Cinnamon Happiness

Cinnamon boosts the rate of your metabolism, did you know that?

Yes. That’s my excuse for these. Cinnnnnnaaamoooooonnnnnnnn roooooooollllls!

My mom was at my house this weekend, and as she watched me making them, she asked, “Are you even measuring that?”

I said, “Nope. Measuring is for suckers.”

The item in question was sugar. My logic was that I needed enough sugar to “soak up” the ridiculous amount of melted butter that I had just poured all over the dough. Also, if I don’t measure, then I don’t actually know how unhealthy they really are.

I’m 100% positive that the cinnamon in there boosted my metabolism enough to make up for eating one, measly little roll.

Okay, fine. Two.

All right! Four. Are you happy now?

I know I am.

World Peace & Cinnamon Rolls,

Sumiko

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  1. Michelle Riddle

     /  November 7, 2011

    I want some!

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