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Old 11-15-2010, 11:01 PM   #3111
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I finally posted that coffee cake recipe: Quick Coffee Cake - Discuss Cooking - Cooking Forums
SWEET! Thank you.
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Old 11-16-2010, 02:02 PM   #3112
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Bread, cinamon buns and taxlady's coffee cake.(thanks taxlady)! The cinamon buns still need a bit of icing. I cut them up and freeze them individually and drizzle icing on them when we heat them up in the microwave...
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Old 11-16-2010, 02:16 PM   #3113
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Bread, cinamon buns and taxlady's coffee cake.(thanks taxlady)! The cinamon buns still need a bit of icing. I cut them up and freeze them individually and drizzle icing on them when we heat them up in the microwave...
Beautiful!
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Bread, cinamon buns and taxlady's coffee cake.(thanks taxlady)! The cinamon buns still need a bit of icing. I cut them up and freeze them individually and drizzle icing on them when we heat them up in the microwave...
You're welcome. I hope you like it.

Those buns and the bread look beautiful. The buns look like more work than I'm willing to put in on most days.
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Oh man, I've been jonesing for cinnamon rolls for days and you have to post a picture. It's after 11 pm. Where am I supposed to get one now? ARGGGGG!
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Oh man, I've been jonesing for cinnamon rolls for days and you have to post a picture. It's after 11 pm. Where am I supposed to get one now? ARGGGGG!
You could always make my coffee cake and double the cinnamon. I'm sure it takes a lot less time than the cinnamon buns. It might not kill the craving, but it might damp it ;)
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They are a bit labor intensive, but the family loves them. I rarely eat them, personally. They don't go well with beer lol! I usually make a batch of bread dough and make a few different products from it. Here is a photo of them right after they were cut.
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They are a bit labor intensive, but the family loves them. I rarely eat them, personally. They don't go well with beer lol! I usually make a batch of bread dough and make a few different products from it. Here is a photo of them right after they were cut.
I never thought of that. Sounds like it would save some time and effort.
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I never thought of that. Sounds like it would save some time and effort.
Yesterday I made 4 lbs of dough. 2 lbs for cinnamon buns and two, 2 lb loaves of bread. Most of it went in the freezer. And your lovely coffee cake while I was warming up the oven and waiting for the bread dough to rise...
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