Mini Cinnamon Rolls! This one of those recipes to stick in your back pocket. My mom started making these for us when I was in college, so I have to give her full recipe credit. However, I do like to add my own little secret ingredient to the frosting, which I’ll share with you if […]
Mini Cinnamon Rolls! This one of those recipes to stick in your back pocket. My mom started making these for us when I was in college, so I have to give her full recipe credit. However, I do like to add my own little secret ingredient to the frosting, which I’ll share with you if you keep reading! 🙂 These little guys are good for a pick me up, like when your husband comes home from one of those tough days at work. Or if you’ve been waiting on something for a long time and you need a little happy in your day. But they’re also good for the days that are already wonderful and you just want a cherry (or a tiny cinnamon roll) on top! This would also be a really fun activity for any married/engaged/dating couple!
But I did make these for Kenton this week. When he came in the door after work I handed him a plate of mini cinis and honest to goodness he ate the whole thing. It was a major day maker for him. And these little guys are almost (alllmost) guilt free because they’re so MINI! They’re also just so easy because chances are you may already have all of the ingredients in your fridge and pantry.
Ingredients and Instructions:
1 can of Pillsbury Crescent Rolls | 4 T brown sugar | 1 t cinnamon | 1 T butter | 1 T flour | 1/2 c powdered sugar | 1 T heavy cream
Melt butter in a bowl. Mix in brown sugar, cinnamon and flour. Unroll crescent rolls on counter or wax paper and press the seams together. Spoon sugar mixture over dough, then roll up, slick with a dull knife (about one inch long pieces) and place on a cookie sheet. Bake at 350 for 9-11 minutes. While the rolls bake, mix powdered sugar and cream and 1/2 t almond extract (if desired) in a bowl. I’ll often use more cream for my desired texture. When the rolls finish baking, let them cool for one minute. Transfer to place and spoon icing on rolls.
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OMG! I’m in love and I haven’t even tasted them! Beautiful photos too! Will be trying this next weekend!
Yay! Let me know how it goes!!
Girl, you make we want to go home and bake!!
Yes do it! It can be such fun way to practice self care, too 🙂
These look amazing!!
They will not disappoint!
oh my….now I have a craving! great blog post!
Thanks a bunch! Yes they’re definitely worth it!
These look absolutely delicious and so fabulous of you to share your recipe!! Thank you !!! Beautiful images of your yummy treat.
Thank you so much!! They’re a crowd pleaser for any group 🙂