Saturday, October 23, 2010

homemade easy cinnamon rolls

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Sometimes you just have to indulge and what better way than homemade cinnamon rolls! This recipe is fast, easy and perfect to pop in the oven for a lazy weekend morning.


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The dough is yeast free so it is really easy and quick to make-

2 cups of white flour

3 teaspoons baking power

1/2 teaspoon salt

2 tablespoons sugar

1/2 cup of butter

2/3 cup milk


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Roll out the dough on a floured surface.

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to make the filling-

3 Tablespoons melted butter

1/4 cup of white sugar

1/4 cup of brown sugar

3 teaspoons of cinnamon


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Spread the filling onto the dough.


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I love raisins so I added lots of raisins.


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Roll up dough, pressing tightly as you roll.


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Cut into sections.


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Place the sections onto a well greased pan or cookie sheet.
Bake at 400 degrees for 20-25 minutes or until browned on top.


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Remove from oven and let cool.
Drizzle with icing.

to make icing-
1/3 cup of powdered sugar
1-2 Tablespoons of milk


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Serve and savor!

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23 comments:

Joann Loftus said...

Looks sooo good, Alisa! They look easy enough even I think I can handle making them. Thanks for sharing!

Liette alias Pixelle said...

oh YÉÉÉÉÉ...I smell it from Canada...LOL....miam miam

peggy gatto said...

yummy!!!
thanks!

rosemaryx said...

i'm going to have to make these! without the raisins of course.

thanks for sharing!

Bee said...

My mouth is watering.....

Diane said...

Have loved that recipe for years ....but I miss the smell of yeast dough!

brlracincwgrl said...

These look incredible!

Mandy said...

yum...thanks....will give this a go...custard on top and the kids will love it!!!!xxx

jane eileen said...

I mean this in the nicest way. It seems like you are becoming a younger version of Martha Stewart. If you had some livestock in your back yard, and a camera following you around outside your studio, you'd be good to go. When does your show start? I swear I will set my DVR. :)
By the way, I never knew one could make cinnamon rolls without a yeast recipe. I need to try this to see how it compares. This would save me some significant time at family get togethers. Thanks for sharing.

JO SOWERBY said...

oooh they look lush, off to try them
Jo xxx

Sharne's Bit 'n' Bobs said...

Off to the kitchen to try these out, they look delish. I have made your healthy banana bread several times and it has been enjoyed my family and friends

Previously Pants said...

Mmmm! Perfect for a rainy sunday afternoon. With custard!
I'm off to the kitchen.

Gabriela Hughes said...

Hi Alisa, I'm trying to contact you since a few days to your personal email. I have a few questions about the online workshop I took, could you please contact me? Thank you!!

Julia said...

I am new to your blog, but love so much that I see! Thank you for all your tutorials. I might just have to make these rolls next weekend!

Julia

The Paris Salon said...

WOW those look so good ;) Just what my hippy-dippys need, hehe. Thanks for sharing such a delish and simple reipe!
xo
Gaye

sugarcreekstuff said...

I love that you share your recipes with us as well as your art.
Your rolling pin is beautiful.

Marilyn said...

I made the banana bread and it was a keeper and now I guess I have to make cinny rolls!!!:)

Kirsten said...

After reading your post I made these delicious rolls and I must say I LOVE THEM! Kinda like a biscuit meets a cinnamon roll. YUM! Thanks for sharing!

di said...

These look YUm. IN Australia and New Zealand we call these cinnamon scones and eat them often:-)

Lola M. said...

This looks great, I am going to try this one today. I enjoy making all kinds of breads, never tried a yeast-free version of these. I love your work and I love all your recipes you share, too. I just started catching up on your blog, for a long while its feed wasn't working.

JessiVille said...

OMG! How yummy do these look! Can't wait to try the receipe! Thanks!

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Alyssa Kaye said...

I made these a few months ago -- I forget the occasion. Today is my husband's birthday, and he requested these specific cinnamon rolls instead of birthday cake. It is quite an achievement to win out over birthday cake.

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