Cinnamon Buns from The New Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day: The Discovery That Revolutionizes Home Baking: mix the brioche dough (using a Scale and a Danish Dough Whisk), roll it out, make the filling, and bake. Click here for the Cinnamon Buns Dough Recipe. You can do the overnight rise… See below for details.
Roll out the dough, put the filling on…
roll it up into a log.
Cut the log into individual rolls.
Put the rolls on a baking sheet prepared with parchment, you can also use a Silicone Baking Mat, covered them with plastic wrap, stuck them in the refrigerator to rise overnight, or do a ninety-minute rise at room temperature.
Preheat the oven to 350°F,
…and bake them for about 30 minutes.
As they bake, make the icing, and spread the icing over the rolls while still a bit warm, so it melts all over.
Note: Red Star Yeast is a sponsor of BreadIn5’s book promotion and other activities, and provided free samples of Red Star and Platinum yeast for testing.
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I’ve already started planning for Thursday’s baking, and looking back over all the old recipes here on the website took me back to great times and great meals with family and friends going back to 2007 or so, when the blog began. Above is a favorite of mine, Thanksgiving Cranberry Corn Bread, but here are dozens more: Click here for the recipe list and links, and be sure to click on “Older Posts” when you get to the bottom of the page (eventually the pages start showing some non-Thanksgiving stuff). You’ll find dinner rolls, crock pot recipes, pumpkin swirl brioche, pull-apart buns, stuffing, German pumpkin seed rolls and much more.
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