Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Bacon Cinnamon Rolls with Maple Icing (Easy, No Yeast, and Mini)

Yep ... I went there. 


These are so easy that it would be a crime not to make them.  

Mini Bacon Cinnamon Rolls with Maple Icing
(Also known as ahhhhh hell yeaaaah)
(Adapted from this recipe)

Rolls:

1 tube of Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
Cinnamon
Brown Sugar
Crisp Bacon

Take the dough out of the tube and make it into a ball.  Roll the dough out and cover it with cinnamon, brown sugar and crisp bacon.  Roll the dough and slice into 12 equal pieces.  Place into greased muffin tin and bake @ 375 for 12 minutes.  Let cool for a couple minutes then pop out of the pan with a spoon.

Maple Icing:

1 T milk (I used Vanilla Almond Breeze)
1 tsp real maple syrup
3/4 cup icing sugar

Whisk together and pour over warm rolls.

I only used a couple slices of this bacon and then devoured the rest.  Yes, I like my bacon almost burnt.
 
 

Get in mahhh belly!


What are you waiting for?  MAKE THESE!

Like the idea of baking with bacon?  So. Do. I.

7 comments:

Kacy said...

I can only imagine what a hit these must be with bacon lovers!

Why am I here??? said...

Ummmmm yum! That recipe is so simple that I could make it. I would have never guessed that you didn't knead the bread while slaving away in your kitchen. Nice work Jolene. And I too love my bacon extra crispy.

Fanta said...

And then my stomach said... it's just a little bit of bacon, we won't tell anyone! he he This looks so good, I think I will have to make them, (forgive me piglet)

sophia said...

OMFG!!!!! jolene!!!! That looks magnificent!!!!! I love bacon-infused food! Aaaah!

Lisa from Lisa's Yarns said...

Holy yum! I should tell my mom about these! She made cupcakes for my brother-in-law with bacon in them... she'd love this recipe!

Anne Marie said...

OMG these look fantastic! I need to make these!

Lisa said...

Yes I LOVE cooking with bacon! A friend made bacon brownies that I enjoyed before going gluten-free and your rolls remind me of that sweet & bacony goodness. I save bacon fat to smear over roast chicken.