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Wood Fired Cinnamon and Raisin Rolls

edited-cinnamon No one likes throwing away food so, save any leftover pizza dough to make these simple and delicious rolls. You can pop these in the oven ‘post pizza feast’ and they’ll be ready to eat by the time you’re craving something sweet! Don’t feel limited by fillings- Nutella and banana, blackberries and maple syrup- anything really. After all, you were going to throw that dough away anyway.

You’ll Need

  • Left over pizza dough
  • 100g ground cinnamon
  • 100g caster sugar
  • 50g raisins
  • 4 tbsp melted butter

If you’re not creating these rolls after a wood fired pizza party, you’ll need to get your oven up to optimum temperature and allow to cool to around 180-200°C.

Next, scatter your kitchen surface with flour and icing sugar and roll out your left over dough into a 30cm x 15cm rectangle. Then, brush with your melted butter.

Sprinkle over your sugar, cinnamon and raisins (or whatever fillings you’ve gone with) and carefully roll up your dough like a swiss roll.

Once rolled up, cut into 3-4cm slices and stand them up on a greaseproof lined, high heat tray.

Then, put in your wood fired oven and cook for around 12 minutes. Your cinnamon rolls should have a golden brown colour to them.

Serve warm with some ice cream for the perfect dessert.

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