Recipe by JJOHN32
"Great for a holiday brunch."
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cream cheese, softened
packed brown sugar
maple flavored syrup
This was delicious, but it took a lot of preparation. The wait was worth it.
These turned kind of dry, but they were still good.
Was looking for something quick with no time for cinnamon rolls waiting for yeast to rise and this was it. Had no walnuts on hand so only used the regular pancake syrup on hand mixed with some melted butter with the brown sugar. Still turned out excellent with rave reviews from the family. Thanks for the great recipe, have added it to my favorites.
I took these to a Thanksgiving breakfast and they were devoured, I will have to make them again so I can have more than one. I did everything but bake them the night before and they were still great, I was afraid they wouldn't do well sitting in the refrigerator all night but they were wonderful. Use real maple syrup, I doubt the faux-maple flavored syrups would be good.
Nice treat Eleanor, and fairly easy to put together. Best if eaten the same day baked. The next day were'nt quite as good. Thanks.
This was NOT fool proof. My dough was too sticky and fell apart when i went to twist it. Cream cheese went everywhere. In the end I just threw it all in the pan thinking at least it would taste good. It crumbled apart after I baked it and tasted too sugary sweet for me.
I think the amount of milk needed may need to be adjusted depending on what type of baking mix you are using. Next time I think I will add bit by bit until the dough is moist. Other than that, the taste is good and the recipe is easy to follow!
This is a really creative recipe! I like the idea of it, but I didn't love the end result. It definitely had that distinctive baking mix flavor for me. My husband didn't taste that, but he thought they were too sweet. So, neither of us particulary loved this. The only change I made was to use sliced almonds instead of the walnuts. Thanks :)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 56
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