Now, when it comes to snacking (one of my personal favorite hobbies, after sleeping and coffee, the multi-tense verb), I’d prefer a bag of potato chips or pretzels any day to a bowl of ice cream or a couple cookies. That said, my sweet tooth is nothing to shake a stick at, and if I can find a dessert that knocks out two sugary requirements in one, more power to it.
Fortunately, the Keebler elves are friends to all, especially with their new Cinnamon Roll Cookies. Keebler describes the delicious duo as “A soft swirl cookie with Cinnabon cinnamon, drizzled with cream cheese flavored icing.”
Hold up, elves.
Are you saying that in addition to a cinnamon roll, and a cookie, your dessert is topped with brand-name goodness? I hope y’all plan on going out of business, because as far as I’m concerned, this is just as good as opening a tiny Cinnabon in my otherwise unremarkable kitchen.
Apparently these little dudes (the cookies, not the elves, don’t be weird) taste like heaven when warmed up in the microwave. A hybrid cookie that’s eco-friendly? Maybe. Delicious? Definitely.
H/T + PicThx Serious Eats
St. Patrick’s Day is the best! It’s the one day a year that I feel justified proving to everyone that I am, in fact, wearing green underwear. (Totally kidding, Mom, totally kidding.) And now I have one more reason to absolutely LOVE St. Paddy’s: Chocolate Guinness Cinnamon Rolls with Baileys and Jameson Cream Cheese Frosting.
Beer and booze for breakfast? Yes, please! It’s everything great about the Guinness, Baileys, Jameson combo that is so popular this time of year in one gooey and awesome morning (or anytime) treat.
Chocolate Guinness Dough
Jameson and Cinnamon Sugar Filling
Baileys Cream Cheese Frosting (adapted from Angie’s Pantry)
Baileys Cream Cheese Frosting
Optional step: Unhinge jaw, shove frosting covered cinnamon roll in face, and repeat.
Lots of ingredients and steps to get there, but lots of reward at the end. Irish I was eating one right now.
“Classy” as in creamy vanilla swirled in honeyed, sweet gingerbread sauce and garnished with a generous helping of delicious gingersnap cookie crumbles is in a sense, some stylish holiday fast food stuntin’. And dahlin’, that’s just Burger King‘s Gingerbread Cookie Sundae. Their Gingerbread Cookie Shake consists of hand-blended vanilla soft serve with a dose of gingerbread syrup and topped with a sumptuous amount of whip cream and gingersnaps.
Oh, and just for kicks, Burger King will be serving Cinnabon Minibon Rolls baked fresh daily. You know, the same Cinnabon rolls you pass at the mall and feel a jolt of temptation when you get a whiff of their cinnamony, sugary smell.
As with all good things, these sweets will be available for a limited-time only.
Nothing is better than freshly baked cinnamon rolls in the morning. But what’s even better than that is this No-Knead Cinnamon Rolls recipe from our friend Beth at Budget Bytes. This recipe is perfect for the holiday season because not only is it easy, but it costs $0.15 per serving. Your wallet and stomach will thank you from this breakfast favorite.
I feel as if that these cream cheese cinnamon rolls surpass the typical “craving” posts we have. This is something I’d probably give up a baby kitten for. Yes I went there with the kitten. But in all seriousness, these look amazing. (Thx lisaiscooking)
I don’t mess with that cinnabon stuff, I make sure my cinnamon rolls are the freshest of the fresh. Every year for Christmas my mom makes cinnamon rolls, and since you know it’s now pretty much June I’m going to have to settle for Pioneer Woman’s. Enjoy because while you do that, I’m going to go to the store and buy some cinnamon rolls.