- February 8, 2015 at 10:19 pm #352484mosParticipant
Bread Machine Cinnamon Rolls
1 cup milk, lukewarm, 1% is fine
1 large egg, room temperature
2 tsp vanilla extract
3 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
4 tbs softened butter
1 tsp salt
1/3 cup granulated sugar
3 tsp rapid rise or bread machine yeast
3 tbs melted butter
6 tbs packed brown sugar
1 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
1/2 to 3/4 cup finely chopped pecans, optional
2 tbs butter, melted
3 to 4 tbs very hot water (more or less, as needed)
1 tsp vanilla bean paste or vanilla extract
2 cups powdered sugar (more or less, as needed)
Whisk the milk, egg, and 2 tsp of vanilla together until blended.
Adding ingredients according to your manufacturer’s suggested order, add the milk and egg mixture, flour, 4 tbs softened butter, salt, 1/3 cup granulated sugar, and yeast to the bread machine. Set your machine on the rapid dough cycle.
On a lightly floured surface, roll dough out into a rectangle about 10 x 20 inches.
Spread the rolled out dough with the 3 tbs of melted butter.
Combine the 6 tbs of brown sugar with 1 1/2 tsp of cinnamon and the chopped pecans, if using. Sprinkle evenly over the entire surface.
Roll up tightly and pinch seams to seal. Cut the roll into 1-inch slices. Place the rolls, cut side down, in a greased 13×9-inch baking pan.
Cover with a clean dish towel and let rise in a draft-free place for 45 minutes.
Heat oven to 350°.
Bake the cinnamon rolls from 20 to 25 minutes, until nicely browned. Remove to a rack to cool slightly.
Combine the 2 tbs of melted butter with 3 tbs of hot water and vanilla or vanilla bean paste. Stir in powdered sugar, then add a little more hot water, as needed, to make an icing you can drizzle over the rolls.
If too thin, add small amounts of confectioners’ sugar. Spoon over the icing over the warm rolls.
Makes 18 to 20 cinnamon rolls.
- February 9, 2015 at 12:26 pm #460690
This looks good. However, since bread machines come in different sizes, what is the size requirement for this recipe?
- February 10, 2015 at 10:51 pm #460697mosParticipant
I can’t answer that question as I didn’t know that there was a difference. I was given a bread machine (with no instructions) when a friend’s neighbor moved and was getting rid of ‘stuff’ that she didn’t use. This was a few years ago and I’ve experimenting with recipes that I normally did by hand.
When I make adjustments to the recipe to make it work, I share them. It appears (based on your question) that as long as I stick to preparing a single loaf or not more than two dozen rolls, the amount of ingredients are good. I’ll try to remember your question and if I run’over’ to adjust accordingly.
The bread machine is an Oster, if that helps, and is huge!
lol! the bucket looks like it could hold almost 10 cups of ingredients…not that would leave much room for kneading…
I hope that some of what I’m written makes sense for you;-D