Which Cinnamon Rolls Are Good For You?
You know cinnamon rolls are a favorite, right?
They’re a tasty and healthy treat that’s sure to please even the pickiest of palates.
The only downside is that cinnamon rolls come with a hefty price tag.
And the problem is, there’s no way to go back to a regular cinnamon roll without some serious preparation.
Luckily, the good folks at Cinnamon Rolls.com have a list of tips and tricks for making the most of your favorite cinnamon roll.
They even have an easy recipe that you can use to make the most out of your cinnamon roll: Use the right cinnamon flavor.
Cinnamon rolls are often made with either brown sugar, maple syrup, or agave syrup.
That’s not the right choice, according to Cinnamon Roll’s co-founder, Lisa McElroy, because these flavors can be sweet, sour, or tart.
When choosing a cinnamon flavor, make sure you’re choosing something that you love and don’t mind putting in your cinnamon rolls.
If you don’t like a specific flavor, you can always substitute another one.
And if you want to make cinnamon rolls even more cinnamony, you could try making a brown sugar-based substitute.
McElry also says to get rid of all the dry ingredients like powdered sugar and baking powder.
To make them more palatable, you’ll need to use vanilla extract instead.
To be able to make a regular or a brown-sugar-based cinnamon roll, you need to add the following ingredients to the bowl: 1 1/2 cups powdered sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon ground ginger 1/4 cup ground allspice 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/8 teaspoon ground cloves For the brown sugar: In a medium saucepan, combine powdered sugar, cinnamon, ginger, allspices, and cloves.
Bring to a boil.
When it boils, turn off the heat and whisk in the brown-sided liquid until it comes to a thick thick, pale syrup.
This is the syrup that will come out of the oven and you’ll want to pour it into a large bowl and add the cinnamon rolls to it.
Stir until all the browning has subsided.
Add the rolled dough to the saucepan and cover it with a lid.
Cook on low heat, stirring occasionally, for about 1 hour, until the dough is soft and browned.
The dough will thicken and the rolls will be golden brown.
When ready to bake, remove the lid and allow to cool completely before slicing and serving.