Cinnamon Crescent Rolls

These Cinnamon Crescent Rolls are layers of flaky crescent rolls with cinnamon sugar and are the perfect Mexican treat!
These Cinnamon Crescent Rolls are layers of flaky crescent rolls with cinnamon sugar and are the perfect Mexican treat! the-girl-who-ate-everything.com
Happy Cinco de Mayo! Here’s a quick no-brainer Mexican dessert or after school snack for the kiddos.
Austin actually helped me make these they were so easy and it gave me a chance to explain to him what Cinco de Mayo was all about. I’m actually at Disney World partying it up with Mickey so see you all in a couple of days…
These Cinnamon Crescent Rolls are layers of flaky crescent rolls with cinnamon sugar and are the perfect Mexican treat! the-girl-who-ate-everything.com
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Ingredients
  • 1 package of refrigerated crescent roll dough
  • 1/4 cup butter softened
  • 1/2 tablespoon cinnamon
  • 1/4 cup sugar
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Combine the cinnamon and sugar together and mix well. Place the unrolled crescent rolls onto an ungreased cookie sheet. Spread a layer of butter on each triangle; top with cinnamon and sugar mixture. Roll from the bottom of the triangle to the point.
  2. Place in the oven and bake for 8-10 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from the oven and serve while hot. Enjoy.
Recipe Notes

Source: adapted from For The Love of Cooking

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  1. yummmmm! Love that these are so easy! my kids (and hubby) will love these!

  2. those crescent rolls are amazing… so versatile, eh? I love your take on them here.

  3. I love these rolls…yummy!!!

  4. What’s not to love here?!

  5. Thanks for the simple and tasty dessert idea.

  6. WOW! Yummy!

    m ^..^

  7. marvelous–an easy and quick way to get some cinnamon sugar into my bloodstream. ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. These look amazing girlfriend!! If only there was a way to make them low fat!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. Top site, I had not noticed thegirlwhoateeverything.blogspot.com earlier in my searches!
    Carry on the fantastic work!

  10. I used reduced fat crescent rolls and heart healthy olive oil butter spread. I know, still not making these a health food but slightly healthier and soooooo yummy!

  11. 8VGhT2 Really enjoyed this blog article.Really thank you! Keep writing.

  12. i wish it was easier to print recipe’s from here, i delete a lot of the stuff that is not necessary like pictures and comments but sometimes it still picks up more than the recipe’s and then it takes two or three pages of printing i only want the recipe nothing else .

    • Christy {The Girl Who Ate Everything} says:

      Janet,
      I’m gradually changing all my recipes so that they print better and don’t use the “Print Friendly” plugin which is giving you the problems. I’m only done with half. I’ve fixed this one now. Sorry!

    • I do a copy and paste to my Microsoft Office Word (Dell Computer), then before printing you can delete any of the lines or words you wish to. Like you, I don’t like all the extra pictures, etc. I like to have the recipes on one page. Good luck.

  13. I made these with my kids at day care summer program, ages 5-12. They loved making them! We added a powdered sugar/milk glaze while they were still hot. For as much as they loved making them, they really LOVED eating them. Thank you for posting the recipe.

  14. Place a marshmellow inside first—outstanding!