Cinnamon Pinwheel – Guild Wars 2

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In game information

Ingredients: Ball of Dough, Pile of Cinnamon and Sugar.
Effects: Nourishment(30 m): +20 Vitality +10 Experience from kills.


Todays recipe requires a bit more time and patience than my usual recipes, but needless to say it will all pay off at the end. The dough in these cinnamon pinwheels turned out just perfect, it is easy to mold and it wont stick to surfaces thanks to the butter added at the end part of preparing the dough. Baking for me is usually a chore, but I truly enjoyed making these ones.



30 g Fresh yeast
3 dl Warm whole milk
3 Eggs
2 dl Sugar (150g)
2 tsp Salt (6g)
13 dl Semi-coarse flour (750g)
100 g melted butter


50g Melted butter
1 dl Sugar (70g)
1 tbs Ground cinnamon (5g)

For brushing

1 Egg
4 tbs Whole milk



  1. Dissolve the yeast in the warm milk in a large bowl.
  2. Whisk in the eggs, sugar and salt.
  3. Gradually add more and more flour to the mixture.
  4. Keep kneading the dough until it no longer sticks to the bowl.
  5. Add the melted butter and knead it into the dough.
  6. Cover the dough with a canvas sheet and let it sit until it has doubled in size.
  7. Preheat oven at 225°C.
  8. Add a generous amount of flour on your working surface, and place the ball of dough on it.
  9. Use a rolling pin to roll the dough into about 80x50cm square.
  10. Brush the dough with melted butter, mix the sugar and cinnamon and sprinkle it on top of the dough.
  11. Roll up the dough tightly.
  12. Cut about 2cm slices off the dough with a sharp knife, and let the slices rise under a canvas sheet until they have about doubled in size.
  13. place the slices on a baking tray lined with baking sheet.
  14. Brush the cinnamon pinwheels with egg/milk mixture, bake for 5-8minutes and serve hot or cold.


– Did your cinnamon pinwheels rise too much and turn out cone shaped while in the oven? Just press them lightly with your oven mitten to flatten them!
-The 13 dl (750g) flour is not completely accurate, since the amount of flour required can vary a LOT from brand to brand! so you might end up using slighly more or less of it.


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