I finally did it! I took the time to properly measure the ingredients and wrote it out for you all! We love cinnamon rolls! One of my earliest memories is my mom baking cinnamon rolls, she learned to make them as a kid in Sweden. She would add raisins and sometimes walnuts in the filling. The thing is as I mentioned in a another post is that they would become dry quickly…it took some experimenting till I found the secret to making them soft!
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One thing I remember as a kid was in the fall and winter my mom would make her cinnamon rolls….the same ones she grew up making in Sweden.
My Grandfather and I just couldn’t wait for them to get out of the oven and into our mouths! He had diabetes so my mom did not use much sugar, nor iced them…but I loved them just the same!
She would fill hers with raisins and sometimes walnuts….one thing though they would become dry the next day, so with some experimenting on how to keep them from drying out and staying soft….I figured it out! The secret is yogurt!
I love monkey bread, and with it being pumpkin season I wanted to make something other than the same old pumpkin pie!
I had left over pizza dough, I normally don’t add much salt in my dough, so I got away with making these! I took some of the dough, rolled it out 1/4 inch thick, and the size of a small/medium pizza. I tried my best to shape it into a square rather than circle shape.
My mom lived in Holland for 7 years and 7 years in Sweden as a kid, and while she lived there she learned how to make Dutch apple pie. In Sweden they don’t use crust, its more like apple crisp here in North America. I can never make mine like hers….no matter how many times I try! But that doesn’t stop me from making it!!:) Even though she says mine taste just like hers…..I will always like hers better!:)