If you want to impress your friend, sister, mom, or partner, just make these cinnamon rolls. You can whip up a variety of rolls of dough at your desk, and have it in the oven in just 5 minutes. This recipe is easy to follow, but if you prefer to follow a more traditional method, you might even consider making a whole batch. Just roll out the dough, brush it with egg, cover and cook for about 30 minutes until it comes out to the edges.
Once you have your cinnamon rolls, you can whip them up and make them yourself…or you can wait until you’re at home to whip them up and let someone else do it. Whichever method you take, the key to success with these recipes is not to think too much. Just make each batch, then wait for your guests to show up, and get the next batch to bake as well.
If you have time for that, you may want to consider having friends and family members help you whip up some of those wonderful cinnamon rolls. Even if you don’t, friends are always so much more fun than family. And since friends will help you roll them out, they will have a fun time serving and taking picture too! Old blog: The key to a successful baking session is to make the dough as smooth and easy to handle as possible.
Making these are quite easy. Most of these dough will be used for a cinnamon roll. To roll out your dough, start with your rolling pin. Gather your dough scraps into a ball. Roll the ball on a floured surface into a small rectangular disk. Place a teaspoon of the dough in the center of the square dough disk. Sprinkle cinnamon on top of the dough. Then roll it up and pinch the edges to seal in the dough.
Make these fabulous cinnamon rolls without turning to your mommy or even Grandma to help you. You can make them at the office, home or in your car at home. To make a single cinnamon roll you can do this: Roll out the dough into a flat square, about 1/2 inch thick, and coat it with peanut butter.