Sunday, December 28, 2014

JUST COULDN'T WAIT


When I saw this recipe for Cinnamon Roll Bread on facebook, I decided I would make it for New Years Day.  I just couldn't wait!!


Today when we got home from early service at Church I made us a nice breakfast of ham, eggs and hashbrowns.   But a little later I was wanted something sweet with my coffee and my mind wandered back to that recipe, and I caved!!

45 minutes later, a cup of steaming coffee and a large slice of Cinnamon Roll Bread.  It taste like yeast bread...but no yeast.  Sunday's just don't get any better.

BTW if you want this recipe it's on my fb page.

26 comments:

  1. this sounds very good and looks amazing!! I also love love the header photo!!!

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    1. Laurie, I was thinking a spoon or two of your marmalade to spread on top of it. I love that header...may leave it up all year...haha.

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  2. Only 45 minutes? Can't beat that! Yum!
    I'm making your scones for NYD. :)

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    1. Wish I had the same drive and yearning to make vegetables....but somehow baking just comes so natural, and eating it so easy. Love the scones too. Those will probably be next. HaHa

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  3. It looks absolutely delicious, Wanda. Mmmm would devour that with a cup of tea at hand. :)

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    1. Oh yes, it would be great with tea. Wish we could share a cup and a slice...at chit chat about life.

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  4. I think I'll get up right now and make some cookies.

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    1. Cookies are on my list for tomorrow. One cookie jar is empty, the other has two stale cookies in the bottom. That doesn't happen too often. haha

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  5. Ooooo! And again I say, Ooooo! Yum.

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    1. I was really good, can't wait till morning ~ it's on my menu for breakfast.

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    1. You'll be glad you did. It's easy, fast and good.

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  7. I can see why you coudn't wait - I wouldn't have been able to wait either :) It looks amazing! Hugs to you!

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    1. Thanks Stephanie...would be good at one of your tea parties.

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  8. I am running over there to get it right now!!!!

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    1. Meet you half way...That might be Colorado...HaHa

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  9. You could call this one your test to see if it was worthy of New Years Day. I hope you and your family had a Merry Christmas. It's been busy down here, so Happy New Year in advance.

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    1. I like your thinking Jim...yep, I think I'll be ready for another one New Years Day. Happy New Year to you too...know you will have lots of great pictures for next year.

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  10. Sounds like a perfect sweet treat.
    Happy New Year. xo Catherine

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    1. Just right, not to sweet, more like bread but really good...will make this again and again.

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    1. Happy Monday to you....A new day untouched by humans hands till now... What will it bring this new day...Blessing from me to you.

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  12. I will be going to your Facebook page to look for the recipe, it looks delicious.

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    1. Wanda Slaven, send me a friend request and I'll confirm it. Recipe is on my Wall.

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  14. YUM!!! I want a piece now...even if it is after 9pm here. Looks so good.

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