There’s no shortage of bacon floating around the Guyism Grill, but never has it been used so simply. Bacon Cinnamon Rolls might be the the easiest and most delicious breakfast you’ll ever make. Plus they look good in a picture so your friends will be ridiculously jealous.
When I say that these are easy, it’s not like all the other times when I lied about it. This is as simple as it gets. If you can’t manage to make Bacon Cinnamon Rolls, you’re destined to live alone with cats for the rest of your miserable, bacon-less life.
Get the big ones. I know, that’s the first time anyone’s said that to you, but trust me. The cinnamon rolls in the narrow tube aren’t meant to be unraveled, so while they’re delicious on Christmas morning, they’re useless when creating artery bombs.
Get Grands or suffer defeat at the hands of a two ingredient recipe. How can I be so certain? I got the wrong one the first time.
Only half-cook the bacon at this point. It’ll spend another 15+ minutes in the oven later, and nobody wants overcooked pig. Get it to the point where much of the grease has escaped but the strips are still be flexible.
From here on out it’s as easier than finding a reality show on Bravo.
See, it really is the easiest thing I’ve ever made. Each step is so obvious that I couldn’t even be bothered to write witty commentary between the pictures. If you can unroll a Fruit by the Foot then you can make Bacon Cinnamon Rolls.
If you have a Fruit by the Foot…I’m jealous. Please send it to me.
The icing seen in the top picture is literally the icing on top. That’s how cinnamon rolls work. In this case it locks in a sweet-savory combination that’s unbeatable. The salt from the bacon is perfect with the sugar from the icing, and the cinnamon rolls it all together.
I can’t stress enough how much you need to make these. I understand not cooking some of the more complicated recipes from the Guyism Grill, but there’s no excuse not to make Bacon Cinnamon Rolls. You can thank RecipeSweet for originally bringing this to my attention.
- 1 can Pillsbury Grands! Cinnamon Rolls
- 5 bacon strips
- Lay bacon strips on foil-line cookie sheet.
- Place in cool oven and turn on with heat set at 350 degrees.
- Remove bacon after 10 minutes and dry on paper towel.
- Open and unroll cinnamon rolls in long strips
- Lay strip of bacon in center of each and reroll, stretching as you go.
- Place on greased cookie sheet.
- Cook at 350 for 16-18 minutes or until golden brown.
- Drizzle icing on top.
- Eat 5 cinnamon rolls. Feel like shit. Buy more to make tomorrow.