Cinnamon Roll Sugar Cookies

I LOVE cinnamon rolls! They may be my favorite thing… ever!

When I saw this recipe from, Picky Palate, I knew I HAD to make them! These. are. INCREDIBLE! Hands down one of my favorite cookies!

If you are looking for a treat to completely “Wow” your guests, then this is the recipe! Whenever I make them, they are the first thing to disappear… and I am sure they will be at your house or party, too! 

Be sure and visit  Picky Palate for the recipe :)


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  1. The Pastry Chef

    These look amazing and I love how unique they are – can't wait to try making them. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  2. Rolled Up Pretty

    Oh my gosh, these look delicious! I want to make them today! So do they harden like cookies do? Or do they stay soft? Would I have to use that sugar cookie recipe or do you think the pre-made sugar cookie dough from the store would work? I'm lazy… ha ha! Thanks for sharing!

  3. ButterYum

    What a neat recipe. I love your blog and signed up as your newest follower and then opened my email to find out you had done the same :).

    So nice to meet you!
    Patricia

  4. Ciao Mama's

    OMG these look A-M-Azing. I am going to have to make this week for sure. I am following you back thank you so much for checking out my blog. I will be checking your recipes daily. I am a huge baker and i love to cook.

    Happy Sunday

  5. Bobbi

    Oh My Gosh!!! Thank you for leaving your link on my blog!! These look amazing. I am a sucker for cinnamon rolls. I have a recipe for cinnamon roll cheesecake I will be posting soon :)

  6. Just Jenny

    following you back :)

    I am going to save this recipe for my christmas cookie parties…I never can find something good! and these look great :)

  7. Christie, Describe Happy

    *Drool, drool* If they taste as good as they look then I am in trouble!! I can't wait to make these! And loved your pictures!!

  8. Those cinnamon rolls look FANTASTIC! I am so glad I have found your blog via "Cast Party Wednesday" (Lady Behind the Curtain). You have created such a lovely place to explore! I am your newest follower :) Have a lovely weekend!Tanja

  9. Heather

    Just wanted to know I saw these on Lil Luna's link party and made them for a party. Everyone wants the recipe, cause they were awesome!

  10. Whitney W.

    Those look like the real deal! I love the frosting! Would it be bad to eat these for breakfast? I can't wait to try these!

  11. Desiree @ The 36th Avenue

    No way! No WAY!

    Nikki… how many times am I going to feature you girl? You made it again. I'll be featuring you tomorrow during STICKER TIME!

  12. definitely going to try these – I have a very good friend who is moving away soon who loves cinnamon, so these will make a super farewell treat

  13. Susan Brady

    why do you need to put the cookies in the refrigerator? There does not appear to be anything that needs long-term refrigeration, Is it to set the icing?

    • I was wondering the same thing… have you gotten an answer? I was hoping to make these for a holiday cookie exchange but I wouldn’t want everyone to worry about keeping them refrigerated…

      • Chef in Training

        You can keep them out for serving. Just because of the cream cheese frosting it is best to store any leftovers in the refrigerator. It just helps to keep them fresh, but I have left them out for a day or two and they still are wonderful :)

  14. Michelle

    Oh MY goodness! I made these this morning and they are so divine!! Amazing, amazing! I’m taking some to my neighbor so say “Happy Birthday” ~~ she will love them! Thanks so much for posting :)

  15. Gayle Marie

    Going to make these for a cookie swap that my daughter and I are hosting when I get to her home in Kansas. Hope they are as good as they look!!!! Happy Holidays to You!!!! :0)

  16. Christy

    I can’t wait to try but I have a question. When you list multiple ingredients and say add slowly, do you mean add each one slowly individually in that order or mix the list together and then add the mixture slowly? I feel silly asking, but I really want these to turn out right.

    Thanks for sharing!

    • Chef in Training

      Hi Christy! You mix the dry ingredients together first then slowly add the mixture in slowly. With the frosting, the reason for the slowly add ingredients is to make sure you get it to you desired consistency. You can just watch it more closely that way :) Let me know if you have anymore questions. I’m happy to answer them.

  17. These look yummy and adorable! Can’t wait to make them. Trying out some new cookie recipes this winter :) Found your blog via pintrest. Looks neat – great pictures!

  18. Merle

    Hey there! (: I love cinnamon rolls!
    I just made the dough and was wondering now , if it’s supposed to be that sticky?!
    I already put more flour in it, but I’m not sure, if I’ll be able to roll it out.

    • Chef in Training

      Putting it in the fridge for a couple hours helps to manage the stickiness when it come to rolling it out. Also when it come to rolling it out, make sure you flour the surface and rolling pin well.