Giant Skillet Cinnamon Roll and a Fair Trade Giveaway! I'm so excited about today's post because there are so many good things to talk about! First of all, Mother's Day is just around the corner, and I've teamed up with my friends at Fair Trade USA (along with some other fabulous bloggers) for a virtual Mother's Day brunch. I developed this recipe especially for the occasion, and I have to tell you, I may never bake individual cinnamon rolls ever again.
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My favorite part of a cinnamon roll is the soft, flaky interior, and - guess what. You get more of that when you make one giant cinnamon roll! And you can slice it like cake! I really love how all those beautiful layers separate ever- so- slightly on the plate.
It's irresistible when smothered with orange- zested cream cheese glaze (I swoon!). I buy Fair Trade whenever possible, not only because the products add quality to my baking, but also because it positively impacts the lives of Fair Trade workers. There are a great number of women who work for Fair Trade companies, including moms who are working to provide better lives for their families.
This virtual brunch is our way of honoring them. And all moms, really! Fair Trade certified, means the products come from workers that are justly compensated. Below are some of the best teas, coffees and snacky foods I've ever tasted, and we're giving the whole stash away to one lucky winner! You'll get the same delicious Fair Trade cinnamon and muscovado sugar that I used in this skillet cinnamon roll.
And just take a look at this Prana embroidered scarf. So you can help me out by re- pinning my image here! Now to even more good stuff - step- by- step instructions for the skillet cinnamon roll. You'll see my process below, and I hope it will serve as a helpful guide while you make your own! The muscovado sugar really punches up the brown sugar flavor, so it's worth seeking out next time you're at the grocery store.
I can't wait to try out different versions of this skillet pastry. Maybe I'll hide some Guittard Fair Trade chocolate between the layers next time. Giant Skillet Cinnamon Roll with Orange- Cream Cheese Glaze. Stir until sugar melts and a few small bubbles appear at the edges of the pan. Remove from heat and let cool while you prepare the other elements. Dissolve yeast and 1 teaspoon sugar in very warm water (9.
Stir with the paddle attachment (or wooden spoon) until well blended. Let stand 1. 0 minutes. Beat eggs into yeast mixture. Stir in cooled milk mixture (it should be lukewarm), switch to the dough hook then add in flour a little at a time until dough is elastic.
Add melted butter and mix, then add in more flour until dough is elastic and pulls away from the sides of the mixer. Note: you may not have to use all the flour. Do not add so much flour that the dough does not stick to your hands. Set a timer and knead with the dough hook (or knead with hands on a floured surface) for 5 minutes. Place dough in a buttered bowl and turn it over to coat the entire surface. Cover with plastic wrap and let rise in a warm place 1 hour or until doubled (mine took a little longer than an hour to double). Punch down dough and turnout onto a lightly floured surface.
Knead a few times and cut into two pieces. Roll out each piece to 1. For the filling, brush the rolled dough pieces with the melted butter. Sprinkle each with half the cinnamon sugar mixture. Cut the each dough piece into 5 even strip lengthwise. Roll one strip up as if you were making a regular cinnamon roll.
When you get to the end, use another strip and continue rolling. When the dough spiral reaches about 6- inches in diameter, (3- 4 strips- worth of spiraling) place it in the center of a lightly greased 1. Continue spiraling dough strips around the middle. This is a messy job, but just embrace the mess.
It'll be well worth the end result. When all the dough has been used, cover and let rise about 4. Preheat oven to 4. Bake for 2. 5- 3. Keep a close eye on it so it doesn't over- bake! It's important that this roll gets baked long enough so it isn't doughy in the middle.
Allow the top of the roll to become deep golden brown, and then place a sheet of aluminum foil over the roll so it can bake longer without over- browning.)Whisk together glaze ingredients, adding additional milk as needed. Glaze pastry in the pan while it is still hot. Add additional orange zest if desired. Slice into pieces and serve while still warm.
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