Here’s another one of our all-time favorite cinnamon roll creations. Not the most nutritional snack in our repertoire, but boy does it bring joy into our household. It’s hard for us not to keep the Christmas tradition going when it is so easy and fulfilling. Hoping that by sharing, you can also receive some more joy this season. Read along on how to create Snowman Cinnamon Rolls.

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Snowman Cinnamon Roll Ingredients

Just like our Christmas Tree Cinnamon Rolls, the Snowman only require one ingredient. Our infamous canned cinnamon rolls. Again, this will be so simple that the kids will be able to make the snowman. You’re going to want to make sure you buy the package of cinnamon rolls that you can unravel. If you’ve already done so, just “roll” with it, you can it work. The grand’s cinnamon rolls are our favorite, but several grocery stores make their own versions and work just as well.

Snowman Cinnamon Rolls

How to make the Snowman

Start by opening your cinnamon roll package, pull apart your first roll, and unravel just under half way. With your unraveled cinnamon roll dough start rolling the dough back in the opposite direction. You should have created a smaller roll sitting on top of your larger roll, like a figure 8. That’s all you need to do at this pint, you’ve got it!

Check out the video if you’re more visual:

Cooking the Cinnamon Rolls

The packaging calls for them to be baked at 350 degrees for 23-27 minutes. Although I usually bake them for 3-5 minutes less than the packaging calls for. Use your best judgement, and be sure to watch them while they bake. If any of your rolls unravel or separate while baking, you can roll them back together while they are still hot. You may want to use utensils or a spatula so they don’t burn yourself. You will want to be sure to do this while they are fresh out of the oven. Let the Snowmen cool for 10 minutes. You can now add your icing and fun decorations. Plate and enjoy!

Here are some more fun Christmas posts about food and the kitchen:

Creating a Gingerbread Kitchen

Grinch Hats Christmas Snack

Cute Santa Mugs

Christmas Tree Cinnamon Rolls