A Walk Through The Bible In One Year
Bringing the Story to Life
Week 8 reading plan per day:
Click on the colored link to read each day’s scripture.
Monday (Numbers 18-20) Tuesday (Numbers 21-22)
Wednesday (Numbers 23-25) Thursday (Numbers 26-27)
Friday (Numbers 28-30) Saturday (Numbers 31-33)
Sunday (Numbers 34-36)
I love bread. I can pass up chocolate, candy, brownies, and most cookies. But take some fresh bread out of the oven and it is all over but the shoutin’ for me! Years and years ago I started making bread using a box of bread dough mix I would buy at the grocery store. Even then I managed to make some bricks. I am quite sure I was kneading it too death but fast forward 40 years (yikes!) and my soul sings loud and clear when a batch of cinnamon rolls look like these as they are getting ready to rise to the occasion. When I was making these it was the marathon baking day before my cousin Jill was arriving. This is the same day my beloved Kitchen Aid mixer threw itself off the hook scaring me to death! Thanks to my man-of-all- trades and chief culinary consultant, this Kitchen Aid is working great and has taken on a new look 🙂 After the repair it works beautifully turning out this stunning loaf of soft, stretchy dough.
I use several different bread recipes including TWD:BWJ White Bread, My Yankee Dinner Rolls, Homemade Wheat Bread, and My Best Dinner Rolls and when I am looking for a recipe these days I go to my blog first and usually to print it out. I was so surprised when I went looking for my cinnamon roll recipe to find I have never posted it. This recipe is called Harvest Cinnamon Rolls. I have had it in my arsenal of recipes for some time. However, when I Googled the name so I could tell you where it originally came from, I found the same recipe all over the internet. So, suffice it to say — it came from the internet! 🙂 It calls for Vital Wheat Gluten and I always use this because it helps sweet bread dough to rise better with more elasticity. If you don’t have any on hand the results will still be good, just better with it. When making finishing a cinnamon roll I don’t think you can do any better than Buttercream Frosting. The more the better! After all this build up to my awesome cinnamon rolls I must confess I “forgot” to take pictures when they were done. I was busy – I had company coming! So, after the fact we only had a few left and this was the best picture I could squeak out. Hopefully it will be enough for you to know that you too can make these awesome cinnamon rolls!
Many Blessings and Happy Cooking!