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Holy Cow Cinnamon Roll Casserole


Updated May 10, 2016
(16 Votes)


Holy Cow Cinnamon Roll Casserole
Holy Cow Cinnamon Roll Casserole
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One bite of this Holy Cow Cinnamon Roll Casserole will be enough to convince you that this is possibly the best breakfast recipe ever invented. Not only are the flavors beyond delicious, but this breakfast casserole recipe is also incredibly easy to prepare. Made using Pillsbury refrigerated cinnamon rolls, whipping cream, and maple syrup, this luscious breakfast bake is pure perfection. The next time you have brunch with your friends; this is definitely the recipe that you want to bring along. You could even prepare this dish ahead of time and then pop it in the oven for the perfect weekend morning treat. But who said you can only eat this cinnamon roll casserole for breakfast? Save this sweet treat for the evening and serve it as a dessert after a family get-together. Your guests will be raving over this decadent dessert. Holy cow this casserole is good!

Cooking Time: 25 min

Cooking Vessel Size: 9 x 13 inch Baking Pan

  • 2 tubes of refrigerated cinnamon rolls with icing
  • 4 eggs
  • 1/2 cup whipping cream
  • 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla
  • 1/2 cup chopped nuts
  • 1/4 cup maple syrup
  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Spray a 9 x 13 inch baking dish with cooking spray.
  2. Lay the refrigerated rolls into the bake dish (see note) and set icing aside.
  3. In a medium bowl, beat eggs then beat in cream, cinnamon, and vanilla. Pour over the rolls and sprinkle with the nuts. Drizzle syrup over the top.
  4. Bake for 20-25 minutes. Cool for 15 minutes, then drizzle warmed icing over the top.

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  • If the rolls do not fit in one layer, or you do not want individual “servings”, simply cut the rolls into pieces and lay the pieces in a single layer in the bottom of the dish and then proceed as the recipe directs. 
  • This recipe was inspired by Lindsay from Normal Cooking and her recipe for Crazy Good Cinnamon Roll Casserole.




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Next time I'm going to make this with walnuts instead of pecans.

This cinnamon roll casserole reminds me of the holidays. It's a special treat to share with family.

Love cinnamon rolls, and love this casserole even more! Makes serving brunch to a crowd super easy!

I liked this casserole. It was more "bready" than typical cinnamon rolls, and it's light on the frosting, which can be nice depending on the occasion.

When I die, I want to be buried with this casserole. Perfectly cakey, and I love the crunch on top.

I definitely prefer my moist, squishy cinnamon rolls over this, but it was still good.

This would be the most perfect brunch recipe. The casserole was soft and sweet and there wasn't too much cinnamon. I loved it!

I've made something similar to this for a holiday gathering and it always goes over well. I love the flavors in this dish. You can even add things like extra glaze or add apple pie filling for even more flavor!

Holy cow was this delicious! It melted in my mouth! If you serve this at a gathering, you are sure to be asked for the recipe.

Yum! This was quite good. I'll never go back to regular cinnamon rolls again )

I believe this is a Cinnamon Roll Casserole.. With those 3 words It would be disappointing if this recipe wasn't unhealthy. I had a great time eating this.

If you don't have anything nice to say then don't say anything at all. Pictures, no pictures, healthy, not healthy, if it doesn't work for your lifestyle then just move along, we don't need the negative commentary. Thanks Lindsay for another "keeper" recipe!

Not a healthy recipe, but I have never been a healthy eater. It's kind of funny but the food I was eating for the first 50 years of my life were suddenly proclaimed to be hazardous to my health based upon one study or another, but now twenty years later a new study indicates that the original studies were in error and that those foods are not a hazard to my health. Thats okay, I paid no nevermind to the original studies.

Where is the Print icon?

@Sharonmcole the print icon is at the top of the recipe, second button from the left.

I think you should post a larger picture for your recipe. A lot of people including myself will only try new recipes if they can see how it's suppose to look when done. Your picture is too small to see and not worh sharing on Pinterest because of the photo size.

Click the link to go to the recipe. On that page, there is a perfectly acceptable picture of the full casserole, and a larger version of the picture shown above, which shows a single serving. However, be aware that this is NOT a healthy recipe. There is far too much sugar and starch in it. I would not make the whole recipe based on that alone. I might - as a rare treat - make a smaller version of this, perhaps 1/3 of the recipe, which would be only 4 servings. And then, I would freeze half of that for a later treat. There are only two people in my household, so we would never need 12 servings of something we should not be eating in the first place.


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