8.24.2010

cinnamon rolls

Kate made today's lunch.

She has been wanting to make cinnamon rolls for a few weeks now. I told her she is welcome to make them as long as there is a vegetable dish to precede the meal. She agreed.

This left me with finding an easy and fast cinnamon roll recipe. I remember making one from Baking with Julia cookbook, but as we all know Julia was neither vegan-friendly nor quick. I think that particular recipe took me a day to make.

So I opted for having her make a quick sweet dough, using half whole wheat flour, and the rest using just cinnamon-roll-additions - sugar, cinnamon and Earth Balance. This is a quick dough because it does not use yeast to rise the bread; it has baking powder to do the work. Having Kate make it, it was ready in about an hour, an adult making it, it would be ready in less than 45 minutes, including baking.

Cost Breakdown:
flours: $1
sugar, cinnamon: $1
Earth Balance: $.50
maple syrup: $ 1
almond milk: $.50
Total to make 6 big or 12 smaller rolls:
$4.00





9 comments:

  1. Wow I never thought it would be possible to make cinnamon rolls sans egg. I'm going to have to try these!

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  2. ooo i can't wait for the recipe on this one! my boyfriend has been wanting cinnamon rolls for a long time too

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  3. May Ling Wu and Jacklyn, because I appreciate your comments, the recipe has been posted :)

    Thanks!

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  4. A recipe...awesome. Now I won't feel quite as guilty.

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  5. Gosh, those look terrific! Mmm, I just love how the icing is drizzled over. I could really go one of those now!

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  6. At this point, anything eggless is welcome. Thanks for this timely recipe and the gorgeous photo of the rolls.

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  7. This post has me drooling! I LOVE cinnamon rolls. :)

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  8. Yup...no eggs till the scare is over :) Great recipe! Thanks!

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  9. These were fantastic, no 'eggs' about it ;)

    If you have no idea of the condition that your eggs were made in, take a look at the Virtual Battery Cage at the top of the page.

    Thanks!

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