Well, we’re done with 2012 and on to 2013. Looking back I think I’m overall pretty happy with the way the year went. We learned a lot, laughed a lot, and made some big decisions that turned out to be the best. I hope everyone had a year worth reflecting on and I wish you the best for 2013.
To start the year off right I’ve decided to share with you my recipe for hocus pocus rolls. Why hocus pocus? Because they’re MAGIC! They taste like a cinnamon roll with none of the effort, there’s a disappearing act that is pretty cool, and they are magically DELICIOUS! Did I have you at cinnamon roll? I thought so.
Here’s what you need:
roll of crecent rolls
marshmallows – 1 for each roll
melted butter or ghee
cinnamon sugar mix
First POP that can of crecent rolls open and lay them out. Then take a marshmallow coat it in ghee or melted butter and cover with cinnamon sugar.
Next you want to place the marshmallow in the center of the roll and roll it up so that the marshmallow is completely sealed in there. I only made four rolls because we don’t give much sugar to my son so I left the other four plain for him. Anyway, I left a couple unsealed to show you what happens. Nice of me, huh? 🙂
Next I brushed some ghee over the top and dusted a little bit of cinnamon sugar on top. Pop them in the oven for 10-12 minutes or until they’re golden brown.
When they come out, they’ll look totally normal, but the magic is waiting on the inside!
As you can see, if you leave them unsealed, they poop all over the place and it’s sticky and hard to unstick. SO, make sure you seal them up.
Here’s what happens when you do it right: