Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Posting The Forgotten Recipe

Here it is!

They are SOOOO yummy! I can eat, like 4 of them in a row, without blinking. I have such a sweet tooth.

I do a lot of aerobics.

Cinnamon Rolls that will Melt in your mouth

Don't forget: Cinnamon Rolls with Cream Cheese Frosting are meant to be eaten WARM.

It's like, a commandment, or something.


Katie said...

Oh no!!!!!! I started drooling when I saw the picture, but then I saw that it requires YEAST....

I have NEVER been able to get that darn "warm" temp right.

But since I am having 8 pre-teen girls spend the night Friday, I am going to TRY.....

Kimberley Griffiths Little said...

I think I ate 5 today . . . I'm a very bad girl.

Anyhoo - go cooler with the milk rather than warmer and the yeast will rise. Promise.

Actually, why don't you let the girls make them? I did cinnamon rolls with girls at church once for an activity who were about 12-14 years old and they LOVED rolling out the dough and putting the butter and sugar and cinnamon on. Then frosting them after they were baked.

You could get the dough mixing first thing when they all arrive, play games while it rises, then let 'em at it to roll and shape. Then tell ghost stories after they're all nicely shaped and cut in the 9x13 pans while they do the final rise (about 30 minutes is all) and then bake and eat!

Good luck! Let me know how it goes . . .

Katie said...

That is a GREAT idea! Now I just need a breadmaker - haha! I didn't realize I needed one. I'll bet I could borrow one.

Kimberley Griffiths Little said...

If you don't have a bread machine, just let the girls knead and knead and knead the dough after all the ingredients are mixed together. It's the same thing. Bread machines are just nice because IT does all that muscly kneading!

Hardygirl said...


You can borrow my bread machine.

After I make these, of course.




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