Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Cinnamon Roll Pulls & Dryer Sheet Substitues

So if that's not a random title I don't know what is.
First I told you of my love for all things Pinterest.
So when I found this Yumminess, I knew I had to indulge I mean make it for my family.

So here is how my turned out.
Cinnamon Roll Pulls

The original recipe is found here.

What you need.

1 Round Sour Dough Bread (Found in your local store bakery)

1/2 Cup Butter (Softened)
1/4 Cup Powdered Sugar
1/4 Cup Honey
Dash of vanilla

1/2 Cup Cinnamon
1 1/2 tsp Cinnamon

1 1/2 Cup Powdered sugar
1-2 Tablespoon of Milk

First Make Honey Vanilla Butter. Whip up Butter and Powdered Sugar together, and mix in honey and vanilla. Set aside.

Next Cut the bread long ways but not all the way thru to the bottom, about 1/2 inch between each one.
Take your Butter you made and butter between each slice.
Then rotate around 90 degrees and cut again, but not all the way thru.
Now put your butter in between all those slices.

Perfection is not a must just make sure you get it all over :)

Then take your cinnamon and sugar and generously spread in between the slices. You may have a little extra.

Wrap up in foil and bake for 25-30 minutes (until warm all the way thru) at 350 degrees.

As soon as you pull it out take your frosting mixture the powdered sugar and milk combo and drizzle over the bread. Put on serving plate.Serve while warm!


So along time ago I read somewhere a book, a magazine, yup I don't remember about reusable dryer sheets. To say I was skeptical is an understatement.

Well I have used it for over a year and I love it!

So here is the method I use.

Get one of those Lemonade Plastic Jugs (Think $ store people).
Some Sponges. I have like 6-8 (I think)

A bottle of fabric softener.

Take your fabric softener and pour into Lemonade rubber maid container,add equal part water.
Place your sponges in the mixture in the Lemonade Plastic Jug.

Each time you throw your clothes in the dryer throw in one of the sponges (squeeze out first).

This will last you 2x as long if not more.

Let me know if you try either of these!!!

1 comment:

dunlizzie said...

I def think I will have to try that bread recipe! It would save so much time and it looks so good. Thanks for sharing.

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