Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Amazing Cinnamon Rolls

This is the only picture I can find of the Cinnamon Roll! Weird I don't have a picture of it cooked or frosted. Hopefully I can edit these pictures with watermarks and frosting later. (it means I get to make more cinnamon rolls, which seems to be a popular request on fb today)

Cinnamon Rolls Teresa Moon

4 c. warm water (110°)
1 1/8 c. oil                     Mix first 4 ingredients let rest 15 min if you don’t see the yeast
1 c. sugar                        raising then it might be dead! And you will need to start again.
6 Tbsp. yeast

4 tsp. salt                 3 eggs                     10-13 c. flour

Mix last remaining ingredients together. Separate into 2 balls let rise for 10 min. Roll out the first ball on a floured countertop roll it thin about ¼ inch thick onto a rectangle. Preheat oven to 350°.  Get ½ cube of margarine or butter and some brown sugar and cinnamon. Melt the margarine and cover the rolled out dough in a thin layer of butter and then cover with brown sugar and some cinnamon. Cut the dough in half then in 12 strips 6 on each side. Take your first strip fold it in half and twist the strip and then roll into the cinnamon roll shape tuck the edge under and pinch it so it will stay tucked. Do this with all 12 strips. I put 6 rolls on each cookie sheet after they are on the cookie sheet let them raise for about 10 more minutes and then bake 350° for 10-13 min. Let them cool frost them and enjoy!!!

This is how I roll out my cinnamon rolls I know it looks a little odd but I promise it makes sure you get a little sugary in every bite and no just bread bites.

 I use a plastic knife to cut on my table :) 
 Twist and shout!!

Lets be honest the worst cupcakes, breads, or cookies can be made AMAZING with the perfect frosting! Pile it on and love the goodness :) 
Freakin’ amazing cinnamon roll frosting!!
Teresa Moon

1 lb butter, softened ( ½ butter and ½ margarine is fine too)
1 bag powder sugar 4-6 cups
1 cap vanilla
1 cap almond
8 oz. cream cheese, softened

Beat cream cheese and butter together add the vanilla and almond and then slowly add the powdered sugar. Frost your cinnamon rolls and enjoy!