Congrats Stephanie! You've won the 60 oz KitchenAid 5-speed diamond blender from our friends at The Shopping Channel.
1. Congrats Stephanie! You've won the 60 oz KitchenAid 5-speed diamond blender from our friends at The Shopping Channel.
2. James Killoran
The "best cinnamon wreath ever," according to James. (We love it, too!)
3. Trish Colo
Trish had some fun in the kitchen, making our wreath with her 8 year old. You guys rocked it!
Janet flexed her baking skills for a little friday night "baker's delight." A perfect way to close out the week!
5. Julie Tran
Julie called this her not-so-perfect cinnamon wreath...but from where we're standing, it looks pretty delicious. Great job!
6. Brooke Sharpe
Brooke gets stylish with her cinnamon buns. Nice presentation!
7. Sandy Pereira
Sandy's cinnamon buns are nicely golden, with the perfect amount of icing.
8. Patricia Logan
This shot gets a beautiful pop of colour with bright Easter flowers. It looks wonderful Patricia!
9. Kimberly Hlina
There's nothing like a fresh batch of cinnamon buns cooking in the oven.
10. Elizabeth Sogor
Elizabeth added a pop of festive Easter colour to her wreath with tiny chocolate eggs. Love the add-on!
11. Katie Perkins
Katie's "feelin this cinnamon wreath" and we have to say, we are too.
12. Sara MacIntosh
Sara tells us "it didn't turn out extactly like the photo, but it was just as good." But do you want to know a secret? It took us a few tries to get it just right, too. Glad you enjoyed it!
13. Ben and Dana
This baking duo nailed it. Looks great you two!
14. Holly J Rob
"Why go to the gym when you can stay home and make cinnamon buns?" We're on the same page Holly — glad you enjoyed them!
15. Jazzmin Kaita
Jazzmin's wreath turned out beautifully! Her family loved it — "especially the soft interior and crusty top."
16. Shay Polk
Shay's first try at our wreath is loaded with golden caramelized sugar. Yum!
17. Susan Schaefer
Susan says this cinnamon bun recipe is going into her collection. They disappeared so fast, she only had time to save four for her photo!
18. Sweet Art Supplies
This close-up shows you that beautiful caramelized surface this wreath gets when baking in the oven. Mmm!
Karen got this done on her first try, with the help of our next entrant, Melissa Temling. We love to see everyone baking, great job!
20. Melissa Temling
It took Melissa a couple of tries to get to this beautiful result, but it looks like it was worth it! (We bet the first version tasted delicious, too.)
21. Nicole Axworthy
Nicole adapted our version to make it vegan, and it looks awesome.
22. Adrienne Edgar
Adrienne tells us "it smells and tastes as delicious as it looks — thanks for making me look good Chatelaine!"
Hey, you baked it, you get the credit. (That's only fair, right?) Great job!
23. local adventures
Ashley added on to our cinnamon bun recipe, baking up into sticky pecan buns. (And they look amazing.)
24. Earnestly Efficient
This entry gave us a peek at the step-by-step process. And the icing sugar drizzle is a great addition!
Emily made our wreath for an Easter Sunday centrepiece, that was "every bit as good as it looked!"
Our cooking club features one great recipe for the entire month, including a prize for the best photo entry. So spread the word to all your friends—with nearly a month to enter, fitting a new recipe onto the menu will be a breeze. If you missed this month’s challenge, stay tuned, our next challenge launches at the beginning of May.