Thursday, April 14, 2011

PW's Cinnamon Rolls

I have seen and heard about these all over! Pioneer Woman's Cinnamon Rolls!

The good thing is they make 7 pans of rolls!

The bad thing is they make 7 pans of rolls!


I mixed everything like the recipe says. I made mine in a large stockpot with enough room for the dough to double in size. It's been a little chilly here so I preheated the stove and let the dough rise in there.


I also had a couple of extra helping hands! It really helped with rolling up the 3+ feet of dough! We had an assembly line going. I cut, the big one buttered and put them in the pans. The bitty one was just there for comic relief!


Mmmm.... hot and out of the oven! I did find the dough a little difficult to deal with. You really need to work fast once you put the butter on so it doesn't soak in too much. Otherwise the dough turns really wet. I got the pans 3 for a dollar with lids at the Dollar Store.

Lawd knows I don't need 7 pans of noncaloric Cinnamon Rolls. So, tomorrow I am giving some to the preschool teachers.

I am linking this to the wonderful Lynne at Happier Than A Pig In Mud's Celebrity Cookoff. This month she is, of course, doing the Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond.

Come on and see what everyone else is cooking!

16 comments:

bj said...

Ummm...these look good but think I'll cut the recipe in half when I make them. I would still have enuf to freeze for later, right?
They sure do look good. :))

gnee @ Singing With Birds said...

I don't know you but you are terrific. This recipe is a lot to bite off. I'm sure your friends will be so glad you jumped right in!

I have learned through years of trial and error to divide the dough and work with small batches. You can also make the rolls and then freeze them before the final rise. Congrats on lots of great looking rolls!

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

These do look good but I think I'll make a quarter recipe! Too many of these goodies is a bad thing around me! No resistance! Thanks for finding this recipe for us. Linda

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Hey Maggie the rolls look great and how fun to have the girls involved! I haven't tried them yet, but they are on my list. I'm sure everyone will be thrilled to get them! Thanks so much for joining in:@)

Donnie said...

They came out great. This is one recipe I probably would never try even though it looks delicious. You sure picked one of the hardest...lol....

La said...

I was looking at this recipe yesterday. Boy, do they look delicious!

Kathleen said...

I think I will quarter the recipe too, I already have more rolls than a bakery! :)
They look delicious!

from my front porch... said...

Oh, those are my faves! I would probably eat ALL of THEM in one sitting. Seriously!
You done good! Ha!
xo, misha

Carol said...

They look fantastic! I bet those teachers were thrilled! Your kids look like their enjoying the kitchen fun!

Beth said...

Maggie, Your rolls turned out lovely! I'm sure they tasted good too. Thanks for sharing this recipe. It was good to see your little helpers too!
Blessings, Beth

Julie said...

Seven pans of rolls...oh my! I bet the teachers were thrilled. How fun baking with the kids!

Lori said...

Yum yum give me some! These are one of my favorites Maggie ~ good thing you had somewhere to send some of these off to ~ I cannot imagine have them all to yourself ~ I would need a mumu on the beach!

fairfieldhousenj.com said...

YUM! Nothing says Good Morning World, like the smell of warm cinnamon buns and a pot of fresh coffee! Because we are such good blogging buddies I will be happy to take one of those pans off your hands. hehehe

Your Friend,
Deborah

Theresa said...

I just knew I should have been a preschool teacher instead of a stay at home mom! Those look amazing! Good thing you had helpers. Now you know I can't show this to my family because they think cinn. rolls only come from a tube! LOL
o.k. I fess up, I do make sticky rolls out of frozen bread dough for the holidays, does that count as homemade?
Have a great weekend! xoxo

Beth said...

Hi Maggie, You can find some tips on hydrangeas at the website in my post, or here: http://www.hydrangeashydrangeas.com/planting.html. Good luck!
Beth

Julie Johnson said...

Glad you made them! Several pans have gone to my waist. OY. They are to die for. I think I need to make a batch for the upcoming neighborhood Easter egg hunt!