THE MOST LEGENDARY CINNAMON ROLLS YOU MUST TRY
Who can resist the beautiful smell of cinnamon rolls baking in the oven? The aromatic spice is particularly nice during the fall and holiday season. Cinnamon rolls are handheld rolls of cinnamon, sugar, and dough. They are often drenched in vanilla icing, glaze, or cream cheese frosting.
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First baked by the Swedes after World War I, cinnamon rolls (kanelbulle) are a type of sweet bread. These cinnamon swirl pastries and buns are common throughout Northern Europe. They are most popular in Sweden. There’s even a National Cinnamon Roll Day (Kanelbullens dag) on October 4 that is celebrated in Sweden. Cinnamon rolls are typically enjoyed with afternoon coffee. In the U.S., they are also eaten at breakfast or for dessert.
Cinnamon rolls are quick and easy to make. All you need is flour, cinnamon, sugar, and butter. Make a yeast-leavened dough and then roll it into a sheet. Brush the dough with butter. Then, sprinkle cinnamon and sugar on it. Roll the entire sheet of dough into a log and then slice it. Bake and enjoy them plain or drizzle icing, glaze, or frosting on top.
Cinnamon rolls are similar to sticky buns. Both are made with flour, cinnamon, sugar, and butter, but sticky buns are topped with a caramel glaze and chopped pecans. Honey buns are a variation of sticky buns that include honey in the glaze.
Who Has the Best Cinnamon Rolls?
As inventors of the cinnamon roll, Sweden has the best cinnamon rolls. Closer to home, Goldbelly has you covered and smothered with the best homemade cinnamon rolls.
No matter if you like classic cinnamon rolls with icing, ooey gooey cinnamon rolls slathered with cream cheese frosting, or regional varieties, we have the best ready-to-bake and ready-to-eat cinnamon rolls. We have the cutest cinnamon buns, cinnamon snails, cinnamon Danish, cinnamon swirls, and sticky buns for your daily breakfast, next coffee break, or delicious holiday dessert.
Best Cinnamon Rolls
Flour Bakery + Cafe’s Sticky Buns
James Beard Award-winning pastry chef Joanne Chang’s sticky buns are so perfect, they beat Bobby Flay. Flour Bakery + Cafe’s Sticky Buns are topped with crunchy pecans and arrive ready to eat. Pop them in the oven for a few minutes to enjoy the aroma and heat up the gooeyness.
The Gingered Peach’s Cinnamon Buns
One bite and it’s clear why The Gingered Peach’s Cinnamon Buns sell out every morning. Each cinnamon bun is made by hand with King Arthur Bread Flour, butter, cream cheese, confectioner’s sugar, eggs, milk, salt, sugar, vanilla, and yeast. These classic cinnamon buns are soft, gooey, and old-school delicious.
Flour Bakery + Cafe’s Brown Butter Cinnamon Rolls Kit
Boston’s Flour Bakery + Cafe is home to the best brown butter cinnamon rolls ever. These beauties arrive unbaked. Pop them in the oven, enjoy the sweet smell of cinnamon, and get ready to drench them in sweet cream cheese glaze. This Brown Butter Cinnamon Rolls Kit is perfect for breakfast, brunch, and beyond.
Biscuit Love’s Biscuit Cinnamon Rolls
Husband-and-wife Karl and Sarah Worley have been baking up biscuits since 2012. They have taken their buttermilk biscuit dough and turned it into some of the most sinfully delicious Biscuit Cinnamon Rolls.
Can’t decide if you want cinnamon rolls or sticky buns? Have both! Post-baking, add Biscuit Love’s sticky bun sauce and cream cheese icing for the best of both worlds.
Chef Adrianne Calvo’s Giant Cinnamon Rolls
Each of Chef Adrianne Calvo’s Giant Cinnamon Rolls weighs just under 1 lb. and serves two people. These pillow-y and fluffy 6-inch cinnamon rolls are made with freshly ground cinnamon, brown sugar, and kosher salt. Heat and then slather them with cream cheese frosting.
Slim & Husky’s OG Cinnamon Rolls
Founded in 2010, Slim & Husky’s in Nashville, Tennessee, is known for their pizza and cinnamon rolls. Their light and fluffy OG Cinnamon Rolls are two dozen 2.5-inch cinnamon rolls topped with brown sugar sauce and homemade cream cheese drizzle.
Sunrise Biscuit Kitchen’s Large Cinnamon Rolls
Sunrise Biscuit Kitchen whips up some of the most colossal cinnamon rolls ever. Sunrise Biscuit Kitchen’s Large Cinnamon Rolls are each the size of your hand. They are made with the Chapel Hill, South Carolina, drive-thru restaurant’s award-winning biscuit dough.
Sunrise Biscuit’s Bigger Better Biscuits are brushed with butter and sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar. After baking, each cinnamon roll is topped with a sweet, creamy glaze.
Miller’s Bakery’s Cinnamon Rolls
Since 1929, Miller’s Bakery has been baking scratch-made baked goods in Pennsylvania’s Amish Country. Miller’s Bakery’s Cinnamon Rolls are a combination of chewy dough. sweet cinnamon, and pure perfection. Each cinnamon swirled roll is topped with cream cheese icing.
High Street Philadelphia’s Cinnamon Buns
Philadelphia’s High Street hand makes some of the most amazing cinnamon buns. These soft and sticky sourdough challah buns are freshly baked with locally-sourced grain and ingredients. Each of High Street Philadelphia’s Cinnamon Buns is frosted with a generous mound of cream cheese icing.
Frenchette’s Cinnamon Buns
Bring home a sweet taste of award-winning New York City restaurant Frenchette. The French bistro ships a pack of 12 Frenchette’s Cinnamon Buns that are ready to bake and then drench in cream cheese glaze.
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