I think by now, we’ve all seen just about anything that could be turned into a cinnamon roll..turned into a cinnamon looking roll! Not that there’s anything wrong with that, however..there are only so many varieties of food that you can roll up, twist or swirl and smother in cinnamon sugar!
So here are real cinnamon rolls morphed into a one-of-a-kind breakfast! All the greatness of a cinnamon roll, and none of the calorie guilt! Why? ..because now it’s french toast, just add a glass of orange juice and it’s a wholesome & well balanced breakfast! Right? Right! 😉
Give these a try on your next relaxing weekend morning! They’re so much fun and taste like pure cinnamon roll/french toast heaven! They totally puff up on the griddle and your kitchen will smell like a Yankee Candle store..yay! These rolls turn into the most fluffy and succulent french toast breakfast ever! It’s literally where Oooo meets Ahhh..all before noon! 🙂
What you’ll need:
1 can of Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls..with the cream cheese frosting
Will power! 😉
Simply roll out each cinnamon roll
Mix the egg & milk together and give the flattened rolls a dip
Place them on a griddle, just like french toast, and brown up both sides! They will puff up..and it’s awesome! 🙂
Plate them up and drizzle some of the cream cheese frosting down each stack! Feel free to add butter and syrup as well!
OMG! How genius!!! We’ll be trying these soon!
Thanks!! Let me know what you think! 🙂
Now that is what I call French Toast! Who needs bread when you can use cinnamon rolls??
My thoughts exactly Colleen! 🙂
How creative is this-yum! Glad I popped in to see this gem, I am now ready to have this for breakfast. In addition to it being full of delicious flavor, it is easy peasy. Sometimes easy peasy is just the thing when you are not all that awake for breakfast. Great post!
Thanks Tina..it is easy to prepare, and dangerously easy to eat an entire stack..lol! 🙂
My husband will absolutely fall in love with me again after all of these breakfast recipes I have repinned and plan to make. I am not a breakfast eater at all but I think you may have just converted me.