Biscuit cinnamon roll

Hello! Welcome back from all the chaotic gloriousness of the Christmas holiday! I hope you had a great weekend; our holidays were filled with lots of PJ’s, lots of lego-building, lots of movies, lots of food. We had a few, shall we say, issues, over the break, like freezing water leaking inside through our kitchen windows (home improvement catastrophes bite big time) and our family car dying a slow death.

These biscuit cinnamon rolls are a simple, quick, inexpensive breakfast, dessert, or late night treat that even the kids will love. If like us, a big squidgy Cinnamon Roll is your cake of choice when you nip to the coffee shop, you are going to love these biscuits. These bitesize treats consist of a delicious vanilla biscuit rolled up with a cinnamon and Light Muscovado Sugar centre giving them that rich depth of flavour and of course in true Cinnamon Roll style drizzled with sweet, gooey icing. The best bit is, when you bake these at home, you don’t even need to get out of your pj’s to enjoy this coffee shop fix.

Discover the good recipe for Cinnamon Rolls, delicious treats straight from America that will delight the taste buds of cinnamon lovers.

* Ingredients :

☞ Flour 250 g
☞ Egg 1
☞ Sugar 30 g
☞ Butter 25 g
☞ Cinnamon 1 tsp
☞ Baker’s yeast 10 g
☞ Milk 10 cl
☞ Salt 1 pinch
Inside the cookies
☞ Brown sugar 60 g
☞ Butter 40 g
☞ Cinnamon

* Preparation :

Warm the milk with the butter in a saucepan. Then melt the yeast in the mixture . Add the sugar/ salt / cinnamon. combine well.

Nextly whisk the egg, and add it to the mixture. Add the flour , not sticky. Add more flour if necessary. Cover and let stand 30 minutes to 1 hour in a dry place.

Then spread the dough on a floured surface in a rectangle. Soften the butter to spread it on the dough. Then spread with the sugar/cinnamon mixture.

Roll the dough to be able to make rolls of about 2 cm. Butter a mold and place the 6 rollers sufficiently far apart because they will swell . Cover & let sit for 31 min more .

Bake for 20 minutes at 180 ° C (thermostat 6).