Monday, November 17, 2008

No Kneading again

Warning .. . .if you need to lose a few pounds before the holidays begin, do not. . .I tell you .. .do not venture over to the Mennonite Girls Can Cook blog if you have a weakness for Cinnamon Rolls.
In fact, I would encourage you to press the back button right now and pretend you never saw the buns ready to go into the oven.
Have a wonderful day my friends. . . .
For those of you who have left for a walk scheduled your walk for later. . .
I have to tell you, I have a book that I highly recommend for Christmas gift giving.
After baking countless No Knead Artisan Loaves of Bread and the starting to make the Multigrain bread that you can find on my sidebar. . .I thought there must be some wonderful Cinnamon Roll dough that is out there to try.
I whipped up this recipe for No Knead Cinnamon Rolls on Thursday and after letting it lounge in the refrigerator for the recommended length of time, I baked them up. Oh my, they are wonderful. I kept saying to my beloved, are these not the best Cinnamon Rolls you have ever had in your life? They are. Hands down.
Off for my walk. . .Have a wonderful day my friends.

13 comments:

  1. Oh, the temptation...I really need to lose some weight before Christmas. Must stay away from that recipe...must...

    I have no willpower. I am looking into that book! Enjoy your day!

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  2. too late, i saw them and immediatly put on two pounds, maybe even five because i pictured my self eating all of them...oops.
    celery and water for the rest of the day...;-(, make that the week.

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  3. Oh Lovella,
    Cinnamon buns are my one (of many) weakness. I will have to try them!
    Doris Janzen

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  4. Oh mercy me! I'm going to have to walk 10 miles a day to keep up with all the wonderful cooking around here. Have a great day Lovella!!

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  5. I'm with Charlotte..too late for me Lovella..I already have seen the pics on MGCC and so there goes that..I'll bake them and who will eat them?? That's an easy guess!

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  6. As a gal who has managed to gain ten pounds BEFORE the holidays, I guess that I'm backing out now. But I know where to find them!

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  7. I will definitely be trying these - perhaps even today?! I have been looking for a quick and easy but delicious cinnamon roll recipe - and the idea of freezing them ahead of time - I love it! Thanks! Lori T

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  8. I'm so glad I went for a walk this morning!

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  9. Wow. I am definitely putting that book on my wish list. I've been baking the multi-grain no knead bread for months and it is so amazingly good that I want to try more recipes like these. Thanks for sharing your excellent finds!!!

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  10. ahhhh.... See everyone?? I have a built in advantage over you all !! smile.. being Celiac does have some positive side effects.... NOT ! I would rather gain the two pounds and eat those cinnamon buns. I have a recipe too for no knead cinnimon buns and when I make them they disappear instantly!

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  11. Just requested it from my library - I confess I have a weakness for cinnamon rolls so I'm glad I don't have to wait for the book to try the recipe.

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  12. I guess the diet is going back on hold!! haha
    I thought of you (and the MGCC blog) today when we got a new product in the shop! Organic flours! I am excited to start baking!

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  13. I'm Jeff Hertzberg, one of the co-authors of Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day. I'm so glad our recipes are working well for you. Come visit us anytime at http://www.artisanbreadinfive.com, where you can post questions into any "Comments" field, or click on "Bread Questions" on the left side of the homepage and choose among the options.

    Jeff Hertzberg
    www.artisanbreadinfive.com
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