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Frosty’s Meltdown: Irresistible Melted Snowman Cinnamon Rolls

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Welcome to the magical world of holiday baking! Today, I'm thrilled to share a recipe that's sure to bring smiles and a touch of whimsy to your Christmas table. Melted Snowman Cinnamon Rolls. These warm, homemade cinnamon rolls, transformed into adorable snowmen, are perfect for a festive Christmas brunch or a cozy family gathering.

Melted Snowman Cinnamon Rolls

Easy Christmas Brunch Ideas

A cozy Christmas morning, where the excitement of the holidays meets the comfort of a family gathering, is perfectly complemented by these Melted Snowman Cinnamon Rolls.

Ideal for your Christmas brunch, they're not just rolls; they're a festive experience! As they emerge warm from the oven, their cinnamon-infused aroma fills the air, setting the perfect holiday mood.

Each roll, adorned with a charming melted snowman decoration, brings a smile and a sense of wonder, making them more than just a treat, they're a conversation starter and a memory maker.

Why This Recipe Works:

  • Versatile and Customizable: Suitable for various dietary needs and open to creative twists.
  • Festive and Fun: The snowman theme adds a special touch to your holiday festivities.
  • Homemade Goodness: Nothing beats the taste and aroma of homemade cinnamon rolls.
Melted Snowman Cinnamon Rolls

Transforming homemade cinnamon rolls into these cute, melted snowmen is an easy and enjoyable activity.

It's a fantastic way to get kids involved in the kitchen, as they'll adore adding the snowman's features, turning each roll into a unique creation.

It's a delightful way to make festive memories while preparing for your Christmas brunch.

Ingredients you'll need For Melted Snowman Cinnamon Rolls

Snowman Cinnamon Rolls ingredients

To get started making this recipe, you'll first want to gather all your ingredients first.

Here is what you'll need:

You'll also want the other decorations you choose

Step by Step Instructions For Snowman Cinnamon Rolls

Tools you'll need

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Step 1: Begin by placing cinnamon rolls in a dish.

Snowman Cinnamon Rolls in a pan

Step 2: Begin pouring heavy cream over the top of the cinnamon rolls.

Cover with foil and bake for 20 minutes or until golden brown at 350 degrees.

Melted Snowman Cinnamon Rolls

Step 3:  While the cinnamon rolls are baking, prepare the icing. You will need to color 1/4 cup white icing orange and black and place in a piping bag. You can buy Pillsbury vanilla icing or you can make homemade icing.

Cinnamon Rolls

Step 4: Take one large marshmallow and make two black dots for the snowman eyes.

Melted Snowman Cinnamon Rolls smile

Step 5: 5 black dots for his mouth/smile.

Melted Snowman Cinnamon Rolls carrot nose

Step 6: Then take the orange icing and make a carrot shape for his nose.

Melted Snowman Cinnamon Rolls

Step 7: Repeat with 8 marshmallows and set aside.

Melted Snowman Cinnamon Rolls

Step 8: When the cinnamon rolls have finished baking, remove from the oven and ice each roll with the icing that came in the tube.

Snowman Cinnamon Rolls

Step 9: Then, take a pretzel stick and place one large marshmallow on the end of the pretzel stick to make the snowman's body, then place the snowman face marshmallow on top, and stick the pretzel down in the cinnamon roll.

Snowman Cinnamon Rolls

Step 10: Place the snowman face marshmallow on top, and stick the pretzel down in the cinnamon roll.

Snowman Cinnamon Rolls

Step 11: Then pipe white icing around the base of the marshmallow body and let it melt and run down on the cinnamon rolls.

Snowman Cinnamon Rolls

Step 12: Place a piece of rope candy around the neck of the snowman to make his scarf. Use three m&m's for his buttons, and two pretzel sticks broken in half for his arms. Enjoy!

Snowman Cinnamon Rolls

Variations:

  • Gluten-Free Option: Substitute with gluten-free flour.
  • Vegan Version: Use plant-based ingredients for the dough and decorations.
  • Different Flavors: Experiment with adding orange zest or a gingerbread spice mix for a unique twist.
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Tips & Tricks

  • Personalize Your Snowmen: Feel free to get creative and give each snowman its own unique personality. Maybe one has a tilted hat or another is wearing a bowtie!
  • Kid-Friendly Activity: Involve kids in the decorating process. It's a fun and edible craft!
  • Melting Effect: For a realistic melting effect, let some marshmallows ooze down the sides of the cinnamon rolls.
  • Snowman Accessories: Get creative! Use additional mini marshmallows for a snowy effect around the base, and consider placing a tiny hat or scarf made of icing or small pieces of fruit roll-ups.

Storage:

Store the rolls in an airtight container to keep them fresh. For reheating, a few minutes in the oven will bring back their delightful warmth.

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FAQs about Melted Snowman Cinnamon Rolls

Absolutely! While homemade dough is recommended for its fresh, rich flavor, using store-bought dough is a great time-saving alternative. It works perfectly for those who want to focus more on decorating their snowman creations.

Definitely! You can prepare the rolls the night before and refrigerate them overnight. On the morning of your brunch, let them come to room temperature and then bake. This not only saves time but also ensures you have warm, fresh rolls ready for your guests.

Leftover cinnamon rolls can be stored in an airtight container at room temperature for a day or two. For longer storage, keep them in the refrigerator. Reheat in the oven or microwave before serving to bring back that fresh-baked warmth and aroma.

Snowman Cinnamon Rolls

Can you believe just how easy that was? Using store-bought cinnamon rolls as the base for our Melted Snowman Cinnamon Rolls not only saves time but also ensures consistent, delicious results every time.

It's amazing how something so simple can be transformed into an incredibly festive and delightful treat.

The ease of preparation is a real game-changer, especially during the busy holiday season.

To dress up your snowman rolls and add a personal touch, consider drizzling them with a cream cheese glaze for extra richness.

Or, for a hint of extra flavor, sprinkle a little orange zest or nutmeg into the dough before rolling.

Snowman Cinnamon Rolls

Frosty's Meltdown: Irresistible Melted Snowman Cinnamon Rolls

Snowman Cinnamon Rolls
Welcome to the magical world of holiday baking! Today, I'm thrilled to share a recipe that's sure to bring smiles and a touch of whimsy to your Christmas table. Melted Snowman Cinnamon Rolls.
84758d602cdcd90fa2a5d32530aef165?s=30&d=mm&r=gKelly Reci
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes

Equipment

  • Piping bags
  • Candy rope

Ingredients

  • 1 can Pillsbury 8 count cinnamon rolls
  • 1 1/2 cups Heavy Cream
  • 18 Pretzel sticks
  • 16 Large Marshmallows
  • Mini m&m's
  • White Orange, and Black icing.

Instructions

  • Begin by placing cinnamon rolls in a dish and pouring heavy cream over the top of the cinnamon rolls.
  • Cover with foil and bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes or until golden brown.
  • While the cinnamon rolls are baking, prepare the icing. You will need to color 1/4 cup white icing orange and black and place in a piping bag. You can buy Pillsbury vanilla icing or you can make homemade icing.
  • Take one large marshmallow and make two black dots for the snowman eyes, and 5 black dots for his mouth/smile. Then take the orange icing and make a carrot shape for his nose. Repeat with 8 marshmallows and set aside.
  • When the cinnamon rolls have finished baking, remove from the oven and ice each roll with the icing that came in the tube.
  • Then, take a pretzel stick and place one large marshmallow on the end of the pretzel stick to make the snowman's body, then place the snowman face marshmallow on top, and stick the pretzel down in the cinnamon roll.
  • Then pipe white icing around the base of the marshmallow body and let it melt and run down on the cinnamon rolls.
  • Place a piece of rope candy around the neck of the snowman to make his scarf. Use three m&m's for his buttons, and two pretzel sticks broken in half for his arms. Enjoy!

Notes

  • Personalize Your Snowmen: Feel free to get creative and give each snowman its own unique personality. Maybe one has a tilted hat or another is wearing a bowtie!
  • Kid-Friendly Activity: Involve kids in the decorating process. It's a fun and edible craft!
  • Melting Effect: For a realistic melting effect, let some marshmallows ooze down the sides of the cinnamon rolls.
  • Snowman Accessories: Get creative! Use additional mini marshmallows for a snowy effect around the base, and consider placing a tiny hat or scarf made of icing or small pieces of fruit roll-ups.

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3 Comments

  1. I did not see what temperature to bake these cinnamon rolls at. Also the top of the recipe says bake time 20 minutes and in the recipe it says to bake for 30 minutes. Clarifying these would be very helpful

    1. Kelly Reci says:

      Hi Judy, It is 20 minutes, I fixed that. Thank you for pointing that out.

    2. Kelly Reci says:

      Also, it is 350 degrees.

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