Strawberry Rolls with Cream Cheese Frosting

Made with a simple cinnamon roll dough, filled with sweet strawberry jam, and topped with tangy cream cheese frosting, these strawberry rolls are about to be your new favorite breakfast treat! This post contains affiliate links. Is there anything better than waking up to freshly baked sweet rolls on a weekend morning? School starts up …

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Made with a simple cinnamon roll dough, filled with sweet strawberry jam, and topped with tangy cream cheese frosting, these strawberry rolls are about to be your new favorite breakfast treat!

Strawberry roll topped with cream cheese frosting set on a white plate, with coffee and fresh strawberries in the background.

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Is there anything better than waking up to freshly baked sweet rolls on a weekend morning?

School starts up again soon and even though I’m not sure I’m totally ready for summer to be over, I figured we could celebrate Elle’s last weekend of the summer with a special breakfast.

And let me tell you, these strawberry rolls with cream cheese frosting are just the way to do that.

The best part for me is that I can prep them the night before and pop them in the oven the next morning before everyone else wakes up. A yummy, special breakfast for my girl and I still get to sleep in a bit.

I call that a win-win.

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Homemade Doughnuts

Does your family love fluffy yeast doughnuts on a weekend morning? Make these Homemade Doughnuts and surprise them all with the freshest glazed doughnuts and doughnut holes. This post contains affiliate links. Believe it or not, I used to be totally intimidated by working with yeast. So there was a time when making homemade bread, …

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Does your family love fluffy yeast doughnuts on a weekend morning? Make these Homemade Doughnuts and surprise them all with the freshest glazed doughnuts and doughnut holes.

Homemade doughnuts surrounding a cup of coffee, with one of the doughnuts resting against the side of the coffee cup.

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Believe it or not, I used to be totally intimidated by working with yeast. So there was a time when making homemade bread, much less homemade doughnuts, would never have happened.

But eventually I learned that working with yeast really isn’t scary at all. And truthfully, neither is deep frying!

There are just a few simple things to know along the way. With a little bit of confidence and some patience, you can serve your family delicious homemade doughnuts for breakfast this weekend!

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Overnight Cinnamon Rolls

Don’t want to get up in the morning to make an entire batch of homemade cinnamon rolls? Try these Overnight Cinnamon Rolls instead! Prep them the night before and bake them in the morning for a fresh-from-the-oven breakfast treat without getting up at dawn. There’s something special about having a big weekend breakfast, isn’t there? …

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Don’t want to get up in the morning to make an entire batch of homemade cinnamon rolls? Try these Overnight Cinnamon Rolls instead! Prep them the night before and bake them in the morning for a fresh-from-the-oven breakfast treat without getting up at dawn.

Close up of an iced cinnamon roll on a light pink plate

There’s something special about having a big weekend breakfast, isn’t there?

There’s nothing quite like waking up to a pot of fresh coffee and a batch of freshly baked cherry turnovers or orange scones.

Except, when you’re the cook of the family (like I am), you don’t get to wake up to the smell of breakfast baking in the oven. You get to wake up and be the one to make breakfast for everyone.

Don’t get me wrong, I still love making a special breakfast for Eric and Elle, but getting up 2+ hours early to make homemade cinnamon rolls from scratch kinda makes the whole thing less fun.

Thankfully, I’ve got Overnight Cinnamon Rolls I can turn to for a breakfast that can make us all happy.

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English Muffin Bread

English Muffin Bread has all the same nooks and crannies as your favorite English muffins in a sliceable bread form. Pop it in the toaster and slather it with butter and jam for the best piece of toast you’ve ever had. This post contains affiliate links. Do you ever make a recipe where you aren’t …

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English Muffin Bread has all the same nooks and crannies as your favorite English muffins in a sliceable bread form. Pop it in the toaster and slather it with butter and jam for the best piece of toast you’ve ever had.

Slice of english muffin bread topped with jam set next to two small bowls of jam

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Do you ever make a recipe where you aren’t expecting much, but the results blow you away?

The first time I ever made English Muffin Bread, I sort of haphazardly threw the loaf together as a way to procrastinate doing any of my other tasks at hand. 

I honestly wasn’t expecting much, but in about an hour and a half, I had an amazing-smelling loaf of bread cooling on my counter.

As soon as it was cool, I cut myself a slice, toasted it up, and slathered it in butter. Turns out, it tasted just as amazing as it smelled! 

I guess it’s not every day that procrastinating turns out in my favor, but in this case it definitely did. I highly suggest throwing together a loaf if you’re trying to avoid adulting, too.

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Cheddar Dinner Rolls

Looking for a quick and easy yeast roll recipe for your holiday table? These Cheddar Dinner Rolls are soft, fluffy, packed with cheese, and as easy as can be! This post is sponsored by Fleischmann’s® Yeast. Thank you for continuing to support the brands that make My Baking Addiction possible. What are your holiday dinner …

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Looking for a quick and easy yeast roll recipe for your holiday table? These Cheddar Dinner Rolls are soft, fluffy, packed with cheese, and as easy as can be!

Hand grabbing a cheddar dinner roll off a plate of rolls

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What are your holiday dinner musts? 

In our family, we can’t have a holiday meal without Homemade Cranberry Sauce, Cranberry Fluff, and Sweet Potato Casserole or mashed potatoes. And don’t forget the Pumpkin Cheesecake or Pumpkin Roll.

But the real star of the show? The dinner rolls.

There’s just something about coming around the holiday table with your loved ones, passing the basket of dinner rolls from person to person. 

(Not to mention that we always fight over the leftover rolls. They make the best little sandwiches with the leftover turkey or ham!)

Some years I get really fancy and make super buttery Parker House Rolls. Some years I go a little non-traditional with Pretzel Rolls.

But this year I am getting cheesy with these super easy Cheddar Dinner Rolls.  

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Cranberry Orange Cinnamon Rolls

These Cranberry Orange Cinnamon Rolls are bound to be your new favorite homemade cinnamon roll recipe! Packed with dried cranberries, orange zest, and cinnamon, these fluffy cinnamon rolls are a delight to make and eat. This post is sponsored by Fleischmann’s® Yeast. Thank you for continuing to support the brands that make My Baking Addiction …

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These Cranberry Orange Cinnamon Rolls are bound to be your new favorite homemade cinnamon roll recipe! Packed with dried cranberries, orange zest, and cinnamon, these fluffy cinnamon rolls are a delight to make and eat.

Plated cranberry orange cinnamon roll next to a cup of coffee

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While I love cinnamon rolls any time of the year, there’s something really special about making them during the fall and winter holiday season.

Maybe it’s because I love getting in the kitchen with Elle, and she’s getting old enough to really start helping me with more of my baked goods. Even though we started out making things like No-Bake Cookies and Pumpkin Dip, she’s at an age where she can take on recipes with more steps to them.

These Cranberry Orange Cinnamon Rolls are going to be perfect for us to make together this fall. They make her feel like she’s taking on more of a challenge by making something with a dough, filling, and frosting, but they’re still easy enough for her to help with. 

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No Bake Blueberry Cheesecake

In the heat of summer, I am always looking for fun low (or no) cook ways to…

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In the heat of summer, I am always looking for fun low (or no) cook ways to make and enjoy a little dessert. Give me all of your icebox cakes, no bake bars, and no bake cheesecakes! No bake cheesecake has all of the rich cream cheese flavor of it’s baked counterpart, but it is a bit lighter in texture and so easy to make. There are no water baths to fuss with and no worry about the top splitting on you.

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This no bake cheese cake is a great base for all sorts of summer fruit, but it would also be delicious with caramel or chocolate drizzled over the top instead. This version uses a literal heap of gorgeous fresh blueberries.

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The salty pretzel and nutty browned butter crust comes together quickly too, no baking required. It also ensures that the whole dessert is nice and balanced, and not too sweet. For a sweeter version feel free to substitute graham cracker or biscoff cookie crumbs for the preztels. You could even skip browning the butter in favor of just melting it, but the browned butter adds a ton of great flavor so I wouldn’t!

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The topping is a combination of fresh and cooked blueberries, the cooked ones make it a little saucy and help the blueberries stick together instead of sliding all over the place. I topped the whole thing with a few small leaves from my basil plant that look little little blueberry leaves. Mint would work too but the herbs are totally optional.


No Bake Blueberry Cheesecake

Salty pretzels make a perfect base for this not to sweet cheesecake, but you could use graham crackers or biscoff cookie crumbs for a sweeter version - use gluten free cookies to make this desert for your gluten avoiding friends and family. The blueberry topping is partially cooked which creates some sauciness that helps the blueberries stick together, but if that’s a bridge too far for lazy summer cooking, you can just pile the top with lots of fresh blueberries. They may roll of when you slice it though!

 

Crust

175g/ 1 1/2 cups finely ground pretzels

50g/ 1/4 cup granulated sugar

340g/12 tablespoons unsalted butter

Filling

450g/ 1 pound cream cheese, at room temperature

100g/ 1/2 cup granulated sugar

2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice

1 tablespoon vanilla paste or extract

240ml/ 1 cup heavy cream, cold

Topping

490g/ 3 1/2 cups blueberries

1 tablespoon sugar

1 teaspoon cornstarch

Mint or basil leaves if desired


To make the crust: Combine the pretzels and sugar in a large bowl. Melt the butter in a small saucepan set over medium heat. Cook the butter while scraping the bottom and sides of the pan occasionally with a rubber spatula. The butter will foam, then the solids will turn deep golden brown and smell nutty. Once the butter has browned pour it over the pretzels in the bowl then stir to combine. Let the mixture cool for a minute or two then pour it into a 9-inch pie pan. Carefully press it evenly on the bottom and up the sides of the pan, a 1/3 cup measure is a great tool for this. Set the pan in the freezer while you prepare the filling.

To make the filling: In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the paddle attachment mix the cream cheese and sugar on low speed until combined. Turn the mixer up to medium and beat until smooth and fluffy, about 3 minutes. Scrape the bottom and sides of the bowl occasionally to ensure even mixing. 

Add the vanilla and lemon and stir to combine.

Switch to the whisk attachment and with the mixer on low, add the heavy cream. Turn the mixer up to medium high and whip until the mixture comes to stiff peaks, about 3 minutes.

Spoon the filling into the chilled crust and smooth the top. Refrigerate for about 8 hours or overnight. 

To make the topping: When you are ready to serve the cheesecake put 280g/2 cups of the blueberries in a large bowl and set aside. Combine 140g/1 cup of the blueberries, 2 tablespoons of water, and 1 tablespoon sugar in a saucepan over medium heat. Cover the pot and cook until the blueberries have burst and released their juices, about 2 minutes. 

In a small bowl stir the cornstarch with 1 tablespoon of water, slowly pour it into the blueberry mixture in the pot while stirring constantly. Bring the mixture to a simmer, stirring constantly for 45 seconds, until thick and glossy.

Pour the mixture over the blueberries in the bowl and stir to combine. Pour the blueberries over the chilled cheesecake and scatter the remaining 70g/ 1/2 cup blueberries over the top. Sprinkle mint or basil over the top and let the pie sit for a few minutes before slicing. Store leftovers in the fridge for a few days.  

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Cheesy Ranch Pull-Apart Bread

This Cheesy Ranch Pull-Apart Bread is full of sharp cheddar, crumbled bacon, and a buttery ranch topping. It is fun to eat and great for a summer get-together! This post is sponsored by Challenge Butter. Thank you for continuing to support the brands that make My Baking Addiction possible. You might remember me telling you …

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This Cheesy Ranch Pull-Apart Bread is full of sharp cheddar, crumbled bacon, and a buttery ranch topping. It is fun to eat and great for a summer get-together!

A loaf of baked cheesy ranch pull-apart bread on a wooden cutting board

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You might remember me telling you when I shared my Brown Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe that I fell victim to the TikTok downloading trend of 2020.

Even though we are well into 2021, I’m still all in on TikTok and loving all of the fun food and beauty content I get on my FYP.

Unwrapped cheesy ranch pull-apart bread, ready to eat

I’ve seen this style of pull-apart bread floating around on the internet before, but for some reason it wasn’t until I saw someone make it on TikTok several months ago that it really caught my attention.

There was something that seemed really fun about turning a loaf of sourdough bread into a cheesy pull-apart bread that the whole family could dig into.

I finally got around to giving it a try and let’s just say that I’m not at all mad about a cheesy, buttery, ranch-filled loaf of bread.

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Garlic & Herb Parker House Rolls

Parker House Rolls are a classic at any holiday table. Try this version layered with garlic and herb butter for a new twist on an old favorite. These Garlic and Herb Parker House Rolls may just become your newest holiday tradition!  This post is sponsored by Fleischmann’s® Yeast. Thank you for continuing to support the […]

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Parker House Rolls are a classic at any holiday table. Try this version layered with garlic and herb butter for a new twist on an old favorite. These Garlic and Herb Parker House Rolls may just become your newest holiday tradition! 

White bowl filled with garlic and herb parker house rolls on a counter surrounded by other holiday side dishes

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There are a few items that are considered an absolute tradition at our family’s holiday table.

My nana’s Pumpkin Roll is one. Some kind of cheesecake is another. Homemade dinner rolls are the third.

It really doesn’t matter if it’s just my immediate family or our whole extended family gathered around the table – as soon as everyone sits down, the roll basket is one of the first things they reach for.

I mean, can you blame them? Is there really anything better than a freshly baked homemade dinner roll? 

We love classics like Potato Rolls or twists on old favorites like Sour Cream Rolls and Garlic and Herb Beer Bread Rolls

Last year my family couldn’t get enough of Parker House Rolls, so this year I decided to add a little extra flavor to this buttery favorite by making Garlic and Herb Parker House Rolls. 

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Pumpkin Spice Cinnamon Rolls

Pumpkin Spice Cinnamon Rolls are fluffy, sweet, and packed with everyone’s favorite pumpkin spice flavor. Make these cinnamon rolls the night before and pop them in the oven on a cozy autumn morning for a breakfast the whole family will love.  This post is sponsored by Fleischmann’s® Yeast. Thank you for continuing to support the […]

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Pumpkin Spice Cinnamon Rolls are fluffy, sweet, and packed with everyone’s favorite pumpkin spice flavor. Make these cinnamon rolls the night before and pop them in the oven on a cozy autumn morning for a breakfast the whole family will love. 

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Fall is undeniably my favorite season of the year. 

From the cozy sweaters and apple picking to enjoying warm cups of spiced apple cider while snuggled up under a blanket, fall is the best. 

And when else can we enjoy my favorite pumpkin spice treats without our friends and family thinking we’re weird? 

Whether it’s pumpkin bread, pumpkin bars, or pumpkin cookies, you guys know that I go through more cans of pumpkin puree and more batches of pumpkin pie spice than I can count every fall. 

Another of my favorite fall traditions is making special breakfasts on the weekends. There are few things more special than pulling a hot breakfast from the oven on a cool fall Saturday morning and kicking off the day with Eric and Elle around the breakfast table.

Overnight cinnamon rolls are one of my favorite fall breakfast options: I assemble the rolls the night before and bake them in the morning. Then the rolls are ready for my family to grab, along with a cup of coffee (or even a homemade pumpkin spice latte) or orange juice, whenever they roll out of bed.

Seeing my little family gathered around the breakfast table in their pajamas enjoying their homemade cinnamon rolls is a sight that warms my heart and makes me so grateful for this beautiful season, as cheesy as it sounds.

So when I can combine my love of cozy fall breakfasts with pumpkin spice? That’s just the best. 

This year, my family is asking for these Pumpkin Spice Cinnamon Rolls on repeat. 

And what can I say? I give the people what they want.

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