By Sarah GolliverApple cinnamon bread is a staple of American Thanksgiving dinners and the tradition is still alive and well in many American households.
The loaf is a traditional and delicious dessert that is made from flour, cinnamon, butter, and sugar, and can be served with mashed potatoes, gravy, or mashed potatoes and gravy.
This recipe calls for the butter to be butter.
Butter is not a traditional butter and, if you’re unfamiliar with how to use it, here are the steps: butter will not make a good icing for cinnamon bread, but butter can be used for icing and it’s not too heavy.
The dough can be made in advance and then refrigerated.
For the dough, the dough will be made into a loose, thin, flat loaf.
The butter will be kept in the refrigerator, but the flour will be used in the dough to make the dough thicker.
At the same time, the sugar will be removed from the dough and kept for the dough.
When the dough is chilled, it will rise up to room temperature.
The first step is to make a dough, then to knead the dough with the mixer until it forms a rough, round dough.
Then, with a spatula, divide the dough into four equal pieces and shape each into a circle.
(See how that looks?)
You can cut each piece into smaller pieces as you knead it, then cut each one into two smaller pieces.
You can also add pieces to the dough as you like, but make sure they are even.
You can then roll out the dough in the same way.
Once you have the dough rolled out, you can put the dough on a lightly floured surface.
You will want to make sure that the dough stays in place when you roll it out.
Next, place the dough onto a lightly greased or parchment paper.
This is important, because the dough has a tendency to spread when you’re rolling it out, so you want to ensure that there is no air pockets that are going to cause it to stretch.
Place the dough dough on the parchment paper, then roll it around the paper to make even slices.
You should be able to make approximately 4-6 inches of each side.
Roll the dough out with a rolling pin, and then press down with your fingers.
Press the dough down to about 1/4-inch thickness.
You want to leave a bit of dough on each side, but not so much that you’re stretching it.
Now you will be able roll out your apple cinnamon dough.
When you’re done, flip the dough over and roll it again.
Again, press down to form a circle with the edges touching, then repeat until you have rolled your dough into a perfectly round loaf.
You should be left with about 4-5 inches of the dough that’s still attached to the parchment.
Then, place a second piece of dough into each circle and press down hard with your finger.
Make sure that each piece of the apple cinnamon sandwich has a hole.
Continue rolling the dough until it’s finished rolling out and then place the apple and the bread in a greased baking dish.
Fill the dish with the batter.
Bake at 350 degrees for 30-45 minutes, or until golden brown.
Remove from the oven and let cool on a wire rack for 15 minutes.
After the bread is cooled, cut each slice into quarters.
Dip each quarter into the batter and place in the fridge to harden.
Heat the butter in a large saucepan and add the cinnamon sticks.
While the butter is heating up, remove each cinnamon stick from the pan.
Mix the butter and cinnamon sticks with the remaining butter.
You don’t need to stir them very often, but keep an eye on them.
Cook the cinnamon stick halves over medium-high heat until golden, about 1-2 minutes.
Serve warm with mashed potato gravy, mashed potatoes with gravy, and mashed potatoes in gravy.
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