I absolutely love cinnamon rolls. A sweet dough filled with cinnamon & sugar topped with a gooey-sugary glaze--delicious! And as with most homemade food these taste so much better than those cinnamon rolls from the can.
I'm not a fan of raisins or nuts in my rolls, I'm a purist and I love just lots and lots of cinnamon and sugar. And I start eating the roll from the outside and eat in a circle ending with the middle. The middle of the roll has the most cinnamon-sugar filling and so this is my favorite part, and I save that for last bite.
How do you eat your cinnamon roll? And do you like a lot of frosting, just a little or none at all?
If I counted correctly these cinnamon rolls are the 8th bread we are making for the Bread Bakers Apprentice Challenge. I'm a bit behind all the others for the BBA Challenge but I will slowly make my way through all the breads in the book. Cornbread is up next and I'm trying to think of something to serve it with, other than a chili or soup. Any suggestions?
P.S. The recipe for these cinnamon rolls and all the other breads from the BBA Challenge can be found in this wonderful book.