Is there anything better than gooey cinnamon sugary dough?
I think not… I found this recipe the other day browsing, like usual…. and I saw how easy and simple it was to make and I wanted to try. Now lately I have been loving the ease of baking, now of course I also made my homemade Lasagna Bolognese this past weekend, recipe to come Friday, but wanted to start the weekend off with something sweet and let me tell you these babies were gone in 5 minutes FLAT!
The entire time I was making them, with my little chef of course, I kept being asked by my oh so NOT patient husband and son, “Are they ready yet… Are they ready yet?” Now let me remind you again this recipe takes about 45 minutes to make from start, baking, and drizzling of the icing. And yes, these hungry belly ravenous men in my life couldn’t wait even that long…
Well of course after they were done baking and glazing I had to get my shots… hehehe.
But you would think that they were used to that by now… its only been three years of having to wait before your able to dig in!
These were such a hit they will be made again… Promise
This is the perfect time to get your little ones to help you, what is better than rolling out pieces of dough…
Melt your butter and allow it to get a nice a caramel smokey color…. mmmmmmm
Don’t be stingy with cinnamon sugar… I like to over sprinkle the dough o its nice and gooey.
Stack the dough slice on top of each other. (some stacks will have five slices and some will have six.) Using a sharp knife, slice the stacks down the middle.
Place two of the sliced stacks, side by side, cut side down into a greased muffin tin. Repeat with the rest of the stacks.
Bake for 20 minutes or until golden brown, do not over bake… I like mine soft and pillowy and gooey in the center.
Enjoy and see you next time!
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