Since making pizza dough, I've been wanting to use yeast again! I love the rising process, even if it takes hours sometimes!
While thinking about what I could make with yeast recently, I remembered seeing an interesting recipe on an awesome blog that looked awful tasty! What a perfect recipe for my second time using yeast. The first time was a success, so I could only hope the second would be too.
Flour, sugar, yeast and salt.
Eggs - whisked!
Melted butter, milk, water and vanilla.
The beginning of the rising process.
The recipe told me to do this - I promise!
Okay...it told me do do something like this. :)
Waiting for it to rise a little more.
The rolled out dough with melted butter mixture!
The dough with the sugar/cinnamon mixture on top.
Yes, it looks like a lot - that's what the original recipe says too,
but it's not overly sugary when it's all done!
Cut into squares and waiting to rise once again.
(The waiting it soooo worth it - promise.)
Halfway through baking.
So...was it a success?
Oh yeah. Absolutly! 100% Success.
SO successful that it was way too hard to stop eating it and it didn't last very long!