Find easy recipes for rich and sticky homemade cinnamon buns and rolls including wholemeal and gluten free versions.
These American favourites are relatively easy to make, and nothing's better for Christmas morning!
Cinnamon rolls for the lazy baker. Go easy on yourself and use shop bought puff pasty for minimum effort and maximum output.
Make these the night before as the dough rises in the fridge overnight. Bake the next morning for breakfast or brunch. Easy and delicious. Enjoy!
These yummy cinnamon buns, or Franzbrötchen are a specialty from the city of Hamburg. A lovely light yeast dough is rolled with an irresistible filling of butter, sugar and cinnamon.
They're soft, sticky and full of flavour. I adapted them from Todd Wilburs Recipe for cinnabon cinnamon rolls. I make mine in muffin cases in muffin tins as there is less washing up, they are less messy to eat and easier to take with you.
My take on a cinnamon swirl in perfect bite size pieces.
These sweet and sticky buns have comfort food written all over them. Top with cream cheese icing if you're really feeling indulgent.
Once you try these cinnamon rolls, no other recipe will stand a chance. These are delightfully sticky and gooey with the perfect cinnamon filling and vanilla icing, and just the right amount of butter to make them moist and full of flavour. You can skip the nuts in the filling or substitute with walnuts or currants or raisins, or a mix.
Cinnamon rolls can be a arduous affair, but not with this recipe! Ready in less than 90 minutes, you can have warm cinnamon rolls straight from the oven ready before the rest of the family wakes up.
Based on the traditional Scandinavian cinnamon buns, these are just as satisfying but without the addictive qualities or spike in insulin caused by glucose.