Ree Drummond, from The Pioneer Woman, is known for many of her recipes, but I think one of her most beloved recipes are her Cinnamon Rolls with Maple Icing. Cinnamon rolls are a staple to many special Christmas morning breakfasts but with cinnamon rolls you
If you look at the ingredients, all of the essential elements for a tasty breakfast are included…maple, coffee, a perfectly sweet pastry and now, bacon. For those of you who have already been embracing the savory and salty combo in your sweets and baked goods, this is somehow normal. To others, this may seem strange. Let me explain…
For quite some time now, crazy people (like myself) have been sprinkling salt on their brownies, mixing salt in their caramels, and even molding bacon into fine chocolate bars. So, this isn’t too far of a stretch. The Cinnamon Rolls are still perfectly sweet with just a touch of crispy, salty bacon in each bite. I know I’ve asked you to trust me on many of my recipes so I hope I’ve saved up some currency in our relationship. Now I’m spending it. These must jump to the top of your list to try for this Christmas morning! Thank you to the Pioneer Woman for her inspiration.
Ingredients Instructions Notes Freezing directions: freeze rolls after their iced and cooled then reheat in the oven at 250 degrees for 15 minutes. adapted from Pioneer Woman, using half of her recipe
Freezing directions: freeze rolls after their iced and cooled then reheat in the oven at 250 degrees for 15 minutes.
adapted from Pioneer Woman, using half of her recipe