These Homemade Cinnamon rolls with a cream cheese glaze are the best! So soft and majestic. Truly fluffy and light. Your family will fall in love with these gooey rolls. They are better than any bakery bought cinnamon rolls or Cinnabon.
Could my cinnamon rolls compete with the world’s famous cinnabon recipe? YES, YES, YES!
I guarantee that once you try them, you will never look for any other recipe.
CINNABON CINNAMON ROLL RECIPE
When I took them out of the oven I couldn’t believe how fluffy and perfect they were. I was so enthralled.
It took for me some time to develop the recipe for SOFT, BIG, FLUFFY cinnamon rolls. Does it sound delicious! 100% Because they are!!!
Let me tell you my story. I was always scared to bake with yeast. But a few weeks ago my son craved for cinnamon buns and I decided to give it a try.
I goggled the ingredient list, looked for recipes in recipe cookbooks and I started testing. The first batch was not Wow. I made changes. I was not satisfied with the second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth batches and I made more changes. After 6 huge batches, I got my PERFECT cinnamon rolls. My son couldn’t believe there were homemade rolls.
CINNAMON ROLLS INGREDIENTS
This goodness in cinnamon-roll form requires only 10 ingredients which most of us have on hand.
- Brown sugar (Personally, I prefer to use Dark brown sugar, it contains more molasses than light brown sugar and has a caramel flavor.)
- Cinnamon powder
- Vanilla extract
- Cream cheese
HOW TO MAKE CINNAMON ROLLS
Make the dough >knead the dough >shape the cinnamon rolls >rise >bake. Sounds easy? YES!
MY QUICK AND SECRET METHOD TO RISE THE DOUGH.
I usually have my cinnamon rolls dough rise in the oven. A warm oven can help your dough rise and speed up the process.
- Preheat your oven to about 140 degree or less.
- Turn it off.
- Place the dough in the center of the oven
- Allow it to rise until doubled.
I took 30-35 for the dough to rise.
Once your rolls are baked, glaze them. The glaze is truly amazing!Print
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