Hey Everyone, Last weekend Mrs. Engineer mentioned to me that I was making cinnamon rolls for her to take to work this week. To this I promptly responded awesome, I have been wanting some of those anyway. I made two different batches of this, One is Wheat and the other is white. Here we go.... Started with fresh yeast. Threw the yeast in some milk at ~ 105° and let it bloom This is the whole wheat version of my recipe (love whole wheat, besides, doesn't that make it healthy? ) Here is the white version. Since I'm making a mess of the kitchen I might as well really trash the place! Cinnamon that I am using. It's good stuff. Let the dough rise. One thing I do to help with this is to put it in the oven. I put a pan of boiling water on the bottom rack and this provides a warm and moist environment that the yeast loves. I also use this for the wheat bread. It is funny, I put this vital wheat gluten in the wheat batch and didn't in the white batch. The wheat batch actually raised more than the white so this stuff really works. After raising... Rolled it out... Smear it with Butter and dump on the brown sugar and a bunch of cinnamon... Rolled it up Cut into slices and arranged in a pan Wheat Rolls White Rolls Made some cream cheese frosting to go on top Before the oven Wheat Before the oven white Outta the oven Wheat Outta the oven White Coat them with frosting. Mrs. Engineer's co-workers are gonna love her! She is pretty awesome.