This is now our daily bread -- my daughter makes it several times a week in our bread machine. This has replaced the earlier version that I have posted because we've tried to eliminate white flour from our diets wherever possible. The vital wheat gluten is what makes it possible for the bread to rise nicely. Gluten is the protein part of the wheat kernel, and you can buy a powdered form of it at most health food or whole food stores -- that's what you need for this recipe to work. Without the gluten, it'll be a brick. So, get the gluten unless you want to build a bread wall. Cooking time is for the white bread cycle on our machine. Your time may vary.
Fresh from the oven, this bread explodes with cinnamon flavor as eye-opening as its namesake. Savor it warm and this aromatic loaf will become a classic at your breakfast table. Dress it up as French Toast and you will never go back to the plain stuff again! Brought to you by Electric Bread (and I love this recipe!!)
At least this is the closest one you'll be able to find. Most likely. It's not going to look like they're bread, but I heard if you freeze it, let it sit out for a bit, roll it and then put it in regular bread pans in the oven and cook it to about 350 it should turn out closer to it......
But I'm too scared to try that, if you try it and you like it let me know! This recipe came from MC-Recipe Digest V1 #583 by Barbara Zack on Apr 21, 1997.
This recipe makes wonderfully soft butternut flavoured rolls with brown sugar and pecan nut filling, topped with cinnamon and pecan icing. You can swop out the butternut for sweet potato or pumpkin for an alternative flavoured bun.
These are THE BEST cinnamon rolls! The recipe is from Todd Wilbur's "More Top Secret Recipes." and www.TopSecretRecipes.com. They're oooey, goooey and rich! The dough can easily be prepared in your bread machine, just follow your manufacturer's order of ingredients. I put the ingredients in the night before, and then roll out and bake in the morning. I would like to share the following suggestions by reviewers about the filling "leaking out" during baking:
1) add a few tablespoons flour to the brown sugar/cinnamon mixture
2) using a flour "shaker" or sifter, I lightly dust the margarine with flour before sprinkling with the brown sugar/cinnamon mixture, then again on top of the BS/cinnamon mixture, before rolling up the dough.
I love this recipe. The oats give it a really good taste, and I use wheat flour for some wheat taste. If you don't enjoy wheat flour, you can use all white flour and it is still delicious. I use my bread maker to make the dough, then form it into a loaf. You don't have to use a bread machine, I've done it by hand; the machine just makes it quicker with kids in the kitchen under my feet.
Preparation time includes the bread machine dough cycle, mine is about one hour.
This recipe is from the Bread Machine Magic book. The rolls are fabulous. The book says "They're lovely on the Thanksgiving table, and also very popular as a snack fresh out of the oven, split in half, and filled with a small piece of thinly sliced ham and a dab of mustard." I hope you enjoy these as much as I do.
I found this to be a light wheat bread, not sweet and not "yeasty". Very basic wheat bread. I have made it with walnuts and with pecans. . .both are good. See what you think! Recipe from the cookbook that came with my bread machine and I am supposed to put my ingredients in wet to dry. . . check your bread machine to make sure this is the order you are also supposed to follow (many do dry to wet). Recipe makes a 1 lb loaf
I submitted Mom's 100% Whole Wheat Air Buns (#168802) recently, but I have done some tweaking of that recipe, (which does not contain egg or milk), and I like this one better. Unlike many whole grain breads, these rolls are delicious, soft, and light. This is a reincarnation of Mom's Air Buns #168628, which uses white flour, and is a winner in the taste and texture department, but this one is much healthier because of the added protein and fibre.
I've been making this bread for years without measuring, and finally decided to write it down. My most requested bread from my bread-lovin' son. Makes the house smell divine!! You can easily increase the amounts of seasonings to your taste. (NOTE: Many people seem to be needing to add extra water, so I'm adding an adjustment to the recipe.)
Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, this bread flecked with herbs, is an almost identical version to the bread served at the popular restaurant Ramano's Macoroni Grill. I came across the recipe after becoming addicted to their bread and craving it constantly (thanks to Google search and Cafe Michele). It's a great bread to tear and dip in flavored olive oils and to serve with your best Italian pasta dishes, or soups.
This was the first recipe I used in a bread machine and I'm pretty pleased with the results. The original recipe comes from a local organic flour mill and called for 1 beaten egg, which I replaced with Ener-g.