Heavenly [Bread Machine] Cinnamon Rolls

I have really been enjoying our bread machine the past few weeks. Although I talk a lot about bread baking, we are not swimming in bread loaves ’round here. I have used the bread machine to make bread/dough that I normally would have bought at the store – pizza dough, hamburger buns and bread for paninis.

For Labor Day weekend I decided to make something special – cinnamon rolls. I bookmarked this recipe from Money Saving Mom I was really excited to try it. I mixed up the dough before dinner on Saturday evening and while my husband was giving our toddler his bath, my oldest “helped” me roll out the dough.

My Mods

-I used all bread flour

-3T melted coconut oil

I read the recipe wrong and mixed the melted butter and brown sugar together. You can imagine the melted sugary mess that created, but I was able to sprinkle everything over the dough. As the recipe suggests, I put one batch in the fridge to bake in the morning and one in the freezer.

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I know, that one at the top looks pretty weird. He was the end and didn’t get much sugar. Or shape.

The Verdict

INSANELY DELICIOUS!!! Ooey, gooey, and wonderfully homemade. I made the powdered sugar icing and iced the first batch, but did not have icing on the second batch (the one I froze, pictured above) and they were plenty sweet – I don’t like cinnamon rolls to be over the top sweet. They are best the day of, but they reheat well in the microwave. My oldest eventually tried the “rolling balls I made last night” and he thoroughly enjoyed them as well. He was really excited to see the second batch this morning.

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There is another recipe on Money Saving Mom that I’m anxious to try next because it uses honey instead of sugar. Will report back when I do!


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