What's Cookin' with Jennifer Fisher

The jewelry designer makes one of her go-to's: cinnamon roll bread. Yum!

Food, Cuisine, Baked goods, Dessert, Dish, Baking, Ingredient, American food, Bread, Recipe,
Liz Von Hoene

Jennifer Fisher, the former stylist turned jewelry designer (more specifically, hoop guru) has a new frontier she's embarking on: the kitchen. She's been spending a ton of time there, so much in fact, she's since created a custom-blend line of salts that she can't keep stocked (check out @jenniferfisherkitchen). In our inaugural edition of "What's Cookin'," Jennifer makes a classic brunch dessert that is not only universally loved, but pretty easy to execute. 

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Yields: 1
For Bread:
1 c.

organic sugar

2 c.

organic flour

1 tbsp.

baking powder

1/2 tsp.



organic egg

1 c.


1/3 c.

vegetable oil

For "Swirl In":
2 tsp.


1/3 c.

organic sugar

For Topping:
4 tbsp.

butter, softened

2 c.

powdered organic sugar

1 tsp.


3 tbsp.

milk substitute

  1. Preheat over to 350 degrees
  2. Combine the "swirl-in" ingredients
  3. Combine the sugar, flour, baking powder and salt
  4. Beat the egg, milk and oil
  5. Grease the loaf pan and pour half of the mixture, followed by half of the cinnamon sugar mixture to swirl in
  6. Pour in the remaining batter (the pan should only be 3/4 full) and swirl in remaining cinnamon sugar
  7. Bake for 1 hour
  8. Allow to cool and remove from the pan
  9. Drizzle the icing on top

Feel free to add in variations with your "swirl in" like raisins, nuts or toffee!

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