Iced Cinnabon Pancakes

I’ve always passed by the mouthwatering Cinnabon stand in the food court, but I’ve never actually eaten a Cinnabon! Although, I have eaten my fair share of cinnamon rolls! While in elementary school, my mom would make slice ‘n bake cinnamon rolls every night (the closest to home-made baking she’ll ever get) an my friends would insist on having sleepovers at my house so we could snack on these fantastic goodies before bed! But now for a sweet and gooey breakfast, these cinnamon bun pancakes are sososo finger-licking delicious! Besides the perfect combination of vanilla pancakes and  sweet cinnamon swirls, what makes this breakfast treat so delicious is how the  swirl becomes a caramelized, chewy crunch all topped with  a magnificent icing glaze! Everyone in the house on Sunday morning, myself included, can proudly declare that these are the best pancakes ever made, because as Cinnabon says “life needs frosting“! Enjoy!!!

Recipe: Cinnamon Roll Pancakes

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18 thoughts on “Iced Cinnabon Pancakes

  1. OMG! You are killing me with this recipe! ^_^ I am going to make these on Sunday for my sons. Do you know if they reheat okay? Thanks for posting what appears to be one amazing recipe!

      • For two years I cooked the Friday eivenng Friendship Dinner for a hundred people when it was our groups turn, that was fun until the program director started telling me how I had to do everything. I don’t need someone telling me how to do something, I’ve cooked in cafes and had a food handlers card and don’t like idiot directors that don’t know what they are talking about fussing at me so I told him to take a flying f*** at a rolling donut. Breakfast is my favorite meal to cook, did them a lot of Sundays when I was raising a family.

  2. This was the topic of our walk this evening! Wow these pancakes look amazingly good! Can’t wait to try them but afraid there won’t be any left for the family

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