In Not simply cinnamon rolls we won't go through fifty or a hundred recipes. Instead we will focus on just one and do it really well-with the goal that at the end of the book you will take the recipe, and make it your own!
"Not simply" doesn't mean that it will be difficult to follow the recipe.
What it means is that you will be introduced to the tools and ingredients you are going to use; (some of) the science behind the recipe will be explained, and then you will be taken through all the steps in the recipe-and finally we will get you started on modifying the recipe to suit your tastes!
The topic of this Not simply book is cinnamon rolls, a delicious and eye-catching snack popular in many parts of the world! Made from a rolled sheet of yeast-leavened dough with cinnamon remonce and a crème consisting of butter and sugar flavored with powdered cinnamon, cinnamon rolls can serve as a delicious snack or small meal, depending on one's appetite.
In the 1910s the first cookbook with a recipe for cinnamon rolls was published, and since that time cinnamon rolls have become quite popular in many parts of the world, especially Europe and North America.
In Sweden October 4 has been celebrated as Kanelbullens dag (Cinnamon Roll Day) since 1999; on this day Swedes compete for who can bake the most tasty and/or beautiful cinnamon rolls-and no surprise: they also consume quite a lot of 'em -and in the United States, both cinnamon rolls and the related honey buns are very popular foods, so much that the Tampa Bay Times has reported that inmates in Florida prisons buy 270,000 honey buns a month, and use these as currency, bribes-and, of course, ultimately a sweet treat.
While a life of crime and sweet vacuum-packed prison pastry might sound enticing to the weak of heart, Not simply cinnamon rolls puts something far more tempting on the menu for the rest of us: freshly baked homemade cinnamon rolls!
Get ready to treat your loved ones to homemade cinnamon rolls today with Not simply cinnamon rolls!
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