Homemade Cinnamon Bread To Make With Your Kids

Cinnamon bread is one of my favorite comfort foods. My kitchen helper has followed in my footsteps by loving all things  cinnamon, so it’s not surprising that homemade cinnamon bread would be on our list of baking adventures. True confession, while in graduate school I would reward myself for good grades with cinnamon bread, who does that? Anyways, it explains a lot for weight gain during that phase of my life, but it didn’t end my love for cinnamon bread.

Finding a recipe that I can create at home along with my kitchen helper is pretty exciting. Baking bread in general can be daunting and is a skill I’m still mastering. My recommendation for you is to get organized before you start the first step. Pre-measure all your ingredients, as I have done here in the first image. Your kitchen helper will love to pour and mix ingredients for each step and having ingredients pre-measure will streamline the overall process. I also had great success when I pre-heated my oven to 200 degrees and then turned off the heat. Once my dough was ready for the first proofing, the oven was the ideal dark and warm spot for the dough to double in size.

There are so many opportunities for your kitchen helper to get involved. If they are preschool age and older, the rolling of the bread dough might be something new and fun for them to try. Of course sprinkling cinnamon and sugar filling will be everyones favorite task. So all these years after graduate school I have finally found a recipe to continue a new family tradition, I might even add a little more cinnamon along the way.

What is your favorite bread to make? Leave a comment below

Recipe Source: Sally’s Baking Addiction

Homemade Cinnamon Bread To Make With Your Kids
Homemade Cinnamon Bread To Make With Your Kids
Homemade Cinnamon Bread To Make With Your Kids
Homemade Cinnamon Bread To Make With Your Kids
homemade cinnamon bread to make with kids

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