Saturday, July 17, 2010

Easy Cinnamon Rolls


I'm a lazy creature, I will admit it. Sometimes, I have no desire to spend the time in the kitchen to create the food i want.

This is where a recipe like this one comes in handy.

Instead of working with a yeast bread, which I have no skill for, you use a can of crescent rolls. I always have a slew of those in my fridge!

What you'll do is roll ot the crescent dough into a large rectangle and smush all the seams together. Smear with butter and cover with a cinnamon sugar mixture. Roll it up, and probably make a mess of your kitchen counter. Then I grabbed some floss and sliced off about 1 inch sections.

Cook for a little while, and you've quickly got cinnamon rolls! And I'll admit, they aren't as good as a yeast recipe that takes time, but they're still good!

  • 1 tube crescent rolls
  • butter
  • cinnamon
  • sugar
  • frosting
Open the crescent package and lay the rolls out into a rectangle. Seal all the seams together. Spread some butter on the dough, and sprinkle with a cinnamon sugar mixture (brown sugar is great too!). Roll up into a log, and slice into 1-2 inch sections. Place rolls, touching, in a pan with parchment paper on the bottom (to prevent a sticky clean up). Bake for 10-12 minutes at 375
degrees. Drizzle with frosting.


  1. Oh my goodness, this looks SO DIVINE!!!!! I love cinnamon rolls and easy ones to boot. I will have to try this for my family. Thank you!!!

  2. It is a easy recipe and so delicious.

  3. this looks awesome delicious and easy!

  4. Oh, my mouth is watering just looking at that picture! Thanks for the great recipes.
    Nominated you for an award:
    Holly T.


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