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Charlene's Cinnamon Rolls 
 
3 3/4 Cups Milk 
1 1/2 Cups Oil 
1 1/2 Cups warm Water 
1 1/4 Cups Sugar 
1 Heaping Tbs. Salt 
6 Eggs (beaten) 
13 1/2 cups Flour (approximately) 
Cinnamon (I just like to throw some in, I don't know how much. It just seems to 
help the flavor) 
2 Tbs. Instant Yeast 
 
Heat milk to warm. Combine milk, oil, water, sugar, salt and eggs. 
Add about 7 cups flour, cinnamon and yeast, mix thoroughly. 
Continue to add flour and mix until consistency is sticky, but not wet. 
Put towel or lid on and let rise until double. Punch down and let rise again. 
Roll out in rectangle and smear soft butter on dough then sprinkle brown sugar 
and cinnamon on. 
We like chopped pecans sprinkled on too, whatever you like :-) 
Roll up and cut into rolls. Place on pans and let rise until ready to bake. Bake 
at 350 
until light brown. 
We like Cream Cheese Frosting w/ maple flavoring on them. 
 
You probably already have your favorite Cream Cheese Frosting, but I will throw 
it in, just in case. 
 
Cream Cheese Frosting 
 
8 Tbs. softened butter 
12 oz. softened cream cheese 
8 2/3 cups powdered sugar 
2 tsp vanilla 
2 tsp maple flavoring 
enough milk to get it to the right consistency 
 
Blend butter and cream cheese together. Gradually add powdered sugar, beating 
until smooth and creamy. Stir in vanilla and maple flavoring. Stir in milk, a 
little at a time, to get it to the right consistency. 
 
I use this roll recipe for dinner rolls, fry bread and hamburger buns. They 
never fail me. 

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