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Guest Cathmom94

I made these this morning and they were fabulous. Everyone in my family loved them!

 

Gooey Cinnamon Rolls

10 servings, 1 point

60 ½ Calories, 1 gram Fat, 0 grams Fiber

 

1 (7.5) oz can Pillsbury refrigerated buttermilk biscuits

¼ cup Slenda - 1 ½ tsp Cinnamon

40 mini-Marshmallows

 

Preheat oven 400* Spray 10 wells of a 12 hole muffin pan with butter flavor cooking spray. Separate and flatten each biscuit into a 4-inch circle. In a small bowl combine splenda, & cinnamon. Dip each biscuit into mixture. Place 4 marshmallows in the center of biscuit and bring the edges up to form a ball. Place in the muffin tin seam side down.

**Bake for 8-10 minutes**

Remove from pan immediately and cool on a wire rack.

Enjoy

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Guest p.c.

That sounds SOOOO GOOD!!!

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This does sound great, and I have everything here to make it today. Thank you! kiss.gif

 

Hugs,

Dawna


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These turned out to be really good. Definately worth that 1 pt. They really hit the spot. Thankyou for the recipe. thumbup.gif


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Yum Yum! I can not wait to try these. I'm a sucker for cinnamon rolls!!! Especially 1 point rolls!

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These sound wonderful, can't wait to try them.


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Guest judyo53

The only point friendly thing I can think of is using Davinci syrup somehow in the middle (I have Caramel flavor, I'll have to try that next time I make them). True caramel uses sugar, butter & cream (I think).

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These are so good! I tried them the other morning. The only complaint would be they are a tad dry, so this morning I tried them again. After flattening them out I sprayed a few squirts of parkay ff butter spray on both sides then dipped them in the sugar/cinnamon mix and then after putting them into the muffin tins sprayed a couple more squirts. These came out moist and very very yummy.

 

Kristen


SW 245/CW 153/GW 150/

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These are a hit at my house. It's been ages since I've made them. Maybe next weekend-yum!


Lori

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These are delicious!! I made them this morning and they were absolutely incredible! I added some 'I can't believe it's not butter' ff spray and they were very moist. A quick and easy breakfast...I'll be making these a lot! :jump_jack


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Guest Brucifer

Tryed a new spin on this one....

 

 

Same base of 7.5oz can of pilsbury buttermilk biscuits.

 

skip the marshmellows and instead of using a cupcake pan use and 8 or 9 inch round layer cake pan. Spray can with Pam or something similar. Place biscuits in a round wheel pattern. I put two in the middle and 8 around them to form a circle in the center of the pan.

 

Melt 2 Tbsp of Promise FF Butter and spread on the top of the Bisquits. Sprinkle cinnimon on top of biscuits. Add 1/4 Cup of Sugar Free Maple Syrup. Bake in the oven at 400 for 10 to 13 Mins. Remove from oven and add another 1/4 cup of Sugar Free Maple Syrup. Leave in pan to cool for about 5 to 10 mins.

 

There you go, 1 point sticky buns....

 

Bicuit 50 Cal

FF Promise 1 Cal

SF Syrup 2-6 Cals

 

Max Cals per serving 57 Cals

Min Cals per serving 53 Cals

 

FF Promise Cal is based on 10 Cals for 2 Tbsp divided by 10 Biscuits

 

SF Syrup Cal is based on 10 to 30 Cals per 1/4 cup serving divide by 10 Biscuits. I have scoured the brands and I've noticed this much difference in the Cal count on them.

 

Try it out let me know what you think. My GF and I made these Sunday night and throroughly enjoyed the treat.

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Yummy sounding! With all the ingredients I love! Another good recipe for this weekend! Thanks for sharing it!


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I will have to try these!!!!!!


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Guest dishguyswife

sounds like a keeper for Sunday mornings! :D

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Guest Julie83318

I can't wait to try this it sounds so good.:)

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Hi,

 

OMG these sound fab,only I don't use artificals sweetners :( Anyone know what amount of sugar I would sub for 1/4 splenda?

 

Thanks,

Tanya


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SW- 179.4 lbs

CW - 165.4 lbs

GW - 130.0 lbs

down - 14 lbs

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Tanya,

 

I believe that splenda and sugar are substituted equally because I actually used aspartame and used the conversion of 1/4 c. sugar to get the amount I used and it seemed right.

 

 

Stephanie,

 

the biscuits are 2 for 110 calories 1.5 fatand no fiber (10 biscuits in a pack), the marshmallows are 100 calories no fat or fiber for 2/3 c. (you don't even use a whole 2/3 c) so the recipe would be 650 calories and 7.5 grams of fat, so it's 1.4 pts per roll.


SW 245/CW 153/GW 150/

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I made these and at first they seemed dry so I took 2 tsps of splenda and a splash of milk and mixed them and poured a tiny bit on the top of each one, o boy o boy o boy is all I can say. Make sure you just use a very tiny splash of milk or you could use water.

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yeah, I couldn't believe how good they were either. Mine were dry too that's why I use the fat free butter spray on them. plus it adds even more flavor I think just the butter flavor makes them seem even more sinful = )

 

Kristen


SW 245/CW 153/GW 150/

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I can't wait to try this recipe. 1 pt. cinammon rolls seem too good to be true. I was think of dipping them in sf davinci caramel before the splenda and cinammon. Can't wait.


Laurie

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Guest Rubydoo

I made these a couple weeks ago and we just loved them. Now my husband has been begging me to make more, but I'm out of Splenda. I guess I need to make another run to the grocery store. :-)

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