I love to bake breads. Crusty artisan breads. Flavorful quick breads. Traditional holiday breads. So I guess I sort of took a short cut when I whipped up something from a frozen bread dough. I wouldn’t quite consider this a true shortcut, however, because it was equally as
complicated labor-intensive as any of the aforementioned recipes. The only downside to this dough was that it was so glutinous that it resisted rolling, but it finally caved to my intentions.
Truth be told, I really just waned to see if it came out as good as my own, kneaded bread. I’ve only attempted 1 recipe, but it was so much fun that more will surely follow. And yes, the bread itself might just be made (and then frozen) by someone else!
Cinnamon Nut Twists1 loaf frozen white or whole wheat bread dough 2 Tbs butter, melted 1 Tbs ground cinnamon 1/2 C granulated sugar 1/2 C walnuts or pecans, chopped Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
I wish I could say that was my serving, but I reserved those for my parents. It was cinnamony taste and aroma heaven and totally worth the little shortcut.. or as I like to think of it, alternative method of baking! Most of the twists ventured into work for a surprise breakfast for the girls and they got raves.
I skipped indulging in this one. My stomach was full of another version of some green stuff.
I’m fully energized from my cardio and shoulder workout this morning. No shortcuts there!