How We Make Cinnamon Rolls with the Kitchen Aid, Best Old Fashioned Southern Cooking Recipes

How We Make Cinnamon Rolls with the Kitchen Aid, Best Old Fashioned Southern Cooking Recipes

okay some of you really would want me to do cinnamon rolls so today is the day I'm going to go put a quarter cup of warm water in this measuring cup and then we're going to dissolve a package of yeast in it for five minutes and let it sit so I've got a quarter cup of water I'm gonna add my yeast we're gonna let that sit there for five minutes we're going to need a cup of warm milk so I'm gonna put this in the microwave for one minute now while we're waiting on that we're going to use the mixer I'm going to put in a dough hook and we're going to add three cups of flour it's two cups three cups all right your milk doesn't have to be hot it just has to be like warm it's plenty warm I didn't quite let it go the whole minute y'all but by the time our timer goes off in three minutes this will cool down a little bit and then we're going to add everything into the flour and we're going to mix it up really well we are going to blend our flour I'm gonna put in the milk in the East sure you get out of there make sure it's mixed up it's like playing to the hold we're going to play this I'm gonna blend it pretty good y'all so I'm probably gonna blend it about four minutes because we want to make sure that yeast gets in that bread and just verses throughout all the flour evenly or it's not going to do a good job so I'm going to leave this in here five good minutes all right spend five minutes so let's get this out of here what we're gonna do is take our batter bowl I'm going to put some oil in it it's probably close to an eighth of a cup and I'm going to put the oil all around the edges of the batter bowl and then I'm gonna take the dough off the hook beautiful place it in our batter bowl I'm gonna roll it around and let it get oil all over it and then we're going to put it in a warm place until it doubles in size you can't I can't give you a time because everybody's this different I'm actually going to put mine today it's about 80 something degrees outside I won't put a wet towel over the top of it put it out on the porch and then I'll let y'all know how long mine too but it's about 80 some degrees outside all right yo our dough has doubled in size so we're going to punch it down we're going to add it to the mixer I'm going to add a third cup of sugar to it two eggs room temperature eggs go ahead teaspoon salt I will put in a teaspoon of cinnamon we're going to get out our bread flour and we're going to add 3/4 cup of flour to it this is a a my quarter is dirty all right now we're gonna start adding the remaining flour okay we got to add 3/4 more cups of flour I'm gonna do it in 8 cups cause we act we gotta add them slowly what each eighth cup has believed it then we'll add the next one now we're going to mix this for about five minutes so I'll come back and it's done alright while that's finishing up we're going to melt the stick of butter in the microwave in this measuring cup [Applause] we're about to make our cinnamon mixture okay I'm gonna turn this off Oh it's good and sticky like it should be with this better where would you add 2/3 cups of sugar now I'm gonna put in a half teaspoon of vanilla extract or a teaspoon of vanilla flavoring all right that's ready now we'll take my bread flour just kind of dust the surface of this why where my hands real good pick up our dog and I don't have to need it because the mixers already done it for me okay so now all I'm going to do roll it out simple simple I'll need to flour this I'm thinking just use your hand and follow it good you don't want it to get too much on it one way you know if you've needed it enough is to put your finger in it and it springs back it's doing that get a bread knife it needs to be serrated now you're just going to cut off your rolls in about half inch pieces you're gonna lay them in the pot in the baking dish alright I'm gonna cover these on take them back outside in the warm anger and I'm gonna let them rise now you don't want them to get too big if they get too big they'll collapse while they're in the oven so just let them rise almost double not quite double in that way you don't have to worry about it won't come out and take them out there no ball cut up the rest of them okay all these are about doubled in size you can come look in I've covered them with plastic wrap now let them sit outside for a while and then I came in here and put them on the oven because the ovens you know they're not real tall but I don't want them to collapse I'm not gonna let them get real alright y'all we're getting out the cinnamon rolls I look delish we're gonna let it cool a little bit before we put blazed on them you

19 thoughts on “How We Make Cinnamon Rolls with the Kitchen Aid, Best Old Fashioned Southern Cooking Recipes

  • These look great! Tammy, is the recipe for the glaze at the end correct? There is no sugar and butter is listed twice. Thank you for posting!

  • Adding eggs direct to the bowl are totally wrong, she must separate the egg at small bowl to be sure if the eggs are not rotten then if the eggs are ok time to put at the bowl. That's normal procedure.

  • What was added into the butter/sugar mixture that was brown you did a 1/3 cup of it and then another 1/3 cup sugar?

  • Hey Tammy and Chris! Thanks for this great recipe! I ran across the recipe in your Volume II recipe book then search the YouTube for the video on how to make! Great stuff. I'm waiting for my dough to rise now! It's winter here in Kentucky like Georgia so can't set outside in 80 degrees for the rise…using the microwave for my dough rise instead. Lol…you said room temperature eggs so I went to the chicken coop and just pulled out two "warm" hen temperature eggs that should work fine. Thanks again! I received both your new signed cookbooks! I "gifted" my original Volume One to my sister who's a new convert to your cooking channel too! Thanks again

  • What is Bread flour? just regular ? & what is the Last flour your using? Your Glaze recipe is not typed right do you mean 2 cups of powdered sugar? can't believe your glaze is all butter & water? 😉 Love you Hunni!

  • I make a lot of yeast rolls and any more I use my bread machine to do all the mixing and kneading and the first rise. I have more than one bread machine and most of the time I will have two machines going. I do have two Kitchen Aid stand mixers but don't use them for my yeast doughs. I am enjoying your videos.
    Grandma Sue in central Indiana and Izzi too

  • Hi. Could you just confirm the ingredients for the glaze as you have said butter twice. Is one measure sugar? Or icing sugar.? Thanks

  • Oh ya make me wanna give you my address 😊😊😊They came out really good! Such a good recipe! Tfs 👍✌😘😘

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