Prep 10 mins
Cook 14 mins
This is honestly the best dessert you will ever put in your mouth. You will never want to eat any other cinnamon roll. This cinnamon roll is so unique. The white marshmallow turns into a clear glaze.
- Preheat oven to 375°F.
- Combine sugar & cinnamon in a small bowl.
- Place cupcake liners in muffin tin.
- Spray liners with Pam.
- Separate rolls into 8 triangles.
- Place marshmallow into melted butter.
- Roll marshmallow into cinnamon/sugar.
- Place marshmallow on crescent roll.
- Pinch dough up around marshmallow.
- Seal seams by pinching.
- Dip the tops of dough into the butter.
- Then into the cinnamon/sugar.
- Place in muffin pan w/cinnamon/sugar side up.
- Bake at 375°F for 13-15 minutes.
These were really yummy! Didn't give 5 stars because they are a little messy to put together, and I don't know if I did something wrong, but I did not prepare for the mess in my oven - every roll burst open and oozed marshmallow everywhere! Still, a very quick and easy way to get a yummy cinnamon roll - thanks for sharing!
Loved this. It is from the Pillsbury Cook-Off from a long time ago. I used to make these for my now 14 yr. old son's kindergarten class. The kids and parents alike loved them. The Mom's always requested the recipe. The only problem is that when the crescent roll puffs up during baking, some of the melted marshmallow leaked out onto the top of the muffing pan and made clean up very difficult when it was cooled and extra sticky. I would spray the TOP of the muffing pan with Pam to help with clean-up. These taste so great, especially while warm and gooey!
My 12-year-old daughter and 4-year-old son made these with me this evening. We planned them as dessert after a Mexican dinner, hoping they'd taste somewhat like a sopapilla. These are delicious!!! The kids said the melted marshmallow inside each treat tasted like honey... we will definitely make them again! My favorite part was our assembly line -- everyone helped make them, and they came out great.