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Cinnamon Rolls With Whipped Cream Cheese Frosting

Cinnamon Rolls With Whipped Cream Cheese Frosting
Happy Friday everyone! Sorry for my lengthy post-valentines day hiatus. The third trimester has made me a little slow in the kitchen and I've had my hands full with family. Like my mother, who was in town last week and thinks a day at the spa is a better use of my time than baking (hey, I'm not going to argue). Then we had Mr. Humble's laptop crashing and needing to be resurrected after the latest Windows 7 service pack, something that makes the Mac user in me smirk with smug hipster superiority. Mr. Of course, once I actually got my wish for a pan of delicious freshly made cinnamon rolls, I spent more time eating them than photographing them. Photographing food while pregnant is hard! So let's get down to the how-to. You will find that this recipe is far simpler than the sourdough cinnamon rolls found on NSHP. Alright, I'm going to let my resident dough-maker and crazy pregnant woman care-taker commandeer the laptop and give you the run down for this dough. Over to you Mr. Mr. (Ms. Ms.

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