Bread Dough Options



What to do when you have a bunch of bread dough…  Well there are rolls, bread sticks, cinnamon buns….  The possibilities truly are endless.  I am going to show you a couple of my favorites here today.

Mini loaf rolls:  I love this pan, it is fun for quick breads and muffins as well as yeast breads.  The method is simple.  Roll out your dough into a long string.  Cut in half then in half again.
Bread Dough Options

Gently place the dough into the lightly greased loaf indents.  Spray with oil and top with plastic cling wrap.
Bread Dough Options

When they have risen enough very lightly brush on one slightly whipped egg with a tiny bit of water.  I like to sprinkle on a little oat bran or sesame seeds at this point.


Bake and eat!


The other thing my family loves are cinnamon pull-a-parts.  I have heard this called monkey bread, sticky gobs, and a number of other things.
monkey bread

So I mix about 1 cup brown sugar, 1/4 cup cream, 1 tsp cinnamon, and 1/2 stick of butter in a pan to start. (optional nuts, coconut, etc.)
Bread Dough Options

Then the kids help me roll out the dough into 1/2 inch balls that we place on top of the brown sugar mixture, rolling them around a bit to get them covered in the sugary goodness.  We let it rise once more and then bake.


I have learned that if you are going to use a square pan do not make more than 2 very loose layers of the middle will never cook.  If you want one taller this method can easily be transferred to a bunt pan.

Lastly, do not be afraid to mix up your flavors!  Here is a batch of wheat and batch rye dough I made into a loaf of marbled rye.  (The darkness of the rye can only be achieved with some kitchen Bouquet or cocoa powder)
Marble rye bread

Mix it up and get creative!  Show us some of your bread masterpieces, please share below.

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