Whole Wheat Cinnamon Rolls have a peanut butter cream cheese glaze that tops the chocolate peanut butter rolls. Yum!
What do you think of when I say “cinnamon rolls”?
Is it waking up on Saturday morning to the smell of fresh cinnamon wafting through the air, and then running down to the table and face planting into a soft, ooey goey roll that is SMOTHERED in cream cheese frosting?
Even if it’s not that, I can guarantee that there is NOTHING bad about any memories involving a cinnamon roll. They are pure comfort food.
Question #2. Now, what do you think of when I say chocolate and peanut butter?
If your answer was: “the greatest combination on the planet EARTH, and it can never do any wrong” then we can stay friends.
If you didn’t say that, who are you and why are you here?
Just kidding. We can still be friends.
I’ll just always be a little wary of the credibility of your taste buds, that’s all.
Question 3# (Potentially the last one, but there are never any guarantees) what goes on in your brain when I say Cinnamon Rolls COMBINED with chocolate and peanut butter?
I don’t know about you, but not much can go on in my brain when I ponder that sentence.
You know why? Because it exploded from yum-tastic overload.
Well, peeps, it has happened. The greatest baked good known to man has been combined with the greatest flavor combination.
Oh, and they’re 100% whole wheat, butter free AND naturally sweetened.
Well, except for the cinnamon sugar, but that doesn’t count. You don’t MESS with cinnamon sugar.
If all that hasn’t rolled you out, flour yeast and cinnamon (my really fail attempt at a baking version of ‘hook, line and sinker’) then this might:
They are SO EASY.
The hardest part about them is waiting for them to rise. I mean, peanut butter cinnamon sugar and chocolate chip filling?
Come on. I JUST WANT TO EAT ALREADY.
Patience is clearly a virtue that I lack.
But I just dare you to make these and see how your patience stacks up. Methinks you’ll be surprised.
However, once you face plant into the peanut butter cream cheese glaze (!!!) and ooey goey, soft baked goodness of these rolls, it will be allllll worth it.
Flour, yeast and cinnamon baby.
Whatever that means.
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