Here's an easy alternative to buying those famous cinnamon rolls in the mall. They taste exactly the same, and the dough is made in the bread machine.
Easy to make yeasted cinnamon rolls that are tied into bow shapes and baked in a pan.
These gooey sticky buns are packet with nuts, cinnamon and sugar.
Golden brown cinnamon sugar dough knots.
My husband was the inspiration for this recipe. These rolls are extremely tasty and are not heavy. The secret to this recipe lies in the frosting.
These are truly decadent and quite sweet. Vanilla ice cream is caramelized with brown sugar to make an extra gooey bottom, and the filling is thick with plenty of cinnamon, butter and brown sugar.
This is a sweet roll with a zesty orange filling that makes a citrusy alternative to cinnamon rolls.
Your bread machine does the mixing -- all you have to do is roll out the dough, coat it with butter, cinnamon sugar and raisins or walnuts, roll it up and pop them in the oven. A powdered sugar icing seals the deal for these prize-winning rolls.
A light buttermilk yeast dough starts you off on the right foot for these gooey rolls filled with brown sugar, cinnamon and butter. Once assembled, they can be refrigerated overnight if need be, so you can wake up and pop them right in the oven.
Both all-purpose and whole-wheat flours are used in this heartier sweet bread. Extra nutty flavor comes from both walnuts and wheat germ.