This delicious orange version of classic cinnamon rolls can make every day a perfect holiday while served warm on the breakfast table, with the extra gooeyness of buttery glaze.
(For the Dough)
●All-purpose flour, 4 cups, more for dusting
●Large eggs, 4
●Unsalted butter at room temperature, 10 tablespoons,
●Whole milk, 2/3 cup
●Finely grated orange zest, 1 tablespoon
●Granulated sugar, ¼ cup
●Standard or instant yeast, 2½ teaspoons
●Warm water to soften the yeast, 2 tablespoons
●Vegetable oil, 1 teaspoon
●Salt, 1½ teaspoons
(For the Filling)
●Unsalted butter, 4 tablespoons
●Granulated sugar, 1/2-3/4 cup
●Finely grated orange zest, 2 tablespoons
●Cinnamon powder, 1 teaspoon
●Salt, a pinch
(For the Glaze)
●Unsalted butter, 1 tablespoon
●Lemon juice, 1 tablespoon
●Freshly squeezed orange juice, 3 tablespoons
●Confectioners’ sugar, 2 cups
●Salt, a pinch
●Warm the milk for about 30 seconds. Add the eggs and beat until well combined.
●Mix the orange zest and sugar in a small bowl and add it to the milk mixture and set aside.
●Combine the dry ingredients in a bowl and mix until combined. Add the milk mixture along with the softened yeast to the bowl and mix well.
●Add butter to the mixture while keeping the mixing on. Next, shape the sticky mixture into a dough ball.
●Cover the mixing bowl with plastic wrap and set it aside anywhere warm for 20 minutes.
●Uncover and, with your fingers, gently stretch and fold the dough into the bowl. Repeat 5-6 times. Cover it again and let it rest for another 20 minutes.
●Knead the dough again 5-6 times and then scrape it into an oiled bowl. Form it into a ball, cover it with plastic wrap, and refrigerate overnight.
●Next morning, let the dough rest for 45-60 minutes at room temperature.
●Meanwhile, mix all the filling ingredients in a small bowl and mix well.
(Assembling and Baking)
●Butter the pan and place parchment paper into it.
●Dust the second piece of parchment paper with flour. Turn the warmed dough onto the paper and gently roll it into a rectangular shape of the same size.
●Spread the filling evenly over the dough. Lift the parchment paper and carefully roll the dough to form a cylinder.
●Cut the dough into 12 even roll pieces and gently transfer the rolls into the pan.
●Cover the pan loosely with plastic wrap and keep aside for 45-60 minutes. The pieces will rise almost double in size.
●Preheat the oven to 350F. Add all the glaze ingredients to a medium bowl and whisk until pourable.
●Bake the rolls in the preheated oven for 33-35 minutes until golden brown.
(The Final Touch)
●After taking the pan out, paint half the glaze over the rolls. Let it sit for 10-15 minutes.
●Lift the rolls onto a cooling rack and paint them with the remaining glaze. Cut or pull apart individual pieces, and enjoy!
Halloween is always a great time for the family, with chills, thrills, and lots of sweet surprises. But don’t get surprised if you spot plenty of Harley Quinns and witches knocking on doors, as these two costumes are presently holding the top spots this year in Google searches.
The Ellie Sparkles Show, which streams on YouTube Kids and YouTube, recently compiled a list after surveying the top popular ideas for Halloween costumes in 2022. As per their data, Marvel’s Venom, Wednesday Addams, and dinosaur have all featured in the top five spots alongside witches and Harley Quinn. Other traditional favorites like pirate, vampire, ghost, and Spiderman predictably made it to the top 20 list.
Thanks to the new Netflix series directed by the master of horror comedy Tim Burton, Wednesday Addams is raging in Halloween costume themes this year. On the contrary, Hocus Pocus 2 didn’t crack the list, despite being everywhere since its September 30 release. But that doesn’t mean you won’t spot a Sarah Sanderson at your Halloween party. According to The Ellie Sparkles Show team, searches for Sarah Sanderson have spiked up to 1300% over the last 3 months. Clearly, the screen is influencing Halloween costume ideas.
Halloween is a pretty important family holiday, especially for the little ones. Parents generally come up with a budget to spend on Halloween costumes for their kids and families. The survey also looked into the amounts spent by parents on Halloween costumes. According to the data compiled by surveying 1000 parents, the average spending on each child is $39.84 per year. But a few places go way over. Parents in D.C. take the top spot in spending on Halloween costumes, with an average of $59.15 each year. With average yearly budgets of $58.17, $56.62, $54.38, and $51.16, respectively Nebraska, New Jersey, Washington, and Nevada round up the rest of the top five positions.