"Recipes are meant to be shared"...Ann Thibeault

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Cinnamon Rolls (Buns) for Breakfast

I had a craving for Cinnamon Rolls.
Started the dough on Tuesday evening.

Rolled out, cut and placed in a buttered pan.
Covered and into the fridge.

I was up early Wednesday morning so I took the pan out of the fridge and left it on the counter to continue rising and come to room temperature.

The original recipe calls for  just a 30 minute rest, but it was more than hour till the rolls had risen sufficiently to bake.

Hot out of the oven.

Iced with a cream cheese frosting while still warm.

Served at 6:00 AM with a strong cup of coffee.

This recipe is from Joy of Baking.


  1. Those are perfect. I used to love those cinnamon buns in the can... I know, not supposed to admit it but yes I did. Absolutely nothing good for you in them but loved them I haven't had them in years. This is so much better. I can't wait to try the recipe.

  2. My, oh my . . . you little TEMPTRESS you! These look divine ~ I can almost smell them from here ~ in my imagination ;)
    I wish I could have been there in person, I think warm cinnamon buns are one of the most wonderful & intoxicating aromas in the world.
    I'll say it again, you have a lucky, lucky family! Have a great weekend Ann. ((hugs))

  3. Maureen, MilwaukeeFriday, January 18, 2013

    These rolls look like perfection. Your baking and cooking skills are amazing. Always know I'll see something worthwhile on your blog.

  4. Wow, these look fabulous! I would love one of these babies in the morning with my cup of coffee.
    Thanks for sharing the recipe, from Linda, your newest follower. I am the lady who designed Debbie's blog, Mountain Breaths.

  5. you are a dangerous place to visit... first your pics just kind of explode in my head, and then that gets my tongue to wagging... looks so delish! thanks for your visit, now i can loiter and keep feasting from afar~


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