I guess you’ve noticed by now that I’m late with everything and that I’m doing my best to patch up some Christmas ambiance this year.
This is a recipe I make often, sometimes in the longer, more homemade version, but some days (like today) I make it in the fastest one possible. Even though it isn’t really praiseworthy to use blatant shortcuts in the kitchen (especially if you have a blog and are pretending to be some kind of fancy homemaker lady hehe), realistically there are days were we all need something quick and delicious, without any pomp.
-400g pizza dough (you can make your own, it’s not difficult, but if you’re running low on time, store bought works like a charm)
-Nutella spread (per personal preference)
-100g cooking cream
-40ml maple sirup (or honey)
-Cinnamon per preference
On a floured surface, roll out your pizza dough and spread Nutella liberally, sprinkle cinnamon on the Nutella and roll the dough “salami style”.
Cut little pieces (about 15), and put them on a tray (a baking sheet underneath might be a good idea). Put it in a preheated oven (200 C).
While they’re baking, mix up the cooking cream with maple syrup and cinnamon (if you don’t have cooking cream mix milk with melted butter).
After 10 minutes of baking, pour half of the cream mixture over the rolls and put them back for another 15 minutes. When their done (golden brown), take them out, turn them over and pour the rest of the cream over them.
Let them rest for a bit and soak up the cream. They’re best served warm, but you can reheat them later on, they’re still delicious.
I usually make this when I’m having sweet cravings but I don’t feel like making anything complicated, or when we’re having guests and I want to pretend to be Martha Stewart (without the whole tax evasion thing).
I hope this serves you well and enjoy the holidays!