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It's taken me awhile, but I finally went ahead and joined Pinterest.  

Am I the last one? 

Any of you still holding out?   

I spent three evenings (and part of the day) going through all of my Google Bookmarks from the past three years, pinning the projects and recipes that I would still like to try/make.  

It was tedious (believe me) and I didn't know if I'd ever make it to the end of the list, but now that I'm done I can say that it was worth it.  It's so much easier and faster to find what I'm looking for now, this will be a great resource.

I'm excited to have another way to share all of my 'fabulous finds' with you!  If you'd like to come see what I've been pinning, you can find me on Pinterest here.

Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

P.S. I haven't posted much lately, don't give up on me. :)  I have a printable project in the works that has taken a lot of my spare time to put together and involves these.  Can't wait to show you!

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Pull-Apart Cinnamon Breadsticks and Dinner Rolls from one Delicious Recipe

More often than not these days when I want freshly baked rolls for dinner I buy a bag of frozen roll dough at the grocery store.  Occasionally though when I have a little extra time in my day I'll bake them from scratch.   Last week I finally got around to trying a recipe for Melt in Your Mouth Dinner Rolls at Sew Dang Cute Crafts that I'd bookmarked months ago.   My family LOVED them!

We all liked them so much that I made them again a few days later and took half of the dough and made it into pull-apart cinnamon breadsticks for dessert.  This roll dough recipe is large enough to make 12-16 rolls with one half of it and an entire cookie sheet full of pull-apart cinnamon breadsticks with the other.

Pull-Apart Cinnamon Breadsticks

Make one batch of roll dough.  Let rise.  When dough has doubled in size, divide in half.  Roll out one half of the dough into a circle to use for rolls and roll out the other half into a rectangle to use for pull-apart cinnamon breadsticks.

1.  Roll dough into a rectangle shape.  Use a pizza cutter to cut dough into 1" by about 6-7" long strips.
2.  Dip in butter (or brush on both sides) then in a mixture of sugar and cinnamon.
3.  Place on cookie sheet (you could twist them first if you like), cover, and rise to double in size.  Bake following the roll dough recipe directions or until fully done.  Store in a sealed plastic storage bag.

This is a simple roll dough recipe with basic ingredients and a great taste.  Thanksgiving is right around the corner (if you don't already have a favorite roll recipe you use) you might want to consider adding these rolls to your menu!  

Today's Fabulous Finds...
Melt in Your Mouth Dinner Rolls  
and Pull-Apart Cinnamon Breadsticks

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