Cinnamon Roll Cookies

It’s no secret that my kids and I have a thing for cinnamon rolls. We made homemade cinnamon rolls, cinnamon roll bites with maple frosting and cinnamon roll pancakes (all super yum!) So when I saw these cinnamon roll cookies over on Everyday Sisters I was so excited. They looked delicious and super easy to make. I like that combination! =o)

Ingredients:
* 2 refrigerated, roll out pie crusts (you can make your own pie crust if you would like.  But I don’t make pie crust, so I bought some)
* 1 cup brown sugar
* 1 – 1 1/2 Tbsp. cinnamon (depending on your taste)
Simple right?!?!
Roll out one pie crust.  Sprinkle with half of the cinnamon and brown sugar mixture and roll up.

Cut into 1/2 inch slices and place on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
Bake in a 400 degree oven for 10 – 12 minutes (until lightly browned and delicious looking!)
Repeat with the other pie crust.
Cool on cooling racks and try not to eat all of them while they are still warm.  Seriously.  This will be difficult!  They are awesome!!!
If you want to frost them (but you don’t have to.  They are delicious without it.)  But even better with it =o)
* 1 cup powdered sugar
* milk
Add milk to powdered sugar, a little at a time.  Make sure you don’t add too much all at once or it will be lumpy and too thin.
Frost and enjoy!!!

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Comments

  1. Hi Erin, I love that you made the cookies! Aren’t they delicious? Your’s looked fantastic.

    Ellen

    http://everydaysisters.blogspot.com

  2. I love homemade cinnamon rolls! But turning them into cookies is absolutely genius – definitely a quicker result =)

  3. Mmm…the best of both worlds! Looks delish!

  4. Erin, these look fabulous!!! My youngest is always begging me to make cinnamon rolls, so I’ll have to surprise him with these delightful cookies 🙂

  5. My little sister loves cinnabuns, gonna have to try these.
    mickey

  6. These look fun and so gooey and delicious. My kids would love these for sure! Have a terrific week!

  7. Erin
    It has been a while since I last stop here. Sorry
    Tou are awesome. Love these cinnanon cookies. Sure

  8. Brilliant! Pie crust, cinnamin, sugar, glaze…just a few of my favorite things!
    You have some really tasty treats here.
    I just started following you on FB! Can’t wait to read more!
    ~Cristy
    a-cristy-craft.blogspot.com

  9. Oh man! These look amazing! I want some right now. Still drooling. Gotta make them soon. Thanks!

  10. I love how you have had two recipes in a row that are egg and nut free. My daughter is allergic and I don’t have to adapt them at all! I just wanted you to know it was fun (and rare!) to see and so very appreciated.

  11. I made something similar to these awhile ago

    (http://myfavoritefinds.blogspot.com/2011/09/cinnamon-roll-cookies.html),

    but I made it all from scratch. These look awesome! My kids will eat ANYTHING with cinnamon and sugar on it.

  12. those look delisious
    Helen

  13. Those look delicious, can’t wait to try them out. I featured them at So Very Creative.
    http://soverycreative.blogspot.com/2011/09/cinnamon-roll-cookies.html

  14. Hi Erin,
    What a great idea, Cinnamon Roll Cookies. These are awesome and look soooooo goooood! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and hope you have a great week end.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  15. aahhhh, delicious!!

  16. Thank you so very much for joining the T’ Time Link Party last week! I really love to see all the wonderful ideas. Link parties are also a great way to get your blog out there for others to see. Hope to see you today! Maria Raising4Princesses

  17. This post is featured to day on Frugalicious Me!

    Thanks for the SWEET inspiration!

    XOXO,
    Tasha

  18. YUMMM! I totally want to take a bite. Thanks for linking up at One Artsy Mama!

  19. They look delicious! Thanks for linking up to TGIF Linky Party. I am your newest follower & would love for you to follow me back =-)
    Beth

  20. These are such great cookies; simple and delicious. Thanks for sharing on Crazy Sweet Tuesday!

  21. I just found your blog on Strut Your Stuff Saturday – these look so good for less fuss – I’m going to try them!!!

  22. These look fabulous!
    My family loves cinnamon rolls

  23. Thanks for posting this over at The Purple Pumpkin Blog 🙂

    I hold link parties every Thursday, so please do pop by again! 🙂

  24. My aunt used to make these all the time after making pies with the left over pie dough. In French Canadian families, it is called “pets de soeur”, which translated in english means “farts of a nun”. They have always been my fav. I’ll have to make them sometime this week. Thanks!