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Lauren's Latest » My Cinnabon Cinnamon Rolls

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HomeAboutRecipe IndexPressContactRecipe BoxEveryday ingredients – Extraordinary food Wednesday, February 8, 2012230 comments »
My Cinnabon Cinnamon Rolls
Ok, guys. HERE IT IS! I’m pretty sure this
Lauren's Latest » My Cinnabon Cinnamon Rollshttp://www.laurenslatest.com/my-cinnabon-cinnamon-rolls/1 of 3721/06/2013 09:16 p.m.
is the most anticipated recipe I’ve hyped up in a very loooong time–and for good reason! I’ve been working hard trying to get thisrecipe as close as I can. To give you an idea of what I’ve been up to and why it took me so long to finally publish this, let meexplain my whole process.First I googled the ingredients of the cinnabon. After a few minutes, I found them. All companies have published their actualingredients list SOMEWHERE. If it’s not on the web, go into the store and ask. These days, most companies have their nutritional information online. I found Cinnabon’shere. I also found a bunch of ‘cloned’ recipes which had almost NONE of theactual ingredients found in one of these divine cinnamon rolls. Real clone? I think not!Once I had that list, I shortened it by taking out all the preservatives and things most people wouldn’t have on hand like whey, powdered egg, potassium sorbate and yellow #5.I know I know….I just ran out of potassium sorbate too.Then from here I went through the list again and decided what ingredients were used for what. Flour-goes in the dough, brownsugar-goes in the filling, etc. Also, having the ingredients listed in order from most to least helped quite a bit.Once I had all that figured out, I just started testing. After 4 huge batches, I think I got a pretty good clone.
If you’re going tomake a clone, use this recipe!
It’s the closest, next best thing using all the same ingredients.After all that hype, are you ready to make some of these?! It takes some time, but just like anything good and holy, it’s totallyworth it!First up: the dough. Start out with warm water in your mixing bowl {not milk like the impostor cinnabon recipes online.}Sprinkle some quick rising active dry yeast into the bowl along with about a tablespoon of the sugar.Stir it around and let it proof for a few minutes while we get some other ingredients together.
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Over to the side, measure out some oil, an egg and….buttermilk–the secret ingredient! Out of all the ‘cloned’ recipes I looked through online, NONE of them had buttermilk!! If you search Cinnabon secret ingredient on youtube, you’ll find the creator talking about her ingredient. She never says what it is, but buttermilk fits the bill of everything she was saying! I’m onto
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