This one has no video to go along with it, but it is super simple and too good not to share.
If you saw our post about cinnamon rolls and thought, "I'd like to try that, but it seems to hard and takes too much time," then this one is for you!
These cinnamon rolls do not call for yeast and, therefore, take just a fraction of the time to make. They are also a good deal simpler to make. So if you want to ease into baking, this might be a good one for you!
Confession time, cinnamon rolls are one of my all-time favorite things on the planet. There are not many ways I would rather start my day that with a large, warm, freshly made cinnamon roll and a cup of coffee. (Insert happy, relaxed emoji.)
So this time on Cooking with Kids, my daughters and I try our hand at making homemade cinnamon rolls! This one is a little more challenging (only a little) and slightly more time-consuming, but really is a lot of fun and so yummy.
If you want to follow along and make these at home, you will need
- brown sugar
- mashed potatoes
- powdered sugar.
Cooking with Kids - the first ever video!
In this first attempt at Cooking with Kids, my two daughters and I make homemade egg noodles using simple, everyday ingredients. While cooking noodles may seem like an easy task, cooking with kids is never as easy as you think it will be.
In this video we use a pasta maker to roll out and cut the noodles. If you do not have a pasta maker I highly suggest you get one. It is one of my all time favorite kitchen gadgets and I use it all the time. If you do not have one, however, and still want to give this a try you can always roll the pasta out with a rolling pin and cut them with a knife. You just want to make sure that you get them rolled and cut as evenly as possible so that they cook evenly.
Whether you choose to try and make these with us or just watch the video, we truly hope you enjoy it!