you for the recipe! It was only 4 of us, so I actually halved the recipe, we only have 1 tiny sliver left....

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  60. OMGOSH! This was so yummy!!! My husband who is extremely picky, wanted to actually have a bite and loved it!!! I will keep this recipe! So easy to make but only problem was that it came out funky because I over mixed the brown sugar butter with the batter, but oh well it taste delicious!!! thanks for the recipe!!!

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  61. Thank you this was so good. I halved the recipe, just seemed like I can reduce the butter in the topping. Now I am going to try and freeze half:)

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  62. Do you think I could prepare the batter the night before I want to serve it and put it in the fridge? Then bake the cake in the morning. It would be great to bake the cake just before I want t serve it!

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  63. Made this for my family for breakfast and we all said WOW! This is so delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
    Janiene

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  64. AMAZING. I never reply to these things. BUT this is absolutely deserving :-)

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  65. I just made this and it's really good. Thanks for sharing the recipe! Mine didn't turn out like yours. Most of my topping ended up on the bottom of the pan during the baking. Maybe it's because I over cut the topping into the base? I also used margarine, do you think that would make a difference with taste, baking, etc?

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  66. This Cinabun Cake looks delicious.
    I am going to have to make this.

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  67. I'm not surprised this is your #1 recipe! It sounds amazing and I look forward to trying it!

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  68. OMG! These look amazing! I can taste it now! My husband and I love cinnamon buns so definitely going to try these!

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  69. Yes, I have everything I need to make this at home. I just love recipes that don't require that I buy fancy stuff that I'll never use again. Can't wait to try this recipe!

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  70. Thank you for posting this recipe,I cant wait to make it over Easter break...yummy it looks delicious

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  71. That looks DELICIOUS! I have bookmarked it so I can easily find it later. I am definitely making this soon :) (Andrea amy)

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  72. This looks delicious! Gonna have to try it real soon! Michelle

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  73. This looks absolutely wonderful! It would be perfect for a brunch potluck :)

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  74. Ohh that looks so warming and delicious!!!

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  75. Thank you for bringing my attention to this recipe. I can't wait to try it out! So many recipes and so little time...

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  76. Don't have brown sugar can I use regular sugar instead?

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  77. This looks so delicious! And bad for dieters!

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  78. That looks so yummy. I will have to try making this.

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  79. We have a young lady at our church that pinned this recipe, then brought it to a dinner. It was the BEST dessert she has ever made.

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  80. Mmmm! This looks even better than cinnamon buns, and easier to make. I'm pinning this one. Thanks!

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  81. These do look delicious. I love Cinnabon and have made cinnamon rolls, yet this is so much easier looking to make. Need to try it out.

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  82. Mmmm yummy, looks fantastic! I have 2 always-hungry kids in the house who would definitely enjoy that for snacks & dessert. Okay, mommy wants it too haha. I like that there are no raisins in it (not a fan). Looks delectable!

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  83. This was amazing! So glad I came across it. Thank God for pinterest!

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  84. Made this today for a mid-morning brunch. Of course I had to taste it before I shared, and really really wanted to keep it at home for us. But it's simple to make, so I'll make it again to keep at home. No wonder everyone raves about it --it's delicious!

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  85. I too bad to 're read that again. Thought it odd to put butter on top. I also scaled back on the butter for the topping and sugar. Too much butter for my liking. It's in the oven as I type. Can't wait to try!

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  86. I love this recipe! It was delicious and easy to make. I used a mixer and melted the butter after mixing the first ingredients and then mixed in the melted butter. I also baked it longer, like maybe a full 35-38 minutes, because I tested it with a toothpick. It didn't burn at all and was perfect. Everyone that tried it said it was delicious also. Made it last nite, it's gone and there's another one in the oven right now. Thank you for a wonderful tasty cinnamon treat.

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  87. Absolutely scrumptious!!! Just made it. Its pure comfort food and will not last long.

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  88. I've made this now twice and my family loves it. My only change was I used 1/2 cup butter instead of 1 cup for the topping mixture. We are so happy you shared your recipe, thank you!

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  89. tried it today. Wonderful, but it took almost an hour to cook all the way through. Thank you for sharing

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  90. Love it and have made it several times. Sometimes, I use a good box vanilla cake - Like French Vanilla and add additional vanilla. never had leftovers when I have made it. Excellent for a brunch item. LOVE IT!

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  91. Just made this and wow....looks delicious and my kitchen smells devine......I have a convection oven so it only took 25 minutes to bake.....this is a keeper ...thanks for posting...

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  92. Just popped this in the oven!! Easy prep! Can't wait to see how it turns out!!

    Gloria๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿด

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  93. So was looking for a recipe to make today with ingredients I had in my pantry and I came across this one. Made it exactly the way the recipe stated and it wasn't completely cooked. I had to cook it for 45 minutes to get it done. I took this dish over to a friend's house before testing it myself and they loved it. One of the added whip cream on top of it. Actually said don't leave it because I will eat it all today. I didn't try a piece until I got home and it was a little sweet for me but my hubby said all the more for him!!! Will definitely make it again.

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  94. Just made this! I'm a huge cinnamon fan, and was really craving cinnamon rolls, but didn't want to heat up and MESS up the entire kitchen on a hot summer day. I made it as directed, but only added pecans to the top before the glaze. I made it in a pressure oven, and it turned out beautifully---fluffy and and delicious! Am planning to serve this warm, with ice cream to dinner guests next weekend. Thanks for sharing!

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  95. Just put this in the oven. I added chopped apple to the topping. We'll see how it is and if our company tonight likes it.

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  96. Will be Makin this soon then will get back with u ... my son seen this and said Mom u gotta make this for me.... ..

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  97. I just put mine in the oven not even 15 minutes ago and it already looks and smells delicious. I can't wait to taste it. Thanks so much for sharing this awesome recipe!!!

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  98. just got the recipe yesterday and it just came out of the oven tonight, man it looks beautiful and smells soooo goood i can hardly wait to eat it,,,I know it is going to be delish

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  99. Looks delish, but three sticks of butter....really? and I am not even counting all the sugar. Cardiologist dream recipe.

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  100. YUMMY!!!! I just finished baking this cake.... AMAZING !!! my whole family loved it !!! Thank you very much for the recipe!

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  101. I made this with gluten free flour. It was wonderful.

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  102. I can walk away from candy any day BUT not a cinnamon roll. This looks so delicious.

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  103. I just made it this morning and brought it to work. It was a COMPLETE HIT!!!! But, mine did not look the picture and I need it to look like the picture!!!! LOL. I will continue to make this until it looks just like the above pic.

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  104. Made it! It was awesome. Thanks

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  105. Absolutely awesome!

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  106. made this it was really good its a good coffee cake.

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  107. I make some fantastic cinnamon rolls but I gotta tell you, they take awhile to make and they're a bit involved. THIS looks fabulous! I can't wait to try this and share with my friends. Thank you for posting!

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