Oh, No. Your Mom Just Send You A Facebook Friend Request?
Situation: Your mom just friend requested you on Facebook.
Feelings: Violated. Plain and simple: Violated.
Goal: To stay calm. You have a good two weeks to pretend you didn't receive the request. Plus another two weeks before your mom actually figures out how to navigate Facebook.
Any time a parental figures steps into your social bubble can be a traumatizing, worrisome and, again, violating experience. To cope, you're going to need some comfort food — and, better yet, food that's easy to make and easier to eat.
Enter homemade mini cinnamon rolls.
– 1 pkg Pillsbury crescent rolls
– 3 Tbsp softened butter
– 1/4 cup sugar
– 2 Tbsp cinnamon
– 1 cup powdered sugar
– 2 Tbsp milk
1. Pre heat oven to 350 degrees.
2. Roll out crescent dough.
3. Tear along perforation, dividing into four equal rectangles.
4. Press down on dough to seal triangle perforation.
5. Spread butter on dough.
6. Sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon.
7. Roll each of your four rectangles of dough into a log.
8. Slice the logs into small rolls.
9. Place on baking sheet.
10. Bake for 10 minutes or until golden brown on bottom.
11. Prepare icing by mixing milk and powdered sugar.
12. Pour icing over warm cinnamon rolls.
Serving size: Four cinnamon rolls a serving.
Nutritional information: 204 calories, 11.2 grams of fat, 23.2 grams of carbohydrates, 2 grams of protein
Be prepared: Your mom will begin to ask you questions like, “Who is in that picture with you from last night?” “What does LMFAO mean?” and “Did you see what your aunt Shelly's new status is?”
Do not panic. Just grab a cinnamon roll, have a seat and eat your feelings.