Overnight Cinnamon Rolls
Total TimePrep: 35 min. + rising Bake: 20 min.
These were easy and good, but a little dry. I could have cooked them too long - have a convection oven!
These were the worst cinnamon rolls I’ve ever tasted! Like one reviewer stated, they had the texture of cornbread. Followed the recipe exactly. Had to throw the whole batch out! What a waste of time and ingredients!
I really liked the recipe. I made a couple tweaks though. I used oat milk instead of water (that I warmed and dissolved the yeast in) as well as adding cup of starter. I added the starter to the mixing bowl then added the oat mild w/yeast and proceeding as directed on the directions. They were moist and a little tangy. Very good.
I cut the recipe in half. Very easy way to prepare cinnamon rolls. Thank you, Chris, for sharing this recipe.
Hi Just thought I’d comment on your absolutely delicious and easy cinnamon rolls. I’ve NEVER made them before, too scared, didn’t have enough confidence in the outcome but not any more! Loved the recipe, tasted so good, nice and fluffy. Thank you for posting it, will make again. ?? p.s. one thing I did do after reading a review was make them the night before and then let rise in the morning before baking. Mmmgood!
Do you think these would turn out okay if I used Gluten Free Flour? I can't eat them as are,
Been making these for Christmas morning for a few years family loves them real easy to make
I took the other reviewers tips and made the rolls up then refrigerated overnight. In the morning, they needed a little longer than the 60 minutes to rise to temp.
Such a tasty recipe. I didn't need the second pan so I only par-baked them for 10 minutes, wrapped them up and froze them. We'll have those later. This is a great winter breakfast.
I put half of these in a glass baking dish and the other in a ceramic dish. The ones in the glass dish rose nicely and actually have a different texture than the ones in the ceramic dish. Since this was my first attempt at making cinnamon rolls I'm wondering if the difference is actually because of the type of baking dish?