Source: Nova Scotia Kitchens

Kim’s Cinnamon Rolls

Dough in bowl

These cinnamon rolls are a holiday recipe that Kim grew up with, and continues to make for her family. The recipe makes a very large batch, perfect for sharing, and they’re flaky and delicious with a cup of tea or coffee. They’re unlike most cinnamon rolls – the dough is essentially a pie crust, so that says a lot. Kim was gracious enough to send me home with a few, and they didn’t last long at my house. They’re fairly quick to put together, and they freeze well, too.

Rolling dough

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Unbaked rolls

Cutting rolls

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Pressing rolls

Recipe card

Swivel store

One of Kim’s favourite things in her kitchen is the Swivel Store spice system. It’s available on Amazon. (Not an affiliate link; Kim just loves it!)

Shout out to Alma NB’s sticky buns!

We go through Kim’s teas in exhaustive detail. This Tetley one is a recent discovery of mine – it’s a lovely cozy no-caffeine option. We discuss coffee and tea as the rolls bake.

Kim likes Skinnytaste for finding healthy recipes.

Roll bottom

Kim’s Cinnamon Rolls

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