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Monday, May 16, 2011

Clone of a Cinnabon

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8 comments:

twostrands said...

Thanks so much for sharing the scoop on how to do these with a KitchenAid mixer. Now I can stop drooling over the photos and start making my own!

Shannon McDowell said...

You are so welcome! I'm always looking for bread recipes I can make in my Kitchenaid. :)

Erin said...

OH My God. I made these Christmas morning. My family is still talking about them.

Shannon said...

I am so glad they were a hit for you. I probably make this recipe more than any other recipe on my blog. It is one of my very favorites.

Yukiko said...

So, I panicked when I thought I killed my yeast because my milk may have been a bit too hot. My first rise didn't rise at all. But I rolled the dough out anyway and rolled it up. They came out perfect! I was so relieved. And of course they tasted superb!

So, I actually made the dough the night before and put the pan in the fridge. I didn't want to get up at 5am to make these. I let them sit in a warm oven for half an hour to rise before baking them. (Thank heavens for two ovens.)

Thanks for this awesome recipe. My family loved them!

Shannon said...

Yukiko- SO glad they turned out well!! Thanks for the comment and for visiting!

P.S.I'm jealous of your double oven. ;)

suburbansublime said...

Could you cut these into smaller sized rolls? If so, would you adjust the baking time. Thanks!

Pris said...

Cinnabons were a major high school favourite of mine, too!
After my semi-fiasco a couple a weeks ago from killing the yeast with hot milk, resulting in very disappointing rolls, I tink I'm ready to try again, but with this recipe now. :)

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