Yesterday I told you about getting to meet Heather from Dollar Store Crafts at the premiere party for her new show, Get a Little Creative. And as you all know....a party isn't a party without great food! The night before the party, I was stressing a little about what to bring because I needed to bring something either awesomely creative or super tasty....but I had no time to invest in making something awe-inspiring. I didn't have time to run to the store, either, which meant I needed to come up with something great using items I already had on hand. A tall order!
I remembered I had a roll of low fat crescent roll dough in the fridge and with some pantry staples figured I could gussy them up a bit to make something. A little of this and a little of that and these babies were born. And boy were they awesome! They turned out even better than I had hoped. Plus they were easy and quick to make. I'm sure they will be making appearances at future potlucks and fall food events this year!
- 1 roll refrigerated crescent roll dough (low fat or regular)
- Approx 2 Tbsp softened butter
- Approx 4 Tbsp granulated sugar
- Approx 1 Tbsp ground cinnamon
- 1 cup powdered sugar
- Approx 2 Tbsp milk or milk alternative
Yield: 20 mini cinnamon rolls
I hope your family will love eating these little cinnamon rolls for breakfast on a cool fall morning or for an after-school snack.
This week I am sharing my recipe with these great parties. Follow the links to add your great project or recipe to the mix as well!