looking back: mini cinnamon rolls

This post originally published on a previously-owned blog and was imported here to simplify my life. My family eats much healthier than this nowadays, but I include this post for memories and history. I hope you enjoy the content!

As I mentioned in my first post, I decided to clean up the site and start it fresh. These “looking back” posts will be fairly frequent as I catch up my collection of recipes on here…

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Unfortunately, unless I make the dough from scratch, this particular recipe is impossible to create in Quito. At least, I am unaware of any store selling tubes of crescent roll dough… However, I am so used to having to make dough (pies, pizzas, etc.) from scratch that maybe I’ll just need to make these again soon!

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From the original post:

These little babies were a cinch to make.  My brother dropped by after I had made them, ate one and was moderately pleased.  When I returned from an errand a little bit later, there were only a few left.  Hmmm…  Apparently they were better than he let on!

I’ve never actually made normal-sized cinnamon rolls from scratch so I can’t fully compare, but I sure prefer eating the mini ones better!  I love bite-sized foods. 🙂

The maple-flavored icing was the kicker.  The perfect touch.  And I’m not usually a huge maple fan!

The idea came from Pinterest and the recipe from this blog. Seriously just make this next time you need a quick breakfast/brunch crowd pleaser.  The 8 minutes is completely worth it.

P1080307 rapturePrint/download the recipe here: 2014-04 mini cinnamon rolls

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