Indulge in Homemade Delight: Easy Recipe for Soft and Scrumptious Cinnamon Rolls

Can I use instant yeast with dried yeast?

Indeed, with this recipe you may use quick yeast in place of dried yeast. But you may need to make a little amount adjustment; for the precise conversion, refer to the manufacturer’s instructions.

Could I freeze the unbaked cinnamon rolls for later?

Unquestionably. Shaped rolls may be frozen until hard on a baking sheet, then moved to a freezer bag for long-term preservation. Just wait them to defrost and rise at room temperature before baking as normal when you’re ready.

Could I make these cinnamon rolls without using eggs?

Though they give the rolls their richness and texture, you may leave them out if you must. Though a little less soft, the rolls will still be excellent.

How long do these cinnamon buns keep fresh?

The day these cinnamon buns are made, the better they taste. Any leftovers, meanwhile, keep for up to two days at room temperature or five days in the refrigerator when kept in an airtight container. Just give them a little microwave or oven reheating before serving.

Can I change the cinnamon roll filling?

Unquestionably. To the cinnamon-sugar mixture, add chopped nuts, raisins, or even chocolate chips to get creative with the filling before rolling up the dough.

You’re prepared to start making cinnamon rolls with these frequently asked questions addressed. Best wishes for baking and indulgence!


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  • 230 ml warm milk
  • 1 and 1/2 tablespoons of sugar
  • 2 teaspoons of dry yeast 8g
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon of vanilla sugar 8g
  • 1 teaspoon of salt
  • 2 cups and 3/4 of wheat flour 360g
  • 2 tablespoons butter at room temperature
  • Sugar and cinnamon for sprinkling


  • The Dough Mixing
  • Stir the sugar, dry yeast, egg, vanilla sugar, and salt into a large basin. Stir until every item is completely combined. Stirring until a smooth dough develops, progressively add the wheat flour as the mixture comes together. When the dough becomes too heavy to stir, it's time to roll up your sleeves and give it a final hand knead until it's the right consistency.
  • The Dough Resting
  • Once kneading, form the dough into a ball and set it aside in a basin. Give the dough a good half-hour to rest after covering the bowl with plastic film. A light and fluffy texture is the result of the yeast doing its magic.
  • Shaping the Rolls
  • Press the dough lightly to expel any air bubbles once it has rested. Make twelve equal balls out of the dough. To keep the dough balls from drying out, place them on a floured board and cover with plastic wrap.
  • Making Baking Ready
  • To be sure your oven is nice and toasty for baking, preheat it to 180°C. Roll out every dough ball into a disc, then use a knife to make three parallel slashes in the middle of each disc. To enable expansion during baking, space out the prepared dough on a baking sheet.
  • Perfect Baking
  • The rolls should take around 15 to 20 minutes to develop a beautiful golden brown after sliding the baking sheet into the preheated oven. Watch them closely to make sure they don't overbrown and to get out wet and absolutely delicate.
  • The Last Touch
  • Perfectly made buns should be taken out of the oven and dusted with cinnamon and sugar. Your cinnamon buns are elevated to unresistible heights of taste by this last touch, which provides an additional layer of sweetness and warmth.
  • Serving and Taking Pleasure
  • The nicest part is now serving and indulging in your freshly made cinnamon buns. These delicate and aromatic delicacies are sure to make people smile and warm their hearts whether you indulge in them for breakfast, lunch, or dessert. Assemble your loved ones, make a cup of tea or coffee, and relish each delicious mouthful.