These easy biscuit cinnamon rolls are AMAZING.
If you’re looking for an easy cinnamon rolls recipe that requires no yeast, no rising and absolutely zero fuss, then DING DING DING—you’ve found a winner!
There is nothing like the aroma of freshly baked cinnamon rolls wafting through your kitchen. I mean, I have a candle sitting on my office desk called cinnamon roll, which may give you a little insight into how much I truly adore this dessert recipe.
The thing is, who wants to spend all that time making cinnamon rolls from scratch?
In the memorable words of Sweet Brown, “ain’t nobody got time for that!”
I’ve seen recipes similar to this one floating around on Pinterest for several years now. In case you haven’t tried making these biscuit cinnamon rolls yet, let me tell you, they are SO good.
My family loves when I whip up a batch of cinnamon rolls for breakfast. It’s usually something I save for Saturday mornings when we’re not in a rush to get to school or work.
Finish your easy cinnamon rolls with an equally simple homemade glaze using just powdered sugar and a little milk.
You could add a little more cinnamon to the glaze if you’re feeling crazy. Topping with chopped walnuts or pecans would also taste great.
If you like my easy biscuit cinnamon rolls recipe you’re going to love my apple pie bites made with Pillsbury Crescents!
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Hope you enjoy this sweet dessert recipe!
Easy Biscuit Cinnamon Rolls
Quick and easy cinnamon rolls that you can make using a can of biscuits!
- 1 8-pack can of refrigerator biscuits
- 2 tablespoon butter, melted
- ¼ cup granulated sugar
- 1 ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 1 cup confectioners’ sugar
- 1 to 2 tablespoons milk
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
- Open the biscuits and separate them. Leave them out at room temperature for 15 minutes to warm up.
- Place each biscuits side by side with the sides touching each other, then press and pinch together.
- Using a rolling pin, roll out the biscuits until flat and the dough is in the shape of a rectangle, it’s ok if the sides are uneven.
- Using a pastry brush, apply the 2 tablespoons of butter over the top of the entire piece of dough.
- Mix together the sugar and the cinnamon. Sprinkle over the buttered dough.
- Roll up, beginning from one of the short ends. Using a sharp knife, slice the dough into 1-inch pieces. Place rolls in an ungreased 9-inch oven safe dish.
- Bake for 18 to 20 minutes.
- Mix the confectioners’ sugar and milk until smooth. Drizzle over rolls while they are still hot.
36 Comments on “Easy Biscuit Cinnamon Rolls”
I made these this morning – they are Absolutley delicious and easy 😄 I added a little lemon extract to the icing-Magnifico! Thanks for sharing .
AAMMMMMAAAAZZZZING! we added 1/4 cup of heart whipping cream to the top before baking and these came out delicious! This is just what my craving needed, thank you thank you! My sons rates them a A++!
Heavy whipping cream not heart sorry auto spell correct! Hhaa
My husband loves cinnamon rolls, but they take so much time. These will be desert for dinner with double Vanilla ice cream.
If you can make them up the night before and refrigerate them do you need to let them come up to room temperature to bake them?
Thank you for this recipe. They were delicious. I think they taste better than the store bought ones. I definitely will make these from now on instead of buying them. And, I did not know it was that easy to make icing. 😀 Thank you for sharing.
Just made them for the first time, I crushed up some glazed pecans and sprinkled over the top of glaze, Amazing!! Thanks for sharing recipe.
I just finished baking your cinnamon rolls…can’t say thank you enough. Wonderful flavor, and easy to make. It made me proud to show them to my family. 🙂
right now, and I just finished baking, and eating your wonderful, delecious c rolls. I’m family thanks you, or at least they will after they taste them..Big thumbs Up..
On my way to make them yum
so i love this my sister made me some and showed me the website i was sick this just made my day thx so much they are really really really good
These are very easy and delicious, plus they are even good as leftovers, which canned cinnamon rolls are not! I make these for my teenaged son as a treat. I use the Aldi’s jumbo biscuits ($.79) much cheaper and way better than the already canned cinnamon rolls. Thanks!
Can these be made the night before or even made and frozen?
Could you add diced apples to recipe!
I veganized recipe by using plant based milk and butter and used pumpkin spice as a sub for the cinnamon. Was really good!
These were so easy and fun to make and awesome!!!!!!!! Thanks for much my son ate them all up! My husband and son fought over the last one! Delicious!
Super easy and delicious !! I also added walnuts (on half , for the wife) and a little extra cinnamon !!
I started baking at 14, now at 63 I do it to relax, being from my neighborhood it wasn’t cool for boy to bake, but as I got older the ladies like .y cookin’ and bakin’ especially my homemade apple crisp.
The ladies do love it when the man cooks. :)
May I have your Apple crisp recipe please?
My husband is only gets 1 day off and we were sitting here drinking coffee when he said he’d really like some cinnamon rolls! I knew I’d be able to find a quick easy recipe but wasn’t sure how good they’d be. Yours are delicious!! Thanks for sharing!
This recipe is perfect. Thank You.
My son liked them! Easy & quick, I like them too…..to much!! Lol! Thanks!!
I made these tonight with a small (5 biscuits) can and sort of eyeballed the ingredients from there. They were so easy and yummy! I did add a dribble of vanilla and teaspoon of sour cream to the icing and it was amazing. Also topped with the only nuts I had on hand – sliced almonds. Highly recommend! Thank you!
Can these be rolled up at night and baked the next morning?
Can these be made the night before?
Can these cinnamon rolls be made and frozen
Was a really easy recipe to follow! Turned out great. I used brown sugar instead of regular and added in a little more cinnamon. The recipe didn’t state how thick to make the dough when you rolled it out, so I just guessed and did 1/4 in rectangle. I also rolled it up starting on the long end instead of the short end for smalller rolls. Made 12 smaller rolls. So yummy and good, I didn’t even make frosting for them!
So easy and delicious
Made this. Super easy. I added raisins & pecans and added a little cinnamon to the glaze.
This is the easiest recipe. Simply delicious. I add pecans? love it.
They look delicious and easy to make. Can’t wait to try the cinnamon recipe.
My grandson loved these!! Thank you. :)
This looks real good like your many other delicious recipes that I made & loved, like you spinach cream cheese roll, & those delicious apple tarts to fir for. Thank you Crissy.
I would love to the the Cinnamon Rolls, it looks like a super easy recipe. Thanks for sharing :)