More baking!

Ok, we might have to postpone the post-Easter healthy diet a bit more. It was one of those days when you really need some baking. And cinnamon.

A little therapeutic baking is always a good thing, right?

We made these cinnamon rolls – with a little less sugar here and there, yogurt instead of the sour cream, and no icing. They turned out wonderfully, soft and buttery but not too sweet or heavy. Although I definitely ate too many – and even when I knew that I couldn’t really stop myself to have just one more..

I have a favourite cinnamon roll recipe with dates. I copied it out of a cooking book and I really can’t remember which one it comes from. That one is delicious, but takes a bit more time.
These here are a lot quicker, and that was just what we needed. Yum.

p.s. Another baking book favourite of ours is Baking Bread with Children. That’s where both our Hot Cross Bun and the Easter Bread recipe came from. 

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4 Responses to More baking!

  1. JenMun(a) says:

    oh nein….ich kriege hunger, aber wie!!!! hmmh..wish I could hop over for a cinnamon roll!;)
    We always enjoy baking ..a lovely thing to connect with each other and create something tasty..
    a good week for you!

  2. Bella says:

    I’m hungry just looking a them. Yum :)

  3. rachel says:

    Biscuit style cinnamon rolls are one of our long-time family favourites! Yum, yum!

  4. niasunset says:

    how beautifully smelling… Yummy! But I can see you have a wonderful assistant again :) Kissed to him. Thanks and Love, nia

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