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Snow Day!

February 13, 2007

Because classes are cancelled, I decided I wanted to do something special for breakfast. I didn’t have a ton of ingredients, so here’s what I came up with…

Easy Bisquick Cinnamon Rolls

1 1/4 c Bisquick Mix

1 tsp cinnamon

1/3 c Milk

4 tbs melted butter

2 tbs sugar

1 tsp cinnamon

preheat the oven to 375

1. Mix cinnamon and bisquick mix together in a mixing bowl. Add milk. This mixture will be very sticky, and hard to work with. Keep stirring it until things start to smooth out. (if you need, add a little more Bisquick at a time until it is easier to work with). 

2. Sprinkle additional bisquick mix out onto your work surface. If you don’t do this step- your dough will stick to everything! Knead the dough around 10 times. Follow this link for a dough kneading demonstration

3. Roll out the dough into a large rectangle shape using a rolling pin. I didn’t have a rolling pin, so I simply put a can of soup in a plastic bag.. Viola! Rolling pin. Don’t make this too thin, but get it as big as you can.

4. Brush the melted butter on the rolled out dough-rectangle.

5. Mix together the other teaspoon of cinnamon and the 2 tablespoons of sugar in a separate bowl. Sprinkle the entire mixture onto the buttered dough rectangle.

6. Starting with the longer side, roll the dough into a log… pinching the ends as you go to seal the log together.

7. Get the sharpest knife you have and slice the log into inch-inch and a half slices.

8. Place these into a greased pan (grease the pan with butter, it will taste better) Make sure they are all touching.

9. Bake for 23ish minutes or until they are golden brown.

10. If desired, glaze with a mixture of 1 c powdered sugar and 1 tsp of milk.

ta-da! Home made cinnamon rolls in 10 easy steps!

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