Freezing cinnamon roll dough, sloppy joe meat, zucchini and more
Dear Sara: I found a recipe for mixing cinnamon roll dough in the bread maker. Can I make a bunch of cinnamon rolls this way and freeze them? If so, do I freeze them before I bake them, or after? — F.S., Nebraska
Dear F.S.: You can freeze the dough or the baked rolls. I like to freeze the dough before the second rise. When I’m ready to make them, I thaw them in the fridge, bring them out to rise and then bake them. If you prefer freezing them already baked, you can freeze them frosted or unfrosted. If you freeze them unfrosted, simply bake them and frost them when they’re still warm.
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