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Here is a fun and delicious way to make Cinnamon Rolls start the weekend of right!
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How to Make Cinnamon Rolls
Sydney: Hello welcome to Teen Kitchen Take Over. I’m Sydney.
Gabby: And I’m Gabby.
Sydney: And today we’re going to show you how to make cinnamon rolls. First you’re going to spray your counter so that you’re dough doesn’t stick and then you’re going to take your Rhodes Texas Rolls and you’re going to roll it into a rectangle.
I’ve get on rolling the dough, you’re going to want to brush the dough with melted butter like you’re painting a picture and go faster.
Okay then you take your cinnamon and brown sugar mixture and spread it around.
Gabby: Okay after you’re done here now, you want to —
Sydney: Roll it jelly roll style. And then you’re going to cutting them on this spread cookie sheet.
Gabby: You want to get plastic wrap and spray it and cover it and let it sit to rise in a couple of 20 minutes.
Sydney: And then you bake it out 350 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes and we have some here that we made earlier.
Gabby: We’re going to frost them now.
Sydney: Yeah frost them. Very good the dough would—