Cinnamon Rolls Recipe

Bart’s Cinnamon Rolls Recipe – This cinnamon roll recipe produces perfectly light and fluffy cinnamon rolls every time! So simple to make, this is a family favorite cinnamon roll recipe! 

Bart's Cinnamon Rolls - This cinnamon roll recipe produces perfectly light and fluffy cinnamon rolls every time! So simple to make, this is a family favorite cinnamon roll recipe! // addapinch.com

Cinnamon rolls are one of my favorite things in the whole wide world.

Good cinnamon rolls that is.

I hate to say it, but I’m kinda picky about them.

I like my cinnamon rolls to be tender and not too bready, with the perfect ratio of cinnamon, and with just the right amount of cream cheese icing on the top.

My mouth is watering just thinking about them.

I have a confession to make about this recipe.

It’s my husband’s.

He is the cinnamon roll maker around our house and until recently, he kept his recipe a secret.

He took his mother’s prized cinnamon roll recipe and tweaked it just a bit to turn out the most absolutely perfect cinnamon rolls I’ve ever tasted.

Goodness gracious am I ever thankful he’s finally sharing his recipe.

I think you’ll be pretty thankful for his cinnamon roll recipe, too.

Here’s how he makes them.

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Pour the yeast and sugar into your warmed milk.

Note, the milk should not be warmed above 100ºF or it will kill the yeast. You can double check them temperature with an instant read thermometer.

Allow the yeast to bubble.

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Mix in the butter, salt, eggs, and flour. Mix until well-combined.

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Turn the dough onto a lightly floured counter. Gently knead to form a soft dough.

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Place the dough in a large buttered glass bowl. Now, let the dough work it’s magic and rise until the dough has doubled in size.

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Place the dough onto a large lightly floured surface. We use one end of our island countertop for rolling the dough.

If you are limited on space, divide dough in half and repeat the next steps for each portion of the dough.

Roll the dough to about 1/4 inch thickness.

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Spread softened butter on your dough.

I’ll declare, this is one of the most important steps to a yummy cinnamon roll. Don’t skimp.

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Mix together your brown sugar and cinnamon and sprinkle liberally all over the buttered dough.

I like for my cinnamon rolls to taste like cinnamon rolls. So this is a good balance of cinnamon and sugar for the filling. It’s absolutely perfect for me, but if there is any area to make your own with this recipe, it would be the portion of cinnamon and sugar for the filling. You could reduce if you like.

But I wouldn’t.

Bart's Cinnamon Rolls - This cinnamon roll recipe produces perfectly light and fluffy cinnamon rolls every time! So simple to make, this is a family favorite cinnamon roll recipe! // addapinch.com

Make sure you’ve gotten every little bit of your your dough covered with the cinnamon and sugar filling. You’ll want every little bite to have some of this deliciousness.

Bart's Cinnamon Rolls - This cinnamon roll recipe produces perfectly light and fluffy cinnamon rolls every time! So simple to make, this is a family favorite cinnamon roll recipe! // addapinch.com

Gently begin rolling the long edge of your dough.

Bart's Cinnamon Rolls - This cinnamon roll recipe produces perfectly light and fluffy cinnamon rolls every time! So simple to make, this is a family favorite cinnamon roll recipe! // addapinch.com

Roll.

Bart's Cinnamon Rolls - This cinnamon roll recipe produces perfectly light and fluffy cinnamon rolls every time! So simple to make, this is a family favorite cinnamon roll recipe! // addapinch.com

Roll.

Bart's Cinnamon Rolls - This cinnamon roll recipe produces perfectly light and fluffy cinnamon rolls every time! So simple to make, this is a family favorite cinnamon roll recipe! // addapinch.com

And roll.

Bart's Cinnamon Rolls - This cinnamon roll recipe produces perfectly light and fluffy cinnamon rolls every time! So simple to make, this is a family favorite cinnamon roll recipe! // addapinch.com

Grab a long piece of dental floss or thread, about a foot long, and slide it under one end of your rolled dough.

Quickly pull the two ends of your thread together to cut the dough at about 3/4 to 1  inch.

Bart's Cinnamon Rolls - This cinnamon roll recipe produces perfectly light and fluffy cinnamon rolls every time! So simple to make, this is a family favorite cinnamon roll recipe! // addapinch.com

Place rolls onto a buttered, rimmed baking sheet and allow the rolls to rise for 30 minutes. Go ahead and turn on your oven to 400 degrees now to be preheating for baking.

Stare at your sweet puppy or play with your kids during this part. Or, better yet, you could go ahead and mix up your icing.

Whatever floats your boat.

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Pop your cinnamon rolls into your oven and bake until your rolls are slightly brown and not doughy. For my oven, this takes about 15 – 25 minutes.

Now is not the time to run off and do something really involved. Stick close to your oven.

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You absolutely, without a doubt, do NOT want to over bake these babies. That would be an absolute travesty.

Bart's Cinnamon Rolls - This cinnamon roll recipe produces perfectly light and fluffy cinnamon rolls every time! So simple to make, this is a family favorite cinnamon roll recipe! // addapinch.com

When they are done, they should look like this. Oh my goodness, I’ve just gained another five pounds just looking at this picture. But wait, the other five comes in just a second.

Bart's Cinnamon Rolls - This cinnamon roll recipe produces perfectly light and fluffy cinnamon rolls every time! So simple to make, this is a family favorite cinnamon roll recipe! // addapinch.com

And there it is. The most perfect cinnamon roll I’ve ever put into my mouth.

Thank you sweetheart for sharing your recipe. Now I get to make your cinnamon rolls whenever the fancy strikes me.

Make Ahead!

Bake the cinnamon rolls as directed in the recipe and then let them cool completely. Then, wrap them well with plastic wrap followed by foil. To serve, thaw them in the refrigerator overnight. Then, remove both wraps, and reheat in a 300°F oven for about 10 minutes until they are warmed through. Once they are warmed throughout, frost them while still warm and serve!

Bart's Cinnamon Rolls - This cinnamon roll recipe produces perfectly light and fluffy cinnamon rolls every time! So simple to make, this is a family favorite cinnamon roll recipe! // addapinch.com

Here’s his Cinnamon Roll Recipe. I think you are going to love ’em!

Yield: 24

Cinnamon Roll Recipe

Total Time 1 hour 45 minutes
Prep Time 1 hour 30 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Bart's Cinnamon Rolls Recipe - This cinnamon roll recipe produces perfectly light and fluffy cinnamon rolls every time! So simple to make, this is a family favorite cinnamon roll recipe!
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Ingredients

Cinnamon Roll Dough:

  • 1 cup warm milk
  • 2 1/4 teaspoons 1 packet yeast
  • 1/2 cup granulated sugar
  • 1/2 cup melted butter
  • 2 teaspoons Kosher salt
  • 2 large eggs
  • 4 1/2 cups all-purpose flour + a little for handling

Cinnamon Roll Filling:

  • 1 cup packed brown sugar
  • 2 1/2 tablespoons cinnamon
  • 1/2 cup butter

Cinnamon Roll Frosting:

  • 1/2 cup butter softened
  • 1 1/2 cup confectioners sugar
  • 1/4 cup cream cheese
  • 1/2 tablespoon vanilla
  • 1/8 teaspoon Kosher salt

Directions

Cinnamon Roll Dough:

  1. Add yeast and sugar to warm milk in a large bowl. Stir gently to combine and allow the yeast to foam to proof. Once the yeast has proofed, stir in melted butter, salt, eggs, and flour into yeast mixture. Gently mix until well-combined.
  2. Turn dough onto a lightly floured surface and knead for 10-12 minutes. Form the dough into a large ball and place into a large buttered glass bowl. Cover lightly with plastic or with a tea towel and place in a warm location free of any drafts. Allow to rise so that the dough is doubled in size.

Cinnamon Roll Filling:

  1. Place dough on a large lightly floured surface and roll to a 1/4 inch thickness. Spread softened butter over the top of the dough.
  2. Stir together the brown sugar and cinnamon and sprinkle generously all over the buttered dough.
  3. Tightly roll the dough, beginning at the long edge, until a log of dough has been formed.
  4. Cut the dough into 3/4-inch to 1-inch slices and place onto a lightly buttered sheet pan.

Baking and Icing:

  1. Preheat oven to 400º Fahrenheit.
  2. Allow rolls to rise for 30 minutes on sheet pan.
  3. Place rolls into oven and allow to cook until lightly browned and cooked through, but not overcooked, about 15-20 minutes.
  4. While cinnamon rolls are baking, prepare cream cheese frosting by creaming together butter, confectioner's sugar, cream cheese, vanilla and salt.
  5. Remove cinnamon rolls from the oven and allow to cool slightly.
  6. Spread frosting generously over rolls while they are warm.

Notes

Stand Mixer Instructions: Use your stand mixer fitted with the dough hook once the yeast has proofed. Stir in melted butter, salt, eggs, and flour. Gently mix until well-combined. Continue using the dough hook to knead dough in mixer for 6-8 minutes. Continue on with the recipe as instructed.

All images and text © Robyn Stone for Add a Pinch

Enjoy!
Robyn xo

Bart's Cinnamon Rolls - This cinnamon roll recipe produces perfectly light and fluffy cinnamon rolls every time! So simple to make, this is a family favorite cinnamon roll! // addapinch.com

From the Add a Pinch recipe archives. Originally published 2010.

247 comments on “Cinnamon Rolls Recipe”

  1. Hi Robyn,

    I made these a while ago and they were a hit. I am thinking of making these the night before. My thought is it will be fine to prepare as you do through the baking stage, cool completely, and then wrap with plastic & foil and leave on the counter until the morning. I will rewarm in the morning and then put on the icing. I am guessing it may dry them out to refrigerate them and in this case it doesn’t make sense to freeze. Let me know what you think when you get a chance.

    Love your recipes!

    • Hi Suzanne – Yes that should work.
      We make these the night before all the time and just cover them or wrap them well after they’ve completely cooles you mention doing.
      I hope you enjoy them! They are a favorite in my family! Thanks so much! xo

  2. I’ve made these several times now and they are perfect! I take them in to work, and everyone loves them(we are all mechanics). Thank you for sharing such a wonderful recipe!

    • I’m thrilled that you enjoy these! I know your coworkers look forward to the days you bake them too! Thanks so much for sharing this with me!

      • If I take to a tailgate. Can I ice them at home and reheat in fool on a grill or just eat cold?

      • Hi –
        I’ve never reheated on foil on a grill, but I’d make sure to not put the foil over the icing. They are delicious served at room temperature as well. I hope you enjoy them at your tailgate party.
        Thanks!

  3. Can these be frozen at any stage

    • Hi Julia,
      I recommend using the make ahead instructions I included in the post. Let me know if you have any more questions on it! xo

  4. Is it ok to. Prepare the night before and bake in the morning?

  5. I have no idea what I’m doing, is there any chance you can upload some videos of how to make this?

  6. I have been making cinnamon rolls for many years. Hands down this is the best recipe I have made. I will not be searching for any other recipe again. This is my keeper!

  7. Thank you for this recipe! It was my first attempt at making cinnamon rolls and it was a huge success. Everyone simply loved them. But just for reference, if you want to try a slight alteration that I tried I found a brown sugar and cinnamon cream cheese which I used for the icing instead of regular cream cheese. Yum!

  8. Hi,
    I tried once in Melborne this delicious roll and never forget it’s taste.
    I wonder how they would taste without frosting? In this case, do i’d have to add some more brown sugar in the filling? Thanks from France!

    • Hi Kim –
      I’m not sure how these would taste without frosting and haven’t modified this recipe to bake it as you are describing. This is an heirloom family recipe we make often and it’s absolutely delicious! I hope you enjoy it! Thanks so much! xo

  9. Hi I was wondering if you used instant yeast or traditional because apparently I can’t get the yeast part right lol

  10. Hi, That is wonderful that you and your husband bake together-very sweet!
    When you say “yeast”, do you mean INSTANT dry active or regular? What brand and type do you use?

    Thank you!
    Meredith

  11. Simply delicious and I didn’t even do the frosting. I thought extra calories:)

  12. So disappointed these didn’t work at all for me! I have made other recipes before and they worked well. With this one my dough was way too wet and I have no idea why- used the 1 cup milk, 1/2 c butter and 2 eggs like instructed but I ended up adding closer to 5 1/2 or 6 cups flour and they were still too wet! Tried to rise and no luck, I finally pitched it all! No idea what went wrong, but sure bummed! They looked delicious

    • Hi Ang,
      I’m really sorry they didn’t turn out for you! I wish I could say what went wrong, but I can’t say for certain. I hope that if you try them again you enjoy them. They are so delicious and have been a favorite in our family for years.
      Thank you so much! xo

    • My dough came out very sticky and soft too but I added more flour (about another third of a cup) and it ended up being perfect! Very yummy and fluffy! Wonder how could I make the filling thicker? I used double the sugar and cinnamon but by the time it cooked, it ended up being just a dusting of cinnamon in the layers. Is there a way of making it more of a filling? Also made some with cocoa powder instead of the cinnamon which I thought were even better!

      • Hi Gabriella,
        I’m so happy you enjoyed these! They are a family heirloom recipe that we’ve enjoyed for years! If you look at all of the photos I shared in this post, there is a lot of cinnamon mixture layered on there. I hope the information here helps you. Thanks! xo

    • Ang, if you are a ” spoon the flour in the cup”, as I am, STOP, for this recipe, this is a scoop and go recipe….:)….

  13. These were so good! I got compliments on them and they were all devoured at a party. I had lots of requests for the recipe, as well as my roommate insisting that I must have sprinkled something more addicting than cinnamon in these rolls. The dental floss trick is also great to ensure they come out looking perfect. Thank you for a great recipe.

  14. Loved, Loved, Loved these. The recipe was easy to follow and they turned out like Cinnabon quality Cinnamon Rolls. Absolutely loved them, my family and I really enjoyed them. This will be my go to recipe from now on for sure. This is my second time making Cinnamon Rolls, the other recipe I used they turned out well, but with this one I couldn’t have asked for better results. Thanks for sharing this recipe!

    • What a compliment, Terrell! I’m just thrilled that you loved them! These Cinnamon Rolls are special in our family, so I’m certainly fond of them too! I hope they become a tradition for your family as well!
      Thanks so much!

  15. How long do these have to rest to double in size?

  16. Made them a couple of day ago; they are by far the best cinnamon rolls I have ever had! Thank you for sharing the recipe. I will be making these again!

  17. Hey Robyn, if I wanted to make these in advance and freeze them would you recommend letting them rise for the full hour and then freezing them? Or should I freeze them once they are cut and then let them defrost in the refrigerator and THEN bring them out and let them rise?

    Thanks!

    • Hi Abby,
      I’ve shared the Make Ahead method that I use in the writing of this post – it’s just above the recipe. If I’m making them ahead of time, I’ve had best results with this method.
      I hope you enjoy them! Thanks so much! xo

  18. Hello!

    I will be makin these yummy cinnamon buns this weekend for Easter! I am a bit of a baking novice, so I just had a question about the yeast! Did you use Instant or regular yeast for your recipe? Thanks so much!! Can’t wait to do some baking!

  19. Great recipe. Worked out well.

  20. I was curious if you put a layer on parchment under your baking tray, if not do you grease?

  21. Hey Robyn, what size sheet pan for the 24 rolls? A full-size sheet pan 26 by 18 in or a half sheet pan 18 by 13 in???

    Thanks!

  22. My Thanksgiving pecan tartlets (my most requested treat) did not turn out very well this time. I decided to bring your delightful cinnamon rolls to compensate. I have made them several times and they are completely delicious and foolproof.
    I know they will get rave reviews .
    Thank you for saving my Thanksgiving and my baking reputation.

  23. These cinnamon rolls are so good, even without frosting! I made them plain because I didn’t have ingredients to top them. Anyway, they were delicious! I’m going to make some on Christmas Eve to bake and eat on Christmas Day! Hopefully this new tradition keeps going! 🙂

  24. This is my favorite Add A PInch recipe! (see above comment–#201)

  25. I made these last year for Christmas morning breakfast, and they were such a hit. My husband requested them again, and luckily I was able to find your recipe! I can’t remember though, how long does the dough need to double it’s size? I remember last year making them in the evening, but I can’t remember if it was the night before Christmas or two nights before. I want to make sure I plan accordingly for how much time I need!

    • Hi Kate!
      I’m so glad that you and your husband enjoyed the cinnamon rolls! They are always a family favorite at my house, too. The dough usually takes about 30 minutes to double in size for me. You can always encourage the rise time by placing the dough into a warm oven (turned off) or even on top of a heating pad works! 🙂

      I hope you have a wonderful Christmas! xo

  26. These look delicious! Going to try for Christmas morning and thank you for all your wonderful recipes.

  27. These are now a family staple. Thank you!

    • That is wonderful to hear, Colleen! We love them too – They definitely are a part of our holiday – and many other special times – every single year! Thanks so much! xo

  28. I want to tell you how much I love this recipe of yours! It’s as close to Cinnabon as it gets! I tried numerous cinnamon roll recipes before I found this one. This won my heart and soul! I’ve used this recipe ever since then and is now surely a family recipe. I’ve tried to make it into my own with my own little tweaks, but not so much different from the original. Tonight, I decisive to try using Alton Brown’s technique by letting the rolls proof in a preheated oven (heated at 200 degrees Fahrenheit and then turned off). I let it proof for 30 minutes and then preheated the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit (never took out the rolls). At 25 minutes, it was done. They usually come out underdone at 30 minutes (350 degrees Fahrenheit). I’ll blame that on our oven! Other stuff I changed up was just a pinch more of this and that, here and there…like, more cinnamon to the sugar and 1/2 cup more of the ratio. I love it extra gooey and cinnamon can become pretty sticky.
    Thanks so much for this recipe! It’s become a family tradition for us! My kids love helping me make this and requests for their mommy’s “bun bun” as they call it.
    If you’re looking for the perfect cinnamon roll recipe, this is IT!

  29. Thank You Robyn for sharing this fabulous five star recipe. I made it for the family for the first time today and they loved every bite. Everyone from the kids to the seniors raved over these. These Cinnamon rolls are by far the most delicious I’ve ever tasted. This will definately be a New Years tradition from now on.

  30. Can you make frosting without cream cheese , don’t have any and too cold to go out . what are your suggestions .

    Rating: 5
  31. Is the baking temperature really 400?  Most recipes I’ve seen call for 350.  I sure don’t want to overbake these beauties!

  32. I made the dough in my bread maker, worked great. I also made the icing with melted butter, icing sugar and milk because I didn’t have cream cheese. I froze them icing and all and just zap them in the microwave for 30 seconds. They are delicious!

    Rating: 5
  33. HI,
    So I have made the yeast portion of the recipe twice and I can’t get my yeast to proof??? I checked the date on my yeast and it says its still good. Just curious???

    • Hi Sarah,
      There are a few reasons why yeast may not proof. You’ll want to check the temperature of your milk as you add your yeast. If it is too cold, it will a lot longer for the yeast to activate and if it is too hot, it will kill the yeast. Also, some find that if they use a glass bowl that their yeast will proof more easily than if they use another type of bowl, specifically metal. Good luck! xo

  34. Oh WOW. Thank you so much for such a wonderful recipe and easy to understand instructions. Reading the other comments I realize I got lucky with the first cinnamon roll recipe I chose! I’ve made these for the first time last Spring, they were AMAZING and I couldn’t believe how easy they were! I have another batch rising as I type this and wanted to comment and rate your recipe.

    I’ve always been a bit “frightened” of yeast. My mom was my guidepost for motherhood and one of her gifts to us was making the best baked goods known to man. However, even she found yeast occasionally challenging so for years I didn’t even try. I am so touched that you’ve shared your family heirloom with us all; I only wish I’d have been able to share it with mom. 🙂 This will go into my recipe book (with proper credit as “Burt’s Cinnamon Rolls”) and has already become a family tradition in our home. Thank you so much!

    Rating: 5
    • What a touching comment, Cathy! I’m so happy you enjoy these! I bet your mom was an amazing baker!
      I’m so happy that Bart’s Cinnamon Rolls are becoming a part of your family tradition as well!
      Thank you so much! xo

  35. Just made these. Unfortunately, mine turned out incredibly dry. I’m so sad because it took 2 1/2 hours to prep and cook. I followed the directions exactly as they were written. I guess It just wasn’t meant to be. 🙁

    Rating: 2
    • Hi Haylee,
      I hate that they were dry! Here are a few tips for next time – make sure that you aren’t adding to much flour as you are rolling out your cinnamon rolls as too much flour used when rolling will cause the cinnamon rolls to be drier than they should. Also, carefully watch the cinnamon rolls as they are baking to make sure that they are not over baked. Different ovens bake differently and you’ll want to watch the cinnamon rolls to make sure they are taken out of the oven when they are cooked throughout and lightly golden brown. xo

  36. Hi. I live in Colorado Springs. Our elevation is 6000. What recipe changes do you recommend for a higher elevation?

  37. Hi- these cinnamon rolls sound Devine! We have an egg allergy- is it possible to eliminate the egg and keep the texture or flavor? 

  38. Wow these turned out amazing!! Pillowy, fluffy, buttery DELICIOUSNESS! Would absolutely make it again! I might add a little more cream cheese to the frosting because I like my frosting to be super cream cheesy 🙂 

    Rating: 5
  39. Quick question. Do you use Active dry yeast or Rapid rise instant yeast? I have both but wasn’t sure which one would be best. I can’t wait to make them.
    Thank you

  40. I was thinking of trying to make these, but I am terrible with anything outside of digital art! I’m concerned about the yeast portion, I’ve never baked anything like this (all I’ve ever made is bread in a bread machine, banana bread, apple bread, and muffins, not counting boxed recipes). All I have is Red Star, Active Dry Yeast, and it’s refrigerated and slightly old. Do you think it’ll work? I’ll try to make them anyway, and I’ll tell you if it works out, I hope it does!

    • Hi –
      These cinnamon rolls are one of our family favorites and so delicious! I can’t say for certain, but if you feel that your yeast is slightly old, it might be better to start with fresh yeast just to be sure the rolls rise as they should.
      I hope you enjoy them! xo

  41. My boyfriend and I made these DELICIOUS rolls today. My roommates tried them and said they were the best cinnamon rolls they’ve ever had… better than Cinnabon! I’d recommend to anyone and we will be adding this recipe to our book. Thank you!!

    Rating: 5
  42. It’s the second day of spring and I found myself inside due to the snow. I tried this recipe and followed the directions to the letter and the rolls came out perfect! My in-laws braved the storm to come to our farm to try them out and they were not disappointed. I hope it snows tomorrow.

  43. Im in the process of making these, this morning. Dough is rising now…. As I was reading through the comments, I found another poster that had the same problem I had this morning…. I have to us a mixer due to lack of hand dexterity… I simply HATE it when this happens… Followed recipe to the T, put everything in the mixer, is was TOO WET, I had adjusted, and HOPEFULLY these will turn out just was delish as everyone is talking about….My star rating at this point until Ive completed the project is due to the Too Wet batter…When Ive completed this recipe I will come back and change it.

    Rating: 2
  44. Its Monday 2/26/2018, Post this morning about the dough too wet….Well, I am a perfectionist.. Send hubby to the store for more flour and I start over…. i had learn to spoon my flour into the measuring cup because of get too much flour… With said said, moving forward…. On the second try this afternoon I just scooped and dumped the flour, etc……Many, many thanks, and hugs to the family for sharing this recipe… I have baked many cinnamon rolls in the past, I PROMISE this is a KEEPER for me….Five stars totally….lol, hubby said they are for dinner…:)…..Many blessings…

    Rating: 5
  45. i was able to follow the ingredients and get the results we enjoyed. my proofing and rising time was a lot longer but that worked out with all my house chores.
    thank you for sharing a recipe that was easy to follow.

    Rating: 5
  46. Ive made this recipe numerous times. My family absolutely loves them. I add more cream cheese to the frosting but thats the only adjustment. I highly recommend this recipe and i love the way its written. I understood it right away and was never confused. Thank you for this recipe.

    Rating: 5
  47. Hi,

    I plan to make these this week weekend but have a question about the ingredient list…is one packet of yeast equal to 2 and 1/4 tsp or is it one packet plus 2 and 1/4 tsp? Just want to make sure I use the right amount. Thanks!

  48. Hi Robyn, This was my first time making cinnamon rolls– thank you for all the photos, and giving me the confidence to do this!  They were GREAT! I found your recipe via Google, and seeing all the positive reviews drew me in. My husband loves Dunkin Donuts cinnamon rolls, and says these are waaaaaay better!  🙂 Music to a baker’s ears!  I mentioned that there are a LOT of other cinnamon roll recipes I could try, he said, “No!  You found the right one!” Thanks again!!  I’ll post a photo on my blog with a link back to your recipe shortly.

    Rating: 5
  49. This was my first go at cinnamon rolls and they were a huge hit!! My husband isn’t a breakfast person and he ate the most. My kids LOVED them and they gave me many compliments as well. Love the amount of icing made as it doesn’t skimp for sure! I will definitely only ever use this recipe! Thank you for sharing it!

    Rating: 5

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