Cinnamon rolls cooking in the oven are just plain good. The cinnamon and sugar melting together sends out an aroma that turns up the senses a notch and makes the mouth water. But, if you’re like me and short on time cinnamon rolls made with yeast dough are not always an option.
Here is an alternative to the timely recipe that you can throw together in a matter of minutes. They are delicious, too.
Last week I gave the demo for these lovely rolls and this group of students do amaze me! I love my job because my students are so attentive and hang onto every word I say. They really appreciate what I do and actually tell me. How lucky am I?
I left the door wide open for this lab. So don’t be surprised at what you see. A few years back I would have never let them be so creative. It is their experiment in the kitchen and who knows maybe the next top chef will emerge.
The recipe and photographs for the cinnamon rolls are found here. Remember that if you get the urge for some hot tasty rolls with a cup of joe and you just have about twenty minutes, then this recipe will work for you. Now take a look at what my classes created last Friday. I was very pleased and they were, too. By the way this is our last Hooray for quick breads. We are moving on to another unit next week.
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15 responses to “Cinnamon Rolls Made Easy”
1st Block, kitchen #4
I think it’s great that you let them be creative. As you know, today’s students are certainly different than those we taught a few years ago. Give them space….
oooh! I can’t say no to cinnamon rolls. lol I can’t wait to have time to come visit your class. How fun!
When are you coming?
These look fabulous! Nothing better then homemade cinnamon rolls!
First block kitchen 4 i think we did great and had lots of fun with a red lemon flavored icing.
i think the hardest part of making these was the rolling part but other then that they were easy and great.
Even though our cinnamon rolls look like they came out of a horror movie they tasted great. Now I know never to use too much food coloring because it turns your teeth bright red. 🙂
i learned how to knet the dough better.
Oh Wanda, I shouldn’t have come here today! My favorite! (Wish I would have been the tasting judge)
As far as presentation is concerned, it’s a three way tie: 1st block kt. 3
2nd block kt. 3
2nd block kt 6
Cinnamon rolls made easy? Yes, please!
What a round up! Kitchen 3 in first block looks perfect to me!
well mrs lupo if you are reading this it probably means i just commented on the cinnomin rolls anyway i learned that from this lesson that the work in the lab earler were actually easier
i learned that you pinch the sides so the sugar and cinnomon doesnt fall.
I learned that if you do cook it right it will be nasty or want turn out right !