In preparation of Easter morning, I started making Grandma Erickson's cinnamon rolls. She always started by thawing a loaf of frozen bread dough and rolling it out.
I buttered a pie plate.
Then I buttered the top of the dough.
That was followed by a sprinkling of sugar. (Yes, bad on bad.)
I love cinnamon so I put a liberal dusting on top. Dale likes raisins and nuts so I added them too.
I rolled up the dough and sliced it into equal width pieces.
I left plenty of space between the rolls for them to raise again.
I refrigerated them over night and took them out 2 hours before they needed to go into the oven. They raised nice!
They baked to a beautiful golden brown.
Butter, powdered sugar and heavy whipping cream made a nice topping.
The topping melted and glazed the top of the rolls.
A delicious treat for Easter morning.