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Bread Baking: Cinnamon Apple Sweet Rolls

The dough for these rolls isn't overly sweet. Too much sugar in a dough can result in a poor rise, so I kept the dough just slightly sweeter than usual. It was light, fluffy, and perfect for pulling off little bits to nibble on. The sweetness came from the sugar and cinnamon, while the apple added just a bit of tartness and interesting texture to the party. There were a few chewy caramelized bits of sugar around the outer edges of the rolls—a little bonus. More

Biscuit Cinnamon Rolls

By combining these two twin titans of carbohydrate awesomeness, you've got a decadently delicious and addictive tour de force that just might change the way you look at morning sweets forever. More

Bread Baking: Cinnamon Rolls

What's even better than buying cinnamon rolls is making them. Because the smell of cinnamon and sweet yeasty bread baking is almost as good as eating the rolls. (Almost.) These are great fresh from the oven, when they're just a little bit warm. Leftovers are great for French toast or bread pudding. If you have leftovers. More

Sunday Brunch: Cinnamon Rolls

Certain brunch guests will be surprised to learn that cinnamon rolls can be made from scratch in a home kitchen. ("Like, from a can?" a friend of mine once asked when informed that I had made the roll she was being handed.) But there's actually no trick to it. This recipe is more about the soft, sweet bread of the cinnamon roll than its sticky interior. More

Beer Bread Pecan Rolls

"Skip yeast in favor of a quick beer-and-baking-powder dough." [Photograph: Maggie Hoffman] Brunch at home needs to be easy. There's a reason that neighborhood cafés manage to sell a couple of sad poached eggs for $13 on Sundays: we're not... More

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