Do you remember when Hardees first came out with their
cinnamon biscuits? They sold them 2 in a box for 99 cents and they were sooo good! Our family loved them. But as time went by, the biscuits kept getting smaller and the price kept going up. So, no more early morning trips to Hardees! I decided to try to make them at home. I usually make "hand squeezed" biscuits, but I decided to try canned biscuits for the consistency. They were a hit from the very first attempt. I still remember how surprised I was when they actually turned out! :-) We had them for breakfast this morning, so I thought I would share the very easy recipe.
1 8 ct can "grand" size biscuits (I use store brands)
2 -3 tsp margarine
1/2 cup brown sugar
2 tsp cinnamon
1 cup confectioner's sugar
2 tbsp milk
Place biscuits on ungreased cookie sheet two inches apart. Smear margarine on top of each biscuit. Mix brown sugar and cinnamon. Spoon brown sugar mixture on biscuits (about 1 tbsp each). Bake at 375 for 11-13 minutes, until sides of biscuits are lightly brown... do not over bake! While they are baking, stir milk into sugar until smooth and icing will drizzle from spoon. Drizzle heaping tsp of icing in circular motion on top. Enjoy!
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