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Grandma’s Cinnamon Rolls


Grandma’s Cinnamon Rolls


I made these a few days ago for my wife and teenage granddaughters.

They left in an hour. Easy to do. That’s fun.

Next time I’ll probably add a few tablespoons.Add some brown sugar to the filling mixture. Great recipe.

Very similar to the one I had in my old Betty Crocker book that I lost years ago. One time saver I would add is to


cut the roll with large scissors instead of the rope. Easier.In addition, you can put the dough and rolls in the oven

to rise and speed up the process.

Simply place a pot of freshly boiled water on the bottom of the oven and place the rack a few centimeters above


Place your dough on the rack over the water, covered with greased wax paper and a towel.


Do the same with your cinnamon roll molds.

Be sure to remove the rolls when you remove them from the oven and remove them from the water before

preheating the oven.A real time saver. This recipe is simple, quick and easy and tastes delicious.

I remember doing this years ago when I had my book that was lost in a move.

I made the whole batch and put one part in the freezer without ice, took it out, put one part in and warmed it up


for about 10 minutes and made the icing in a bowl.

is so easy and quick at any time.Impressively! I love your videos! I’m going to make these for Christmas with

freshly ground flour!!!I love you both! I remember the first time I ate them! It was at your wedding reception… ,

was wonderful. Thank you for posting. I can’t wait to make them for my family.I added the zest and juice of a

clementine to the sugar-cinnamon mixture and soaked the raisins in a mixture of Grand Manner and Amaretto.


I also put some of the drink mixture on the sliced ​​rolls before they rise. Very rich.


3 cups flour

1/4 cup sugar

2 tablespoons baking powder

1 spoon salt

1/3 cup vegetable shortening

1 egg

1 1/2 cup milk

4-5 tablespoons cinnamon


2 cups brown sugar

3/4 cup softened butter


1. Mix the flour, sugar, baking powder, salt and butter with your hands.

2. In a separate bowl, mix egg and milk.

3.Make a hole in the center of the dry ingredients.

4. Add the liquid ingredients and mix with a spoon.

5. After mixing, place on a floured work surface.6. Roll out the dough to about 0.6 cm thick.

7. Spread soft butter on top.

8.Cover butter with brown sugar and sprinkle cinnamon on top; If you need to use more cinnamon than

recommended, that’s no problem.

9. Roll out the dough well.

10. Cut out about 1 cm thick and place on a greased baking tray or baking paper.12. Bake at 400° for 12-15

minutes. Let cool on a rack.

Have fun!!

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