Wake up to delicious & warm Crock-Pot Ooey Gooey Cinnamon Rolls! Frozen cinnamon rolls are baked in a buttery sauce right in your slow cooker for breakfast!
Crock-Pot Ooey Gooey Cinnamon Rolls
I have been wanting to buy the Crock-Pot 3.5 quart Casserole Slow Cooker. My awesome neighbor had one ordered for me in Charcoal. He said it was payment for me loaning him my Programmable Crock-Pot for the last two years. Don’t get me wrong, I am a happy camper with my new casserole slow cooker.
Don’t let the fact that it is only 3.5 quarts in size. The dish itself is a decent size casserole dish. I like the fact that it is more of a flat surface but still is a crock-pot. The lid is also a locking lid that locks to the actual crock-pot securely. And there is plenty of head room under the lid.
Okay, enough about this crock-pot. I had to make something in this crock-pot to see how it works.
My sweet neighbor gave me his recipe for making cinnamon rolls. Well come to find out it is his sister’s recipe that she gave to him. But, he has made these rolls many times before and my kids and I loved them.
The basis of the recipe is frozen pre-made cinnamon rolls. Preferable the Rhodes brand if your store carries them.
The night before making the rolls, arrange the frozen rolls in the crock part of the slow cooker. You want them to thaw and rise once the night before. I arranged the rolls, and set them aside on the counter for 3 hours until they had risen nicely. I put the lid on the crock-pot and then put them in the refrigerator for the night.
In the morning, you want to set the rolls out to rise again. This time it won’t take as long, about an hour or so.
Once they have risen the second time, melt a stick of butter and pour them over the uncooked rolls. Then take the dry pudding mix and sprinkle it all over the top of the cinnamon rolls.
Put the lid on the crock-pot and put the crock-pot in the base to cook. Allow them to cook on HIGH for 2 hours.
Once the cinnamon rolls are done (look for them to just start to get brown on the edges and the middle will looked cooked), place the icing bags in hot water. This will allow the icing to melt some and it will be easier to pour over the rolls.
Squeeze out both icing packets on the cinnamon rolls and serve!
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