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Caramel drenched cinnamon rolls

Old 05-25-2009, 09:18 PM
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Oven 350
3= 10inch pans *see note at bottom*

2c. warm Milk divided
2 packages dry yeast
3/4c oil
2c firmly packed brown sugar divided
1/2c granulated sugar
2 large eggs
1 tsp salt
6-7 c flour divided
3/4c +6 tbs butter melted and divided
1 1/2c chopped pecans
Cinnamon roll filling (recipe below)

In small b owl combine 1/2 warm milk and yeast let stand for 5 min.
in large bowl combine remaining 1 1/2c milk. oil, 1/2c brown sugar, granulated sugar, eggs and salt.
Mix on low speed until smooth
beat in yeast mixture. gradually add 5c flour beating until smooth after each addition
beat in enough remaining flour to make a soft dough

on lightly floured surface turn out dough and knead for 6-8 min or until dough is smooth and elastic.
Place dough in a lightly greased bowl turning to grease top cover and let stand in warm place free from drafts for an hr or until doubled in size

Lightly grease pans pour 1/4c butter in each pan sprinkle each evenly with 1/2c brown sugar and 1/2c pecans

divide dough in half on lightly floured surface roll out half the dough into a 10x15 rectangle
brush with 3 tbsp melted butter sprinkly with hafl of ci9nnamon roll filling leaving a 1 inch border on long side of dough.
roll up dough starting at long side jelly-roll fashion.pressing edge to seal
cut into 1 inch slices and place cut sides up in prepared baking pans. repeat with remaining dough, remaing 3tbsp butter and filling
cover and let rise in a warm place free from drafts for 1 hour or til double in size

bake rolls for 25-35 min or until lightly browned let cool for 5min , invert pans onto serving dish serve warm

Cinnamon roll filling

1 1/2c firmly packed brown sugar
2 tsp cinnamon
combine in small bowl

These are to die for rolls.
*NOTE*
I used 10 inch pans the first time I made them and spent 2 hrs cleaning oven so 2nd time I used 2 9x13 pans and didn't have to clean oven.

(sorry for spelling/grammar/punctuation mistakes it's way past bedtime lol)


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Old 05-25-2009, 10:24 PM
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This sounds too good. But it is almost 1AM. I"m printing it out for later this week since the bookmarks are not very reliable. Thanx for sharing. Can you share taste tests too!
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Old 05-26-2009, 05:26 AM
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Umm sorry no taste tests cause when I make them they don't last long enough for other folks to get here to taste them hehe

BTW- This is Paula Deen's Recipe I just borrowed it :)
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OMG!!

my mouth is watering
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Old 05-26-2009, 05:54 AM
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Dang it, DV. Just reading that recipe blew my diet and made me gain weight! So, of course, that means it's ok to make 'em, cause the damage is already done, right?
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Old 05-26-2009, 05:58 AM
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Yup Gaigai damage is done ;) ;)
I made them the day after I got the recipe (hadta get some of the ingredients)
I don't normally go for sweets but omg I couldn't quit eating these once they were done.
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Yup, I can't wait to try them. But I might as well just apply them directly to my derrière!

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I made these this morning....oh my....absolutely delicious!!!!! I sent half to my neighbors....they loved them too!!! :D
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Can you put some of these in the freezer after they are baked? I don't need all of them sitting on my cupboard tempting me. Elaine
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