Gahhhhhh! I am both insanely stoked and incredibly nervous today. I have been working on something HUGE and this is the big reveal! So let me give you a little bit of background information here…
This past year I made it one of my goals to conquer my fear of working with yeast doughs. I made cinnamon rolls and I made bread and I made rolls and pizza, and I tried a whole bunch of different dough recipes in the process. But as you know, I’m not the most patient of people. (enough said….) And being not-so-patient made it really difficult for me to love working with dough because so many dough recipes require lots and lots of rising time, and kneading, and punching down the dough, and rising again…. It’s too much for me. If I’m in the mood for ______ (cinnamon rolls, pizza, etc), then I kind of want it pronto. Like, yesterday.
This past summer I decided to see if I could make a simpler, much quicker dough than the ones I’d been finding on the internet, in cookbooks, etc. Well…. I did it. I made a simple dough that doesn’t require a million years of rising time and I used it to make the chewiest, best tasting soft pretzels known to mankind. But then something incredible happened. I decided to do something crazy and try to use the same dough that I used for soft pretzels to make cinnamon rolls. Sounds totally nuts right?? I tried it, and it WORKED! Not only did it work, but my brother who does not like cinnamon rolls (that’s just sinful but we won’t go into that right now) sampled them and said they were the best cinnamon rolls he’d ever tasted and that all of the things he didn’t like about cinnamon rolls were actually fixed in this recipe! Woah.
And then I went hog-wild. I started trying this new miraculous dough with everything I could imagine. The results were incredible and my mind was blown! One easy dough for all of my favorite foods?? Amazing. Just amazing. So I named it Miracle Dough: the one-stop dough for sweet and savory recipes.
So what’s the deal with this dough? Let me break it down for you: this dough has 5 INGREDIENTS. That’s it. Just 5 ingredients, no eggs, no milk, just 5 simple ingredients. And one of those ingredients is water so that hardly even counts as an ingredient! And the other key part of this dough is how long it takes to prep. 30 MINUTES. Just 30 minutes including rising time! Seriously, start to finish, in 30 minutes or less you’ll have fluffy dough sitting on your counter ready to rock n’ roll for whatever finger-lickin-good recipe you’re about to whip up. (please do share…) And guess what?? You may have already used Miracle Dough and you didn’t even know it! Remember these recipes??
Yep – all made with Miracle Dough. So are you convinced yet?? Good! Now get your copy pronto – I can’t wait to see what you make with this fun dough! Oh and if you do use Miracle Dough be sure to snap a photo of your creation and share it with the hashtag #operationMD 🙂
I really want to access the Miracle Dough eCookbook!!
Is the Miracle Dough ecookbook still available? I tried several times to click on the link that you put on the post in Pinterest, but it isn’t working. I would like to try the Miracle Dough recipe.
I too have been using an abundance of different recipes for bread along with sweet doughs. It crazy!! Lol. My concern is, what’s the best place to leave dough to rise. From what I’ve tried, leaving it out on the counter in the kitchen doesn’t allow the dough to rise and grow that big as recipes state. I do have a proof setting on my stove and used it a few times too. I found that to be the best way to have dough proof and rise.
Hi, I tried to buy the e-book, but cannot find it anywhere