I'm pretty good at bread at this point but I rarely branch off into other types of yeasty baked goods. But yesterday for brunch I adapted King Arthur Flour’s sticky bun recipe to make no-knead cinnamon rolls. Sticky buns usually seem like overkill to me-- too much of a good thing. But I love a good cinnamon roll.
Indeed, I have many happy memories of those Pillsbury in-an-exploding-tube things from my childhood...what did I know then?
Anyway, this was a very easy recipe, they were delicious (especially paired with a little dry Prosecco), and I will definitely be making them again.
I topped them with a little improvised icing--the basic confectioner’s sugar/half and half mix, flavored using a gift from my pastry-chef sister, fiori di sicilia, a wonderful, but very potent, extract combining citrus and vanilla. For something I made up on the spot, it really worked well!