Is there ever a bad time of year to make cinnamon rolls? The warm season is over. You have eaten all things cold and guzzled hundreds of liters of beverages. Now, fall is here and it is time to eat everything warm and guzzle lots of Apple cider. The cold autumn weather will become negligible when you keep warm with easy to make fall recipes. Try this breakfast recipe this season. It is easy to follow and the best part, it will get everyone on the breakfast table fast!
Cinnamon Roll Recipe Ingredients:
Melted butter and buttermilk
Homemade Cinnamon Rolls Directions:
- Start by preparing the filling. This is a mixture of granulated sugar, brown sugar, cinnamon, butter, salt, and cloves
- In a separate mixing bowl, whisk the dough’s dry ingredients together. Remember to use the measuring cup when measuring the flour. Spoon off the top as excessive flour will give you dry buns.
- Add in the liquids: melted butter and buttermilk. Use a wooden spoon to stir. Ensure the liquids are absorbed completely. The dough should have a shabby look.
- Dust your work surface with flour and place your dough. Knead the dough while dusting lightly with flour until it is smooth.
- Pat the dough into a rectangle and then roll it to about 12×9 inches rectangle.
- Place the filling and press it into the dough. Roll this to make a log.
- Seal the dough by pinching it.
- Cut the log into 8-9 pieces.
- Flatten the rolls lightly using your hands. This will pack the filling into place. Place them into a 9-inch baking pan. Make sure the pan is lined properly with an aluminum buttered foil. Use melted butter to lightly brush the rolls.
- Place in the oven for about 25 minutes. Remove the buns when they turn golden brown. To transfer the rolls, use the foil overhang and place them on a cooling rack. Leave the buns for five minutes before pulling them apart.
- Prepare the buttermilk glaze: Mix the confectioners’ sugar, cream cheese and buttermilk. Trickle the mixture over the buns.
Serve the buns while still warm. You can also store them in a container (airtight) and reheat when you want to serve them. Now that you have your cinnamon buns glazed with buttermilk, it’s time to grab a cup of your favorite morning coffee, heavenly!
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