Flour, sugar, oil, baking powder, cinnamon and…more sugar. That’s about what you need to make cinnamon rolls. And a couple hours if you’re letting the dough rise. Guess what? I don’t really want to get up at 5am on Saturday to make cinnamon rolls. I don’t want to get dressed to run up to the local donut store (which is about 20 minutes away, one way) for cinnamon rolls either. But my kids enjoy cinnamon rolls and I guess I’ll eat them if they’re in the house, warm and calling my name. Which they always do! What’s a mama to do? Our cinnamon rolls come from a can-like paper container thing. You know, one of those containers that you get to POP open by slamming it down on the counter? Everyone opens it like that, right? Oh, and the ingredients are all recognizable, real-food ingredients and certified GMO-free. Real food from a cardboard container? Yes. My kids love it. I love it. And the cinnamon rolls take just long enough to bake that I can scramble up a few eggs and slice up fruit to serve with the sugary doughy goodness. This is one example of what real food means to me and my family. Thank you, Immaculate Baking, for helping me feed my family real food with convenience.