Easy Apple Cinnamon Buns

Everyone loves a good cinnamon bun! Here is a quick way to upgrade your traditional store bought buns, with an irresistible cream cheese frosting. Best part is, the whole recipe takes less than half an hour from start to table. 


  one package cinnamon rolls. (I bought these at Target yesterday, on sale 2 for $5! You can use any store bought brand.)

3 oz cream cheese

1 tbs butter

1/4 tsp cinnamon

2 apples (I used golden delicious but any soft Apple will do)

1/2 cup powdered sugar

1 tbsp brown sugar

1 tbsp maple syrup

   Peel, core, then cut apples into small cubes. Add cinnamon and brown sugar, mix together.  
    Open up those cinnamon rolls and place them in a greased pan. (I like to use pie dishes.)  
 Put the apple mix on top of the cinnamon buns.  Bake (in a preheated oven) at 400 degrees for 13 minutes. (Could be a minute or two longer depending on how hot your oven runs.) They will be golden when done. 

Now for the frosting:

Combine cream cheese, powdered sugar, maple syrup, butter and the package of frosting that came in the package. I used an electric mixer to speed things up. 

  Take the cooked buns out of the oven and pour the frosting on top! 

  Yum. Enjoy!  

    Seriously… So good. A quick delicious breakfast that everyone will enjoy. How perfect would these be for a Thanksgiving breakfast? No one wants to spend a long time on breakfast because you’re busy working on the feast! Whip these up really quick and you will not be disappointed. Let me know how they come out, I hope you love them as much as we do!
XO Allysha 


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