Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Cinnamon rolls- reciepe

Oh My!
I can not describe how good these were and easy too!
I spent ages online looking for a recipe but most of them took a good couple of hours to make. TWO hours to make something that would be demolished in 30 seconds, who has time to do that? No me! So, this is the lazy arse way of making them...
You will need a bread maker to do the hard work for you.
Take the following ingredients and chuck them in the bread maker:

135ml milk
40g butter
300g plain flour
40g white sugar
2g salt
1 egg
35ml water
5g yeast - if you machine has a special hole for the years use that.

Select the pizza dough function or similar and go and put your feet up, have a coffee and a flick through your favourite magazine.

You need the following for the rest of the recipe:
170g brown sugar
cinnamon
90g softened butter (I melted mine in the microwave)

When the bread maker has worked it's magic, dust a surface with flour and roll out the dough to a large rectangle.
Spread the softened butter all over the dough then sprinkle with brown sugar, finally add a good layer of cinnamon.
Roll the dough so you have one long sausage and pinch the edges to seal them.
Cut into 9 equal slices and arrange in a pan (if you don't have silicon you will need to grease it first).
Bake for 20-25mins until browned at 190°C

Allow to cool for a few minutes, whilst it is cooling mix together 150g icing sugar and 1 tbsp lemon juice plus enough water to make a thick sauce. Drizzle all over the rolls, if they are still warm the drizzle will soak in, hmmmm. Now eat, share with your family and they will love you forever.

4 comments:

  1. Mmm, Yum! These look sooo good! We will definitely have to try these out. They look so good and gooey! Thanks for sharing!

    I hope you are all doing well.
    -Susana

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  2. Yum, thanks for that, have just upgraded my breadmaker so will try these out asap......

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  3. Oh Yeah! I am trying these rolls tonight. We can have them thursday morning. I have been looking for more baked goods to make with my new Wondermill flour. So far I have made several varities of muffins but these rolls will make my husband think I've turned into betty crocker.lol! Thanks for sharing.

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