Peanut Butter Snickerdoodle Crescent Rolls

We all know that I love peanut butter. I also love cinnamon. And peanut butter plus cinnamon is one of my favorite combinations.

Especially when you stuff it inside a crescent roll!

Peanut Butter Snickerdoodle Crescent Rolls - perfect for breakfast, brunch, or snack!

Stuffing things inside Crescent Rolls is one of my favorite ways to make breakfast. I’ve made sweet rolls, stuffed candy inside, and made palmiers. One our favorite special occasion breakfasts are breakfast sausage wrapped in the rolls (they make great road trip food too because they’re even great room temp.)

Ever since I made Peanut Butter Snickerdoodles I am addicted to adding cinnamon to anything I add peanut butter too. If you think it’s weird – don’t. People who make those cookies tell me all the time that they never would have thought of adding cinnamon to peanut butter but they can’t believe how good it is.

For this recipe, I stuffed my favorite combo into crescent rolls and baked them. These are great for breakfast, or brunch, or…a baby shower!

Peanut Butter Snickerdoodle Crescent Rolls - so easy to make with only 4 ingredients!

People – it’s raining babies around blogland. First it was Lisa. Then Cathy. Now it’s Nikki and Alyssa! You know what’s extra strange? Lisa and Cathy are BFFs in real life…and they’re due almost at the same time. Nikki and Alyssa…same thing!

I’ve met both Nikki and Alyssa at various blog conferences and they’re so super nice. I totally wish I could actually celebrate their baby shower with them! If I did, I’d hope that Alyssa would bring her Caramel Stuffed Nutella Cookies and that Nikki would bring one of her versions of pudding cookies (she’s the queen of them!)

These Peanut Butter Snickerdoodle Crescent Rolls would be a hit at a real life baby shower – you’ll love them, I promise.

Peanut Butter Snickerdoodle Crescent Rolls - perfect for breakfast, brunch, or snack!

With only 4 ingredients, these crescent rolls are a snap to make. Make them for the breakfast table or brunch, or freeze them for quick morning breakfasts during the week.

They’re filled with peanut butter and a little dash of cinnamon sugar. Hot out of the oven I roll them in more cinnamon sugar, just like when you make real snickerdoodles. Then, later, once they’ve cooled, I do my patented (not really, it’s just fun to say that) double-roll. I re-roll them a second time in the cinnamon sugar for an extra coat.

{That step is totally optional, but it makes for pretty pictures!}

Warm, they’re like an oozy sweet roll. Room temperature they’re like a new version of a peanut butter sandwich.

That’s a win-win for me!

Congrats Nikki and Alyssa! I’m so happy for both of you!

Peanut Butter Snickerdoodle Crescent Rolls

Yield: 8 rolls

Super easy and fast, these crescent rolls will become a new family favorite! Peanut butter and cinnamon sugar are rolled in a crescent roll and then rolled in more cinnamon sugar after baking.

Ingredients

  • 1 tube Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
  • 4 teaspoons peanut butter (crunchy or creamy)
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350°F. Line a baking sheet with a silicone baking mat or parchment paper.
  2. Stir the sugar and cinnamon in a small bowl.
  3. Unroll crescent rolls and separate triangles. Spread 1/2 teaspoon of peanut butter on 1/3 the thick end of each triangle. Sprinkle each with a pinch of cinnamon sugar. Roll into crescents.
  4. Bake for 8 minutes, until golden brown. While hot dip the tops in the cinnamon sugar. Repeat dipping process once they’ve cooled.
  5. Store cooled rolls in an airtight container for up to 3 days. Can also be frozen for up to one month. Makes for a quick breakfast or snack on busy days!
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Comments

  1. It totally is raining babies! Must be something in the water! These look delish Dorothy! I LOVE how wasy they are..and chocolate in a flaky, buttery pastry? YES! Pinned
    Taylor @ Food Faith Fitness recently posted..Healthy Crepe Recipe with Whipped Lemon Ricotta and Strawberry Sauce for #BrunchweekMy Profile

  2. This is really good idea.. Peanut butter and cinnamon should taste yummy!
    Medeja recently posted..Skrudinti Migdolai su Cinamonu/ Cinnamon Toasted AlmondsMy Profile

  3. These look so good! I love the idea of peanut butter + cinnamon :-) Pinned!
    Chloe @ foodlikecake recently posted..COOL DESSERTS I LIKEDMy Profile

  4. These look absolutely perfect!! Love that flavor combo, girl!!
    Cookbook Queen recently posted..Chocolate Covered Strawberry Frosted GrahamsMy Profile

  5. Oh my gosh, these look so amazing, Dorothy! Peanut butter and cinnamon are my fave, but rolled up in a crescent roll? Fabulous!
    Gayle @ Pumpkin ‘N Spice recently posted..Doritos Taco SaladMy Profile

  6. Peanut butter inside soft, doughy warm rolls…yeah, I’d have to have seconds, and then some :) pinned
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  7. You had me at peanut butter. And with the cinnamon…heaven! It’s such a great combination!
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  8. Those rolls look heavenly! I could eat a bunch of them! Thanks for joining in with us!

  9. Love the idea of giving crescent rolls a twist. Looks delicious! Pinning.
    Have a beautiful Monday Dorothy!
    Melanie @ Carmel Moments recently posted..Chocolate Caramel Cracker CandyMy Profile

  10. I love stuffing my crescents, these look beautiful girl!!!
    Aimee @ ShugarySweets recently posted..Lemon Poke CakeMy Profile

  11. So I’m shoving my face with these at the shower – in love!! Pinning!
    Chelsea @chelseasmessyapron recently posted..Simple Oatmeal Cookie Jam BarsMy Profile

  12. These are fabulous Dorothy! Perfect for any party!
    Trish – Mom On Timeout recently posted..Chunky Avocado SalsaMy Profile

  13. A-freakin’-mazing! I could enjoy about 10 of these! Yum :)
    Holly @ Life in the Lofthouse recently posted..Mexican Tortilla StackMy Profile

  14. I am full just by looking at these Dorothy! So incredibly good and easy to make. Seriously need to make these soon!

  15. Dorothy! Oh my heck girl! These look SO delicious! Thanks so much for being a part of this fun virtual shower, it meant so much to so many of our close blog friends collaborate and put this together! I appreciate it!

  16. Oh my, I can’t believe this. I love it, must have it, right now! :)
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  17. I’ve actually never tried cinnamon and peanut butter, that sounds so good!
    Kristi @ My San Francisco Kitchen recently posted..Creamy GuacamoleMy Profile

  18. So, I’m laying on my couch on bed rest watching Friends and going through foodgawker. I am making these (well my Mom is) right this second! Mine with nutella and hers with peanut butter. Thank you for a pregnancy craving fix!

  19. Perfect party food! I’m all for stuffing warm, tender bread with peanut butter!
    Jessica @ A Kitchen Addiction recently posted..M&M Cookie Sundaes + Celebrating Life’s Special EventsMy Profile

  20. Dorothy this means so much to me!! After a crazy week this put a smile on my face and tears to my eyes. Thanks so much for being apart of this. And of course you brought something amazing! All of my favorite things rolled up into a crescent! XO

  21. Those look amazing! So doughy and cinnamon-y…bet they would be fab spread with peanut butter for breakfast! :)
    How to Philosophize with Cake recently posted..Bacon polenta pancakes with peanut butter caramelMy Profile

  22. These are so cute Dorothy!! And totally perfect for once the babies come (well, I can imagine). With how easy they are to make — and super portable — and lots of PB, they’re basically the most awesome breakfast ever! Cinnamon + PB isn’t all that weird at all. Last night, I topped my vanilla ice cream with a dollop of PB and crushed gingersnap cookies. It was so good, but I bet a sprinkle of cinnamon would make it even better! Too bad my guy finished off all of the gingersnaps after I went to bed last night… Sad day!
    Amy @ Amy’s Healthy Baking recently posted..Cinnamon-Spiced Coffee CookiesMy Profile

  23. I am one of those people who is unsure about pb and cinnamon but hearing you say it’s good, baby it’s got to be!!! I bet these are soooo good right out of the oven!! UGH!
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  24. Oh how yummy! I’ll take two!! :D

  25. My mother loves cinnamon and peanut butter together. These look fantastic! I just might have to make these for her! Yum!
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  26. These are pure genius!!! Seriously genius!
    Jocelyn (Grandbaby Cakes) recently posted..Strawberry Lemonade CupcakesMy Profile

  27. Of course you would stuff crescent rolls with peanut butter!!! It sounds so delicious I can hardly stand it! And the cinnamon sugar on top! Be still my beating heart!
    Lindsey @ American Heritage Cooking recently posted..Fudgy Peanut Butter Milk Chocolate BarsMy Profile

  28. Whoa! These look crazy good, Dorothy! Give me peanut butter and I’ll be happy.

    Congrats to the expecting moms (and the just had a baby mom – I saw Lisa had hers the other day!) and have a great week, Dorothy! Pinned.
    Julie @ This Gal Cooks recently posted..Berry and Toasted Coconut SmoothieMy Profile

  29. *jaw dropping* Peanut butter and cinnamon? Oh goodness, pass me the whole plate, please. These look incredible! And perfect for a baby shower. No kidding, there have been a whole lot of blog showers recently! Little blessing everywhere :)
    Mary Frances recently posted..Fudgy Brownie Cake with Chocolate Pudding Frosting (dairy free!)My Profile

  30. Laurie F. says:

    Yum! Is there any better spice than cinnamon (well, maybe ginger!). If a big food company ever moves to your area, they should hire you as a food photographer!

  31. awwww what a sweet baby fiesta! lol and these crescent rolls look so simple and SO addictive! I actually am not sure if I’ve combined cinnamon and pb together, but I know it must be good!
    Kayle (The Cooking Actress) recently posted..Tart Lemon Bars-Guest Post with Confessions of a Baking QueenMy Profile

  32. These look awesome Dorothy! I love the idea of peanut butter and cinnamon stuffed in these rolls :) So adorable and perfect for a virtual baby shower – congrats to the Alyssa and Nikki :)
    Kelly – Life made Sweeter recently posted..Despicable Me Minion Birthday PartyMy Profile

  33. You had me at peanut butter and snickerdoodle! :) Love these crescent rolls!
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  34. I have to say, I’m one of those people who’s never tried peanut butter and cinnamon. I’m definitely ready to change that.
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