Question: what happens when you raid your pantry while making cinnamon rolls late at night and top them with every sweet thing you can get your hands on?
Answer: Nothing good. Nothing good at all. It's awful. It's terrible. Here's how you do it at home.
Note: This is best done late at night, when things like this seem like good ideas.
Step 1: Get yourself some cinnamon rolls--you know, the kind from the can that pops when you open it.
Step 2: Set them all in a pie plate or in a baking pan.
Step 3: Raid fridge and pantry for any various sweet leftovers you might have. For me, these happened to be about 1 cup of chocolate fudge frosting, 3 almost-stale brownies, and half a can of chocolate fudge sauce.
Step 4: Put all foraged items on top of the cinnamon rolls (I broke the brownies into little crumbs). Bake as directed on container.
Step 5: Remove from oven. Admire handiwork. Remember the icing that comes with cinnamon rolls. Wonder to self: is it too much? Decide that no, it's not, and pour icing on top of the bubbling mass of a sugar-bomb.
Step 6: Top it all with the rainbow sprinkles that you found in the cupboard while the rolls were baking. Because...well, why not?
Step 7: Enjoy, preferably immediately and in front of bad TV for the ultimate terrible late-night indulgence.