Mega Cinnamon Buns

Cracking Crust

cinnamon buns

These are the easiest treats you will ever bake and once you’ve done them you’ll keep going back again and again.  The dough isn’t too difficult to handle.  There isn’t anything particularly exotic in the ingredients list and start to finish they take less than 4 hours.  What more could you want from something that looks and tastes as amazing as these do?  A word of warning though; if you or anyone in your household is on a diet, walk away now for your/their sake.  You don’t exactly scrimp on the sugar and butter for these!

The dough we’ll make is a versatile beauty that would work well for almost any sweet bready things.  I’m sure you could find a thousand different alternatives to what I’m just about to explain, but this is what works for me.  I enrich my standard bread dough by swapping my liquid from plain old…

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Banana Walnut Bread

Temperature: 170-180o
Baking time: 40-45 Minutes

200g all purpose flour
1 teaspoon Baking Soda
¼ teaspoon Salt

½ cup (100g) Butter
1 cup (225g) Castor Sugar

2 No Eggs
2 Tablespoon Butter Milk

3-4 No Banana
½ cup Toasted Walnuts
1 teaspoon Sugar Colored Trickle (Initial state of caramel) (Don’t use for banana cake)

Vanilla Frosting
2 packets Heavy Cream
6 No Egg yolks
1 Tablespoon Corn flour
1 teaspoon Vanilla Essence
50g Icing Sugar

Supreme Cheesy Garlic Bread


200g Mozzarella or Cheddar Cheese – crushed
A handful of chopped mint
French Bread (as per need)

Garlic Butter

200g salted Butter
3 cloves Garlic – Fine chopped
½ Teaspoon Paprika Powder
2 Tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
2 Teaspoon Mix Herbs or Oregano


  1. Mix all ingredients and prepare a paste. Refrigerate the paste for half an hour.
  2. Pre-heat the over and set the temperate at 120 degree.
  3. Put the bread in oven for a minute or so to make it slightly warm and crispy.
  4. Take the bread out and spread the prepared material on it.
  5. Spread the mint on the bread.
  6. Spread the cheese on the bread.
  7. Bake the bread for 3-4 minutes at 200 degree or until the bread is crispy.
    (Note: While the bread is in oven, it will remain soft. Let it be cool for a while and it will gain its crisp)