Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Lovin' From the Oven


This weekend we had a taste of fall weather, which by the way, I am not too thrilled about. I love summer. I love the sun and the hot weather. I am not too happy about all the people trying to hurry fall along - I am clinging to summer! Fall here looks like this: gray skies 99% of the time, rain, cold, dreary weather that makes you want to stay in bed all day. Why would anyone choose that over warm sunny days?? But I digress...
My point was this: the cooler days made me want to whip up something warm and comforting with some autumn spice. So I decided to make my family some homemade cinnamon rolls. I don't think I had ever made them before and I didn't have a cherished family recipe handed down form my great grandmother, so I did what I usually do and just added to a bowl what I thought seemed right. Makes more sense than finding a recipe, right?
They turned out really yummy, so I thought I'd share the *recipe* with you!
I am telling you, not much smells better than buttery cinnamon goodness wafting through the air!

Grab a mixing bowl and toss in:
2 (ish) cups of flour
1 tsp baking powder
1tsp baking soda
3/4 cup buttermilk
1/4 cup oil

Mix them all together until a nice dough forms.

Toss some flour on your clean counter and roll out the dough into a rectangle.

Butter the dough generously with very soft butter. I think I used 1/2 cup :)

Sprinkle on a mixture of:
1/3 (ish) cup brown sugar
1/3 (ish) cup white sugar
1 Tbs (ish) cinnamon
(I like a lot of cinnamon, you may want to use less.)

Roll it up and slice into 12 (ish) rolls. Place them in a buttered pan with enough space in between for the rolls to expand.
Bake at 375 for about 25 min.



Frosting
3 Tbs soft butter
3 Tbs soft cream cheese
1 1/2 (ish) cups powdered sugar
a few splashes of milk
Mix together and pour over hot rolls.

Give these a try, I think you'll love them!

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61 comments:

LeAnna said...

Ahhhh, these look divine! Only 6 or so more weeks and I can enjoy some carbs!

Stephanie said...

YUMM! I think I will get my sugar fix through your baking :)

And it makes my heart sad that you don't like Fall! But my sister-in-law is the same way, she loves the warmth of summer! Hoping Fall brings you something exciting this year! :)

Have a wonderful Tuesday!
Stephanie
thegimlinfamily.blogspot.com

Chantel said...

I completely agree about the fall! I love the colors in fall, but not the cold. I was freezing this morning when I came to work... Not a fan. LoL

Those look delicious!

Jill said...

I think my heart just stopped - ME.WANT.CINNAMON.ROLLS!!! Those look soooo good Stephanie! Your new background looks great too!

arsenalfamily said...

Those look divine! Oooooooooooooohhhhhhhhh, I hate to sweat and stink. Blech.

Keli said...

you mean that is it!?! No waiting 4782 hours for them to rise 15 times?!?! Breakfast tomorrow is these cinnamon rolls!!

I'm following you from Tuesday Tag Along - I'd love for you to follow me back! I also have a blog hop on Wednesdays, Friendly Wednesdays, I'd love to see you there!

www.savingthosedollars.blogspot.com

Have a great week!

Meghan said...

These look so good I think I can smell them.

TheCraftBarn said...

YUMMY! I featured this recipe on my Yummy Wednesday blog post...found here: http://thecraftbarn-ny.blogspot.com/2010/09/yummy-wednesday-98.html

Thanks!
Jennifer @ The Craft Barn

TheCraftBarn said...

YUMMY! I featured this recipe on my Yummy Wednesday blog post...found here: http://thecraftbarn-ny.blogspot.com/2010/09/yummy-wednesday-98.html

Thanks!
Jennifer @ The Craft Barn

Stacy's Snippets said...

Um...how did you KNOW that I've been craving home made cinnamon rolls? I even went online last week looking for a recipe but I was too lazy to actually make them!

I've missed you...I am back to blogging and will catch up on your blog lickity split! Love the new background!!

Erin said...

These look amazingly awesome!

www.makingmemorieswithyourkids.blogspot.com

Nana Poppins said...

I think I gained 5 lbs looking at the pictures!! Yummy! Came in on the Welcome Wednesday Blog Hop!

Nana Poppins (Patty)
http://www.nanapoppins.com
http://www.twitter.com/thenanapoppins

sanieannie said...

With no aircondition in vehicles and only a small one in our bedroom, I'm ready for fall!! Plus, I'm more of a jeans vs shorts girl anymore. Boy, has time changed. LOL Plus, the bugs are HORRIBLE here, so another reason...to bring on the fall. PLUS: you can cuddle more with your loved ones without feeling their sticky bodies on you because of the hot days of summer. LOL

Stacy said...

Thank you for your comment on my birthday blog. You are so sweet :) I love your jewelry. Maybe I could feature you on my other blog.
Not JUST A Housewife @ happyhappyhousewife.blogspot.com

Tiffany said...

Oh my gosh those look delicious!! I need to try them, thanks for sharing the recipe!

sarah said...

not that i don't already eat my fair share of sweets but, i must try these. i love to bake but, i don't always like to wait for the dough to rise and even then i don't always time it right. then it is a mad dash out the door if we need to be somewhere.

please stop my blog as well. www.littlecitizensoftheworld.blogspot.com and my etsy shoppe www.melondot.etsy.com

have a sweet day, sarah

Penny said...

this was what did it for me, "buttery cinnamon goodness" - I'm sold!

I'm here from iFellowship - only just a day late! Thanks for the family recipe!!

I hope you have a fabulous Thursday!

Joyful Housewife said...

These look so yummy! I have a linky I have started as a place to share posts to recipes. I'd love for you to drop by a check it out.

http://joyfulhousewife.com/daily-fun/mouthwatering-monday/

You pics of your family are so beautiful.

-Melanie
Joyful Housewife

Ava said...

yummy!

new follower here,

www.retrohousewiferemix.blogspot.com

Preppy Pink Crocodile said...

Those look amazing! Thanks for sharing.

April said...

following you from some friday blog hops! loving this blog already :)

best,
april

www.marineparents.blogspot.com

Rachel Leigh said...

Oh these look amazing! I am going to have to try these out!

I visiting through New Friend Friday!

www.rachelrphotography.blogspot.com

Diane said...

those look DELICIOUS!!! :) Thank you for sharing! :)

KBraden said...

I am your newest follower! Come check me out at http://adventuresofthedomesticatedmama.blogspot.com

I sorry you don't like fall but I love it as it's always in the upper 100s here during the summer and the humidity will kill ya!

Val said...

Those looks so good!!! I could live off of cinnamon rolls.

Prairie Story said...

MMMMMMMMMM. I love your way of cooking by feel. Way to go! PS I have a recipe swap every Thursday on my blog - http://prairiestory.blogspot.com/

Mary said...

These look awesome
new follower from friendly friday!
http://tospendorsave.blogspot.com/

Katherine ( Katie) Corrigan said...

Oh yummy............left a little drool on my keyboard, giggle. Wishing you happiness, Katherine

Lily said...

Oh forget dinner, I want some of this lovin from the oven!! Found you on spotlight, and I'm going to follow you. What a beautiful blessing your sweet baby girl is!
~Lily
www.neverfadingwood.blogspot.com

Amanda said...

Oh my gosh, those look so yummy!!

Hi! Following you for Sensational Saturday/Sunday Social!

http://snipsandsnailsandtales.blogspot.com/

PetSmartSavings - Rebecca said...

Hi...Visiting from the Follow Us Monday Blog Hop...these look great, gonna give them a try this weekend. I followed you...please come visit when you have a chance

Jennifer Sikora said...

Following you from the Tuesday blog hops! Looking forward to reading more of what you share on here!

Come visit me and return the favor at http://www.jennifersikora.com

Blessings,

Jennifer

melanie_nicholson said...

I came from Tuesday Hope, following you via GFC now, really like your blog. Would love if you come visit me over at www.twoboysonegirlandacrazymom.com.
Happy Tuesday, Melanie

Chana said...

YUM!!!!!!!!!

What an adorable blog! I'm your newest follower from the Wed Hop! Hope you will swing over and return the favor:)

http://www.mammatown.blogspot.com

Amy C said...

Wow! I can't believe they don't have any yeast or anything in them! I just might have to give them a try. :) It makes me hungry just looking at the pictures.

Hanna said...

These cinnamon rolls look divine! I'm your newest follower from welcome wednesday!! You can follow me at www.bouffeebambini.blogspot.com

Melanie said...

Hi there! Just wanted to let you know that I enjoy your blog and have given you a blog award! You can accept it on my blog at http://www.twoboysonegirlandacrazymom.com
Have a wonderful day!
Melanie a/k/a Crazy Mom

cookies and cups said...

These sound amazing! I love that there is no yeast involved :)

SurvivorDiane said...

Boy - my mouth is watering - These are a must - I am printing the recipe now! Looking forward to reading through your blog - the header picture is simply beautiful - sweet.

Stopped by from Sew Much Ado
Survivordiane.blogspot.com

michelle said...

I keep seeing these on the link parties and my mouth waters every time!! They look SO good!!! Going to have to try these! I love warm cinnamon rolls on a cool morning!!

Envy My Cooking said...

Love this.. cute blog. come on over to our site if you ever need new ideas or want to feature one of your items

Preppy Pink Crocodile said...

Yum,yum,yum!!

craftymamablog said...

I wish I'd seen these sooner! Last week I had a major pregnancy craving for cinnamon rolls, but couldn't find a recipe that didn't use yeast. And honestly, that early in the morning, I don't want to wait 2 hours for my rolls! I ended up buying them in a tube next time I was at the store, and made them the next day. They really weren't even that good! So I'm bookmarking this for the next craving, thank you!
Visiting from Crafty Mama Blog!
http://thecraftymamablog.blogspot.com/

Nina @ Momma Go Round said...

OMG these look like ooey gooey amazingness! Way better than the Pillsbury ones I usually make. I think it's time for a change :)

I'm having a recipe exchange this weekend and would love if you would add this!

www.mommagoround.blogspot.com

★All Thingz Related★ said...

These look soooo good! Thanks so much for sharing your great recipe with us at Anything Related!
{Rebekah}

Kristin said...

I have always made mine with yeast and that process takes forever. I have bookmarked this because I would love to try a quicker recipe. However it is still 100 degrees here so I will wait until it is cooler out to turn on my over. :o)

Tamara said...

These look divine!! Might have to try those this week!!! I am one of those that is guilty of hurrying fall. Sorry! I love fall so much! Found your blog through another blog. Really have enjoyed checking yours out. You can visit me at catchingupwiththeconners.blogspot.com I'm following you now so I can keep up on your great ideas!! Enjoy!

Holly said...

Cinnamon rolls and Fall...a perfect combo! I am ready for fall...our summers are foggy messes...Fall brings crisp air and sunny days for us.

Angie@Echoes of Laughter said...

They look sooo delicious! I am going to make these! Visiting from The Girl Creative! Angie xo

bella (roz) said...

Stephanie, thank you so much for linking up these cinnamon beauties to my Fresh Friday link up last week. I am now following you (I'm sorry it took me so long to accomplish that . . . busy week)....and wanted you to know that I've selected your post as one of the most inspirational of last week. Hope you decide to link up again! Hugs, Roz

Jessica Nunemaker said...

Hubs LOVED these -- shared your recipe (and linked back to you) on my blog. Thanks for a good one! :)

http://littleindiana.com/2010/10/cinnamon-rolls-no-rising-yeast/

Mary Ellen said...

Oh how I love homemade cinnamon rolls! My mom would make them when I was little. I also remember after she would make a pie she would roll out the leftover pie dough and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar and bake it till nice and crisp= that was my favorite part of the pie!

Etcetorize said...

I don't bake, but these looks so yummy and easy to make that I might just give it a try! Thanks~

Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

YUMM-O!! I am one of the fall hurriers...summer is just too hot and humid here. I do hate to see old man winter show up though.

Blessings!
Gail

Evelyn said...

Oh Lord! Why? Why did I keep scrolling and reading the blog? (just kidding) I MUST have these NOW. (PMS rules my world right now)

GULP!

Evelyn
Adventure Of Super Spice

JHill said...

This was the most popular post at this week's Mad Skills party, so I will be featuring it and your blog this morning! Grab a brag button if you would like one.

madincrafts.blogspot.com

Amy @ Chicy-Creations said...

mmm! Those look divine!

Michelle@Somedaycrafts said...

This was the most viewed link at last week Whatever Goes Wednesday party! They sound so amazing. I plan on making them on Saturday. I am featuring this at today's party. Grab my f'eatured" button.

Pamela Michelle said...

New Follower! uhhh-mazing!

Alison B said...

so wait, no yeast? no rising? that is MY kind of cinnamon roll. we'll be making these on saturday!
thanks!

The Lucky Wife @ The Saturday Evening Pot said...

Oh, my! These look fantastic. Would love for you to link this one or any of your other MOST POPULAR recipes in our Star Recipes Collection (recently started but growing daily)!

It's always good to find another sister in the Lord! :) I hope you will check out our (co-author with my husband, aka, The Chef) blog and come back soon to see our soon-to-begin Sunday series. I'm really excited about it... an idea of mine of a blog series to share our faith through food.

Interesting... your husband in the picture in your banner looks like he could be a brother to mine!!