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Thank you for this recipe. I had 2 tubes of refrigerated biscuit dough left over from another recipe and this did the trick. I didn't have an orange to make zest so I used 1/4 tsp of orange oil. The flavor was great. Reminded me of orange glazed donut holes. About 1/2 cup of sugar was left when I finished rolling the dough but this may be because my biscuit tubes were only 7.5 oz each instead of 10 oz. This was easy and called for few ingredients. The whole family enjoyed it and it didn't last long. Thanks again!
I made this today for a dutch oven gathering and they all loved it. I had some come back many times. I followed the recipe with no changes except I cooked it outside in my cast iron dutch oven. It's a nice change. Will be making this again.
I don't use canned biscuits but rather a homemade sweet dough for the base but the rest of the recipe is excellent. Perfect for those of us who have to cook for cinnamon haters. The entire pan was consummed Christmas morning.
Rating: 5 stars
It is delicious!!! I add Grand Marnier in with my orange juice and don't do the orange zest. Nice touch.