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Where To Buy Dollywood Cinnamon Bread __HOT__

If you haven't tasted the sweet and buttery warmth of Dollywood's cinnamon bread, you won't understand why someone may visit the theme park just to bring home this freshly-baked goodness. I had heard the praise of this bread, so during my first Dollywood visit, I intended to buy a loaf and bring it home. After a few minutes of walking to the car, the smell alone made it impossible to not pull off a bite to try right then. In the middle of the parking lot, I gave into the craving, chalked my idea up to a failed plan and devoured it. (My family helped!) Then, we faced the difficult decision of driving home empty-handed or walking back in to grab another loaf. Don't be surprised if you find yourself in the same situation.

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The original (and most iconic) place to find Dollywood's cinnamon bread is at the Grist Mill. If you aren't overly familiar with the park, you can trust the aroma will lead your nose to Craftsman's Valley. At the Grist Mill, you will have the opportunity to watch Dollywood hosts making this popular menu item and check out this fully-operational mill! The word is out about Dollywood's cinnamon bread, so if there is a line out the door, don't give up too easily. My advice is to head to the Grist Mill first thing if you'd like as little wait as possible. If you happen to walk by during the day and there's not a line, go THEN. If you plan to come back later, that's likely the plan of a lot of other guests, too.

Spotlight Bakery is located at the beginning of the park on Showstreet and offers lots of scrumptious treats (like the 25-lb. apple pie). This spot has cinnamon bread warm and ready for your enjoyment. So, if you want to take a break during the day or pick up a snack, this is my recommendation. The line picks up toward the end of the day, so my suggestion is to pick it up in the early afternoon.

Whether or not you're staying at Dollywood's DreamMore Resort and Spa, you can visit the DM Pantry for a loaf of Dollywood's cinnamon bread. It's the same product. If you ARE staying there, the resort offers room service with cinnamon bread as a selection. You can schedule the time for delivery AND add a fresh-brewed pot of coffee to enjoy with it. This is just one of the benefits of booking a room and being right next to the park when you stay on property!

Finally, if you're not close enough to swing by when the cinnamon bread craving hits, check out this homemade recipe from a fellow Dollywood Insider to make your own cinnamon bread at home! This recommendation comes with a warning: I've heard a lot of people attempt this recipe and aren't fully pleased with the way it turns out. I bet it's one of those things that it's just always going to taste better eating it at Dollywood.

Whisk the granulated sugar, brown sugar and cinnamon in a small baking dish. Whisk the melted butter and corn syrup in another small baking dish. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Line two nine-by-five-inch loaf pans with parchment paper, leaving a two-inch overhang on all sides. Cut four deep slashes across the top of each loaf (the loaves will look deflated). Dip each loaf in the butter-corn syrup mixture, turning to cover, then coat with the cinnamon sugar, making sure to get the sugar in the crevices. Place the loaves in the prepared pans. Drizzle with any remaining butter mixture and sprinkle with any remaining cinnamon sugar. Bake until light brown (25 to 30 minutes). Lift the bread out of the loaf pans using the parchment overhang and transfer to a rack. Let cool in the paper (about 15 minutes).

Today, the Grist Mill is home to our world-famous cinnamon bread, which is freshly made daily before your very eyes. Try this famous snack with buttercream icing or Dollywood's own apple butter. In addition, you'll find an assortment of cookies and drinks.

According to the Dollywood website, workers constructed the grist mill exactly as it would have been more than a century ago. At that point in time, folks relied on the giant water wheel to grind corn and wheat rather than delicious, gooey cinnamon bread.

This cinnamon pull-apart bread is different from the Dollywood version in that theirs is topped with a powdered sugar glaze and served with apple butter. We tried it with both of these additions, and preferred this version much better.

I never have any cinnamon bread left over, but if you have more self constraint or make a double batch, let it come to room temperature then store in the parchment paper inside an airtight container on the counter for 1-2 days. After that, store it in the freezer.

I have read in the PF forums under JoyD's favorite foods of (ta && ta.queueForLoad ? ta.queueForLoad : function(f, g)document.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', f);)(function()ta.trackEventOnPage('postLinkInline', 'impression', 'postLinks-87339719', '');, 'log_autolink_impression');Dollywood and reading through several post replies that their choice for favorite on many of the post was this cinnamon bread sold in Dollywood.

Yep Goldie that looks really yummy the cinnamon bread from the Donut Friar and I have had different loaves of bread from the Apple Barn and they are also great tasting but Im not sure if Ive ever had any cinnamon bread though.

I too love to use the microwave to warm up breads rolls etc just a warming can perk up a cinnamon spice or make a bread taste similar to it coming from the oven itself. Goodness... Im getting hungry again talking about this food geez my 10 extra lbs I always gain during the fall/ winter season will begin even earlier if I dont stop obsessing over these cinnamon sweet concoctions which could turn easily to 15 -20 lbs gained and thats not good for me to have to lose before the Florida vacation visit lol ...;)

If you go to (ta && ta.queueForLoad ? ta.queueForLoad : function(f, g)document.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', f);)(function()ta.trackEventOnPage('postLinkInline', 'impression', 'postLinks-87356027', '');, 'log_autolink_impression');the Old Mill Pottery House, I would not hesitate to try their cinnamon raisin bread, but I am pretty sure it does not have the crumbs on top, but I have never had anything bad at that restaurant. If you see a Bob Evans restaurant around PF, you could try their cinnamon bread which they currently have. You will just have to taste all bread and give us a review of each.

I once read somewhere that IF you were NOT planning on going to (ta && ta.queueForLoad ? ta.queueForLoad : function(f, g)document.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', f);)(function()ta.trackEventOnPage('postLinkInline', 'impression', 'postLinks-87356747', '');, 'log_autolink_impression');Dollywood BUT wanted to make a purchase in one of their shops...that you could get a pass to go into the park for up to 15 minutes. IF you stayed longer than 15 minutes, then you had to pay the admission fee. I cannot recall where I read this. IF you are interested in this idea to get in to buy the cinnamon bread....please call Dollywood first to confirm this is accurate. To avoid the parking fee, ride the trolley.

The cinnamon bread at the Donut Friar is the only thing we have ever had from there that was absolutely terrible. No comparison to (ta && ta.queueForLoad ? ta.queueForLoad : function(f, g)document.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', f);)(function()ta.trackEventOnPage('postLinkInline', 'impression', 'postLinks-87359339', '');, 'log_autolink_impression');Dollywood! The cinnamon raisin bread at the Pottery House Café is very good but not nearly as good as Dollywood.

A close copycat of the Dollywood Cinnamon Bread purchased from The Grist Mill in the park, this buttery pull apart bread is coated generously with cinnamon and sugar and is a delicious substitute for the real thing!

If you've ever visited The Grist Mill at Dollywood, no doubt you have come into contact with their world famous cinnamon bread. The strong aroma of cinnamon, sugar, and yeast dough is impossible to miss as soon as you step inside. The bakers behind the camera are in plain sight, coating loaf after loaf with melted butter and cinnamon sugar before pushing giant pans of unbaked bread into the ovens. It's undeniably one of the park's most popular food options with over 200,000 loaves of Dollywood cinnamon bread being sold each year!

The bread is tender, elastic, buttery, and absolutely covered in a crunchy shell of cinnamon and sugar. Some folks choose to drizzle it with a simple powdered sugar glaze, and others eat it plain while it's still warm (I recommend the latter).

A recipe for the Dollywood cinnamon bread was published in Dolly's Dixie Fixin's, a cookbook published years ago with all proceeds benefiting Dolly's Imagination Library program.

It's been over a year (thank you, COVID) since we've visited Dollywood, so I watched a couple of YouTube videos (like this one) to study the footage of the bakers in the grist mill creating Dollywood cinnamon bread.

With a sharp knife, make 4 deep cuts horizontally across the dough after it is done resting. This allows the cinnamon, sugar, and butter coating to seep into the bread as deep as possible. Also, Dollywood does it. So I have to as well.

For the best flavor and texture, store your cinnamon bread in an airtight container at room temperature- no need to worry about it spoiling! Properly stored and sealed, this delicious treat will remain tender for up to four days.

Every year, the Grist Mill at Dollywood dazzles visitors with its delicious smell of fresh-baked cinnamon bread. What goes on inside? Well, it takes over 212 thousand loaves and 1 tonne of cinnamon to make this tasty treat. Step into a time machine as you learn about how grist mills work and discover what made them so unique in days gone by!

When stored properly, homemade dollywood cinnamon bread will last up to a week in the refrigerator or up to three months in the freezer. Make sure to wrap it tightly in plastic wrap or aluminum foil before storing. 041b061a72


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