Mini Cinnamon Roll Fondue
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Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls
can (12.4 oz) Pillsbury™ Refrigerated Cinnamon Rolls with Icing
tablespoons cream cheese, softened
teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
Sprinkles chopped nuts and for dipping
inch wooden skewers or lollipop sticks
Preheat oven to 400°F and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Open cinnamon rolls. Take each cinnamon roll and unroll it, cutting it into 4 segments about 2 inches long. Roll up each mini cinnamon roll and place it on the baking sheet. Bake for 5-6 minutes or until golden brown. Cool slightly and place each roll on a wooden skewer or stick.
For the Icing Dip: Heat icing for about 10-15 seconds so that it's a thinner consistency for dipping.
For the Pumpkin Dip: In a small bowl combine pumpkin, cream cheese, powdered sugar, and pumpkin pie spice.
To enjoy your Mini Cinnamon Roll Fondue, dip rolls in pumpkin dip or icing. Dip again into nuts or sprinkles, if desired.
More About This Recipe
- Everything is better on a stick, right? And with our Mini Cinnamon Roll Fondue, double dipping isn't just okay, it's encouraged!If I had to name one food that I cannot leave alone, it would be a cinnamon rolls. Although chocolate chip cookies come in a close second, nothing beats a warm gooey cinnamon roll.I love food that is interactive and gets the conversation going, and this Mini Cinnamon Roll Fondue does exactly that.Start with a package of Pillsbury™ cinnamon rolls.Once the mini rolls have baked, place each one on a wooden stick.We've got icing, pumpkin dip, sprinkles, and nuts for toppings here, but you could use whatever you can dream up!Icing is the obvious choice for dipping, and it did not disappoint.And as always, sprinkles make everything better.But I have to say that the pumpkin dip with nuts on top is pretty darn tasty.Whether you're thinking breakfast, brunch...or dessert, who can say no to a warm mini cinnamon roll on a stick?More Breakfast YumsShake it up a bit for breakfast! Try a few of these unique breakfast eats.
Mini Cinnamon Roll Fondue - Recipes
Remember fondue? It’s that social way of eating where you dip all sorts of nibbles and small bites in gooey melted cheese or decadent melted chocolate. You may not know this, but you can also enjoy fondue for dinner by dipping/cooking thinly sliced meats and par-cooked vegetables in either hot broth or oil. This means that you can make a full three-course meal (or even more) entirely out of fondue.
Aside from being downright delicious, it’s a fun, interactive way to eat with friends. If your heart yearns for that melted goodness, here are ideas and recipes for planning an old-school fondue party!
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- 1 (8 ounce) package refrigerated crescent rolls
- ¾ cup dark brown sugar
- 2 tablespoons ground cinnamon
- 1 cup confectioners' sugar
- 2 tablespoons milk, or more as needed
- ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Unroll crescent roll dough onto a silicone baking mat or lightly greased work surface and separate into 4 rectangles firmly press diagonal perforations with your fingers to smooth them out.
Mix brown sugar and cinnamon together in a small bowl sprinkle mixture evenly over rectangles.
Roll each rectangle into a log starting from the longer side cut each log into 1/2-inch thick slices. Arrange mini cinnamon rolls close to one another on the baking sheet.
Bake the mini cinnamon rolls in the preheated oven until golden, 10 to 13 minutes. Transfer baked rolls to a plate and set aside to cool for 1 minute.
Combine the confectioners' sugar, milk, and vanilla extract together in a small bowl to make a smooth icing. Pour icing over warm rolls.
How to Make Mini Cinnamon Rolls:
Start by smacking open a tube of crescent roll dough. (File that under top 5 most satisfying feelings in life.)
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Place half the dough next to each other then pinch the seams together.
Next, take a rolling pin then roll the dough into a smooth square about 1/4″ thick.
Brush on 1 Tablespoon butter then sprinkle with cinnamon and add a dusting of brown sugar. No need to measure – just go with your gut!
Roll the dough into a log then cut into 8 even slices.
Place the rolls into a non-stick sprayed mini muffin tin then bake for 8-10 minutes, or until golden brown.
Aren’t they the cutest? I can’t even describe how delicious they smell warm out of the oven!
As the mini cinnamon rolls bake, mix up a quick icing made from maple syrup, powdered sugar, and a little bit of milk. While the cinnamon rolls are still warm, drizzle a teaspoon or two of the icing on top of each one.
Ring around a Rolls (with cheese fondue)
Ring around a Rolls. A cheesy name for a cheesy dish!
Silly? YES. Stands the chance of people not getting it? Most definitely.
But that’s a risk I’m willing to take because its so darn cute! And this is actually after resisting the urge to name them ‘rollsie.’
I was gonna call them: Mini Fluffy Dinner Rolls Ring with Cheese Fondue Dip.
Self explanatory? YES. Boring? Absolutely.
And this dish right here, is anything but boring. Its fun and festive and deserves a cool name even if it sounds cheesy.
Plus it is in fact a”cheesy” dish, so here’s my justification right there. No harm done. We good now?
This is a cheese and bread lovers’ dream come true.
Fluffy dinner rolls shaped into bite-sized portions so you could eat 12 without feeling guilty. It’s all about “portion control” right?
The dinner rolls are all dressed up for a special occasion in a ring, ready for some melty cheese to fill the hole in the middle.
And not just any cheese. Cheese fondue baby!!
Virgin cheese fondue to be exact…so anyone, including kids, could dip in without worry.
Being alcohol-free myself, I was ecstatic to find a cheese fondue recipe without wine at one of my favorite blogs Mel’s Kitchen Cafe. This recipe ditches the alcohol without compromising flavor or texture. Its still creamy and stringy and so good.
If your fondue maker is too big to be placed in the middle of the ring. Serve it on the side. Its ok, it will still be purty.
Don’t have a fondue maker? No problem! Just place a round piece of Brie or Camembert cheese (with the top sliced off) in the middle of the ring before it goes into the oven. That way the bread and cheese will bake together and the cheese will get all so gooey and bubbly.
Another option are spreads and dips. Think flavored butter, olive oil mixed with balsamic vinegar and parmesan cheese shavings (YUM! a personal fav), olive paste, pesto, it’s your ring, you do whatever you wanna do with it.
The beautiful thing about the ‘Ring around the Rolls,’ is that you dress up or down depending on the occasion. For the holidays you can add cranberries and more rosemary sprigs and make it look like a wreath. For Easter, stick in a few colored eggs. Play around with it.
So for the mini dinner rolls, you’ll make a simple buttery dough and let it rise for about an hour. And by buttery, I mean buttery. It will smell and feel buttah.
Then you’ll turn out your dough on a work surface and cut it into 4 equal pieces. You’ll then pull each piece into a long rope, and cut them into 48 roughly equal pieces. The easiest way to do that, is to cut each rope in half. Then each half in half. Then each quarter in thirds. On a clean, dry surface, roll each piece into a tight ball. Then start arranging the balls on a buttered baking sheet with the fondue pot in the middle. This is just so you can measure accordingly. You’ll wanna make sure to leave enough space between the balls and the fondue pot or whatever you gonna put in the middle, because it will expand during rising and baking. Around 1 1/2 inches is good. Now remove the fondue pot, cover the dough balls and let rise for about 20 minutes until they puff up and touch one another. Bake for about 15 minutes until golden brown. Immediately brush with a tablespoon of melted butter. While the rolls are in the oven, its the perfect time to make the fondue. Now let’s serve this beauty. Transfer to a serving platter, place the fondue maker in the center and pour in the ooey gooiness, cheesy gloriousness.
Time to partaaaay! Grab those sticks, get all fancy and start dipping.You can keep the sticks…I’m going in!
Have a bite and then take a glance at the beauty of this airy fluffy crumb.
A word of the wise: Leftovers=mini sandwiches. Just sayin’.