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Cinnamon Rolls for Everyone

Early this grey, rainy Saturday it felt like a cinnamon roll morning to me, so I followed my feeling and spread a few smiles around. Cinnamon pecan raisin rolls with a maple, hazelnut glaze to be exact.

Wish you were here… šŸ™‚

These cinnamon rolls are made with a combination of unbleached all purpose flour and white whole wheat flour, lots of organic butter and organic sugar and cinnamon, and some great jazz playing the whole time.

These cinnamon rolls are made with a combination of unbleached all purpose flour and white whole wheat flour, lots of organic butter, organic sugar, a couple of fresh eggs, grape seed oil (in the dough) and cinnamon, and some great jazz playing the whole time.

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2 thoughts on “Cinnamon Rolls for Everyone

    • Well, the Swedes tend to get the credit…but that’s pretty close geographically. Southerners like to take the credit too, like we have a corner on pecan rolls down here. One thing is certain, most people from anywhere like to eat them!

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