First, pick your favorite bread recipe. I use my Honey Whole Wheat recipe. It's not 100% whole wheat, so it actually taste's fantastic with the cinnamon chips in it too.
After the bread has done it's first raising and you are ready to separate them into the different loaves and put in the pans, you need to add the cinnamon chips. Take your portion of 1 loaf and put a greased counter top. I just used my granite counter top with a little pam sprayed on it. I didn't want to add any additional flour at this point, so stick with pam. Using your rolling pin, roll the dough into a rectangle. It should only be the length a little shorter than your pan, and just roll until about an inch thick.
Now, here's the fun part. Take your cinnamon chips and press them into your rectangle. Make sure you cover the whole area and be generous! I've gotten too much cinnamon once but we all loved it. It was amazing. I didn't do enough my first time and I was disappointed. So play with it, but I liked erring on the side of too much :-)
Bake at your normal temperature and time. Then get ready to enjoy some amazing cinnamon bread!!! Have fun.
Mmmmm. Toasted with a little butter it = delish!
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