Cinnabon – Cinnamon Bread


Warm and delicious cinnabon slices for  a chilly autumn day…

Imagine that you can read your favorite books while sipping a big cup of tea and a cinnabon, feeling the soft smell of cinnamon around… Nothing is better than that 🙂

Cinnamon doesn’t only go well with apples, they work perfectly with the bread too! I hope all of you will like this recipe and realize it successfully in your kitchen. Can’t wait to hear the feedback from you xoxo


Ingredients:

    Bread:

500 grams all purpose flour

2 large eggs

100 grams granulated white sugar

1 tsp salt

75 grams unsalted butter, melted

250 ml warm fresh milk

2 1/4 tsp instant yeast

     Filling: (as your liking, mix 1 tsp cinnamon powder/100 grams brown sugar)

Unsalted butter, room temperature

Cinnamon powder

Brown sugar

     Method:

Stir in the instant yeast in the warm fresh milk.

In a large bowl, mix or whisk together the all purpose flour, sugar, salt, eggs and melted butter. Pour in the milk mixture.

If you use a bread machine, set to Dough function until the ingredients are combined. If you do not have a bread machine, mix the dry ingredients with wet ingredients and knead on medium speed with a stand mixer until the dough is smooth, non sticky, and elastic. Cover the bowl with a damp and allow the dough to double in size (for about 45-60 mins).

Punch out the dough and let it rest for 10 minutes.

Roll dough out onto a floured surface into a 40 x 50 cm rectangle. Brush melted butter over dough; sprinkle cinnamon sugar evenly over dough; sprinkle nuts evenly over dough, if desired.  Tightly roll up dough and pinch edges together to seal; cut the roll into 15-17 slices. Allow the dough to double in size again.

Preheat the oven at 200 degrees C. Bake the cinnabons in 10-12 mins until the surface is golden brown.

Good luck 😉

Love, Trang Quynh

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2 comments

  1. Phuong Ho · October 25, 2011

    I’ve just made a piece of green tea chiffon.it does taste great.the smell is awesome ❤ and the color is just adorable.but one thing that lets me down is that the green tea power (i dont remember the Japanese name) is way too expensive :(dont know how to solve this problem T.T

  2. trangquynh · October 25, 2011

    oh, you mean green tea powder? well, honestly, there’s no way to solve that problem ’cause green tea powder is always one of the most expensive ingredients in baking, but after all, it worth, right ^^? I’m sure you enjoyed your green tea chiffon, and personally, I just can’t wait to see some pics of it ❤

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