Sunday 15 July 2012

Cinnamon Butter Buns

Well., I'm back from my daughter's wedding and I hate to say it, but I am literally exhausted. Thirty-five hours on the trott to get back home and by the time we hit the sack last night we were both so over tired neither one of us slept much at all.

I got up this morning with great intentions . . . unpacked, did two loads of laundry and then I baked these for breakfast with what I had in the house.

And then . . . I crashed. Blah . . . I have no energy at all. I'm just pooped . . .

Sad to say I don't think there will be much cooking from me for a few days. Perhaps an early night tonight will fix that. We'll just have to wait and see.

These were fabulously good though . . . just sayin is all . . .

*Cinnamon Butter Buns*
Makes 6
Printable Recipe

Quick, easy and oh so scrummy. The perfect weekend morning cinnamon fix!

1 tin of refrigerated croissant rolls (I used the Jus Rol ones, with six in the pack)
softened unsalted butter for spreading
100g of soft light brown sugar (1/2 cup packed)
3 heaped teaspoons of ground cinnamon

To glaze:
130g of sifted icing sugar (1 cup)
few drops vanilla

Preheat your oven to 190*c/375*F/ gas mark 4. Butter six muffin cups well. Set aside.

Unroll your croissant rolls. Divide into 3 segments, pressing the diagonals together in the middle to seal. Spread with the softened butter to cover. Stir together the brown sugar and the ground cinnamon. Sprinkle 1/3 of this mixture over each rectangle, covering completely and pressing to adhere. Roll up the diagonals from the long side, tightly. Cut each into 6 equal pieces with a sharp knife. Place one each of three into each buttered muffin cup, with the cut sides down.

Place into the heated oven and bake for 15 to 20 minutes, until nicely risen and browned. Turn out onto a wire rack. Allow to cool slightly. Whisk together the icing sugar, a few drops of vanilla and enough milk to give you a drizzable icing. (about 1 TBS) Drizzle this over the top sides of the still warm buns. Serve immediately to your lucky family along with some hot drinking chocolate or cafe au lait!! Scrummo!

She was an incredibly beautiful bride though . . . from left to right . . .

My daughter Amanda (Matron of Honor), Eileen, her step sister Krysta (Bridesmaid).

and the cutest little flower girl ever . . . my Granddaughter Maryn.

Nighty night.


  1. How I wish those freezer buns were available here. What a lovely treat to whip up.

    Rest up Marie.

  2. Those cinnamon buns look so good - they are Dave's favourite!!! Maryn was such a sweet flower girl - just precious! xoxo

  3. You have beautiful girls.. from the wee one to the bride.Cute cute shots..I can feel the happiness:)

    Yum on the buns:)

  4. Love the wedding pictures! Take good care of yourself and rest. It's a long trip and it takes more than a day or two to get our energy back.

  5. What beautiful young ladies! Weddings are so exhausting...I don't know how you had energy to bake! The cinnamon buns do look tempting.

  6. Such gorgeous ladies! :) Take it easy, now...

  7. I love Buns look amazing Marie:) and your pictures are georgeous and nice , love the little of course she is adorable!!
    xxxxx have a nice week dear, loads of love!

  8. Lovely to see such happy pictures from the wedding Marie, all the girls looked lovely. Hope you are over the jet lag, we expect at least one post a day now!
    Millie xx


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