My daughter Jacki & I collaborated on this recipe & I think we came up with the MOST delicious cinnamon bun recipe ever!!Continue reading “J & M Cinnamon Buns”
I have to use up the huge can of pumpkin puree I opened…so here is one of the recipes I made with it! And wow…they are delicious. Please don’t be put off by the fact that these are pumpkin cinnamon buns..if you do not like cinnamon. The pumpkin flavour is very Continue reading “Pumpkin Cinnamon Buns”
I can’t just have one cinnamon bun recipe on this blog forever so I am naming this one Cinnamon Buns #1!!! I did this with the energy bite recipes, ( this is a link to only one energy bite recipe on this blog…there are 3 ) There are so many recipes & ways to make cinnamon buns. This is not my usual recipe but I was having a busy baking day yesterday so I decided to make this one. Made in the food processor which elimates the need to knead the dough by hand for 10 minutes…
This is pretty easy! I do like making my cinnamon buns using a bread recipe. here is link to a recipe Jacki and I make, J & M Cinnamon Buns
This recipe is prepared the evening before you want to cook them, put in the fridge overnight & is baked in the morning
Go get some frozen bread dough buns, a box of vanilla pudding mix & have some butter, cinnamon & brown sugar ….I always have the last 3 items on hand, but if you don’t, grab them too. Then follow the directions here, or some of the frozen buns have this recipe on the pkg…. my bag does. I thought this was just a recipe I had in my book but I guess it comes from somewhere!!!
Here it is *** look at the notes underneath the last picture!!!!
This recipe is the Sunrise Cinnamon Raisin Buns…but I am not putting raisins in! & the recipe I have written down is the same as the one on the bag….
20 frozen dough rolls
1 cup brown sugar
1/c c vanilla instant pudding
2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 cup melted butter
Spray a bundt pan.Put the frozen rolls in the bundt pan
- Put the frozen buns in the bundt pan
- Mix the brown sugar, vanilla pudding & cinnamon together
- Sprinkle the buns with the sugar mixture
- Pour the melted butter all over the buns
- Cover with a damp cloth & let sit on the counter at room temperature overnight
- In the morning, preheat your oven to 350F
- Bake the cinnamon buns for 25 minutes
- Let cool for 5 -10 minutes then turn out onto a plate
**** I mixed the butter in with the sugar/cinnamon which I would not do again! have to follow the recipe haha These are still good but the cinnamon is not all over ….I don’t think we will have a problem eating them though!