Made with packaged cinnamon roll dough, shaped like intestines, baked and topped with red icing, these air fryer bloody intestine cinnamon rolls will be a hit with your family or at your party!
Need a spoooky treat?!
Bloody intestine cinnamon rolls are a spooky twist to a breakfast favorite – cinnamon rolls. What a delight to wake up to the scent of cinnamon rolls baking in the kitchen! But wait! We’re talking Halloween, so, as you prepare for ghosts, goblins and dishes filled with candy for the kids who will ring your doorbell and yell “Trick or Treat”, make sure to do something special for your own family.
Can you imagine your children’s squeals and shrieks as you serve bloody intestine cinnamon rolls to them for breakfast? Or, take these treats to work for the break room and creep out your co-workers with your bloody intestine cinnamon rolls! If you prefer, use the bloody intestine cinnamon rolls as a sweet treat for your Halloween dinner or party. (I figured you will want to add the link to your mummy dogs here)
What do the bloody intestine cinnamon rolls taste like?
While the bloody intestine cinnamon rolls may look gruesome, they are very sweet and tasty, and are a quick start to your day, taking less than 30 minutes to prep and cook, and you only need two ingredients! I used my Instant Pot for this recipe. I love using the Instant Pot because I just set it and forget it! It alerts me when the rolls are done and they come out perfect every time!
What if I don’t have an air fryer?
The bloody intestine cinnamon rolls can be baked in the oven by following the package directions for baking. It is best if you bake the intestines on a cookie sheet so you can transfer them easily to a serving dish.
I want more icing! How can I make more?
If you prefer more icing than the icing that came in the package, you can make your own by mixing 1 cup powdered sugar with 3 teaspoons milk. Make sure to mix it until it is creamy and all the powdered sugar is mixed completely.
These cinnamon rolls are so easy to store!
If you have any leftovers, your bloody intestine cinnamon rolls can be stored for up to 2 days at room temperature on the counter, and up to a week in the refrigerator. Make sure to store them in an airtight container or wrap them tightly with plastic wrap.
- 1 can of cinnamon rolls – Some canned cinnamon rolls have stamped rolls and others have rolled buns. Either is fine. If you prefer more icing than the icing that came in the package, you can make your own by mixing 1 cup powdered sugar with 3 teaspoons milk. Make sure to mix it until it is creamy and all the powdered sugar is mixed completely.