Flour & Fern

Exciting Christmas Items Coming Up! And the addition of a Flour & Fern freezer to the Mac Market Store!

I love the holidays! And if you are anything like me, food is an important part of the holiday season. As are traditions. I know many of you have the tradition of eating warm cinnamon rolls on Christmas morning, just like my family. So… I’ve been working hard to test cinnamon rolls that make it easy for you to have F&F cinnamon rolls on Christmas morning without too much hassle! And I’m thrilled with the results.

So, the most exciting thing is that I am putting a freezer in the Mac Market Store! (Right next to the even pull coolers.) Starting NEXT WEEK you can come in and grab your goods from the freezer and either checkout at F&F (when open) or at the cafe/market store counter of Mac Market. This way you can snag your goods even when F&F is not open! It will be first come first serve (no pre-ordering for frozen goods), but I will do my best to keep it nice and stocked!!

I have frozen cinnamon rolls available!
They are packaged 6 cinnamon rolls per container for $20.
You will pick up your cinnamon rolls frozen with instructions on how to bake them for Christmas morning and top them with frosting.

There are two ways to make the cinnamon rolls:

  1. For the fluffiest cinnamon rolls:
    a. The Night Before: move cinnamon rolls to fridge
    b. Morning Of: pull cinnamon rolls out of the fridge and let them rise for 2 hrs (if you can only do 1 hr that is okay, but the more time the better here for a fluffy result)
    *turn on oven to preheat about 15 minutes before you are going to bake them*
    c. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes
    – They should be golden on the outside and have an internal temperature of 200 degrees
  2. The QUICK way, that also gives delicious cinnamon rolls, without the hassle:
    a. Morning Of: take out frozen cinnamon rolls out and place in COLD oven
    b. Turn on oven to 350 degrees
    c. Bake Cinnamon Rolls in oven for about 45 min (or about 32 min after preheated)
    – They should be golden on the outside and have an internal temperature of 200 degrees

In addition to cinnamon rolls, there will be Bake-At-Home cookies! These are frozen, pre-shaped cookies that you simply place on a cookie sheet and bake for about 15 minutes! Easy as that. There will be a few different kinds of cookies including ginger, snickerdoodle, and cranberry oat.

As with Thanksgiving, all the staple breads will be available frozen as well.
– Sandwich Bread
– Cinnamon Raisin / Cinnamon Swirl
– French Bread
– Pizza Dough

Oh, and of course pumpkin bread loaves will be available (with and without chocolate chips). I will stock up frozen ones (I think they are just as good out of the freezer as they are fresh), but if you are wanting a fresh loaf please contact me mary@flourandfern.com.

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