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Old 09-20-2007, 02:27 PM   #1
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EASY Dutch Oven Cinnamon Rolls:

Buy frozen cinnamon rolls (I used Rhodes' brand). Lightly spray dutch oven with vegetable spray, place frozen rolls in DO before you go to bed at night, and place the lid on the oven. The rolls should be thawed and risen perfectly by morning. Place appropriate number of coals on bottom for your size DO, and a full ring of coals on the lid.

Here's what mine looked like after baking:


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The frozen rolls had a cream cheese frosting that could be spread on top after baking. They sure are a nice treat for breakfast while camping!

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Old 09-20-2007, 05:19 PM   #2
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EASY Dutch Oven Cinnamon Rolls:

Buy frozen cinnamon rolls (I used Rhodes' brand). Lightly spray dutch oven with vegetable spray, place frozen rolls in DO before you go to bed at night, and place the lid on the oven. The rolls should be thawed and risen perfectly by morning. Place appropriate number of coals on bottom for your size DO, and a full ring of coals on the lid.

Here's what mine looked like after baking:


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The frozen rolls had a cream cheese frosting that could be spread on top after baking. They sure are a nice treat for breakfast while camping!

Adonna
We have a website RULE, I get the center cut roll.
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Old 09-20-2007, 06:14 PM   #3
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I hereby attest that Lori Sanders makes the best dutch oven cinnamon rolls (I've even had the honor of eating the center cut roll, thanks Lori).
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I hereby attest that Lori Sanders makes the best dutch oven cinnamon rolls (I've even had the honor of eating the center cut roll, thanks Lori).
I thought center cut roll belonged to Mike---What you do Morgan.Sneak in back door
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I thought center cut roll belonged to Mike---What you do Morgan.Sneak in back door
Mike was right there, but Lori let me have the center cut. He didn't say a word.

He doesn't often disagree with Lori.
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So what your saying is that the women in your life is the boss
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EASY Dutch Oven Cinnamon Rolls:

Buy frozen cinnamon rolls (I used Rhodes' brand). Lightly spray dutch oven with vegetable spray, place frozen rolls in DO before you go to bed at night, and place the lid on the oven. The rolls should be thawed and risen perfectly by morning. Place appropriate number of coals on bottom for your size DO, and a full ring of coals on the lid.

Here's what mine looked like after baking:


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The frozen rolls had a cream cheese frosting that could be spread on top after baking. They sure are a nice treat for breakfast while camping!

Adonna
Hi Adonna,

Thanks for posting your recipe. My hats off to anyone cooking cinnamon rolls on camp-outs. Where do I need to go to get my cinnamon roll?
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Where do I need to go to get my cinnamon roll?
The NOG next month perhaps?
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I make a very similar recipe at home. I haven't tried it in a Dutch oven, but I think I will. The icing is in the pan so when it's turned out it's ready to eat. The recipe starts with 3/4 cup chopped pecans placed in first, then 18 frozen yeast dinner rolls. This is topped with a mixture of 1/2 cup melted butter, 1/2 cup brown sugar, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, & 1 package vanilla pudding mix (not instant). It is covered and allowed to rise overnight. Then baked for 30 minutes and served.

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The recipe starts with 3/4 cup chopped pecan, then is topped with a mixture of 1/2 cup melted butter, 1/2 cup brown sugar, 1 teaspoon cinnamon....
That sounds good! Heck, sawdust or dryer lint in the middle would be fine with me...
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I make a very similar recipe at home. I haven't tried it in a Dutch oven, but I think I will. The icing is in the pan so when it's turned out it's ready to eat. The recipe starts with 3/4 cup chopped pecans placed in first, then 18 frozen yeast dinner rolls. This is topped with a mixture of 1/2 cup melted butter, 1/2 cup brown sugar, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, & 1 package vanilla pudding mix (not instant). It is covered and allowed to rise overnight. Then baked for 30 minutes and served.

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We have cooked your roll recipe at least 6 times. Once for a professional cook. His reaction was, "These are the best cinnamon rolls I have ever tasted". He wanted and got your recipe . I thanked you once and I thank you again. There the GREATEST.
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The NOG next month perhaps?
How did you KNOW that I'm making cinnamon rolls at NOG next month? I have a feeling that I'll have a few new best friends when I do! Mike, I'll save one for you!

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I hereby attest that Lori Sanders makes the best dutch oven cinnamon rolls (I've even had the honor of eating the center cut roll, thanks Lori).

I have heard about Lori's cinnamon rolls, and got the recipe from her, so I do plan to make them!
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How did you KNOW that I'm making cinnamon rolls at NOG next month?
That's why I answered with a question mark.... gotta quit drooling tho...
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So what your saying is that the women in your life is the boss
No! She's not the boss. I do anything I want (as long as she says it's ok....or doesn't find out.) ::skulks out to the trailer::
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How did you KNOW that I'm making cinnamon rolls at NOG next month? I have a feeling that I'll have a few new best friends when I do! Mike, I'll save one for you!
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Well, if Adonna is making cinnamon rolls for the NOG, I'll bring my drip coffee earn, some coffee, half-and-half, and sugar. This will go well with the rolls.

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I make a very similar recipe at home. I haven't tried it in a Dutch oven, but I think I will. The icing is in the pan so when it's turned out it's ready to eat. The recipe starts with 3/4 cup chopped pecans placed in first, then 18 frozen yeast dinner rolls. This is topped with a mixture of 1/2 cup melted butter, 1/2 cup brown sugar, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, & 1 package vanilla pudding mix (not instant). It is covered and allowed to rise overnight. Then baked for 30 minutes and served.

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Have to tell you , Tom. Baked these buns again last week end. I was able to get one myself this time. Almost lost an arm in the process. These things are almost world famous. Thanks. AL POGUE.
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I am salivating here for this rolls.

About how long did they take in the dutch oven over charcoal?

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EASY Dutch Oven Cinnamon Rolls:

Buy frozen cinnamon rolls (I used Rhodes' brand). Lightly spray dutch oven with vegetable spray, place frozen rolls in DO before you go to bed at night, and place the lid on the oven. The rolls should be thawed and risen perfectly by morning. Place appropriate number of coals on bottom for your size DO, and a full ring of coals on the lid.

The frozen rolls had a cream cheese frosting that could be spread on top after baking. They sure are a nice treat for breakfast while camping!

Adonna
so you put the entire DO in the fire and bury it with coals? for how long? my mouth is watering BTW.
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