Cinnamon Roll Shot Glasses By Oh Bite It Take Brunch To A Whole New Level Of Amazing

It seems as though things are a-changin' in the "get our tipsy-on" department. It has taken a tipsy-turn for the fun. And by fun, I mean we're ditching that good old, trusty shot glass made of boring glass, and going for a more yummy cinnamon roll shot glass method.

Gone are the days when we were expected to chase that shot with a cool and comforting drink. Oh no, now we can chase it with a delicious tantalizing treat. What a great time to be alive. I’ve kind of taken this edible shot glass trend to unheard-of levels by raising the shot glass bar way high with this cool and delicious cinnamon-filled concoction. Follow up your shot with a delicious, frosted and fun cinnamon roll shot glass. You. Are. Welcome

These are so good, you won’t know what to do with yourself. And on that note, be very careful because they’re so tasty, you could easily forget that they’re also a little boozy. I chose to use Baileys for this recipe just to stay inside that creamy cinnamon roll flavor neighborhood, but feel free to totally explore other "flavorhoods" and give different types of alcohol a "shot" too. (See what I did there?) As always, drink responsibly.

What You'll Need:

  • Shot glasses
  • 1 container of cinnamon rolls (eight count)
  • Non-stick spray
  • Baileys

Directions:

1. Spray the inside of the shot glasses with a light coating of non-stick spray.

2. Now, simply cut the cinnamon rolls in half and gently ball them up, carefully placing the dough ball down into the glass. If your shot glasses are a bit larger, don’t cut the roll, and use the entire thing.

3. Bake them at 350 degrees for approximately 15 minutes, or just until they puff up and turn slightly golden.

4. While they’re still warm, press the inside of the roll down with a like-sized handle, making sure not to push through the bottom of the roll. Carefully run a knife around the inside edge if necessary, and they should pop right out.

5. Now, slightly warm up the enclosed frosting and dip the rims into it, coating generously.

6. Let them set up for a few minutes. While you wait, you can "ooh" and "aww" over how adorable they are.

7. Time to fill them up! Be sure to fill them right before serving, as they will get soggy and spring leaks fairly quickly. Serve them up, share with your family and friends, then drink them up. Cheers.

Images: Oh Bite It