Quick Cinnamon Rolls (only 2 ingredients) #GayLeaMom

Recipe & Giveaway

I love recipes that are simple, and this one is no exception.  A recipe for quick cinnamon rolls that only takes TWO ingredients? And is done in 30 minutes, start to finish?  Perfect for unexpected house guests, or for Sunday brunch.  It’s also great for kids to help with, since there are not a lot of complicated steps.

Quick Cinnamon Rolls - only two ingredients!

The reason this recipe doesn’t call for extra ingredients to add flavour is because it uses Gay Lea Cinnamon & Brown Sugar Spreadables -a blend of brown sugar, cinnamon, and butter. It’s a great combination of tastes, and is perfect on toast, waffles, pancakes, and more – the possibilities are endless!  I’m thinking cinnamon popcorn. Or maybe cinnamon icing on carrot cake? It probably wouldn’t look good if I ate it right off a spoon, would it…?

Quick Cinnamon Rolls

Anyways, back to these awesome cinnamon rolls.

Ingredients

3 Tbsp. Gay Lea Cinnamon & Brown Sugar Spreadables

1 package refrigerated crescent rolls.

1. Roll out the dough on a lightly floured surface.  Pinch all the seams together (this is important so the filling won’t leak out – you will notice in the photos that mine wasn’t pinched tightly enough).

2. Melt the Gay Lea Spreadables in the microwave for about 25 seconds. You will get this gorgeous, thick, dark liquid. Brush it over the dough, leaving a small border at the edges.  

Quick Cinnamon Rolls - only two indredients!

3. Carefully roll up the dough.  Pinch to seal the seam at the end.

Quick Cinnamon Rolls - only two ingredients!

4. With sharp, serrated knife, slice into 8 even pieces, and place on parchment-lined cookie sheets, a few inches apart.

Quick Cinnamon Rolls - only two ingredients!

5. Bake at 350 for about 15-18 minutes.

Enjoy these quick cinnamon rolls right away or…

Quick Cinnamon Rolls - only two ingredients!

…or allow to cool slightly and drizzle with 1/4 c. icing sugar mixed with a few drops of milk.

Quick Cinnamon Rolls - only two ingredients!

For more great recipes and information on their products, check out the Gay Lea website

There is also an AWESOME giveaway this month!! Gay Lea will be giving away one grand prize to celebrate all the delicious ways to infuse Gay Lea’s Cinnamon & Brown Sugar Sreadables into fun recipes! The prize consists of:

  • one Cuisinart Professional Rotary Waffle Maker
  • one Cuisinart Conical Burr Coffee Grinder
  • one Staub En France Cast Iron 10” Frypan! 

Total approximate value: $340.

The grand prize giveaway will be open from until April 30 2015.

One You Pinspire Me reader will also win 1 year of free Gay Lea products (12 coupons for free Gay Lea products)!  This giveaway will also be open until April 30, 2015.

Click here to enter –> a Rafflecopter giveaway

Readers may enter across many blogs, they may only win on a single blog.  Open to residents of Canada, Excluding Quebec.  Prize will be delivered within 4-6 weeks.

 Disclosure: I am part of the Gay Lea Ambassador Campaign with Influence Canada and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are always my own.

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Marya R

I live in Bowmanville, and am a mom to four young boys - it can get a little loud in my house. I am a Christian, a part-time French teacher, a piano teacher and former homeschooler. I love finding the best deals, which will come in handy when our boys become hungry teenagers! We just moved to a house with more outdoor space, and I'm still getting used to life in the country (a walk around the block is a lot longer here!).

29 comments

  1. Oh my, this looks so tasty! Wish I could try it out for breakfast tomorrow. The kiddos would love this!

  2. I love cinnamon rolls and will be giving this recipe a try.

  3. Wow! I want to try this recipe. I love cinnamon. Let me check that butter in our local grocery.

  4. Cinnamon Rolls are my daughter’s favorite. She can smell them still iln the can. ;)

  5. What a simple recipe, I love it!

  6. Nice quick cinnamon bun fix. It looks so easy.

  7. Looks very delicious. I am really surprised that the recipe has been prepared using just 2 ingredients. Cinnamon rolls are my favorite snack. Will definitely try this for sure. Thanks a lot for sharing this yummy recipe. Love the giveaway as well.

  8. Those look yummy!

  9. What a delicious treat! I would love these on a Sunday morning!

  10. yum! Looks amazing! Love that it is made with butter over margarine!

  11. I love gay lea butter! Will definitely have to give this a try for breakfast sometime (or lunch…or anytime ;)). I also am a big fan of their whipped cream for a special treat for breakfasts, brunches or desserts. Yum!

  12. So easy and look so good!

  13. I can’t seem to get either of those links to work – is it just me?

    :)

  14. Looks delicious. Going to need to try the dairy-free coconut whipped cream sometime as well. :)

  15. Looks delicious! We love to have pancakes or waffles for brunch. Gay Lea butter is my favourite. I make sure I have it on hand to slather on our pancakes or waffles. For an extra special treat, I’ll buy some strawberries and a can of Gay Lea whipping cream for a topping!

  16. I’ll have to try this out. I think it would taste great on raisin bread or bagels too!!

  17. This would be a great addition to our morning ritual! I like the idea above of adding some whipped cream! :-)

  18. Ooooh, I”ll have to try it! I love the cinnamon and brown sugar spreadables! I did use it to make monkey bread, so I guess it would be similar. So good!

  19. I love the Gay Lea whip cream,,hmm so good!

  20. Think how good your cinnamon buns would be with a few chopped apples in them. MMMMH.

  21. These look great and so easy to make! Love Gay Lea butter, it is the only one we use!

  22. This looks so fun! I have to share it with my wheat eating friends (and grab some of that sinful looking butter)…

  23. They look amazing and we love Gay Lea butter in our house.Love the recipe.Thank you so much.

  24. You can’t find a recipe much easier than that. And they look yummy.

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