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Even includes the waffles posted here with a sauce. Heaven help us! Wink

http://www.pillsbury.com/recip...dient/cinnamon-rolls
 
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Y'all are more than welcome for me starting this frenzy! Smile
 
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I've seen where you can flatten them in a pie pan and use them as a pie crust.... yes sounds good with an apple pie!
 
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Ya, you ARE the guilty party.
 
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Sherry, you sure did!

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Is this the peer pressure our mothers warned us about? Smile
 
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Huh?
 
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Anyone catching the Pillsbury crescent roll recipe segments during the T-day parade on CBS? Oh, the possibilities. Smile
 
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I spread the "good news" at the Thanksgiving gathering at my stepDs. I didn't know any of her friends so had a whole new group of victims - er - rather - new friends to influence. I saw some of the men's eyes perk up of the cinnamon roll waffles! LOL Just my job as the "mother/granny" of the house...you know what they say about age and wisdom...thank goodness for me the gray hair hasn't set in yet. Wink
 
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Tried the cinnamon rolls cooked on the waffle iron this morning. The boys and men liked them. Dh ate two and dgs#3 ate one and half. Extras will be eaten later. I wish I could have tried them, but can no longer tolerate cinnamon. Bummer!


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Big Grin But bummer that you can't tolerate cinnamon any more. Frown
 
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Wow...have never heard of a cinnamon intolerance. I HAVE heard that cinnamon is good for you health wise tho.
 
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Results in bad indigestion. A neighbor couldn't eat the cinnamon raisin bread I was giving them. Said it gave him indigestion, too. It is no fun not being able to eat things you used to eat and enjoy.


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There are always exceptions to the rule especially if other contributing factors come into play, but generally speaking, cinnamon is good for digestion. This is but one of many articles on the topic boasting the benefits of cinnamon.

http://www.foxnews.com/health/...stion-with-cinnamon/

Sorry to hear some find it an unpleasant experience to eat things made with cinnamon.
 
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The following article pinpoints that cinnamon may cause or contribute to heartburn in some people.

http://www.livestrong.com/arti...mon-cause-heartburn/
 
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