Once in a while it feels good to get your hands into rolling your own dough (over and over) and transforming it into something sweet and tasty.
Making morning buns is a fairly easy process the only challenge is the rolling and the resting periods. It’s a total of 4 hours all together when you combine the time it needs in between of resting and chilling. It’s one of those recipes that’s perfect to make when you have a lot of house work chores to catch up on. In between cleaning the floors, picking the weeds, washing baseboards, and laundry you won’t even realize how much time has passed and you’ll have these buns all wrapped up and ready to go for the morning.
You deserve a nice little treat after a long day of choring. All that hard work in rolling, waiting, and resting all pays off when the aromas of freshly baked pastries start to fill the house. Take a moment to admire your work. It’s all in the details with these buns. Observe the beautifully hand rolled golden brown layers that are now apparent.
These buns would also be great for brunches, make ahead and bring them to the cottage or even serve them for dessert 🙂