Breakfast cinnamon roll casserole

Kathleen Blumenthal
I love to cook and expand the boundaries of cooking
cinnamon roll casserole

If you love cinnamon rolls, you will love this recipe too! Can’t decide between toasts and cinnamon for breakfast? You don’t have to make a choice with this quick and easy recipe. You should take frozen cinnamon rolls to save even more time.

This is perfect for a large family as a morning treat, delicious brunch or a snack. Surprise your family or your guests by combining everyone’s favorite dishes into one flavorful casserole. It is sweet, mouth-watering and irresistible combination. It smells great, too!

Breakfast cinnamon roll casserole

This breakfast cinnamon roll casserole has a fun twist that combines classic French toast and cinnamon rolls into one flavorful dish. It's very easy to make and it tastes amazing. Give it a try, it's bound to become your new favorite!

Course Breakfast
Cuisine French
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 45 minutes
Servings 10
Calories 339 kcal


For the bread:

  • 8 eggs
  • 125 ml sugar
  • 125 ml milk
  • 15 ml ground cinnamon
  • 1 ml baking powder
  • 1 loaf cubed bread

For the cinnamons:

  • 60 ml melted butter
  • 60 ml brown sugar
  • 15 ml ground cinnamon

For the frosting:

  • 15 ml softened butter
  • 15 ml softened cream cheese
  • 250 ml sugar
  • 15 ml vanilla
  • 15 ml milk


  1. Take a baking dish and spray it with oil. Make the bread by taking the large bowl and whisking all ingredients together. Add bread cubes and toss everything. Every cube should be covered in the mixture.

  2. Pour the mixture into the dish. Let it sit overnight or for at least 4 hours in the fridge. Preheat the oven to 350F.

  3. Make the cinnamons. Take a bowl and combine all the ingredients. Pour the mixture over the bread cubes.

  4. It takes 40 minutes to bake the casserole. If you like your casserole to be like a bread pudding, you should cook it for 30 minutes. If you leave it for 45 minutes, it will be more dry and crispy. 

  5. Cover the casserole with the foil at the end of baking if the top gets too brown.

  6. Finally, prepare the frosting. Mix all ingredients with a hand mixer. The mixture should become creamy. You should be able to drizzle it over your casserole. Put it into a ziploc bag, cut off the corner and drizzle the mixture. Of course, you can always add it on top with a spoon. Serve warm.


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