There is nothing that I love more than a quick and easy way to create a classic dessert that normally takes a labor of love to make!! I love cinnamon rolls...my mom used to make them when I was little and she would go through the task of making the dough, letting it rise and spending a good portion of her day dedicated to the art of making these delicious rolls. And I'm not gonna lie, they were amazing. Cinnamon rolls are a reminder of my childhood and the smells in the kitchen. ...more
http://eggallergycooking.blogspot.com/2013/09/cinnamon-pull-apart-loaf.htmlCinnamon Pull-Apart Loaf After trying the delicious Lemon Pull-Apart Rolls, I thought something like this in a cinnamon variety would also be good. So, I found this recipe online and it was good!...more
One of the many perks of being a food blogger is receiving product samples, and I must say that I enjoy it a lot! It's always great to be one of the first people to try a new product, don't you think?
Things heard in my house this morning…..
1. An annoying alarm clock going off extra early followed by my husband cussing and dumbfounded because he can’t remember why it is going off so early and he is still half asleep and can’t figure out how to turn it off.
2. Screech….eeeek…screech….followed by a really loud “Crap” and a “Sorry” from my husband. That’s when I remembered today was “Blues” Monday and the loud pitch sound that reminded me of nails on a chalk boa...more
Well now, once the holidays roll around—bringing those festive, frosty mornings where there’s actually very little to do but savor the moment and ponder what goes with warm beverages—well that’s when I usually get it together to bake cinnamon rolls....more
I thought I would post a recipe because it's cold out, and you know how you like to eat when it's cold out! I made these Christmas morning. The kids were tired of eating monkey bread so I whipped up something different. PW has an awesome cinnamon roll recipe but it involves yeast and rising and it just scares me. So this is a really easy alternative.
Last week, my family and I headed to Cape Cod for a week of relaxation in a rented house. Although I normally prefer to make my own baked goods, it was much easier to purchase them than to work in someone else's kitchen.
During our first few days at the Cape, we headed in the same direction to go to the beach and other attractions. While driving, we passed a pastry shop that always had a full parking lot. By our fourth morning there, we knew we had to partake in some goodies from this shop.
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