Where, oh where do I begin? How can I find the words to describe and explain the magnitude of deliciousness that these steamed cinnamon rolls provide, in under 10 minutes, no less! I know this method may sound strange, but I actually got the idea from a Chinese restaurant that served steamed biscuits..also ah-mazing! Plus, I really needed another way to prepare Cinnamon Rolls..since there just aren’t enough recipes/methods out there already..haha! 😉
I wish you could just reach in through your computer and grab one of these moist and delicate clouds of doughy & puffy deliciousness! What the steam does to these basic Cinnamon Rolls, in a matter of a couple of minutes is beyond compare! They get so puffy, light & moist, that they totally melt in your mouth!! Be careful, they go dwon SO easy this way! 🙂
I just wish I had the verbal ability to explain them to you, without you hearing all my squeals of joy to make my point..lol! You just have to try them! 🙂
What you’ll need:
Cinnamon Rolls (I used Pillsbury)
The included Frosting
Divine self control!
Fill a medium pot with water.
Place the rolls, cinnamon side up into your steamer basket.
Cover tightly..and turn up the heat..let them steam for about 5 minutes!
Take a little peek to see them puff up!
When they’re super puffed & slightly firm..they’re done! Don’t over steam them..the soft, moistness is what makes them amazing! 🙂
While they’re warm, swirl on some of the included frosting, and give them a dusting of cinnamon (optional)!
I made a ghetto pastry bag out of a ziploc sandwich baggie to achieve maximum swirlage..lol!
Serve up a moist, fluffy, hot, ooey gooey Cinnamon Roll without even heating up your entire kitchen! What a perfect way to start the day..or end one! ~Enjoy! 🙂
Oh my goodness – this makes so much sense that I can’t believe I’ve never thought to do this before! I bet they came out perfectly =)
I’m drooling at my screen!
I loved the McDonald’s. Old fashioned cinimon Danishes. Omg have never forgot there great amazing ever lasting taste.
They where steamed. Yummy.