From one Home Economics teacher to another, these cinnamon rolls were awesome! I made them yesterday and let them sit in the fridge overnight. I did make a few slight modifications to the recipe. I kneaded the dough and placed it in a generously oiled bowl and set aside to rise. I was worried at first when the dough did not seem to be rising. I let the dough rise for a little more than an hour, and it did double in size. I then punched it down and let it rest for 10 minutes. When the resting period was done, I rolled out the dough, let it rest for about 10 minutes, then continued to roll out the dough. I mixed brown and white sugar with the cinnamon for the filling. I am not quite sure of the proportions because I just kind of eyeballed it! The rolls were placed in the fridge and left overnight. When my husband got up to go to work, I took them out of the fridge and left them on the counter to rise (about 2 hours because I went back to bed!). The (12)rolls were double in size and filled a 9X13 baking dish. When the kids woke up, I popped them in the oven @ 350 degrees and baked them for 17-19 minutes. We made a cream cheese icing and they were delicious. My oldest son said I am no longer allowed to buy cinnamon rolls from the store! This is also a perfect recipe for a home economics class. It allows students to prepare the dough one day and bake the next. It is very hard to find recipes that can be prepared and eaten in 50 minutes.
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From one Home Economics teacher to another, these cinnamon rolls were awesome! I made them...