Thai Peanut Soup with Grilled Peanut Butter Croutons
Everyone. It’s time to meet Red. No, not the color. Red is my brother.
Over time I am sure you will meet all six of my siblings, but today we are talking about Red. He is more commonly known around here as Shred Doggy, Shredman G or Shredeo. Red (Ok, technically his name is Redmond, Redmond Baird Gerard – my parents have a thing for strange, well really odd names) is my 12-year-old superstar of a brother.
Well, he would not call himself a superstar, but in my eyes he’s a Superstar. He does things like front double tens, apparently it’s three spins while doing two flips 30 feet or more in the air. At least that’s what I think a front double ten is, I get pretty confused after the first spin.
I had to go over that last sentence like three times with him. Finally, he got too frustrated and walked away.
He is the most energetic kid you will ever meet. He was just telling me how tired his legs were while spinning himself across the kitchen floor. Even when he is tired, he’s still spinning. He does not stop.
He lives a life that probably any 12-year old boy would love to live. Wait, let me rephrase that, he lives a life that probably anyone would want to live. He travels all over the place. In the last month he has been to Switzerland, Park City, Lake Tahoe, Los Angeles, Big Bear and next it’s back to Park City. He wakes up and pretty much everyday and goes snowboarding. Oh, and he gets boxes and boxes and boxes (seriously, I am not exaggerating) of stuff from Burton, Arnette and a few other sponsors. Yeah, I told you he’s got the life.
Right about now I am guessing you are you asking your self “what about school”? Yup, you guessed it, he is home schooled.
Even though the kid has the life, he works hard. He loves snowboarding, and the attention he gets from magazines and his sponsors has not changed him in the least. He snowboards cause he loves it. He loves flying through air, he loves going fast and he just wants to have fun!
Check him out for yourself. I am not going to lie, it’s kind of amazing. And remember he is only 12.
Ok, switching gears. That was way too much snowboard talk for me, like way too much.
I made you Mini Cinnamon Buns. Oh and I made them in 30 minutes. Yup, 30 minutes! Oh, and I healthified them fo you. So now you can pop like 3 of 4 or maybe even 5 and not feel guilty! I am not going to sit here and tell you that these are better than the real thing, but they way easier and still insanely addicting! Plus, you will not get the sugar comma you probably enter after eating one from the Cinnabon place ate the airport! It’s good to get some whole grain in every once and a while!
Healthy and Quick and insanely Delicious? Yup! I told Asher to leave some for tomorrow and she said “but, these things are so good”.
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Why are mini foods so cute?
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What can I substitute for the coconut oil?
To clarify these rolls are baked in mini muffin pans?
Looking forward to baking these and placing them on my thanksgiving charcuterie board.
You can use another neutral oil in place of the coconut oil. Yes, they are baked in a mini muffin tin. I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you give it a try! xx
Can I use Almond Milk instead of regular milk in this recipe? Thank you.
Yes, that will work just fine. I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan
I made this in 35 minute ! I think I did a well try with your blog indication
I am so glad this recipe was enjoyed, thanks for making it! Have a great week! xTieghan
Hi! These look great, but wondering if I could do them in regular size muffin tin instead and just increase the baking time?
I haven’t tried these in a muffin tin, but that could totally work! I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan
Hi! Just wondering if all-purpose flour would work for this recipe? Currently stuck in quarantine and looking to make these with what I have in my pantry currerntly
HI! Yes, that will be great! Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope you love this recipe! Thank you!! xTieghan
HI I Really Love The Recipie But can you send me non bake desserts as well
You can inbox me
hey, your blog is ! all time favorite of mine. But i would like to ask you something that, if i am diet can i take this kind of foods? i mean my diet shouldn’t be disturbed?
Hi Kalley! I would consult your doctor for all of that information! Thank you! xTieghan
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My wife Laura gaped at me this evening on the way to church as I told her about the first US gold medalist at this year’s Olympics: 17-year-old Red Gerard, snowboarder, “the youngest American male to win gold at the Winter Games since bobsledder Billy Fiske in 1928.” I don’t think I’d ever seen her react with the least bit of interest to any athletic competition before. To account for her sudden interest, she pulled up this page. Congratulations on a really famous recipe! Oh, and on your really awesome brother and his Olympic accomplishment, too! I recommend you celebrate with some Cinnamon Buns from this great recipe my wife showed me…!
Thank you so much Nathan! So glad you like these and I cannot tell you how proud I am of Red!
Could these be made larger in a regular size muffin tin as well?
These were just what I needed this morning! They were super easy to whip up and taste almost like the center of a cinnamon roll the way they bake up in the mini pan! I used 1 c. of white flour and 1/2 c. whole wheat and they taste great. I love that these can easily be made vegan too!
So happy you love these! THANKS! 🙂
hi! Can I freeze the douGh?
Yes, i think that will be fine. Enjoy!
I just made these and wow oh wow they are devine!
Yay!! So happy you loved these!
Okay, I’m not normally one to leave comments, but this recipe required it.
First, let me set the scene: lazy Sunday morning, I wake up wanting donuts. But I’m trying to be healthier with my choices, so I start looking up baked donut recipes, which are all complicated and I don’t even have a donut baking pan so eff that. I try to think of alternative options and BINGO, cinnamon rolls. Which all require yeast and 2 hours of letting the dough sit so eff that. EXCEPT for this recipe.
Well I don’t have buttermilk but I do have Greek yogurt and almond milk, and I don’t have whole wheat pastry flour but I do have regular whole wheat and also white.
Let’s do this thing.
Those were the only modifications I made to this recipe (1 cup WW flour with 1/2 white, 1/4 cup Greek yogurt with 1/2 cup almond milk).
Smash cut to me taking these out of the oven, trying them, and ripping my shirt, yelling “I am victorious! I have made perfection with my bare hands! Bow before my greatness!” Which really was just me taking a bite and thinking “eff yeah these are good and I made them with ingredients I had on hand and I’m probably in trouble because I will be making these EVERY WEEKEND FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE.”
So, yeah. This recipe is the best. Seriously, though.
Haha! This is so awesome! THANK YOU! 🙂