These tasty Disney Cinnamon Rolls are in the shape of Mickey Mouse!
So easy to make at home that even the kids can join in.
Great for a Mickey Mouse-themed party or just for a family breakfast or dessert.
Here are step-by-step instructions on how to make your Disney Mickey Mouse Cinnamon Rolls.
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Disney Mickey Cinnamon Rolls Ingredients
This recipe really couldn’t be any easier.
- 1 Can Cinnamon Rolls with Icing
- Mickey Sprinkles!
You can find the Mickey Sprinkles here. They are always useful to have as they will easily transform many recipes into Disney-themed baking with very little effort!
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Instructions To Make Mickey Mouse Cinnamon Roll
Preheat your oven to the temperature required on the can of cinnamon rolls and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Open the can of cinnamon rolls and remove all of the cinnamon rolls and icing from the can.
Place the cinnamon rolls onto the lined baking sheet, and spread them apart.
Unroll one of the cinnamon rolls and cut it in half.
Re-roll each half of the cut cinnamon roll and press each newly rolled mini-cinnamon roll onto either side of a whole large cinnamon roll.
Make sure that the smaller cinnamon rolls are pressed firmly against the side of the larger cinnamon roll so they bake together.
Repeat cutting cinnamon rolls and adding ears until all of the cinnamon rolls have had ears added.
The Cinnamon Rolls should now be in the distinctive Mickey shape.
Bake as per the instructions for your Cinnamon Rolls.
Now it is time to decorate. It’s best to do this when the cinnamon rolls are still warm from the oven.
You can use an icing bag, or simply use a small plastic bag and just cut a small hole in the corner. The kids will love to help you with this part! Make swirls with the icing – it really doesn’t have to be pretty.
Add the Mickey Mouse Sprinkles. Best enjoyed whilst still warm!
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