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Apr
18
2011

Itty Bitty Cinnamon Roll Bites

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Desserts

Who says cinnamon rolls have to take all day to make?  You will be in and out of the kitchen in about 30 minutes with my Itty Bitty Bites.  I’ve used Pillsbury’s “Simply” biscuits to create these adorable bite size cinnamon rolls.

No kidding, I made these for an afternoon snack for the kids and their friends last week and by the end of the night all 60 bites were gone.  They are a fun snack and sweet dessert for any party.

Be sure to check out my Pesto Chicken Thighs with Italian Cream over Parmesan Couscous that I developed for Kraft Philadelphia!

Take a peek at how easy these are…..and enjoy!!

Line-up:  Left- brown sugar, butter, biscuits, cinnamon, powdered sugar and heavy cream.

 

Here are those biscuits and new line by Pillsbury I love.  No trans fats, no high fructose corn syrup, no artifical flavors or colors.  Yes!

So, you’ll press out the biscuits with your hands to about 3 inches wide, then spread with butter.

 

Sprinkle with brown sugar.

 

Sprinkle with cinnamon.  I LOVE this Roasted Saigon Cinnamon from McCormick Gourmet.

 

Starting at the bottom, roll up each biscuit.

 

All rolled up!

 

Slice 1/2 inch pieces, about 6 per biscuit and bake for 16 to 20 minutes.

 

They’ll look like this :)

 

Time for the drizzle!

 

Seriously!

 

I love these little rolls.

 

Cutest darned things ever….and they are mighty tasty too.  Enjoy!!

 

Itty Bitty Cinnamon Roll Bites

One can Pillsbury “Simply” refrigerated biscuits, 10 count

5 tablespoons softened butter

1/4 cup packed light brown sugar

2 teaspoons McCormick Gourmet Roasted Saigon Cinnamon

1 cup powdered sugar

5 to 6 tablespoons heavy cream

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. and line a large baking sheet with non-stick cooking spray.

2. Unroll biscuits onto a clean countertop and press out with fingers to about 3 inches wide. Spread each biscuit with 1/2 tablespoon of butter then top evenly with brown sugar and cinnamon. Starting at the bottom of each round, roll up jelly roll fashion with seam side down on countertop. Use a sharp knife and cut 1/2 inch slices and place onto prepared baking sheet. I cut 6 slices per biscuit making 60 small cinnamon rolls. Bake for 16 to 20 minutes, until light brown and cooked through. Remove from oven.

3. Place powdered sugar and heavy cream into a small bowl and whisk until smooth. Drizzle glaze over hot rolls. Let cool for 5 minutes before serving. Best served warm with a tall glass of milk!

Makes 60 itty bitty bites

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*Disclaimer: I am part of the McCormick Real Gourmet Blogger Program and am being
compensated however the thoughts and recipe are my very own.

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  1. 51

    What a geniusly dangerous idea!

    P.S. Why are mini things so cute?

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    Gail B says:

    I just made these tonight! You’re a genius! Mine didn’t look as pretty but they tasted soooo good :)

  3. 53

    I could pop a few a these in mouth right now! Love the idea of mini!

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    Vaishali says:

    I made them last nite…oh soooo good and so easy. I wanted to post a picture on your facebook page..but it won’t let me..:(. Love your recipes always!!

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    Jenny: these are too incredibly bite-able!!!
    Like you, I always like to turn every recipe in the mini version :)
    It’s great to meet you (I am also a speaker at BlogHerFood, and can’t wait to meet you in Atlanta next month)

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    Jo F. says:

    I made these for my hub and me for Easter breakfast–we enjoyed them very much. Mini-sweets like these are the way to go, because you can eat as few or as many as you like. Thanks for a fun recipe!

  9. 59

    Adorable! Perfect for a weekend brunch!

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    I made these yesterday and they were SO yummy and SOOOO quick and easy!! Loved it, thanks!

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    Tarrah Dame says:

    Oh my gosh these are so cute! Love!
    <3 DameGoodEats

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    Sarah says:

    I just made these for breakfast the other day. They are delicious! We can’t stop eating them! They are so easy too!

  20. 70
    Amanda says:

    I am dying over these… so gorgeous and genius!!

  21. 71
    Jenifer Morris says:

    I have not read any of the previous comments, so please forgive me. But do you need to grease the jelly roll pan if you are not using or do not have a silpat? Thanks!

  22. 72
    Missy says:

    I made these last night for a volunteer breakfast at our school. I love them because cinnamon rolls are always too big and you never really need a whole one. These are perfect because you can just have one or two….or 10!!

    They were a huge hit and I will definitely make them aagain. Very kid friendly too, can’t wait to make them with my kiddo!!

  23. 73
    Lynna says:

    i made these twice already, and they always get eaten within 2 days! i love them! aha, i can really eat these all day! <3 these are now on my favorites list! thank you so much for sharing! & your directions & pics make your recipes easy to follow!

  24. 74
    MSG says:

    These are too cute! I will definitely try your recipe. Thanks for sharing! BTW, where did you find those adorable little pots? I need them in my life!!!

  25. 75
    Denise says:

    Thank you for this visual,I never “got” how they made that roll shape, now I see it and it’s so easy! Will definitely make some. You have such fun recipes, thanks!

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    lou says:

    this is genius!! unfortunately in germany we don’t have buttermilk biscuits but maybe i can find something similar. i LOVE cinnamon rolls! thank you for the inspiration

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    lou says:

    oooooooh i just checked the german pillsbury site and found out THERE ARE those biscuits. YEAH YEAH YEAH i’m even more happy to have found your recipe!! my friday just became more fabulous!

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    Ashley says:

    Just made these for my family (added chopped pecans) and they were gone in seconds!! Thanks for the recipe :)

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  37. 87
    Erica says:

    Wow they look so yummy and easy to make…. thanks :-)

  38. 88
    Deb says:

    awesome rolls I think I used to much butter on them cause they really easily burned some of the bottoms. but very good

  39. 89
    melissa says:

    how many calories are in these?

  40. 90
    h k says:

    Is the butter in here salted or unsalted? :) I’m a relatively novice baker, though I can cook pretty well. I can never tell what requires salted or unsalted butter unless specified!

  41. 91
    Tiffany says:

    I just made these except I used pilsbury grand rolls. These were delicious! I couldn’t stop eating them, at least they were mini cause I had four! OMG!

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    Ruth says:

    Wow, these were so super easy to make and the cute factor was impressive. Plus, easier to keep the portion size under control for my 5-year old than handing him a ginormous cinnabon! I forgot to do the glaze, and honestly, no one even noticed!!

  44. 94
    Erin says:

    Might want to revise the time on these. My first batch came out like hockey pucks (baked 16 minutes). I baked the second batch for 10, and they were perfect. My oven temp is correct.

    Other than that, great recipe!

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    Anne Giblin says:

    Wow love this recipe! I made it this morning. My two kids and husband loved it! I added pumpkin spices , nutmeg and raisins … Gone in few minutes!

  48. 98
    Lee says:

    You never list the baking temp?? Or am I missing it?

  49. 99
    mary says:

    those were so easy and yummy and not quite so fattening as some others.

  50. 100
    ShellyAnn says:

    I made these at 8 pm this evening because my child was looking for something sweet. I had all the ingredients on hand and it took longer to cook them than it did to make them. She loved them so did her dad! Perfect for an on the go breakfast too. Thank you for posting this recipe! I will use it often I am sure!

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