Sharing food is my favorite way to show love to those around me. So, one of the most fulfilling moments of my holiday season was baking Christmas Eve. The kids and I made the Pioneer Woman’s Cinnamon Rolls from scratch. I had never tackled a baking project this large and that involved yeast – but it was soooo worth it! The process took most of the afternoon, but the end result was some yummy, buttery goodness topped with a maple icing. I also made a batch with cream cheese icing since my kids love it.
We made pans and pans of them and then made deliveries to our neighbors and some other special people in our life. It was so fun sharing a little love on such a special day!
If you haven’t tried making PW’s Cinnamon Rolls – or any other of her recipes. RUN don’t walk to do so. I have never had one of her recipes turn bad and they are always spot on for whatever she says it will be.
This recipe makes about 50 rolls, so make sure to share them with the ones you love – They will love you right back and thank you repeatedly!
Oh, those look divine! I love recipes that make a big batch. Go Pioneer Woman!
She does pretty much ROCK!
Those look really good. I love cinnamon rolls so I would keep all 50 for myself. Just saying, LOL. Thanks for sharing. Also, love your daughters smile in the first picture. Cute!!!
You know, I thought about that…they do freeze well! ha!