A long time ago I posted a picture of these cinnamon rolls on Instagram with the promise, that I’d share the recipe soon. The thing is, I’m drowning i tests, assignments and essays. And on top of that I’ve got tons of plans. Oh, yeah, and driving tests. I’ve got my license!!! Finally! One less thing to think about and oh, it’s so wonderful being able to drive around yourself. I really should be making that assignment right now, but I reeeeeally need a break! I’m looking so much forward to having a lot of time for cooking again. Fortunately the reading period in school starts in just one and a half week (:
I really enjoy baking for my family, and I really like experimenting in the kitchen. But somehow I always end up baking cinnamon rolls, when I want to greet the entire family. It’s always a winner. Do you know the secret to a good cinnamon roll? Make the dough sweet. Not the filling. Yeah, I know I usually say I kind of lack a sweet tooth. Forget all about that when talking cinnamon rolls. You don’t have to make the dough overly sweet. Just a little sweeter than what most recipes (at least here in Denmark) says you should. And then you can
Shaping the wreaths:
Roll out the dough and cut into 4 long pieces.
Roll each piece and cut into 4 or 5 smaller pieces.
Cut length wise
Shape into a wreath