Mini Cini's and a Blog Spotlight

Today I'm sharing a recipe for these cute little Mini Cini's. I cut the recipe in half because I only had one can of crescent rolls. Carson thought they were the perfect size just for him, he called them Baby Cini's, just look at the picture below he just woke up and spotted the cini's he could hardly wait to try them. I thought the cream cheese and cinnamon filling was a great combination. I love recipes that utilize crescent roll dough I have a few posted on my blog. The possibilities are endless, I will definitely be making these Mini Cini's again.

I didn't do a whole tutorial on this particular day, but i did get a few pictures. The recipe is pretty much self explanatory.

Cinni's all rolled up and ready to go into the oven.

Cooling ummmm we could hardly wait for them to cool so we could frost them.

Lets get to frosting I have some very impatient kiddos ready to eat.

a plate full of Cini's!!!!!

Mini Cini's

2 packages Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
(preferable the packages where it is one rolled sheet of pastry per package)
2 8oz packages softened cream cheese
1 Cup sugar
2 Tablespoons cinnamon
2-3 Tablespoons melted butter
1 ½ Cups powdered sugar
2-3 Tablespoons heavy cream (do not substitute)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Remove rolls from packaging. Unroll each of the dough pieces so they are in the shape of rectangles. 

Roll each individual into an even thinness. Place cream cheese, sugar and cinnamon into a medium bowl. Stir until well combined. 

Spread half of the cheese mixture onto one sheet of dough and half onto the other spreading evenly across dough leaving about ¼ inch border around edges. 

Roll dough as if you were making cinnamon rolls, ending with seam side down. Cut 1 inch pieces and place all 24 pieces into mini muffin tins. 

Brush each roll with melted butter and bake for 15-20 minutes or until slightly golden around edges and cooked through. 

 Transfer rolls to a cooling rack and cool completely. While cooling combine powdered sugar and heavy cream until thick and drizzle ready. With a spoon, drizzle icing over each roll.


Anonymous said…
Thank you so much for the spotlight!! What a neat idea! I am so flattered. I am glad that other people enjoy my blog. I think your blog is pretty great too! :)
Live.Love.Eat said…
These look so good and cute!!!!! I'm so glad you're doing the printable page.
Heart 4 My Home said…
I could eat that whole pan of mini cini's! Thanks for sharing the photos and recipe.

I left a little something for you on my blog. When time allows, feel free to stop by and check it out.

GroundedFitness said…
aw, those are the perfect size! the middle is always the best part, its like they are all middle.

Off to check out day 2 day!

Kelly Turner
Heart 4 My Home said…
Forgot to give the link in case you can't find it...

Leslie said…
I sent you an award because I just love your blog. I will be making the mini cinis soon!

You can get your award at my blog:
priscilla joy said…
those look so good!! i don't think i could stop eating 'em!
Anonymous said…
Love the Mini Cini ideas however allergic to cream cheese, Is there anything you can recommend in it's place?
Tina Butler said…
I would just leave out the cream cheese and use softened butter. Just spread the butter on the crescent roll dough and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar. These are so good and so addicting.
Rebecca said…
What can you use in place of the cream cheese as I'm allergic to it?
Robin Anderson said…
An even easier way of making mini cini's is cresent rolls, Biscoff Cookie spread or Trader Joes Cookie Butter spread on rolled out cresents and sprinkle cinnamon chips (available where the choc. chips are sold) roll up and slice with dental floss, cook and ice sooooo good and easy!