Yield: Makes 12 rolls
Tiny dried currants and a sprinkle of crunchy pecans give these classic cinnamon rolls a little upgrade.
Make Ahead Tips
The rolls may be shaped 1 day ahead. After arranging them in the baking dish, cover and refrigerate them before letting them rise. When ready to bake, let rise as described above; because they are cold, they will take an extra hour or so.
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I attempted making these again and the initial rising took closer to 4 hours but they did rise. They were delicious! I will make them again for sure.
My rolls did not rise as well but they were tasty anyways. I did some research and I think I will try it again but use rapid rise yeast instead of active dry, I think if you use active dry you need to activate it in water first instead of throwing it into the mix which I didn't do because the instructions didn't say to.
Should have been good, but my dough did not rise.
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