I don`t know if you guys know, but I love cinnamon rolls. They are one my favorite foods, ever. Since I`m relatively new at baking, I have yet to make my own cinnamon rolls with yeast and all. It`s not that I`m scared of yeast, it just the waiting time... I`m sort of impatient and can`t wait 3 hours or so for the dough to rise.
I can wait 24 hours to bake cookies, but only because the waiting time is so long, it`s like I`m not even baking anything that day!
Not sure about you, but I`m terrible at multitasking. When I do laundry, I really can`t do much in between waiting for washing and drying cycles. It`s 38 minutes to wash and 45 minutes to dry. Doing homework and reading my textbooks in between cycles doesn`t work for me because it takes me about 45 minutes to start concentrating! Then, by the time I`m concentrated and ready to read, I have to go put my clothes the the dryer.
For some ridiculous reason, I start doing random things and never finish anything when I`m waiting for baked goods. An example: I start washing the dishes, but stop soon after because I`m scared of not hearing the timer go off. It`s weird (i.e. I`m weird), I know.
Anyways, this is why I have yet to try making real cinnamon rolls and all I do is try to find cheats.
Yesterday, I just received my copy of Jenny`s new cookbook, Picky Palate! I`ve mentioned before how I love reading her blog. When Amazon had a $5 off coupon, I jumped on the deal and bought it on Wednesday (sorry, the deal is not available anymore).
So today, I thought it was fitting to share with you a recipe from her blog that I have tried 5 times!
Itty Bitty Cinnamon Roll Bites! Cute, right?!
I have to share these with you because this recipe is one of my favorite finds from a food blogger. Plus, it`s so simply and wonderful!
They are simply adorable and super addicting! I`m warning you now, so don`t say I didn`t warn you. :D They`re so small that I just keep eating them. Whenever I make them, they disappear immediately. Once, they disappeared in about 15 minutes (only 4 people were eating them).
I have tried this recipe using Pillsbury "Simply" Biscuit rolls and Pillsbury Biscuit roll (regular) and they both work!
Itty Bitty Cinnamon Rolls
From: Picky Palate
Yields: 70 servings
Total Time: ~35 minutes
- baking sheet
- 1 small bowl
- 1 whisk
- baking sheet
- parchment paper
- 1 knife
§ Go to Jenny`s blog Picky Palate.
1. Go to Jenny`s blog Picky Palate.