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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of The Hershey Company. All opinions are 100% mine.
These incredible sweet rolls are filled with Hershey’s Chocolate Chips and Heath Toffee Bits and sprinkled with cinnamon. They are rolled up and baked to golden brown perfection and then smothered in a sweet salted caramel icing.
I’m not typically one for sweets – I almost always choose savory – but during the holidays I’m all about the sweets. I always have a supply of Hershey’s chocolate on hand – from Hershey’s Chocolate Chips to Hershey’s Cocoa powder to those classic Hershey’s Kisses chocolates.
I started out intending to make a traditional cinnamon roll, but these Hershey’s Chocolate Chips and Heath Toffee Bits were staring me in the face begging me to use them. (see? I told you I always have them on hand!).
I finally gave in and the result was this chocolatey, salty, ooey-gooey sinful treat. The salted caramel icing is so easy to make while the sweet rolls are baking, and is poured on while the rolls are hot. The best part is they are mini sized, so you can of course indulge in two, or five, if you like.
Sweet rolls are typically a breakfast indulgence, but these Chocolate Toffee Cinnamon Rolls are so decadent I’d definitely recommend enjoying them with a hot cup of coffee or a cold glass of milk. I’ll bet Santa would be thrilled to get some of these delicious sweet rolls instead of cookies this year!
This would be a great recipe to get your kids involved with – the ingredients and simple and the process is too. Little ones can help sprinkle chocolate chips and roll the dough, and older ones could help with making the icing. This holiday season, start new traditions, build lasting memories and enjoy the magic of the season with your family by baking and creating with Hershey products.
Be sure to visit The Hershey Company website for more sweet holiday treats!
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