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My family has a tradition of eating cinnamon rolls for breakfast on Christmas morning. To keep that tradition alive, I found a recipe on the package of Bob's Red Mill pizza dough mix. I already tried the recipe out and they were a big hit with my family. My question is, could I make the dough the night before and refrigerate it until the next morning? At what point should I leave the dough - as a mob of dough, rolled up, or cut into the individual cinnamon rolls? I do not have much experience with baking.

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You can cut them, place them in the pan and refridgerate them over night then bake in the morning. I've done it no problem.

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Me too, no problems! Done this with Paula Deen's Ultimate Coffee Cake recipe too... Another MUST try recipe!!

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Me too, no problems! Done this with Paula Deen's Ultimate Coffee Cake recipe too... Another MUST try recipe!!

I's always afraid of Paula Deen's recipes :rolleyes:

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What about pizza crust? Can it be made ahead of time?

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One more question, can the icing be made ahead of time? I did not make icing the first time I made the cinnamon rolls.

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One more question, can the icing be made ahead of time? I did not make icing the first time I made the cinnamon rolls.

Yes, you just might need to reheat it for easier spreading. Or put a dollop of it cold on the rolls and pop them back into the oven for a min.

I'm making my cinnamon roll topped apple pie again!! Can't wait!!!

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Yes, you just might need to reheat it for easier spreading. Or put a dollop of it cold on the rolls and pop them back into the oven for a min.

I'm making my cinnamon roll topped apple pie again!! Can't wait!!!

Ooh, can you share that recipe. It sounds yummy!

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