Kaneelbroodjes van de BBQ -Cinnamon rolls
Thank God it’s weekend again! It’s been a busy week and I think we all deserve some rest, good food and good vibes. Aaand… A good long sleep and some time to take breakfast. From the BBQ this time. Last week I’ve been making these incredibly easy cinnamon rolls based upon a recipe my wife made. But these BBQ baked cinnamon rolls are so delicious! It’s one of my favorites for breakfast. So make yourself a big can of coffee, start your smoker and bake yourself some cozy cinnamon rolls. Warning, from the moment you will start to smell these baked cinnamon rolls rolling into your garden you’ll be drooling. The desire to eat the whole plate is big! So before eating you’d better open up a button from your pants. Have fun!
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Can you smell them? These lovely cinnamon rolls. I bet your neighbours will smell them too when they hit the BBQ! Gather around the fire with a cup of coffee and wait until your delicious breakfast is ready! Can sunday get better?
- 1 can instant croissant dough
- 50 gr. unsalted butter
- 2 tsp cinnamon
- 50 gr. caster sugar
- 100 gr. powdered sugar
- 2 Tbsp milk
Prepare your BBQ for an indirect session at medium heat (+- 200°C). For this recipe I used the Traeger Pellet smoker, but as long as you have a bbq with lid and you are able to keep it stable for a while you can make these cinnamon rolls.
Open the can of croissant dough (or make some fresh dough when you have the time) Roll it open with a rolling pin.
Get the butter out of your fridge and mix the cinnamon and caster sugar under the butter. Spread the cinnamon sugared butter evenly on the dough and roll it up. Gently push the ends to “glue” the dough.
Slice the cinnamon roll into 2 cm thick slices with a sharp knife and put them on top of a baking paper in your BBQ.
Bake the cinnamon rolls on the bbq until they turn golden brown. This takes about 15-20 minutes. If you like an equal tint you can flip them upside down in the middle of the baking process with a spatula.
While the cinnamon rolls are baking you can make the glaze by whisking the milk into the sugar until you get a glaze without lumps. When you are ready pour yourself a coffee before finishing these beauties.