cinnamon glaze

Heart Cinnamon Rolls

Yields 5 rolls

The things you’ll need

  • Pillsbury Grands cinnamon rolls
  • White glaze icing
  • Heart sprinkles
  • 8 inch round cake pan
  • 8 inch round parchments
  • Decorating bag fitted with a #6 tip
  • Baking spray
  • Knife and cutting board
  • Parchment paper

Let’s get started!

  1. Preheat oven to 350ºF.
  2. Remove cinnamon rolls from canister. Unravel each roll and shape strips into hearts. Arrange in a greased and lined cake pan. The tips of the heart should point towards the center.
  3. Bake for 15 to 17 minutes. Allow to cool in the pan for a few minutes and then transfer to a cutting board to cut out individual cinnamon rolls.
  4. Scoop glaze icing into piping bag and drizzle on top of cinnamon hearts. While the icing is still wet, place sprinkles on top.
  5. TaDa! Here are some sweet hearts for your sweetheart!

Just had man come into my job and order a glazed cinnamon roll even though I asked him to give me a moment. Then when I told him we aren’t selling those until after Christmas and all we have are the frosted ones, he lost his mind. He started yelling about how it was ridiculous that we don’t have any and he’s sick of hearing that and that he’s going to write a letter to corporate. To which I respond that corporate is the one who told us to stop making them. So then he says I don’t care what your coporate says, he demands to talk to a manager, which is me, asks for my name then leaves. How can you not care what corporate says and also want to write them to get me in trouble? You gotta pick one man

Post-coital Breakfast

Summary: Bond convinces Q that he had only the purest of motives when he snuck downstairs to make French toast on the morning after. 

Notes: Some fluff for @jordankaine <3 

Q wakes, nose twitching, to the scent of vanilla wafting its way up the stairs. Below, he can hear a sizzling skillet and someone singing, something-l’amour-something, in a low, cheerful voice.

Food. Cooking. He blinks his eyes open and turns to the other half of his bed: no one.

Which means…Bond is cooking.  

“No!” Q shouts, shoving his glasses on his face. He leaps out of bed, his mismatched Spiderman socks skidding on the hardwood floor, and thunders down the stairs. “So help me, Bond! You’d better not be doing what I think you’re doing!”

But Q slams past the kitchen doorway and a beautiful, custardy, cinnamon-vanilla smell hits him straight in the face. Bond is—oh, damn—he’s flipping cinnamon-glazed French toast in Q’s cast iron skillet, Q’s best spatula in his hand and Q’s blue TARDIS apron wrapped around his bare chest.

“You shit,” Q breathes, stopped in his tracks. The apron string is tied behind the broad, naked expanse of Bond’s back, a few inches above a pair of blue boxer shorts that Q finds too big on himself and wonderfully obscene on Bond.

Bond had to have heard him coming, but it’s only then that he turns around, robbing Q of the magnificent view of his arse. The smile on his face is a bit too pleased to be innocent. “Something the matter?”

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wormwoodandhoney  asked:

actually, what do you like to eat in general at the park?

Ohh man…

At Animal Kingdom, I go to Flame Tree Barbecue for quick service because they have amazing barbecue ribs. If you want table service, the kobe burger at Yak and Yeti is literally the most delicious meal I’ve ever eaten in my entire life. My snack at DAK is the cinnamon glazed roasted almonds.

Hollywood Studios is my least favorite place for food, there’s just really no outstanding place for quick service. If anything, I’ll go to the Backlot Express because they’ve got cool Star Wars themed food. Once Toy Story land and the Star Wars expansion open, I’m betting we’ll get some better quick food options. For table service, my favorite has gotta be the Sci Fi Dine-In, just for the fun theming, although I haven’t done a lot of the table service at Studios.

At Epcot, I love the beignets in the French patisserie and there’s great quick service in both Japan and China, but Epcot’s all about the drinks. I like the Welsh Dragon at Rose and Crown in the U.K., the Grey Goose orange slush in France, and if you show the bartenders at La Cava del Tequila in Mexico that you follow them on twitter, you can get 5 dollar tequila shots. Epcot is really known for their food but I just haven’t done any of the table service except Coral Reef, which I did really enjoy!

At Magic Kingdom, of course I’m biased, but I love Be Our Guest. For lunch, I get the turkey sandwich and ask for extra Dijon mayonnaise, but I highly recommend the braised pork as well. For dinner, they’ve got a great steak. My favorite dessert is the strawberry cream cheese cupcake. I even like it better than the Grey Stuff. If I’m not at BOG, I’m getting the fajita plate at Pecos Bill’s or a pulled pork and coleslaw hotdog at Casey’s.

One other thing! I don’t get DoleWhip in Magic Kingdom anymore. Ever since they swapped locations, they took out the vanilla and orange flavors, so all they have is straight pineapple DoleWhip and pineapple juice if you want the float. I recommend taking a break, swing over to the Polynesian on the monorail, go downstairs and outside and you can get my favorite version of DoleWhip: a pineapple float with pineapple and vanilla swirl!