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Is there a way to keep my holiday cinnamon rolls from getting soggy in the middle and too brown around the edges?

Is there a way to keep my holiday cinnamon rolls from getting soggy in the middle and too brown around the edges?
Submitted by kayla.b.craig

Usually, soggy centers and overly browned edges result from an oven temperature that is too high. Try reducing your oven temperature by 25 degrees and baking as normal. Doughy-center cinnamon rolls may also occur if the rolls are placed too tightly in the pan. Try using a sheet pan rather than a cake pan—this will allow the cinnamon rolls more space to spread out and, therefore, to bake more evenly.

Loosely covering the outside edges of the cinnamon rolls with foil will also prevent excess browning.


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