Cinnamon roll pie crust bites will become your go to treat when you’re in a pinch and do not have time to run to the store! Yesterday I found myself staring at store-bought pie crust in my fridge. My intention was to make quiche this week, but with Max waking up 10x for the past 3 nights (teething) I wanted nothing more than something sweet to pick me up.
So move over quiche, and say hello to these little cuties that kids and adults will not be able to keep their hands off of.
All you need :
Store bought pie crust, I use Immaculate Baking Company brand. Cinnamon + Sugar. Powdered Sugar, water and a drop of vanilla.
Unroll the pie crust after it has set out a room temperature for 20 minutes. Cover the circle of pie dough with sugar and cinnamon and tightly roll the pie crust right back up. Slice 1/4″ cookie slices and place on a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Bake at 325* for 10-15 minutes, or until the bottoms are just golden brown.
One they have cooled, in a small bowl, mix together 1 cup of powdered sugar a few teaspoons of water and a drop of vanilla. Mix well, and drizzle over the cinnamon roll bites.
The simplicity of this recipe makes it a great opportunity to have the little ones jump in the kitchen and make them on their own! Got last-minute guests? These are perfect! Or if you’re looking for a cinch of a holiday cookie to share with loved ones.
Can you even handle their bite-size cuteness?? They are nearly to cute to eat, nearly.
Next time you are at the grocery store, grab pie crust! You will be glad you have it on hand when you need to whip up something sweet with little to no effort!