In the last few months I have been dealing with some rotator cuff pain in my left shoulder, and, although I am right handed, I was quite surprised to learn how often I need the support and strength of my left arm. Needless to say, it’s been a challenge for me to bake, considering that I am also developing recipes for my upcoming fall classes at The Baker’s Pin. So any recipe that looks quite simple has recently caught my attention.
I subscribe to a few blogs, one of which is Sally’s Baking Addiction. This past week Sally shared a baking challenge for the month of August: Quick No-yeast Cinnamon Rolls. The rolls looked delicious, and I really wanted to try to replicate the flavor of traditional cinnamon rolls even if I knew that, without yeast, they couldn’t have the same texture.
They were delicious! The rolls were easy to make and not too sweet, which complemented the fantastic cream cheese frosting. My son asked that nobody talk to him while he was eating it, which at our home is the highest praise. They also can be made in less than an hour, and if you roll the dough in plastic wrap, the assembly can be quite efficient and tidy.