Crock-Pot Cinnamon Sweet Roll Casserole

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Crock-Pot Cinnamon Sweet Roll Casserole

Crock-Pot Cinnamon Sweet Roll Casserole


2 8ct Packages Refrigerated Sweet Rolls
5 Eggs
2 Teaspoons Vanilla Extract
2 Teaspoons Ground Cinnamon
1/4 Cup Stick Butter
1/2 Cup Milk
1 Cup Chopped Pecans (optional)


  1. Line the bottom of the crock-pot with foil for easy removal or use a heat safe casserole dish that fits in your crock-pot.
  2. Melt butter and poor into bottom of crock-pot.
  3. Open your refrigerated sweet rolls and set the Icing aside for later.
  4. Cut your sweet rolls into 4 equal pieces.
  5. Place the sweet roll cut pieces into the crock-pot (no specific order but covering all open spots)
  6. In a bowl beat eggs, milk, cinnamon and vanilla extract.
  7. Poor egg mixture over the sweet roll pieces in the crock-pot.
  8. Sprinkle chopped pecans on top (optional)
  9. Cook with lid on , on HIGH for 1 hour and 30 minutes or until the middle is no longer doughy and springs back to the touch.
  10. Remove from crock-pot.
  11. Heat your icing containers in the microwave for 15 seconds (might have to do twice), but be careful so you do not melt the containers.
  12. Pour the icing over the sweet rolls.
  13. Serve.

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  1. Nina says

    I was really excited to make this for a potluck brunch. An hour and a half was wayyyy too short. It’s been in the crockpot for almost 4 hours on high and is still gooey in the middle. The edges seem like they will be overdone by the time the middle is ready. Needless to say, it never made it to the potluck, which was over 2 hours ago. I had high hopes for this dish since it was so easy to put together.

  2. CindyB says

    Sounds wonderful. Will try it. BTW “pour” is what you meant I think, because poor means “having little money or worldly goods”.
    Thanks for sharing.

  3. Joe Doyen says

    When you ask for an 8 ct. of refrig. cinnamon rolls, do you mean like the pillsbury ones? Or do they have to be baked already? So already in bread form??? Thanks!

    • Lady Katie says

      It does not really combine. But the eggs cook in and around the rolls. Similar to any of the other egg/milk casseroles.


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