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organic shortening, plus
1 1/2 teaspoons
self-rising gluten-free flour*
Melt® Organic Buttery Spread, softened
packed brown sugar
Glaze: (Mix these ingredients together 5 minutes before rolls are done in oven)
1 1/4 cups
This is a very quick, EASY, delicious recipe. I wanted a not-so-sweet roll, so I used half of what the inside called for in terms of butter & sugar, and used very little icing. It was perfect! I suggest adding walnuts or pecans, too.
This tastes ok, but I think it calls for too much baking powder as that is what i tasted. We made this for Christmas morning and I would like to mention a few things about it. I gave it only 3 stars mainly because of the lack of directions. Do not plan on rolling this out as the directions say right after mixing it. I went against my better judgement of making the dough the night before and then refrigerating it. I ended up having to postpone breakfast while waiting for the dough to chill quickly in the freezer. Also, if you haven't worked with GF dough before you need to know that it is much easier to roll out if you put wax paper under it and on top of it. I rolled it out on the pan I was planning to cook it on with the wax paper underneath. I then used the paper to lift the dough off the pan and help me roll the dough. It worked much better this way. One more thing I would like to mention is to go light on spreading the butter. I did use Earth Balance buttery spread, but I used too much. It ran down on the pan and made my dough spread out and look sloppy. The next time I make these I am planning to use a little less baking powder and butter than called for and refrigerate the dough for at least a few hours.
This is a great quick and easy recipe! I made a few changes to use what I had on hand. Coconut milk instead of dairy and Smart Balance spread instead of Melt.
This has got to be the best cinnamon roll recipe I have ever used! It is easy, fast, and delicious! thank you for providing it!
It looks really good! Yummy...
I think the type of gluten-free flour you use will make a difference. I used Robin Hood but next time I'm going to try a chickpea/rice flour mix. I had to add a lot more liquid to make them work but WOW they taste great!
I wish these turned out as well as others said. Mido was really dry and crumbly, I think I must have to use the wax paper and the refrigerator like the other gal said. Otherwise, this recipe just does not work.
My dough also wouldn't come together. I did everything right as far as I could tell and I had to add a lot more milk. I could barely keep the roll together and it tasted awful after it was cooked. Am I missing something?
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Gluten-Free Cinnamon Rolls
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 112
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