Cinnamon Roll "Pluckit" Bread

Tuesday 10 April 2012

Cinnamon Roll "Pluckit" Bread 

 Yay, my kitchen is back to scratch and I am finally able to cook again! A cook without a working kitchen is one very unhappy cook!

  Cinnamon Roll "Pluckit" Bread 

 To celebrate I made us some tasty Cinnamon Roll "Pluckit" Bread for a treat. 

 Don't you just know from the get go that you are going to love something that has the word "Pluckit" in the title??? I know!!! FABULOUS!!

  Cinnamon Roll "Pluckit" Bread 

 This is more than a delicious treat! This is an occasion. Think of those deep fried whole onion chrysanthemum thingies that you used to be able to get in restaurants that you sat all around the table, plucking off petals and dipping into sauce. Fun, Fun, FUN!!

  Cinnamon Roll "Pluckit" Bread 

 Except there was only two of us . . . dangerous stuff. SERIOUSLY dangerous Stuff!

  Cinnamon Roll "Pluckit" Bread 

 Think of little bite sized bits of bread smothered in honey butter and cinnamon sugar . . . crunchy on the ends, morishly scrummy delish on the insides . . . 

you reach for one, your fingers get all gooey and lip smacking, finger licking good . . . and you just can't help yourself . . .

  Cinnamon Roll "Pluckit" Bread

Before you know it, you are going in for another one! I swear I could eat half a loaf of this all by myself . . . it's just as scrummy cold as it is warm. I know this for sure because . . .

  Cinnamon Roll "Pluckit" Bread 

 Every time I walk by it, I'm plucking up another teensie bit. Somebody lock it up . . . pretty please???

  Cinnamon Roll "Pluckit" Bread 

 But first . . . just one more eensie, teensie, meensie morsel . . . sigh . . . I'm so greedy, I know. It turned into two . . . 

  Cinnamon Roll "Pluckit" Bread 

  *Cinnamon Roll "Pluckit" Bread* 
Makes one loaf 

 Exactly what the title says, a pluckit bread filled with cinnamon roll deliciousness! Well worth the effort. 1 unsliced loaf or sourdough bread (A round boule shape is best, but if you can't get that a bloomer will do. You want a sturdy loaf that will stand up to the abuse you will give it!) 

4 ounces (weight) of butter, softened (1/2 cup) 
2 heaped dessertspoons of icing sugar, sifted 
3 ounces (weight) creamed honey (1/4 cup) 
1 tsp vanilla extract 
7 ounces (weight) white granulated sugar (1 cup)
 1 TBS ground cinnamon

 To glaze: 
4.5 ounces (weight) of icing sugar, sifted 
1 to 2 TBS milk 

 Preheat the oven to 180*C/350*F/ gas mark 4. Have ready a large sheet of aluminium foil and a baking sheet.

 First make the honey butter by creaming together the softened butter, icing sugar, honey and vanilla until smooth and creamy. Set aside. 

 Take the loaf and, using a sharp bread knife, make cuts lengthwise all the way through the bread without cutting down through the bottom crust. You want the cuts to be approximately 1/2 inch apart. 

 Spread half of the honey butter in between the slices. Now cut the bread in the same manner moving width ways through the bread in the same manner as the first cuts, again making them approximately 1/2 inch apart. 

 Spread the remainder of the honey butter in between the new cuts as best as you can. (This isn't easy, but persevere. It's worth it. You just want to make sure there's lots of butter between the cuts. It need not be perfect.) 

 Whisk together the granulated sugar and cinnamon. Sprinkle this generously between all cuts as best as you can. 

 Wrap the loaf in foil loosely, but completely. Place onto the baking sheet. 

 Bake for 25 to 30 minutes until the bread is warmed all the way through and the honey butter is thoroughly melted and soaked into the loaf. Remove from the oven, unwrap and place on a serving platter. 

 Whisk together the sugar and milk for the glaze and drizzle over top immediately, using only as much milk as is needed to give you a drizzable consistency.



  1. Congrats on getting your kitchen back.

    This bread sounds delis, any left for me? Silly question huh?

  2. Never seen or heard of a pluckit bread, but it looks divine! A sweet garlic bread idea, only better!

  3. This sounds like a trip to ER for me.....I guess it won't be made here. However I am so pleased you have your kitchen back.

  4. This sounds wonderful...a very clever idea. I've been lurking and reading your posts for sometime. This brought me out of the shadows to say thanks for being so generous with your recipes!

  5. Deep fried whole onion chrysanthemum thingies...never heard of them, maybe that's a recipe for another day?
    This however looks scrummy, glad you have your kitchen back.

  6. Sooo easy and delicious... what a great idea, Marie--YUM! :o) Happy week, my friend ((LOVE & HUGS))

  7. Oh Marie! You are temping me,It's sound's so delicious and look's so scrummy yummy.I'm going to make it.I don't know about eating it myself,I shouldn't.Hope I can resit.ooxx

  8. Must be wonderful to have the kitchen back - I think my girls would love me forever if I made this!
    Mary x


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