Cinnamon Scroll Bread Recipe….

Cinnamon Bread

Today I woke, after a long lie in, with a need to bake something…not sure what, just something. I checked through my recipes to find something, but gave up and made up this instead. I’ve called it “Cinnamon Scroll Bread”….it’s very, very good.

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I had a packet of Laucke Breads Pizza and Focaccia mix in the cupboard…and I swear by this Australian flour makers products and mentioned them in a recipe I made here before.

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If you do use the mix, I make it as though I am doing bread and let it rise for a half hour or so. All you do is empty the flour mix and yeast into a bowl and add 330mls of luke warm water and either knead it or use a dough hook on your mixer…I took the easy way and used a hook.

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once you have let the mix rise, melt about 80 grams of butter until it’s just on the verge of runny and mix with 2 tablespoons of brown sugar and a heaped teaspoon of cinnamon and mix until the sugar starts to dissolve.

Roll/flatten out the dough on a lightly floured bench until its about 30cms long and about 25cms wide and pour the butter/sugar/cinnamon mix (leaving about a 1/4 aside) over the top and spread all over. Then roll one end over like a Swiss roll until you have a log…give it a twist and put it into an oiled loaf tin (I always use ceramic ones), brush a little of the sugar/butter mix on the top, and put into a pre heated 180C oven for about 20-30 minutes. Half way through the cooking, put some more of the butter mix on top and finish baking until it starts to turn golden.

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Once it’s done, remove from the oven and put any leftover butter mix on top. Now this bun is meant to be moist and sticky from the butter/sugar mix, so don’t worry if when you cut it, it looks doughy…it should only be here and there.

Trust me …it won’t last long with a cup of tea and some sun on the veranda!

Have a great weekend xx

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6 comments on “Cinnamon Scroll Bread Recipe….

  1. Kim Grey on said:

    This bread looks and sounds delicious! I love anything with lots of cinnamon in it. I might have to try making this soon.

  2. Kiran @ KiranTarun.com on said:

    Absolutely scrumptious!

  3. Andrea on said:

    Oh my! I stumbled across your blog via Lilyfield Life and saw this cinnamon vision and made it that afternoon. It was everything you said – easy to make, delicious and gone far too soon! I also love your site – you are one talented and inspirational lady!

    • Ness Lockyer on said:

      That is so sweet of you and you have made my day! I’m so pleased you tried it- it is such a simple, no fuss treat, I had to share.
      Happy weekend.
      Ness xx

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