There has never been a better homemade cinnamon roll recipe than this one. You can quickly get your hands on some of the best cinnamon rolls ever. But, this will be the last recipe you ever need!
It is not rocket science how that incredible dough transformed into cinnamon rolls! They manage to be both fluffy, silky, and sticky. When they’re still warm, you can practically dissolve them in your mouth. They are seriously irresistible! I could eat this entire thing myself!
To make Homemade Cinnamon Rolls
The best homemade cinnamon rolls you’ve ever had!
What you need:
To make the Dough:
- Warm milk
- Salted butter softened
- Instant dry yeast
- White granulated sugar
- All-purpose flour
For the Filling:
- Brown sugar
- Ground cinnamon
- Salted butter melted
For the Glaze:
- Cream cheese
- Vanilla extract
- Salted butter softened
- Powdered sugar
To make this recipe gluten-free (you should use these ingredients instead):
- Use an all-purpose gluten-free flour blend such as Better Batter. If the blend does not include binding agents, use Xanthan gum, arrowroot powder, or flaxseed meal.
- Use only pure vanilla extract or the ones tested and labeled as gluten-free, especially if you are extremely sensitive to gluten.
These homemade cinnamon rolls have been a crowd favorite! They are easy to make and always come out amazing!
Steps To Make Homemade Cinnamon Rolls Recipe?
Step 1: Mix yeast, sugar, salt, butter, eggs, and warm milk in a stand mixer. Sprinkle flour. Mix using a dough hook on low speed.
Step 2: Increase the speed to medium once the flour is incorporated. If the dough is not pulling away from the edges of the bowl, add additional flour. It should be tacky but not sticky. And it should be pliable. Simply add flour till the dough is right.
Step 3: Put the dough in a lightly oiled bowl. Cover and let it rise for 1 hour.
Step 4: Grease a 9×13 pan. Punch the dough and roll it into a 12×18-inch rectangle.
Step 5: Butter the dough.
Mix brown sugar and cinnamon. Sprinkle on top of melted butter. Roll firmly lengthwise to create one continuous roll. Cut the dough into 12 one-inch pieces with dental floss or a knife.
Sprinkle on top of melted butter:
Step 6: Place slices on a 9×13 pan. Cover and raise for 30–45 minutes.
Step 7: Heat oven to 325 degrees F. Bake the rolls for 14 minutes until lightly browned.
Step 8: Whip cream cheese and butter with a hand mixer until light and frothy. Mix vanilla and powdered sugar. Pour in enough milk to make a thin, pourable sauce.
Frost the rolls while warm. Serve or store for four to five days in an airtight container.
Tips and Substitutions
For this recipe, you can reduce sodium for dietary reasons. Decreasing the sodium will not affect the rising or the flavor.
Make sure to use warm milk (between 100 and 110 degrees). Or use 1% up to whole milk. Skim milk is not an option!
The scoop and sweep technique: Flour can be measured by simply filling and leveling off a standard measuring cup. But, if you want absolutely precise results, you need to weigh your flour using a kitchen scale. Even then, the amount of flour you need to add can vary, simply owing to the humidity in the air, making bread both unpredictable and forgiving. The easiest way to make these rolls is to use your sense of touch. About 125 grams of flour equals 1 cup.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is a stand mixer necessary to make the best homemade cinnamon rolls?
The first step is to knead the dough by hand after stirring it with a spoon until you can’t do it any longer. The dough is ready when it is smooth and slightly sticky to the touch, so keep kneading until the flour is completely integrated. It requires some effort, but trust me, it is worth it!
My butter should be how soft?
The butter should be at room temperature and easily smooshable. If you soften the butter in the microwave, work in modest time increments to avoid melting pools of butter.
Either salted or unsalted butter is okay to use to make these cinnamon rolls.
Is bread flour okay to use?
Yes! Use whatever you prefer! Either all-purpose flour or bread flour.
Finally, The dough should be somewhat sticky while remaining soft and flexible. It should be barely adhering to the bowl. If you add too much flour and the dough stiffens, your rolls will also become rigid. Simply touching the dough produces the sensation of a soft roll.
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