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Petal Roll

I love Petal Roll. It’s a family tradition to have Petal Roll on Christmas morning. When I started my own family, I made Petal Roll too. It’s so delicious! Last year was the first year that I didn’t make Petal Roll. I was very pregnant and trying to take it easy. It felt weird not to have it but it was nice to take it easy Christmas morning instead.

I decided to make it early to show you how delicious it looks and hope to give you an idea for a new tradition or just a great breakfast idea whether it’s for Christmas or any other time. It is soooo good, that I have been snacking on it the last few days. It hits the spot and is so melt in your mouth delicious! You seriously have to try it!

Lion House Roll Recipe
1/2-3/4 cups Sugar
1/4 cup Brown Sugar
2 tsp Cinnamon
1/2 a stick of melted Butter
(You will most likely need to double.)

Follow the directions of the Lion House Roll Recipe through the first rise.
While the dough is rising, foil two cookie sheets.
Preheat oven to 350*
After the first rise, grab golfball sized chunks and roll into snakes.
Make as many snakes as you want/can.
Take a snake and dip in butter and then cover with the cinnamon sugar mixture.
Shake off extra sugar.
Starting in the middle of the pan, curl the snake around itself.
Continue dipper snakes in butter and cinnamon sugar mixture until dough is all gone.
Let rise another 45 min to an hour.
Bake for about 20 minutes or until golden brown.

Makes 2, 9×13 cookie pans of Petal Roll.

Note: If you only want one, which is what I do, then make enough snakes to fill one 9×13 pan and ball the remaining down and freeze for later.



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