Project Pastry Queen: Jailhouse Potato Cinnamon Rolls

September 5th, 2010


Today is going to be fun!  It is my mother’s birthday!  and my friend, Aaron’s!  Happy Birthday!

Aaron wanted to bake all day!  So, that is what we are going to do!  We will try to keep you updated on what we are making… honestly, I’m not quite sure yet…

So that we would have something for breakfast I made the Pastry Queen‘s Jailhouse Potato Cinnamon Rolls for my first Pastry Queen Project.  Having only made Chef Mark’s Southern Comfort Apple Pie, I was excited to start baking my way through the cookbook.

Overall, they were good but I was not blown away.  Like many others, I found the dough to be very soft and difficult to work with.  The potatoes retain so much moisture that the dough flops all over the place. I think it may be helpful to use older mashed potatoes, like with gnocchi, so that some of the water will have evaporated. I do not mind if something doesn’t look pretty as long as it tastes good but I was not completely sold on these. I wanted a heavier dough and much more cinnamon.

Make sure you check out Katy’s blog for the recipe and the Project Pastry Queen blogroll to see how others fared.

Also, check back here through out the day to see our bakefest creations!


3 Responses to “Project Pastry Queen: Jailhouse Potato Cinnamon Rolls”

  1. amanda @ fake ginger on September 5, 2010 10:27 am

    It seems like all of us had a problem with the dough. I love cinnamon rolls that are round and perfect so these weren’t my cup of tea. Yours look really yummy though!

  2. Bakefest 2010: The Morning Edition at on September 5, 2010 11:12 am

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  3. Mom on September 6, 2010 7:31 am

    I actually made these rolls about 3 years ago when the recipe was featured in Woman’s Day. I thought they were good but not great.

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