Do you believe in magic? If not, I think I can change your mind. What if I told you that you can create an entire sweet, moist cinnamony-sweet loaf of glazed cinnamon bread without ever really doing anything??! It’s true~I’m a little embarrassed by this recipe, simply because it’s SO easy, that it almost seems like a cry for help…haha!
Err..I’m not kidding! This bread requires that you do NOTHING! Well, almost nothing, unless you consider opening a package and pushing your oven’s buttons doing ‘something’. BUT, other than that..you do NOTHING!
Oh well, we can find better things to do with our time anyway..right?! That’s right..like eating this bread, and sharing this bread..and taking credit for this bread, even though we did ..nothing for it. 🙂 We didn’t knead it, we didn’t let it rise, we didn’t have to punch that air bubble out of it, (or whatever that punching thing is that real bakers do)…This is my kind of bread!
So, get in the kitchen and do nothing as well…soon you’ll be sinking your teeth into the sweetest, fluffiest, moistest, warmest glazed Cinnamon Roll Bread you’ve ever NOT made! It’s MAGIC! 🙂
What you’ll need:
4 Rolls of Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls (8 count)
A Bread Loaf Pan..standard size!
Open the Cinnamon Rolls
Place them down into the Pan..you literally don’t even have to separate them…just plop them in there. All four packages, evenly stacked. I did 2 rows..2 high.
Bake it at 350 for a good hour, making sure to cover the Bread at the halfway point. If you want the center to be a bit more moist, take it out sooner, if you’d like it to be fully bread-like.leave it in until it’s firm all the way through.
Let it cool!
Gently flip it out of the pan..it should come right out!
Now frost it with all of the enclosed Icing you got inside those Cinnamon Rolls…
Slice it up!
Eat it up!
Thank you for the recipe. One question: when you say to cover at half way point, do you mean to cover it with foil?
how many slices do you get from this bread?
that would depend on how thick you slice them…I’d say 6-8 on average. 🙂