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Cinnamon Rolls for My Freezer

Well I am on a roll with my freezer cooking. Today I fixed up some more hot pockets in which my children ate half of ;-) but I am most excited about my newest recipe Cinnamon Rolls, check it out.


  • I made my dough with:
    • 2C flour (self rising)
    • 1/4C sugar
    • 1t cinnamon
    • 4t butter
    • 3/4 cup of milk
  • Rolled it out like so (after letting it set for 30 min) and sprinkled a mixture of sugar and cinnamon on top of it (we use this mixture for our oatmeal, so I have a big container of it)

  • Starting from one end I rolled it to meet the other

  • Sliced them about 1" thick and placed them on a pan to flash freeze them

  • Once they are solid I will be loading them into freezer baggies to indulge during the summer
Oh yea;
Baking the cinnamon rolls: The evening before you want to bake, remove frozen cinnamon rolls from the freezer and place the pan in the refrigerator overnight. On the day you want to bake, remove pan from the refrigerator and let it rest on the counter for 20 minutes. Preheat oven to 350° F.
Bake for 25 minutes or until golden brown. Let the finished rolls cool for about 5 minutes. While the rolls are cooling, mix together the glaze. Combine powdered sugar and 3 tablespoons of milk in a small bowl. Drizzle the glaze over the cinnamon rolls and serve warm.
Thanx Brain
What about you? Have you ever tried making your own homemade cinnamon rolls?




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