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Some packages could contain plastic pieces
Certain packages of Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls with Icing have been recalled.
General Mills' frosted cinnamon rolls are a really quick way to get a hot, sticky sugar fix, but the company has announced a voluntary recall of certain packages over fear that the dough could be tainted with bits of plastic.
According to The Huffington Post, General Mills has recalled eight-count single packages of Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls with Icing with "better if used by" dates of October 30, 2013, and October 31, 2013. It also recalled any two-count packages with dates of October 18, 2013; October 26, 2013; and October 31, 2013.
No other dates are included in the recall, and only the regular Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls with Icing have been affected. Other cinnamon bun products, including the flaky cinnamon rolls and Pillsbury Grands cinnamon rolls, were not affected.
According to General Mills, the recall is a precautionary measure being taken because they found a broken piece of plastic on the production line and are concerned that fragments could have made it into the dough.
Anyone who has purchased an implicated package of cinnamon rolls should contact General Mills for a plastic-free replacement.
If you were planning on celebrating the return of fall flavors with a batch of cinnamon rolls, check the packaging first. According to the Associated Press, Pillsbury had to recall its cinnamon roll dough because certain batches were contaminated with pieces of plastic. Affected products include the Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls with Icing in single eight-count and 2-pack sizes. The recall for the single packages have "better if used by" dates of October 30, 2013, and October 31, 2013, while the tainted 2-packs have "better if used by" dates of October 18, 2013, October 26, 2013, and October 31, 2013.
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General Mills is recalling some refrigerated Pillsbury cinnamon rolls because the dough may contain plastic pieces. The products being recalled, Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls with Icing, include 8-count single packages and 2-packs. Other Pillsbury products are not included in the recall.
NEW YORK (AP) — General Mills is recalling some refrigerated Pillsbury cinnamon rolls because the dough may contain plastic pieces.
The products being recalled, Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls with Icing, include 8-count single packages with better if used by dates of October 30, 2013 and October 31, 2013 and 2-packs with the dates October 18, 2013, October 26, 2013 and October 31, 2013.
Other Pillsbury products, such as Pillsbury Flaky Cinnamon Rolls and Pillsbury Grands! Cinnamon Rolls, are not included in the recall.
You can make it better by whipping up a delicious cream cheese frosting. With that, you can put plain cream cheese frosting or even add a twist to it—for instance, fresh orange zest or maple syrup.
Since you can use any frosting to your Pillsbury cinnamon rolls, coat the cinnamon rolls when they are hot from the oven. Doing this will melt the frosting into all the crannies and nooks. In addition to that, moistening the dough and softening the edges.
Also, Pillsbury cinnamon rolls do not necessarily need to remain in their original form. For this reason, you can use a waffle iron to produce crispy outer surfaces before you drizzle it with frosting.
In addition to that, it helps the Pillsbury cinnamon rolls to have a protective layer that prevents them from staling and drying.
Yes, it is both tasty and appealing. Likewise, it is irresistible that you have to take a bite of its glossy glaze and beautiful spiral-shaped roll. And I promise you, after that single bite, you cannot get enough of it.
Likewise, you will crave its crispy and flaky texture for days, not to mention its caramelized bottom.
It is also a famous brand of cinnamon rolls that is relatively sweet, and the rolls are incredibly delicious. Because of this, it is the perfect sweet breakfast pastry.
There are about 140 calories per serving with frosting for eight cinnamon rolls. In addition to that, there are 9 grams of sugars, 2.5 saturated fat, and 350 micrograms of sodium.
You can take time to make your homemade frosting. For instance, chocolate or cream cheese frosting and add it to the Pillsbury cinnamon rolls. In addition to that, add dark chocolate chunks or chopped nuts.
Moreover, you can put additional spices such as ginger and cardamom. Likewise, you can even add other extras in the insides of the Pillsbury cinnamon rolls.
With that, you can put some chopped persimmon, pear, apple, or some well-drained and defrosted blueberries, but it is best to use fresh ones. Then, add a teaspoon of cinnamon. After that, a tablespoon of brown sugar.
Afterward, unroll the dough, softly press the fruit inside, then re-roll it. Lastly, bake as instructed in your homemade Pillsbury cinnamon rolls recipe.
Yes, and it is pretty much easy to do. First, remove a small portion of cinnamon roll from your tube of Pillsbury cinnamon rolls. Then, please put it in a tiny dish.
Afterward, please place it in the microwave for 45 seconds to a minute for it to cook, and after that, you can enjoy it.
With that, keep in mind that each microwave varies, so this could mean that it could take more or less time for the Pillsbury cinnamon rolls to cook for others.
My favorite breakfast on the planet is a perfectly made latte and crisp, golden pain au chocolat, the kind that shatters crumbs all over whatever you're wearing and oozes melted dark chocolate in the middle.
This version gets you pretty close in around 15 minutes flat. Making faux pain au chocolat is as easy as starting with your favorite chocolate bar and those same rectangles of dough that we used for babka buns.
Cut your chocolate bar (you can use chips, too, if that's all you have on hand) into batons and place one baton in the middle of your dough.
Fold the rectangle over the chocolate in thirds, and bake.
This shape works well with most fillings, including ham and cheese, peanut butter and jelly, or in my most recent version, crunchy peanut butter and chocolate chips.
I absolutely love Pillsbury’s Cinnamon Rolls with Icing but lately I haven’t been eating them every since my husband came up with his own recipe using Abuelita’s chocolate and cinnamon for the filling…remind me to share the recipe because it is to die for!! Anyways…for all you Pillsbury Cinnamon Roll lovers a recall has been issued for a limited quantity.
These are the ones involved in the recall:
|Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls with Icing||30OCT2013 and 31OCT2013|
|Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls with Icing 2-pack||18OCT2013, 26OCT2013 and|
Apparently, the dough may contain fragments of plastic from a broken piece from their production line. If you have any of these products involved in the recall contact General Mills for an immediate replacement by calling 1-800-775-4777.
This was a doughy mess unfortunately. I followed the instructions completely and they were completely inedible.
I increased cooking time to 19 minutes. Came out perfectly. Such a soggy mess when I checked after 13 minutes— I thought no way is this edible.
I think it either needs longer cooking time or natural relaease. I found a recipe with more like 18 minutes at pressure and it worked with Trader Joe’s cinnamon rolls. I’m trying with NPR today.
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These can be made in your Air Fryer or Ninja Foodi using the air crisp function. With either appliance, all you need is the air fryer basket, no extras are needed.
These are the perfect addition to your list of Ninja Foodi Recipes too!
We spray the basket with just a bit of coconut oil spray, then place the cinnamon rolls right in the basket. The basket is the perfect size to fit the entire batch of Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls.
1 roll of Pillsbury Crescent Seamless dough sheet
2 Tbsp of melted butter
1 Tbsp Skim milk or water
1/2 tsp of vanilla
3/4 C of powder sugar
If the mixture seems too thick, add small drops of liquid until the icing gets to a point that it streams off your spoon smoothly. If you want to get adventurous and add a wonderful flavor to your icing, add 1 tbsp of maple syrup to your icing. This smells and tastes AMAZING.
Before you start cooking anything, make sure to spray the air fryer basket with a non-stick cooking spray.
Pop open the canned cinnamon rolls and set aside the icing package for later.
Add the cinnamon rolls to the air fryer basket in a single layer.
Cook the cinnamon rolls in the air fryer at 350F for about 10 minutes.
Once they are done, remove the baked cinnamon rolls from the air fryer and put them on a serving plate.
Spread the icing over the cinnamon rolls and enjoy!
I think it&rsquos safe to say that these air fryer cinnamon rolls are just perfect on their own!
With that being said, I sometimes like to mix things up and serve them with different things. It just depends on what time of the day I plan on eating these Pillsbury cinnamon rolls.
If I plan on eating these for breakfast, I like to sometimes surprise my family and serve it as a pastry-style breakfast with a side of some crispy air fryer bacon and fruit. The sweetness of the icing on the cinnamon roll with a hint of spiciness from the cinnamon paired with the saltiness of the bacon is MAGIC! You have to try it!
I also like to whip up a batch of my homemade iced coffee latte to drink while I eat this super-indulgent treat. You can make this latte for breakfast or an afternoon snack.
If you are planning to serve these fluffy cinnamon rolls as dessert after dinner time, I would serve these with a side of scooped ice cream. Or, I&rsquoll make an extra batch of creamy icing and serve it to dip the cinnamon pieces in or drizzle over the top.