Cinnamon rolls for two, made so quick and easy without yeast!
I’ve had a lot of no yeast / quick cinnamon rolls in my day. And, um, most of them are not much different than a biscuit with cinnamon sprinkled on top.
We can surely do better than that.
But these babes? They’re baked at a much lower temperature than most other recipes. They also have a much higher concentration of butter than most.
But, good news—I figured out the secret to marriage: sharing a half-stick of butter with your partner as often as possible. We don’t need no stinkin’ marriage counseling. We got butter!
(Can you tell I’m writing this at the end of a long day that started with a cinnamon sugar high?)
You need a regular muffin pan for this recipe–this is my favorite pan. I love darker muffin pans because they encourage browning in muffins. Also, I love that it only has 6 cups, because we’re into this small batch lifestyle, aren’t we?
Praise for these small batch cinnamon rolls no yeast:
-Tara G said ‘I just made these and shared them with my roommate…they were such a joy to make and SO DELICIOUS!’
-Courtney said ‘I made these this weekend…(and) they were so yummy! They tasted just like rolls I buy at the grocery store.’
-Beth said ‘I’ve just made these, and I have to say they are amazing! The dough is so soft and easy to work with, and so quick to make too!’
-Jana said ‘Just made these…they were delicious! First time making cinnamon rolls from scratch & they were so easy to make & so yummy!’
Ok, I’ve officially used throngs of women to convince you how much you need small batch cinnamon rolls for two in your life.
The hardest part of this recipe is remembering to take the cream cheese out of the refrigerator to soften while you bake. But just so you know, if your fridge is fresh-out of cream cheese, you can use this glaze from my potato cinnamon rolls. Other than cream cheese, you should have everything to make these cinnamon rolls for two in your pantry. Dangerous, right?
I trust you, though. You can have this recipe, and do with it as you please. I’m not here to judge your small batch cinnamon roll consumption levels.
Get ready. Your weekends will never be the same.
For the glaze:
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 1524 Total Fat: 79g Saturated Fat: 48g Cholesterol: 216mg Sodium: 1559mg Carbohydrates: 194g Sugar: 113g Protein: 18g