Cinnamon rolls with peanuts and raisins

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Hello, my name is Connie Veneracion. I cook, I shoot, I write. But I don't do the laundry. I don't like housekeeping very much either... (more about me)

39 Responses

  1. Doddie Householder says:


    I use Pioneer Woman’s recipe for cinnamon rolls. Hardly any kneading and the recipe is so straight forward and simple. You should check it out (warning, it does call for alot of butter, but then it adds to the flavor). I have started baking bread, too. Now I am busy baking dinner rolls and stuffed bread.


    • Connie says:

      I saw that but her technique of pouring MELTED butter on the dough is too messy for me.

    • Crisma says:

      This is excellent, Connie…and what a wonderful baking partner you have… ;)
      You are baking beautiful bread together, ha…

      • Connie says:

        It’s so much fun!

        • Mrs. Kolca says:

          I know how hard it is to knead a dough, so I think you are lucky enough to have extra helping hands.

          Those rolls look yummy. Perfect with glass of fresh milk for my breakfast. Nom nom nom. Glug glug glug glug. Burp! :D

        • Crisma says:

          Oh yes… it is good that you find FUN in baking bread with your Speedy…that means your bread is one with Love as the main ingredient. Nothing can be more perfect than that.

          One day, I hope to do that too.

  2. jhazzmine says:

    Ms. Connie,

    I loved ur site…u really help a lot of mothers, like me, out there looking for a great recipe for their family.

    Ask ko lang sana kung anong measurement nung yeast? wala kasi ditong Fleischmann’s rapid rise yeast. Pwede ba yung yeast na nabibili sa baking shops na naka-repack na?

    Thanks and God bless to your site…sana di ka magsawang ishare ang iyong talent in cooking…


  3. Shendz says:

    I tried this recipe yesterday and though I have to reduce the flour to 2-2/3 cups as I found the dough too hard to knead if I use 3 cups – good you have your Speedy to do this for you – it is still very good. I forgot a previous experience with the corned beef pandesal (It seems my oven settings is bit hotter than yours) so the first batch is overdone as in tostado to the max! I reduced the oven settings to 170 to bake the next and voila! cinnamon so good we can’t wait to cool it down… Again thanks a lot for another superb recipe.

  4. cleverthanever says:

    hi if I will be using SAF-instant yeast, how much of it will I use for this recipe?

  5. JB says:

    Hi! I can’t find the Fleischmann yeast, is Rapid Rise similar to Instant? THanks!

    BTW where do you buy Fleischmann yeast?

  6. janice says:

    ms connie one packet of yeast is equivalent to how many tbsp?

  7. Maiko Resada says:

    Hi Ms. Connie! I really want to make Cinnamon Rolls, And I’m still confuse about yeast, :)) I’m only 17, and love baking. I only have Eagle Instant Dry Yeast, Will that do? And if it does, how many teaspoons? Thank youu! – Maiko

  8. Maomango says:

    I tried ur recipe & it was perfect & really delicious.i’ve been trying so many cinnamon rolls recipe & yours is the best. I made my colleague tried it & he wants more. Thank you so much.

  9. Catherine says:

    I’d like to make these sans the raisins. Any recommendations? I usually bake random goodies for a big crowd including my pets. My dogs loves bread, cookies and cakes and raisins are bad for them. I’m thinking other dried fruits (mango, papaya, melon?) but I’m not too sure.
    Please help if you can.

    Thank you.

  10. Stephanie Grace Malundo-Estimar says:

    Ms.Connie thank you!
    i made one batch last night with tjw intention o having them for breakfast but as soon as i took it out in the oven folks around mw started eating..and in a few mins all that os left is my baking I am making a new batch for breakfast…love baking bread now. It is so addicting.