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Hi there! I’m Kimberly from A Night Owl, and I’m so excited to be here at I {heart} Nap Time to share with you all a quick and easy treat or brunch appetizer. As a full-time working mom who also loves all things beautiful, I’m constantly looking for shortcuts to create great looking or great tasting projects! So today I’m sharing with you an easy way to make Cinnamon Roll Cake Pops, which are great for a quick treat or a weekend brunch.

Cinnamon roll cake pops

Cinnamon roll cake pops {YUM}

Ingredients

  • A Cake Pop Pan: though I do love cake pops made from scratch with cake and frosting, these pans are perfect for the mom on the go!
  • Non-Stick Spray
  • Package of Cinnamon Rolls
  • Cake Pop Sticks

Instructions

  1. Spray the cake pop pan with non-stick spray. Stack two cinnamon rolls on top of each other, cinnamon topping on the inside and cut into fourths. Place each cinnamon roll section in each section of the cake pop tray. Close the cake pop tray lid and bake for approximately 10 minutes at 350 degrees.
  2. Scoop the icing that comes with the cinnamon roll package into a mini melting squeeze bottle, warm for a few seconds if necessary. Then “decorate” the cinnamon roll balls with the icing.
  3. Add cake pop sticks and there you have it! Perfectly cute, bite-sized, easy to make cinnamon roll cake pops. Not much to it, but in our house and at parties, these have been a huge hit!
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Spray the cake pop pan with non-stick spray. Stack two cinnamon rolls on top of each other, cinnamon topping on the inside and cut into fourths. Place each cinnamon roll section in each section of the cake pop tray. Close the cake pop tray lid and bake for approximately 10 minutes at 350 degrees.

Scoop the icing that comes with the cinnamon roll package into a mini melting squeeze bottle, warm for a few seconds if necessary. Then “decorate” the cinnamon roll balls with the icing.

Add cake pop sticks and there you have it! Perfectly cute, bite-sized, easy to make cinnamon roll cake pops. Not much to it, but in our house and at parties, these have been a huge hit!

Here’s a pinnable image!

Easy cinnamon roll cake pops

 

I want to thank Jamielyn for having me today! And if you liked this post, I would love for you to stop by A Night Owl, a blog about the evening antics of a working mom! I’m wife to my best friend Andre, and mother to two adorable boys, AJ and Alex. In my “spare time” I enjoy crafting, photography, thrifting, parties or a quick and easy recipe and have really enjoyed sharing this aspect of my life with all of you! I love to connect with new friends and would love for you to come by and introduce yourself!

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Jamielyn Nye is the owner and managing editor of I Heart Nap Time. She aspires to reach women, get their creative juices flowing, and to genuinely inspire. Her unique projects have been featured on many popular websites, including: BHG, Martha Stewart, Fox, ABC, People, Parents and more. When she’s not creating . . . Jamielyn loves to chase her two little monkeys and snuggle up on the couch with her man.

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17 Responses to “Cinnamon roll cake pops {YUM}”

  1. Adrianne at Happy Hour

    These look delicious, and it’s one of those ideas where you go, “how come I never thought of that?” Awesome! I wonder sometimes if I am the only one who hates cake pops when they are mixed up with frosting – this is exactly the pan I need. :) Thanks for sharing, it’s a wonderful idea!!

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  2. Emily

    Ok, so those are my fav cinnamon rolls anyway and I had no idea about cake pop pans. This is so simplistically awesome.

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  3. Christie

    My 10 year old daughter loves cinnamon rolls. I can’t wait to break in my cake pop pan with this recipe.

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  4. Elle

    I don’t understand what “Stack two cinnamon rolls on top of each other, cinnamon topping on the inside and cut into fourths” means?? Please help!

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    • Jamielyn

      Hi Elle! I think what she meant is to spread cinnamon topping on one cinnamon roll, then top with another one (so it looks like an oreo with cream in the middle), then cut that in fourths and put 1/4 piece in each hole of the cake pop tray! Does that make more sense?

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