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    Easter morning cinnamon rolls

    TCookie
    Sat Mar 26, 2005 2:06 pm
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    I would like to make raised cinnamon rolls for tomorrow am (out of one of my physical cookbooks).
    If I get these made up through the shaping process (rolled up and cut into rolls & panned), can I just hold them in the fridge over this afternoon and tonight? I'd probably pull them out at about 6am.
    Just checking... haven't done this before.
    MEAN CHEF
    Sat Mar 26, 2005 2:58 pm
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    TCookie wrote:
    I would like to make raised cinnamon rolls for tomorrow am (out of one of my physical cookbooks).
    If I get these made up through the shaping process (rolled up and cut into rolls & panned), can I just hold them in the fridge over this afternoon and tonight? I'd probably pull them out at about 6am.
    Just checking... haven't done this before.


    Yes. However it will take them some time to come back to room temp and finish rising. I have never been a fan of putting them into the oven from the refrigerator.
    TCookie
    Sat Mar 26, 2005 3:25 pm
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    Thanks... I was planning to take them out and let them come to room temp. Hopefully, the rising process is all done after being in the fridge that long...
    Pumpkie
    Sat Mar 26, 2005 6:05 pm
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    TCookie wrote:
    Thanks... I was planning to take them out and let them come to room temp. Hopefully, the rising process is all done after being in the fridge that long...


    Can you post back and let us know how it works I've been wondering if you could do that because they take so long from start to finish. Thanks
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