Sticky cinnamon scrolls



Yip more food!
We've been doing lots of baking lately. This is really easy and yummy (how all cooking should be!). We made a double lot this morning and delivered one to a friend. So nice eaten warm from the oven.

The dough for these is this super easy bread recipe that I shared a while ago. (*halve the recipe for one batch of scrolls - or do the full amount and deliver some to a friend!).

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So you make your dough up according to the recipe. But instead of separating it into buns you roll it out into a rectangle.


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Then spread it with a generous amount of butter. The more butter you use the more sticky sauce stuff you'll get.
Then sprinkle a generous amount of sugar and cinnamon on top. I didn't measure but you'd probably use about 1 cup of sugar to 2 teaspoons of cinnamon? I made up lots of it and figured if I had leftovers it wouldn't be a bad thing to have stored in the pantry to be used for other things.



Then you roll it up lengthwise and slice it onto eight pieces. Put them into a greased tin or casserole dish that's big enough to allow them to grow and squish together. And cook at about 180 c until they're golden brown on top.

11 comments

kristin said...

Oh.My.Goodness. YUMMY! Perfect for my pregnancy induced cinnamon cravings! Thanks!!

Frith said...

Love the pics of the 'helpfull' kids.

lovestitches said...

oooohhhh thank goodness I just ate or I'd be hunting for the rolling pin RIGHT NOW.

Rennae said...

These look so good. Yum....

Brick House Sewing said...

Yummy. One of my favs to make. But I cheat, I totally make the dough in the bread machine :)

Our Green Nest said...

That looks SO yummy!

Jessicah said...

Yum...I made the same thing for our hard working guests last night, but I cheat too and use the breadmaker to make my sweet, eggy dough. I must try your bread recipe though!

Heart Felt said...

Sounds and looks amazing....love your little helpers. x

Anonymous said...

What gorgeous photos of the kids - Liam so intent on getting it perfect. Isla helping when she can. What great things to teach your children - the comforts, smells and warmth of home. love GG

Jess said...

Yum I'm totally making these this weekend :)

Donna T said...

I found your blog through Jannelle at Heartfelt. Just wanted to thank you for posting two simple yet very scrummy recipes, I made the cinnimon scrolls for our super last night and the yoghurt over night. Both were a huge success so thank you very much. Keep up the good work. Your thrifting looks amazing too, I am in Nelson and either don't have the nose for it or there is just nothing available here. Thanks again. Take care xx