All the Spooky Dinners You Could Ever Want: 10 Fun Halloween Dinner Ideas

10 Fun Halloween Dinner Ideas

Goblins, bats, black cats, and cheeky puns, something spooky is in the air and it’s Halloween! Every Halloween gathering needs a spooky Halloween dinner and I’ve scoured the Internet to find you the best Halloween dinner ideas for your fantastic Halloween party.

10 Fun Halloween Dinner Ideas

 

Halloween Dinner Ideas Chicken Pot Pie Recipe
from Moscato Mom

Halloween Chicken Pot Pie

What can I say about this beautiful Halloween Chicken Pot Pie? Make this and it’ll be Instagram-worthy for sure.

Halloween Dinner Ideas Eyeball Pinwheels
from Home Cooking Memories

Eyeball Pinwheels

What a cute and easy spin on pinwheels! Definitely kid friendly and when paired with a cute jack-o-lantern or monster you’ve got the most adorable Halloween dinner.

Halloween Dinner Ideas Pizza Mummies
from Thrifty Jinxy

Mummy Pizzas

Have to give my fellow Minnesota blogger props for her creative Halloween dinner idea – Mummy Pizzas. Need I say more?

Halloween Dinner Ideas Halloween Mummies
from Sandy Toes and Popsicles

Mummy Hotdogs

Add a little crescent dough, a hot dog, some mustard eyes and you’ve got a really cute Halloween dinner on a stick! Make these while you go out around the block collecting your treats or spice things up and use different seasoned hot dog varieties.

Halloween Dinner Ideas Green-monster-pasta-recipe
from Everyday Savvy

Monster Pasta Recipe

This Monster Pasta would be a hit for kids and adults at your Halloween party. Talk about one of the more colorful Halloween dinner ideas.

Halloween Dinner Ideas Spooky Spaghetti
from Make Life Lovely

Spooky Spaghetti

I love this Spooky Spaghetti recipe! The colors are awesome and the eyes add a special creepy, Halloween touch for this Halloween dinner recipe.

Halloween Dinner Ideas Mini-Pizza-Pumpkins
from Play Party Plan

Mini Pizza Pumpkins

Ever the perfect party planner, my girl Britni, at Play Party Plan dishes up a fun and creative make your own jack-o-lantern pizza party idea with her mini pizza pumpkins.

Halloween Dinner Ideas Mummy Fish Sticks
from Cutefetti

Fish Stick Mummies

My daughter loves fish sticks and she’d be down for these adorable Fish Stick Mummies. Perfect way to get the kids to have a little protein with their Halloween dinner.

Halloween Dinner Ideas Halloween-Skillet-Pizza
from A Mom’s Take

Ghost Skillet Pizza

I can image doing a find the ghost Halloween party game with this skillet pizza. Can’t you?

Halloween Dinner Ideas Halloween Lunchbox
from Mom Endeavors

Ghost Sandwiches

How cute are these little ghost sandwiches? I love them and I think my kids would get a kick getting these for Halloween lunch.

Okay I’m all ready to go with these Halloween meal ideas now. I’m definitely going to plan a perfect Halloween shin-dig. Maybe I’ll invite the kids or maybe I’ll do a moms only party! Now that would be fun.

10 Fun Halloween Dinner Ideas

Low-Carb Mixed Drink – The Crisp Pumpkin Spice Moscow Mule

Vertical Moscow Mule Pumpkin Spic

I have got the best low-carb Moscow Mule recipe. Nothing screams fall like pumpkin spice. amiright? I am. As soon as Labor Day says good bye to the sweet summertime I’m ready to pack away my white pants and bring out cozy sweaters, then I head to the nearest Starbucks for that infamous Pumpkin Spice Latte. I was thinking that there’s got to be a way to add a little pumpkin spice into a mixed beverage. I didn’t want to do a warm beverage because so many times it’s still warm during the fall. What other mixed beverage would work by a bonfire? Hmmm – yes! A crisp Pumpkin Spice Moscow Mule! If you’re like me you may be watching your carbohydrate intake, it’s really easy to make a low-carb, keto-friendly adult drink (like the low-carb Mojito I made this summer), add a hint of pumpkin spice and you’re all set. We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.

Low Carb & Keto Friendly Pumpkin Spice Moscow Mule

Low-Carb Adult Beverage – The Crisp Pumpkin Spice Moscow Mule

When I put together this little mixed drink I was surprised by how easy it was to create. Making your own adult drinks at home is not only economical but you can put your own twist on classic recipes like the Moscow Mule. If you’ve never heard of a Moscow Mule, allow me to enlighten you.

How did the Moscow Mule come to be?

The origin story of the Moscow Mule is a really interesting one. The Moscow Mule has been around since 1941 when the drink was first made in a bar in Hollywood. Bar owner, John Martin, had bought a lot of Russian vodka, Smirnoff Vodka to be specific. He couldn’t get rid of the stuff because the US hadn’t really been exposed to vodka, the clear alcohol of choice was gin, so no one really wanted to drink it. Martin complained about his tons of vodka to his friend and fellow Hollywood bar owner, Jack Morgan. Morgan, in turn, complained about all of the ginger beer he had laying around. The two decided to turn their frowns upside down and began experimenting with the Smirnoff and ginger beer. After a few attempts they settled on the ratios we have today, as well as adding lime juice and a lime wedge to the beverages. Vodka’s popularity in the US is indebted to the Moscow Mule.

Is the Moscow Mule from Russia?

No. It originated in Hollywood, CA at the “C” ‘n Bull pub on Sunset Strip. The drink was given its name, kind of haphazardly, or at least it’s not very clear where it came from. Smirnoff, from Russia, was the only vodka really on the US market and many joked at the time that the word “vodka” meant horrible in Russian.

Pumpkin Spice Moscow Mule with Cinnamon Sticks

What is a Low-Carb Moscow Mule?

What makes the mixed beverages standout is it’s pairing of vodka and ginger beer. Ginger beer is considered non-alcoholic because its alcohol content is under 0.5%. The drink also must be served in a copper mug. The adult bevvie  can be made into a low-carb Moscow Mule by using a diet ginger beer. A copper mug? That’s ridiculous! No, there’s more to that story.

Why is a Moscow Mule served in a copper mug?

Contrary to what you may think, at the time of its creation, the copper mug really had nothing to do with the Moscow Mule’s ingredients and how the mixed drink scientifically needed to be served. It’s tradition. When Martin and Morgan created the adult drink they met a woman who had a rather large assortment of copper mugs. She wasn’t able to get anyone to purchase her copper mugs, which were rather popular in India and Ireland, however, the trend hadn’t made it over to the US yet. Seeing that copper is useful at keeping drink cold, Martin and Morgan decided that in order to make the adult drinks stand out in a sea of gin fancy drinks, the Moscow Mule would always be served in a copper mug. Nowadays, copper mugs have become part of the experience and many have realized that it does matter what kind of glassware you serve your mule.

A low-carb Moscow Mule works best in a copper mug because of its ability to keep the drink chilled, as well as the temperature of the mug becoming chilled.

Vertical Moscow Mule Pumpkin Spic

Is a Moscow Mule low-carb? Is a Moscow Mule keto-friendly?

Yes. Depending on the sugar count of the ginger beer that you use, it is considered low carb. If you use a sugar-free or diet, ginger beer in your adult drink there are zero sugars in your beverage. After the ginger beer the only ingredients you have are ice, vodka and lime juice. No sugar or carbs in those ingredients.

 

Low-Carb Pumpkin Spice Moscow Mule

Low-Carb Pumpkin Spice Moscow Mule

This Pumpkin Spice variation of the Moscow Mule will become your favorite go-to mixed drink for those somewhat warmer fall days when you still want to celebrate autumn but can't stand a hot beverage. 

Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Keyword Moscow Mule
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 1 person
Calories 135 kcal
Author Bert A.

Ingredients

  • 2 oz. vodka higher quality or Smirnoff
  • Juice from half a lime
  • 4 oz. Diet Ginger Beer or Diet Ginger Ale
  • Ice
  • ¼ tsp pumpkin spice

Instructions

  1. Combine all of the ingredients in a shaker and shake until cold. About 15 shakes

    Poor into a brass mug and top off with more ginger beer, lime slice, and cinnamon stick.

    Enjoy!! 

    pumpkin spice Moscow Mule in copper mug

Recipe Notes

You can made this adult drink using regular ginger beer, however, it will not be low-carb or keto-friendly.

Where should I get copper mugs for my Moscow Mule?

I love shopping and there are so many awesome copper mugs you can buy for your homemade Moscow Mule! Here are a few that I personally love.

From Benicci – Four Hand Crafted 100% Copper Mugs

Benicci Copper Mugs

iHarbort Moscow Mule Copper Mugs, Set of 2, 16 oz

Two Moscow Mule Mugs, 16 oz with Rose Gold Steel Straws

Moscow Mule Mugs – Set of 4-100% HANDCRAFTED

Set of four Copper Moscow Mule Mugs with shot glass and straws

Pumpkin Spice Moscow Mule

  • 2 oz. vodka
  • Juice from half a lime
  • 4 oz. diet ginger beer (or diet ginger ale)
  • Ice
  • ¼ tsp pumpkin spice

Combine all of the ingredients in a shaker and shake until cold. About 15 shakes. Poor into a brass mug and top off with more ginger beer, lime slice, and cinnamon stick.

Enjoy!!

Pumpkin Spice Moscow Mule - the perfect fall cocktail shown in copper mugs with cinnamon stick and lime wedge

 

Want more fall-inspired recipes?

Simple Cinnamon Apples Bites

PUMPKIN CRUNCH CAKE

THE BEST GINGER MOLASSES COOKIES

Pumpkin Spice Protein Shake Recipe

Easy Pumpkin Spicy Hummus

Restaurant Style Autumn Squash Soup

 

10 Fall Snacks You’ll Love Plus Super Easy Homemade Caramel Apple Pudding

Pumpkin-apple-pop-snack

I love the fall and I especially love fall snacks, specifically apple snacks! I’ve looked throughout the internet and found some of the absolute best fall snack ideas around. Plus I’m sharing with you one of my favorite fall snacks – Caramel Apple Pudding.

10 tasty, easy fall snacks that you will love. Perfect for entertaining! #snacks #fall

Fall Snacks You’ll Love Plus Super Easy Homemade Caramel Apple Pudding
I love caramel apples but honestly, the sticky mess drives me crazy. When I happened upon this recipe for an easy snack idea, Caramel Apple Pudding, I knew I had to try it. It’s an easy crowd pleaser that kids and adults will love this fall. You can use Caramel Apple Pudding at your next tailgate for a little something sweet, use it as a dip for some cinnamon sugar graham crackers, or a sweet after school snack.
Caramel Apples Pudding
Ingredients:
  • 1 package of Butterscotch Pudding Mix
  • 1 can of Crushed Pineapples
  • 1 (8 oz.) container of Cool Whip
  • 4 large Apples

Step by Step:

  1. Start by skinning and dicing up 4 large apple. You can use red or green.
  2. In a large mixing bowl add your cool whip and pudding mix together.
  3. Mix on high with a hand mixer until well blended and smooth.
  4. Add in you pineapple and diced apples.
  5. Fold into cool whip mixture with spatula. 
  6. Place mixture in fridge and chill for one hour. 
  7. Serve and enjoy! 
Caramel Apple Pudding Steps

Caramel Apple Pudding

Easy, tasty and this just screams autumn. You'll love this easy caramel apple pudding.

Course Snack
Cuisine American
Prep Time 10 minutes
Chill in refridgerator 1 hour
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 6
Calories 108 kcal

Ingredients

  • 1 package of Butterscotch Pudding Mix
  • 1 can of Crushed Pineapples
  • 1 8 oz. container of Cool Whip
  • 4 large Apples

Instructions

  1. Start by skinning and dicing up 4 large apple. You can use red or green.
  2. In a large mixing bowl add your cool whip and pudding mix together.
  3. Mix on high with a hand mixer until well blended and smooth.
  4. Add in you pineapple and diced apples.
  5. Fold into cool whip mixture with spatula.
  6. Place mixture in fridge and chill for one hour.
  7. Serve and enjoy!

Here are some more fall snack ideas that I found. I don’t know about you but I cannot wait to try everything out!

Cinnamon Apple Bites from My No-Guilt Life.

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from My No-Guilt Life

These are so easy to make and the absolute perfect after school snack during those crisp fall days, don’t you think? Check out Cinnamon Apple Bites right here.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Dip

Pumpkin-Cheesecake-Feature
from The Farm Girl Gabs

Doesn’t this look so tasty? I can see my kids loving this pumpkin cheesecake dip for an after school fall snack! You can get the recipe here at The Farm Girl Gabs.

Pumpkin Patch Pudding Cups

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from Arts & Crackers

I just about died when I saw these adorable pumpkin patch inspired pudding cups from Arts & Crackers. She says she’s the original creator of this recipe so you know if you want authenticity, gotta go with the OG. You can get the recipe here.

Homemade Fruit Bars

Fruit-bars
from the simple balance blog

It’s never even dawned on me to make my own fruit bars but after reading the recipe over at The Simple Balance Blog I’m kind of excited to try. You can get the recipe for these fall snacks here!

Refrigerator Apple Raisin Bran Muffins

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from Savoring the Good

My friend, Sarah, from Savoring the Good, always has great recipes that not only taste good but are also easy to make. She calls this recipe her scholarship winning Refrigerator Apple Raisin Bran Muffins and you can get the recipe for this award winning snack here.

Pumpkin Apple Pops

Pumpkin-apple-pop-snack
from Raising Whasians

This is such a simple recipe for fall snacks but the outcome is just downright adorable. Apples, caramel popcorn, chocolate chips and frosting? You’ve got yourself a fabulous snack for that fall day! Click here to try it out.

Witches Brew Kettle Corn Snack Mix

witches-brew-kettle-corn-snack-mix
from Dash of Sanity

She had me at kettle corn! I love kettle corn, the sweet and salty combination hits the spot! You have one of the best snacks in the world – kettle corn – and then you add the quintessential fall snack candy corn, mix it with a little some cinnamon and chocolate covered peanuts, you’ve got yourself some pretty wicked witches brew! For the recipe click here.

HEALTHY PUMPKIN PIE BANANA SMOOTHIE RECIPE

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from Savor the Thyme

My kids love smoothies so this is one of the most perfect fall snacks for them! It’s really easy to make and is pretty healthy. Find the recipe here at Savor the Thyme.

EASY SNACK PACK CANDY CORN PUDDING CUPS

Fall Snacks Candy-corn-pudding-parfait
from Play Party Plan

These are so cute and would be perfect for that fall festival party, don’t you think? The easy things are often the most successful which is what you’ll find with this Snack Pack Candy Corn Pudding Parfait from Play Party Plan.

Be sure to save this roundup so you can make all the fun fall snacks that I found. Which one are you the most excited to try?

10 fall snacks you need on your menu this year.

 

How to Make Homemade Kettle Corn

How to make Homemade Kettle Corn featured photo

Kettle corn is a carnival and fair classic on a summer afternoon. While you can buy kettle corn popcorn topping you can’t really beat the flavor of homemade kettle corn. Whether a fun treat or a snack for a summer movie night. when you think of kettle corn you often think that you would need special equipment or extra time but you will be surprised how quick and easy you can make your own homemade kettle corn.

How to Make Kettle Corn from your own Kitchen

Give me something sweet and salty and you’ve got me in the palm of your hands. I absolutely adore kettle corn. When I was in college my roommate could not stand the way it smelled and oddly enough I had never experienced kettle corn until I met her. Well, that made the sweet and salty treat all the more desirable for this rebel. Now you can make it from the comfort of your own home! We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.

What is Kettle Corn?

Think of kettle corn as the middle ground between regular popcorn and caramel popcorn. Definitely not as messy as caramel popcorn and not as sweet but it has a lighter sweet and salty mix that regular popcorn just doesn’t have.

 

Is Kettle Corn good for you?

Popcorn is a great low calorie, low fat snack. When you add the sugar and salt that’s needed to create that perfect batch of homemade popcorn you’re going to find yourself with a higher calorie snack. It’s not that much higher than regular popcorn without the butter and salt but you are adding sugar into the mix so just be aware of that. Plus, if you’re like me you won’t be able to stop eating it!

Popcorn as a snack is healthy
Photo by Keegan Evans from Pexels

How do you make Kettle Corn with microwave popcorn?

You really can’t. To be able to make true, good kettle corn you’ll need to pop the kernels with the sugar and salt mixture. You can try to use microwave popcorn that’s popped and add the oil, sugar and salt to already popped popcorn but it’s not going to have the same result. It’ll be more like caramel corn.

Is Kettle Corn gluten-free?

In a word, yes. There isn’t any gluten in popcorn and oil and those two ingredients are the main ingredients for making Kettle Corn. Sugar and Salt do not contain gluten either so yes, homemade kettle corn is gluten-free. Remember that you can control the ingredients that go into homemade kettle corn which is one of the beauties of making your own kettle corn snack.

How do you make homemade Kettle Corn?

Gather your ingredients and tools: Large pot with lid – I like this one, Cooking or popcorn oilPopcorn kernels, 1/2 cup sugar, 1/4 teaspoon salt.

Place your pan on the stove over medium heat. Place three tablespoons of popcorn kernels in the bottom of the pan. Add enough oil to cover the seeds.

Add the popcorn to the oil to make kettle corn

Dump in the salt and sugar. Stir until the oil heats enough to pop one of the seeds.

Dump in the salt and sugar. Stir until the oil heats enough to pop one of the seeds.

Fill a single layer of seeds along the bottom of the pan. Place the lid over the top of the pan and gently shake the pan as it heats.

Fill a single layer of seeds along the bottom of the pan. Shake to make kettle corn.

Continue to shake as the popcorn pops stopping for a few seconds here and there to help keep the temperature. When the majority of kernels are popped remove the pot from the stove, allow to cool a little bit (warm, fresh kettle corn is my favorite thing) and then enjoy!

Fresh, homemade kettle corn is the best.

Doesn’t that look absolutely amazing? Ensue mouth watering in 3…2…1! You can make your own kettle corn with the recipe below! Enjoy!

Try these awesome popcorn recipes for your next gathering!

4th of July Popcorn

Cars 3 Party Popcorn

Birthday Cake Popcorn

Mickey Mouse Popcorn

Homemade Kettle Corn

To make your own kettle corn you only need a few basics. If you do not have an oil popcorn maker you can make kettle corn right on the stove with a large pot and lid right on your stove top. This easy project is sure to get the kids excited if you let them join you and watch the popcorn pop.
Course Snack
Cuisine American
Keyword popcorn
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Servings 5
Calories 122 kcal
Author Bert A.

Ingredients

  • Large pot with lid
  • 2 tbsp Cooking or popcorn oil
  • 3 tbsp Popcorn kernels
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt

Instructions

  1. Place your pan on the stove over medium heat.
  2. Place three popcorn seed in the bottom of the pan. Add enough oil to cover the seeds.
  3. Dump in the salt and sugar. Stir until the oil heats enough to pop one of the seeds.
  4. Fill a single layer of seeds along the bottom of the pan.
  5. Place the lid over the top of the pan and gently shake the pan as it heats.
  6. Continue to shake as the popcorn pops stopping for a few seconds here and there to help keep the temperature.
  7. When popping starts to slow turn off the heat and keep shaking the pan until the popping stops. Immediately transfer to a large bowl for serving. 

Recipe Notes

Want an extra sweet kettle corn? Add more sugar. Like a bit of a salty kick to your sweet and salty kettle corn add more salt. The best part about homemade kettle corn is you can make it the way you like.

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2 Ingredient Slow Cooker Cinnamon Rolls Recipe

This easy to make, two ingredient slow cooker recipe is hands down a family favorite in our home. It’s so simple in fact, whenever my kids ask if we can make them I exclaim, “Why yes darling! I will make Slow Cooker cinnamon rolls for you!” All you need is a trusty slow cooker, a roll of cinnamon rolls and some vanilla ice cream. Yes, ice cream, you’ll see how they work into the slow cooker cinnamon rolls just wait!

2 Ingredient Slow Cooker Cinnamon Rolls

People I know often ask me how I “do it all.” I typically respond with, “Well, I don’t do it all.” It’s true; there are plenty of things I don’t do because of schedules, time, life and those three little humans I happen to have the privilege  to be raising. In the few times that I do have my act together and I am “doing it all” my key secret is my slow cooker. Dinner or breakfast for that matter made in the slow cooker is often times my saving grace during the day; especially since my prime dinner prep happens to be during the witching hour. What is the witching hour? Oh it’s that special time when all hell breaks loose with your children around the early evenings between 4:00pm and 6:30pm.

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2 Ingredient Slow Cooker Cinnamon Rolls Recipe

One of my favorite slow cooker cinnamon rolls is from Fix-it and Forget-it: Slow Cooker Magic. The recipe is really easy and it tastes so good! It’s called Custard Cinnamon Rolls. I know, who would’ve thought to make cinnamon rolls in a slow cooker?! Genius, plus your house ends up smelling amazing!

What to look for in a slow cooker

You need a reliable slow cooker in order to make Slow Cooker Cinnamon Rolls but how do you decide which one to buy? First you can go with well known brands and that’s kind of a no-brainer. Here are other features you should consider:

  • Size – The popular size of slow cookers is the 6-quart slow cooker. It can feed four to five people as well as large pieces of meat. You can get any size of slow cooker from 1-Quart to 8.5-Quarts.
  • Temperature Control Settings – You should have a slow cooker that has a low setting and a high setting. I also like having a “keep warm” setting.
  • Digital Programmable – You can always get the manual programmable slow cooker but I have to ask why. You can easily program a digital programmable slow cooker to cook for a certain amount of time and keep the dish warm if you aren’t at home.
  • Removable Crock – You want to have a slow cooker that has a removable crock. It’s easier to clean.
  • Shape – An oblong slow cooker will cook meat like chicken, pork chops, ribs easily. A round slow cooker can cook just about anything.
  • Lid – While you can get a plastic lid, please don’t. Stick to glass, it can withstand hot temperatures better.

What’s the difference between a Crock-Pot and a Slow Cooker?

Nothing. Crock-Pot is a brand name the same way Kleenex is, Band-Aids are, you get the point.

Ingredients for Slow Cooker Cinnamon Rolls.

First things first, gather all of your ingredients. All two of them, vanilla ice cream and refrigerated cinnamon rolls.

Turn your slow cooker onto HIGH so that it preheats.

Custard Cinnamon Rolls Ingredients

Measure out the ice cream so that you’re using three and a half cups. Licking the spatula afterwards is always necessary. See? I’m putting it in the directions so you have to indulge.

Measuring Ice Cream for Custard Cinnamon Rolls

Spread your ice cream into the preheated slow cooker and flatten it out as it softens.

Ice Cream flattened on Bottom of Slow Cooker

Take cinnamon rolls out of the tube and press into the ice cream.

Press Cinnamon Rolls into Ice Cream

Cover and cook on HIGH for two hours, when the ice cream looks like a thick custard and the rolls are no longer doughy.

Serve with icing on top and enjoy a cup of hot coffee.

Fix It and Forget It Custard Cinnamon Rolls

 

Custard Cinnamon Rolls from Fix-it and Forget-It

Ingredients

1 pkg. 8 refrigerator cinnamon rolls with icing
3.5 cups full-fat vanilla ice cream (half a 1 3/4 quart box)

Preheat slow cooker by turning it on HIGH.
Spread ice cream onto the bottom of the slow cooker, flattening as the ice cream begins to soften.
Press cinnamon rolls into the ice cream.
Cover and cook on HIGH for two hours or until the ice cream is a thick custard and the rolls are baked through.
Serve roll with the custard and top with the icing.

I promise these cinnamon rolls are so easy to make and so tasty that you’ll want to add them to your regular breakfast menu. Why not add these crockpot hash brown egg casserole to the menu with your cinnamon rolls? Let me know what you think about slow cooker cinnamon rolls!

2 Ingredient Slow Cooker Cinnamon Rolls. Easy to make and unforgettable, comforting taste. #slowcooker #cinnamonroll #crockpot #breakfast #makeahead #easy #christmasmorning