Gobble gobble! The kiddos wake up on Thanksgiving morning with energy and excitement for the day ahead. Before you watch the parade or head out on a family 5K, whip up a crafty-cute breakfast your kids will absolutely adore. These sweet cinnamon roll turkeys taste good and look even better. Happy Thanksgiving!
Cinnamon Roll Turkeys
This recipe is easy to make and a real crowd pleaser. It requires a handful of ingredients and is going to make your house smell delicious.
Cinnamon Roll Turkeys Ingredients:
- 1 can Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls
- 1 package bacon
- Candy Eyes
- Candy Corn
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Cinnamon Roll Turkeys Directions:
- Bake Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls according to package directions.
- Glaze with icing while still warm.
- Cook bacon until it is slightly on the crispy side.
- Cut the pieces of bacon into thirds.
- Tuck 3 pieces of bacon into the last fold of the cinnamon roll.
- Use candy eyes and candy corn as your turkey's face.
Want another delicious cinnamon bun recipe? Check out this one from MomGerenations.
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