When it comes to baking, at least for me, it’s usually something you do on your own. It’s my escape from…….everything really! However, there’s always an exception and that’s when any of my nieces, nephews or friends’ kidlets ask me to bake with them. I just can’t say no to spending some fun time with them and helping them make some yummy treats!
This is Ric’s beautiful daughter, Kya. I have the joy of being able to hang out with her on a weekly basis and just seeing her makes my day brighter! She’s a ball of magnificent energy and her smile lights up a room, so when she asked me if we could make some cinnamon rolls together, I was all over it. We picked out a recipe together from Food.com, which took us a little bit to find, as we were looking for a recipe that didn’t call for yeast (we didn’t have any in the pantry and wasn’t able to go out & get any). Kya then took over the reigns and basically did everything from the measuring to the mixing to rolling the dough out on her own.
She wanted them to be extra tasty, so we used a little more butter and cinnamon/sugar mix than the recipe called for on the dough before rolling it up! My only job was slicing up the rolled dough and taking them out of the oven. Now, I have to admit, we probably should have used a recipe that included yeast, as these ones came out a bit dense and flat, but they were still tasty…. just look at that big smile, it’s obvious that Kya enjoyed them!