Thanksgiving Weekend Cinnamon Rolls

What do cinnamon rolls have to do with Thanksgiving?  Not much, apparently.  But if you’re hosting a post-feast brunch this weekend, what could be better to serve than cinnamon rolls?

That’s what we’re doing on Sunday.  My parents, Moe’s mom and sister, and a few other assorted friends and relatives are gathering at our place for cinnamon rolls, coffee and fruit salad before we say goodbye.  So I threw together this little video on how to make cinnamon rolls at home.  It couldn’t be easier — a simple yeast dough slathered in butter and sugar, rolled up, sliced and baked to cinnamon-y deliciousness.

After turkey with all the fixings and pumpkin pie… why not?

PS — Moe did the camera work this time, for the first time. Didn’t he do a mighty fine job?

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7 Responses to Thanksgiving Weekend Cinnamon Rolls

  1. Herodia says:

    I’m totally making these in the morning! Thanks for the recipe and Happy Thanksgiving!!

  2. These look delicious! I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!

  3. Chef Chuck says:

    Hello Miri, Moe did a wonderful job filming!
    Those rolls must have been delish…
    Enjoy :)

  4. JAY GOLDFARB says:

    I always find your site interesting. I am awaiting the results of Dec.It should be interesting especially the Asian portion. Have fun and be safe

    • miri says:

      Hi Jay! Yes, we’re off to Asia on Saturday and can’t wait. I will be posting about the food and the beaches and everything else we encounter along the way!

  5. Wendys Hat says:

    Oh cinnamon rolls are my favorite and making them is so much fun! I’ve been dying to do this for a month now. Thanks for the push!

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