Stir together in your Kitchen Aid mixer the flour, yeast, water, oil, honey (yes), and salt. Mix it around for about 10 mins.
Roll out on your handy baking sheet with a light layer of flour. At the same time, kneed the dough a few times and wrap up it up in cellophane until it doubles in size.
This part is super fun. Roll up the dough pretty tightly and pinch the edges so the sugar mixture doesn't fall out. I rolled mine a lot so that you can have lots of cinnamon in every bite!
Put the roll in your bread pan with the end of the roll on the bottom of the pan. Then leave it in there with a tea towel over it until it doubles in size.
With the oven preheating at 350 degrees, put the dough in for about 20-30 mins. Doesn't this kind of look like a covered wagon on the Oregon Trail?
After I enjoyed a slice (OKAY 2) of my freshly baked bread, I headed off to the last day of the Architectural Digest Home Design Show. It was awesome and I'll give you an update of my faves in the next few days. Have a great week!