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How to Cook Appetizing Bourbon peach Cinnamon Rolls

Bourbon peach Cinnamon Rolls. Bourbon Peach Cinnamon Rolls are gooey, juicy, and full of summertime peach flavor. Though this recipe takes a bit of time to let the dough rise properly, the end result is a picture perfect pan of cinnamon rolls. It's the best way to start the day!

Bourbon peach Cinnamon Rolls Peach cinnamon rolls are one of my favorite cinnamon rolls with fresh or frozen peaches. An egg based dough is just perfect with the added fruit and don't forget the interesting glaze. However, others loved the bourbon flavor with the peaches. You can have Bourbon peach Cinnamon Rolls using 5 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Bourbon peach Cinnamon Rolls

  1. It's of Cinnamon rolls (pre made, uncooked. your favorite brand).
  2. It's of Brown Sugar.
  3. Prepare of Fresh Peaches.
  4. You need of Bourbon, your fav brand.
  5. You need of Butter.

I thought they were perfect just with butter. I have another cooking video for you guys, this is my bourbon and brown sugar cinnamon rolls. These are soooo delicious and best served warm. This recipe for Cinnamon Rolls with Bourbon-Soaked Raisins is a really delicious option for a special holiday breakfast or brunch.

Bourbon peach Cinnamon Rolls instructions

  1. Slice your peaches fairly thin and put into a bowl..
  2. Add your bourbon and brown sugar, just enough bourbon to coat the peaches and brown sugar.
  3. In a greased muffin pan, put a small pat of butter at the bottom.
  4. Line the bottom with sliced peaches.
  5. Top with your cinnamon roll and press down firmly.
  6. Bake 350 for 15/20 mims depending on your oven..
  7. Use a butter knife to run around the edges, flip your pan over and enjoy your cinnamon rolls!.

A filling of sweet brown sugar, cinnamon and bourbon-soaked raisins is rolled between a light and delicious pastry. Then, a sweet and light confectioner's sugar glaze is. Growing up, cinnamon rolls were a big deal in my family. Sometimes, we'd bake them from scratch, other times we'd share a particularly giant one from the best So these peach rolls were born. They're gooey, buttery, and soft—just like my favorite cinnamon rolls—but also sweet, juicy, and a little tart.

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