All Things Cinnamon......

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  1. 1andrea

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    These sound yummy, where they in the biscuits and cakes aisle?

    Stewed apple, that's a good idea especially for the winter mornings!

    Do you use cooking apples or regular apples?

    That sounds good for an indulgent treat! Might get some in for Christmas


    Think I'd end up eating the candle!!

    Andrea :o) x
     
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  3. 1andrea

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    I really need an invite then!!
     
  4. 1andrea

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    The Marks and Spencer Christmas range has thin Cinnamon biscuits for £2.00 a packet or 3 for 2 and little bags of Cinnamon iced stars for £3.00 or 3 for2.

    I haven't tried the stars yet but the thin biscuits are yummy.

    Also i seen a girl in work eating a cinnamon star biscuit from Asda but mine doesnot have them in stock yet despite two trips. Hopefully soon!

    I really need to find cinnamon bread though, I'm having major cravings!
     
  5. Mrs Doubtfire

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    Stewed apple, that's a good idea especially for the winter mornings!

    Do you use cooking apples or regular apples

    Andrea :o) x[/QUOTE]

    Usually the ones off my parent's trees - so they are a mixture of eating and cooking - the trees are really old and now they don't really use them too much. So it's good to stew some and you can always freeze some as well or use in an Eve's pudding :)
     
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    Ah, bless you, you say the nicest things :hug: Extra cinnamon rolls for you next time ;)

    It's quite a long way from Liverpool to Calne but you'd be more than welcome :rotfl:

    Exactly - I was the same.
     
  7. wayneg

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    How big is your house Joh? A DIS cinnamon roll party sounds good.:rotfl2:
     
  8. 1andrea

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    Sounds like a good idea!

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    Well, it's not a mansion Wayne but it's getting bigger every time another one of the kids moves out :rotfl2: Just got to get rid of one more and we'll have the room for that cinnamon roll party ;)
     
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    I think I just came up with a great idea for a Children in need event there:rotfl2:
     
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    I'm in :lmao:
     
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    Ikea here do Cinnamon buns, had one this afternoon, so I don't see why they wouldn't do them in the UK if you've got one near you.

    They sell them in the café and you can buy them frozen too in the food shop part :goodvibes

    ETA - They do have them

    http://www.ikea.com/ms/en_GB/ikea_food/taste_of_sweden.html
     
  13. diddldonna

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    Tesco has a cinnamon cake which a friend brought into work yesturday and eating it took me right back to Disney and i was discussing it with another friend who had also been to disney and said the same thing. Its funny how certain tastes and smells can take you right back some where.
     
  14. 1andrea

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    I will be giving them a try next time I'm passing. Hopefully they will have some seasonal cinnamon products too!
     
  15. 1andrea

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    I want, l want, I want!

    Do you know if it was an instore bakery product or just in the usual branded cakes aisle?

    I'm going to have to go hunting for this :o)
     
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    I am really not sure but they all looked like the christmas range of cakes as some were mince pie flavoured etc.
     
  17. jessicarabbituk

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    Is there any chance we can have your cinnamon roll recipe wilma-bride? I'd love to give it a try :)
     
  18. wilma-bride

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    It's not my recipe exactly and I'm more than happy to share.

    For the dough, I use the recipe for dinner rolls here

    And I also use ther cinnamon roll filling and glaze recipe here

    Like I said, I bake half straight away and put the other half, covered with cling film in the fridge (they will rise in the fridge overnight), then take out 30 minutes before baking the next morning.

    Good luck, let us know how they turn out :)
     
  19. disneyholic family

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    i was addicted to cinnamon graham crackers when i was little!!
    but they're terribly fattening, so i haven't had any in years...
     
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    Yum! I love cinnamon- will have to try out the rolls!
     
  21. oceanscape

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    Joh - would you also be so kind to share your Snickerdoodle recipe? I'd love to have a go at making these :) Thanks!
     

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