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ruthie218
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Ruthie Ann
Indiana
USA
1423 Posts

Posted - Jan 13 2024 :  9:04:06 PM  Show Profile
I am looking for a great cinnamon roll recipe and a pecan roll recipe. Who’s got one ?
Ruthie


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ddmashayekhi
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Dawn
Naperville Illinois
USA
4732 Posts

Posted - Jan 14 2024 :  06:11:25 AM  Show Profile
I hope Windy Pines, Michele, sees this and shares her recipe with you. She's an expert cinnamon roll maker!

Dawn in IL

The start of January brings a big list of to-do's. Why not just focus on one and go from there?
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ruthie218
True Blue Farmgirl

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Ruthie Ann
Indiana
USA
1423 Posts

Posted - Jan 14 2024 :  08:09:54 AM  Show Profile
Me to Dawn. I see your from Naperville. I use to live in the region but moved 10 years ago to southern Indiana near the Kentucky border.
Ruthie Ann


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windypines
True Blue Farmgirl

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Michele
Bruce Wisconsin
USA
4170 Posts

Posted - Jan 14 2024 :  1:44:01 PM  Show Profile
Dawn is too kind, I am no expert in making cinnamon rolls. I have made alot of pans of them though.
My favorite to make right now is Overnight Carmel Pecan Rolls.
This makes two cake pans. You can divide them up even smaller pans if you want, or cut the recipe in half. I usually substitute walnuts as pecans are expensive right now. I have put a pan in the freezer, and baked later, and it works out just fine. Let it thaw in the fridge or on the counter and rise a bit.
Mix this recipe up like you would any bread.

2 pkg yeast, or 2 tablespoons
1/2 cup warm water
1/3 cup sugar
1/3 cup of oil
3 teaspoons baking powder
2 teaspoons salt
1 egg
6 1/2-7 1/2 flour
2 cups scalded milk

Mix yeast into warm water, mix in sugar and oil. Let sit till gets bubbly
Add milk, salt, egg, some flour and baking powder in bowl. Add in yeast.
Knead till smooth, about 10 min.
Let rise till double, 1-1/2 hours.
Melt topping-
1 cup butter
2 tablespoons corn syrup
divide into 2 cake pans, sprinkle with 1 cup of nuts.

Divide dough in half, and roll out each half. 12x10 or so
spread with 2 tablespoons butter, sprinkle with 1/2 cup of sugar, and a couple teaspoons of cinnamon.
Roll up and pinch to seal. Cut into 12 slices, and lay in pan.
repeat with other half of dough.

cover with foil or lid and refrigerate for at least 12 hours. In morning uncover and bake at 350 for 30-35 min or until done. Invert pan onto cookies sheet and enjoy.

Farming in WI

Michele


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nubidane
True Blue Farmgirl

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Lisa
Georgetown OH
2869 Posts

Posted - Jan 14 2024 :  1:58:26 PM  Show Profile
Oh wow Michele!
That sounds so delish! I, like Sara, am not a great baker, although I have ventured into the sourdough world.
Maybe I will try these on one of our extra cold weekend mornings.
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Audra Rose
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Vanessa
Brooksville KY
USA
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Posted - Jan 15 2024 :  05:17:11 AM  Show Profile
Overnight cinnamon rolls take me back to when I was in high school. My first job was washing dishes, by hand, at our local diner. The owner, who also cooked, would slather butter on trays before closing, sprinkle brown sugar over it and pour several little containers of creamer on top. The he'd place frozen cinnamon rolls on the pans, cover them and they'd rise overnight. There was nothing better than those warm rolls covered with icing. Of course that was when I was so active I could eat anything.

Vanessa
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windypines
True Blue Farmgirl

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Michele
Bruce Wisconsin
USA
4170 Posts

Posted - Jan 16 2024 :  03:38:14 AM  Show Profile
I like having these for holidays, or anytime in between lol. The ease of just throwing them in the oven in the morning is what I like best.

Farming in WI

Michele


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