When I was about 12, we went from living in town to living “in the country.” We lived on a farm, in a charming, old, 2-story farmhouse. My room had no heat or insulation (though I did have a very comfy electric blanket to keep me warm). So, on really cold winter days, I’d spend quite a bit of time down in the kitchen; that’s how I developed my love for baking.
My mother taught me how to make these cinnamon rolls. As I made this batch, I kept reliving those days. I used to love rolling these out on the old pull-out wooden cutting board, filling them up with cinnamon, sugar, and raisins. Raisins were very important; the more the merrier, according to my dad.
This week’s recipe is posted over on the Great Day Farms website; I feel very honored to be able to share my recipe via Great Day. This recipe can also be made into regular bread rolls or loaves. Sometimes a sweet treat is just right, though. Be sure to head over to Great Day Farms, and grab a copy of my Homemade Cinnamon Rolls recipe, so you can make a warm batch of cinnamon rolls this weekend.