Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Wordless Wednesday...PW's Cinnamon Rolls

In an attempt to stay wordless on my first "Wordless Wednesday" post I will just say a few things...


These are the best cinnamon rolls ever!

Pioneer Woman sure knows how to win a girl over.


I am warning you...this makes a lot of cinnamon rolls, but don't worry you will want to devour them by the pan full! Or freeze them as I did.


Happy Baking!

28 comments:

  1. oh my... it's the famous throwdown with bobby flay cinnamon rolls! i have yet to watch that episode. these are going on my ever-growing baking list! yumm...

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  2. I STILL need to bake these. I'm just intimidated by how much they make. They look amazing!

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  3. I have bought my yeast to make my first yeast baked good, in a long, and looking the for the perfect recipe to start, but the sheer volume of rolls intimidates me, so I shall keep looking!

    They do look amazing, though!

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  4. Yum! I keep meaning to make these, this weekend for sure!

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  5. Oh those look good!! Wow. Gotta try that. PW is awesome. And I'm sure you did her proud!

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  6. I made these and screwed them up. Somehow. Yours look soooo much better than mine!

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  7. Everyone is making her rolls. They look amazing!

    I love the smell of Cinnabon cinnamon rolls at the shopping mall, but I always bypass it. I wish I didn't know how many calories were in such a thing, but I know it is a lot!

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  8. I love this. I haven't had a true big gooey cinnamon roll for ages. It needs to be done immediately. If only I had an occasion....

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  9. I read about these rolls on PW's site a while ago and they've been haunting me since! I have to make them now that you've raved about em too! :)

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  10. Frozen cinnamon rolls could be seriously dangerous! Maybe too easy access for me... :)

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  11. I love the exercise in Wordless Wednesday, it's so difficult trying not to write when it is my instinct to do so. I really must make Pioneer Woman's cinnamon buns, they're simply to beautiful to resist (you've done them well!).

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  12. WOW those look good! Definitely dangerous- thanks!

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  13. That's so cute! I love the little note w/ directions on top.
    I LOVE cinnamon rolls but I rarely eat them. Why must they be so bad for us?

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  14. Oh boy, I've been wanting to make these cinnamon rolls since I bought the cookbook! You've definitely given me a reason to do so this weekend!

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  15. I love cinnamon so I guess this recipe will be one of my favorite. Thanks for sharing.
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  16. MOUTH. WATERING. Omg. These look freaking amazing. You don't need words with breakfast like that!

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  17. I don't think you need too many words when you have this to share - WOW! These look amazing! Thank you for sharing...I can't wait to make these for my mom...she will be so happy!

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  18. wow these look great, they might even challenge my cinnamon rolls! I'll have to give them a try :)

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  19. Those look wonderful. I have been tempted many times to make them, but have just never gotten around to it. Seeing photos like yours sure does a lot to move them up my "to bake" list.

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  20. I have got to try these! They've been on my list for months now, so I think it's time!

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  21. I made my first item with yeast a couple of days ago. I think I'm almost rady to graduate to these. They look great!

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  22. Boy do those look good! And you are so clever to label the frozen pan with the baking direction. Love that!

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  23. They seriously are the BEST cinnamon rolls ever. I think I made about 48 pans of them over the Christmas season to give out as gifts. Good stuff!

    Can I ask, do you freeze and than bake at 250? If so do you thaw or straight from the freezer? I usually give mine out either frozen with a pack of frosting, or cooked and ready to eat, but it sounds like your way might be a great option.

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  24. @Christi: After the frosted cinnamon rolls have cooled I freeze them for up to a month. The night before I want to make the rolls I move them to the fridge. The morning of, remove foil and bake for 15 minutes at 250 degrees.
    I think it is easier to frost them all together rather than storing them separately, and you can put them in cute packaging for gifts!

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  25. Thanks so much for posting this! I just made a batch and was trying to figure out how to freeze and reheat the rolls.

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