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  • I am late for this for Christmas morning but who says I can’t have it for a off Christmas weekend! Can’t wait! Looks amazing.

    December 31, 2013
    • Thanks Pamela,

      I say…make it Christmas morning any day with this one. ;) Have a happy new year!

      December 31, 2013
  • This is a beautiful idea! Looks complicated, but you make it sound easy enough that I am going to have to try this!

    December 24, 2013
    • Hi Kathy,

      It really isn’t complicated. The hardest part is figuring out how big to cut the tree shape.

      To help you out here’s a couple of tips: Once you have your tree shape decided and cut out you need to figure out how wide to make the “trunk.” I pre-marked mine (lightly) with the blade of my knife. That will give you a line to cut the branches in to. I also used a sharp edged knife. Don’t use a serrated knife or you’ll drive yourself bonkers (it will shred the dough and and really stick). Don’t let the springyness of the dough frustrate you when your twisting the branches. Just keep twisting up the rest of the branches…you can always go back to a “pre-twisted” branch and work it a little bit more. Oh, and if you’re really worried about the branches coming apart from each other you can gently rest the ends of the branches against each other. When it bakes, they’ll come together just fine.

      Your tree will look great and taste even better! MERRY CHRISTMAS!

      December 24, 2013
  • Love the line about adults taking a hundred pictures. Love the idea of making extra glaze for dunking even more. Merry Christmas indeed!

    December 23, 2013
    • Thanks Sarah!

      I hope you have a Merry Christmas as well. Happy dunking. :)

      December 23, 2013
  • that makes such a pretty presentation for breakfast!

    December 22, 2013
    • Thanks Dina,

      I’m pretty sure something like this on the table could even holds its own after opening all the presents too. ;) ENJOY!

      December 22, 2013
  • Bert R. Burton

    These deliciously fluffy rolls were a hit at my house. I did half the batch cinnamon the other half mccormicks chai spice blend and both were mouthwateringly delicous. If your a fan of chai this may become a new favorite…it did for me.

    December 22, 2013
  • Great recipe. Can i make it the night before and then put it in the oven christmas morning?

    December 22, 2013
    • Hi Brigitte, thank you. You’ve asked a GREAT question.

      The answer is yes you can. Cover the shaped dough tightly and refrigerate up to 24 hours. When you’re ready to bake, remove from the refrigerator, partially unwrap and let rise until doubled. Then bake according to directions. Basically you’re going to do that second rise (the one that takes about 40 minutes after you’ve made your shape) and do it after the refrigerator. So pop the dough into the fridge as soon as your done shaping your tree. (It may take a bit longer than 40 minutes to rise since the dough will be cold…prob around 60 minutes).

      December 22, 2013
  • Pam, this is so classy for Christmas morning. I think I might give this a try. We all love cinnamon rolls.

    December 21, 2013
    • Thanks Maureen. :)

      You know me…classy (LOL). If you love cinnamon rolls, you’re gonna love this. It’s so much fun to eat by pulling off the branches. ENJOY!

      December 21, 2013
  • Mom

    Nice to see a fancy Cinnamon Roll Christmas tree. My Mother use to make it with the regular rolls and I did to a few times. Mainly I would make the cinnamon rolls for the holidays. As children we had them weekly on Sunday. It was a great German Breakfast roll.

    December 21, 2013
    • Ummmmm…and why didn’t WE get this magical German breakfast roll? I mean c’mon…Cheerios?

      December 21, 2013
  • Can I head to your house for Christmas this year? I’m craving cinnamon rolls!

    December 21, 2013
    • Please do Christina! :)

      December 21, 2013
  • These are definitely one of the top five in all of the season’s baking awesomeness!

    December 20, 2013
    • Thanks Nancy! They’re so good…and you can even eat the scraps. :) So even if you’re giving this as a present, you can roll up the scraps into regular cinnamon rolls and bake them up for the people at home. No one gets left out.

      December 20, 2013

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