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Video: Ninety-Minute Cinnamon Rolls

See how to make quick-and-easy homemade cinnamon rolls.

 
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In this video, you’ll see how to make delicious cinnamon rolls from scratch using a quick-rising dough. These are shockingly simple to make. Soft, sweet, and cinnamony—these top-rated cinnamon rolls are an instant classic! Watch the video, then get GOOFYDEBBIE’s 5-star recipe for Ninety-Minute Cinnamon Rolls. Be warned, they will make the whole house smell amazing! See more videos for breakfast baked goods >>

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Grammy Hehaw 
May 13, 2014 4:18 pm
Remi I use the dough setting on my bread machine for all hand formed treats and after my bread goes thru the first rise I turn out the dough on floured board & shape & put in regular greased bread pan &bake in the oven @ 375'. This never fails unlike baking in the machines and it tastes better,too.Don't be afraid to experiment.Have fun -- yeast dough is very forgiving as long as you don't over heat the liquid you dissolve it in.
 
Remi 
May 10, 2014 11:58 am
Can't find d recipe for cinnamon rolls by Stephanie using a bread machine.... U did not mention about doing this recipe if bread machine is not available. Is it only possible if we use a bread machine or we can do it even without it? Pls reply ASAP and can u send via my email d recipe for this and also d recipe of ninety minute cinnamon rolls coz I wanna save it in my notes. Thanks I appreciate. It much , anyways, I tried doing d pandesal 1 recipe and it's good!!!!
 
Altula11 
Mar. 2, 2014 12:08 pm
Amazing!! I divided this batch in two to get a mini version of these, and they turned out incredibly addictive.
 
Hannah 
Jun. 20, 2013 2:51 pm
My Family is driving me crazy! Make more mom!, make MORE. These are very good. Make sure your milk is warm and you have good yeast. The 1st batch I made didn't raise like it should have but they were good.
 
mari915 
May 8, 2013 12:45 pm
Can I put the 90 min cinnamon rolls in a later time in the oven after they raise from the 30 mins
 
jbird 
Apr. 27, 2013 5:58 am
doesn't the melted butter/milk mixture have to be a certain temp to activate the yeast? I have another recipe that says 110 degrees.
 
SBLondon1 
Apr. 21, 2013 2:11 pm
If you click on the "i" for info the video gets smaller and then there is a link to "get the recipe." If you're logged into your account, then you can save it to your recipe box.
 
margaret down 
Apr. 21, 2013 1:35 pm
margaret from n.l. canada learning to use your allrecipes.com
 
Pam 
Apr. 21, 2013 10:52 am
Dental floss works great as a "cutter." I find that knives squish the roll. How? Just pull off a length of floss (1 foot or so), slide it under the roll of dough, cross the threads and pull...nice round slices. This technique works great for refrigerator cookies in a "log" or any delicate foods you don't want to flatten!
 
Lynn 
Apr. 21, 2013 12:45 am
I decided to overcome my fear of baking with yeast. It was time consuming and you had to proof the yeast. I started with 90 Minute Dinner Rolls.I now make my own hamburger and hoagie buns as well as focaccia bread from this basic recipe. Try dipping the dough balls half way in melted butter then grated parmesan or romano cheese. Let raise and bake as usual. Beautiful!Next I tried the 90 Minute Cinnamon Rolls. This recipe is nearly fool proof. I played with this recipe by adding nuts, raisins and craisins. I also added different glazes. Maple,orange, vanilla depending on the fruit or nut I added. Friends and family gladly eat up my experiments. Go Allrecipes!
 
 
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