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Fresh From The Oven; You Won’t Be Able To Pass On These!
Hello, everyone! So, today we are going to dive right into the fine art of baking cinnamon rolls. Now, I am a Midwestern native of Michigan, aka, “The Mitten.” However, my darling husband is from Pennsylvania. We recently moved to his home-state and upon doing so, I was introduced to Amish baked goods.
I’m telling you, it’s one of the very best things that has ever happened to me. If you have, even for a second, considered moving to Pennsylvania, the Amish desserts are totally worth it. Now, let me remind you that I was actually brought up in a Mennonite household; so I’m no stranger to yummy baked goods made from scratch. However, there is just something different about Amish pastries.
I can’t explain it – it just seems that you can never fail when you’re using an Amish recipe! It’s like a guarantee for a delicious result. I found this recipe for Amish cinnamon rolls and I knew right then and there that there would be a storm of baking going on in my home.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Amish 365.
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Quick Tip: Make sure to knead your dough well as this determines how soft your cinnamon rolls will turn out.