Sweet As A Flower

One of the many qualities I admire in my mom so much is the fact that no matter how old my sisters and I get, she still goes out of her way to create a fun family atmosphere. Her excuse now is that she does it for the grandkids. My personal opinion says she secretly uses it as a way to baby her overgrown daughters for as long as she can. Hey, I’m not complaining! There’s no touch like that of a mother…no matter how old you are.

Not sure where she came up with her latest creation, but I have to admit it brought a little sunshine to my morning and a smile to my face.

This breakfast is so creative, cute, and overwhelmingly easy! Even someone as simple as I can manage this while looking like a baking genius.

Pillsbury Orange Sweet Rolls

Pillsbury Orange Sweet Rolls

She took an easy can of Pillsbury Orange Sweet Rolls and formed it into the shape of a flower. On a large cookie sheet place one roll as the center. The other rolls are unrolled, cut in half, and formed into half ovals as the petals, keeping one long and straight as the stem. All the other baking directions will remain the same. To add some extra cute flair and texture, she added canned mandarin oranges into the centers of the petals and drizzled the Orange icing over the top.

What I especially love about this is that it can be done with regular cinnamon rolls and any other variation of fruit. Not only did my cheesy family have a blast with it, but I see it as being a great option for a brunch or a huge hit for a children’s slumber party as well. Delicious!

❤ Hayley Elise


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