Santa Cinnamon Rolls are an easy Christmas morning breakfast that the kids will love to enjoy! These Santa Christmas Cinnamon Rolls are a fun way to get creative with your Christmas Morning breakfast. With a container of cinnamon rolls and some candy you can make these easy Christmas Cinnamon Rolls.
Santa Cinnamon Rolls
This easy Santa themed breakfast is perfect for the kids and one that is soo easy to make. I made these cinnamon rolls and the kids loved them. I am sure your kids are going to love them too!
Cinnamon rolls are my go to Christmas morning breakfast. Cinnamon rolls were our traditional Christmas morning breakfast when I was growing up. For my kids I wanted to keep the tradition going but make it more fun and festive for the kids, while keeping the breakfast easy to make.
Using refrigerated cinnamon rolls, red sugar sprinkles and a few other simple ingredients you will turn your boring cinnamon rolls into a festive and fun Christmas morning cinnamon roll that everyone will love.
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Variations of this Recipe
Color the frosting. If you do not want to use sprinkles you can use food coloring and make the white cinnamon roll frosting red.
Use frosting to decorate. You can use black frosting to make the Santa belt.
Santa Belt. I like using black licorice and starbursts, but you can also use yellow laffy taffy, air heads, yellow M&Ms, or yellow skittles.
Santa’s Buttons. I used Chocolate chips but you can also use brown M&Ms, or brown Reece’s pieces.
How do you know when Pillsbury cinnamon rolls are done?
Pillsbury cinnamon rolls are done when the tops are golden brown. Depending on your oven the cook time will vary from 13-17 minutes.
How do you keep Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls from burning?
I find that they cook best when they are on the middle rack in the oven.
Do Refridgerator cinnamon rolls need to touch when baking?
When you put the cinnamon rolls into the baking pan before baking they should not be touching. They will bake and expand and touch when they are done baking.
What type of pan is best for making cinnamon rolls?
Pillsbury cinnamon rolls bake best in a round metal 9 inch cake pan. If you do not have a round pan you can use a glass or metal rectangular pan.
How long do these cinnamon rolls last?
Frosted cinnamon rolls will keep in an airtight container on the counter for 1-2 days.
How to store leftovers
To store leftovers put them in an air tight container. If they are frosted then you will want to put them in a single layer so the top decorations do not get messed up.
Santa Cinnamon Rolls Ingredients
- 1 package refrigerated cinnamon rolls with icing or your favorite cinnamon rolls
- Red sprinkling sugar
- Milk chocolate morsels (2 for each Santa)
- Black licorice strands (about ½ strand for each Santa)
- Starburst Unwrapped Candy (1 for each Santa)
How to Make Santa Cinnamon Rolls
Bake cinnamon rolls according to package directions. Cool slightly before adding icing to the top.
Pour the red sugar sprinkles into a bowl. Spread the icing on top of the cinnamon roll and then dip the top of the cinnamon roll into the red sprinkling sugar. Repeat for each cinnamon roll.
On each cinnamon roll press one yellow Starburst candy toward the middle of the cinnamon roll as the buckle of Santa’s belt.
Add a piece of black licorice to each side to resemble his belt.
Place two chocolate morsels in a vertical line over the “buckle” as the buttons of Santa’s coat.
Allow to set and then serve.
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Santa Cinnamon Rolls
- 8 refrigerated Cinnamon rolls package refrigerated cinnamon rolls with icing or your favorite cinnamon rolls
- Red sprinkling sugar
- Milk chocolate morsels 2 for each Santa
- Black licorice strands about ½ strand for each Santa
- Starburst Unwrapped Candy 1 for each Santa
- Bake cinnamon rolls according to package directions. Cool slightly before adding icing to the top.
- Pour the red sugar sprinkles into a bowl. Spread the icing on top of the cinnamon roll and then dip the top of the cinnamon roll into the red sprinkling sugar. Repeat for each cinnamon roll.
- On each cinnamon roll press one yellow Starburst candy toward the middle of the cinnamon roll as the buckle of Santa’s belt.
- Add a piece of black licorice to each side to resemble his belt.
- Place two chocolate morsels in a vertical line over the “buckle” as the buttons of Santa’s coat.
- Allow to set and then serve.
about 8 Weight Watchers SmartPoints
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