If you don't enjoy Cinnabons then you should probably just leave this website, turn off your computer, and crawl under the covers in shame. Don't come out until you have learned your lesson and are willing to run straight into your kitchen tossing flour and sugar everywhere until you fall into a dessert coma.
I love me a cinnamon roll any day, but you know what? Even I cannot eat a cinnamon roll every day. Okay, maybe I can, but I probably won't. Plus, after cleaning up THAT mess day after day, I'd get sort of tired.
Cookies aren't messy. Well, they aren't AS messy as cinnamon rolls. Or maybe I'm the only one who completely destroys kitchens during cinnamon roll creation. Either way, I don't think these are nearly as messy...and they don't take nearly as long. They aren't a cinnamon bun, but you know what? They'll get the job done. And they are delicious as they do it.
I doubled the recipe for this and (still) almost didn't have enough to send into work with Aaron. But I'm sure that had nothing to do with the amount of dough I ate during this cookie cooking process.
I know nothing about that.
Cinnamon Roll Cookies
By Sweet Peas Kitchen, adapted from Heat Oven to 350, originally from the King Arthur Flour Cookie Companion
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