THE ONLY VEGAN CINNAMON ROLLS RECIPE YOU'LL EVER NEED | FLUFFY EASY & DELICIOUS

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I know I’m not the only one craving cinnamon rolls. When I tell you this is the ONLY cinnamon rolls recipe you’ll ever need I MEAN IT! These rolls are fluffy, sweet, just perfectly salty and super easy to make…I don’t know what else to say aside from YOU HAVE TO TRY THESE!!

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INGREDIENTS:
Dough
3 Cups All Purpose Flour
1 Cup Warm Almond Milk
2 1/4 Tsp Yeast Instant Yeast or Active Dry Yeast **Different procedure for each below**
1/2 Cup Cane Sugar **Separate 2 Tbsp for yeast**
1/3 Cup Room Temp Vegan Butter
1 Tsp Pink Salt

Filling
3 Tbsp Vegan Butter Room Temp
1/2 Cup Brown Sugar
1 Tbsp Cinnamon
1/2 Tsp Pink Salt
1/4 Tsp Ground nutmeg or clove ****optional***

Icing
2 Cups Powdered Sugar
4 Tbsp Plant Milk
Splash of Vanilla **Optional**
Pinch of Pink Salt **Optional**

INSTRUCTIONS:
In a large bowl, add warm milk 2 Tbsp sugar and yeast (see below for deats👇🏽)

*******Active Dry Yeast Instructions******** Proof for 10-15 minutes in a warm spot. Mixture should foam. If this doesn’t happen the yeast is dead. This could be due to hot water (temp should be warm to touch or 110 – 115°F). Don’t fret!! Try again!

*******Instant Yeast******* Congratulations! You get to skip the proof step. Move on!

Add into same bowl the rest of the sugar, pink salt and vegan butter. Mix well, best done with a whisk, before adding in flour in increments. Mix thoroughly before adding more flour. You will need to switch off to a rubber spatula or your hands eventually

Mix the dough just enough to bring it together. DO NOT OVER MIX. Very little kneading is required. Add additional flour if needed to help with stickiness. Once dough comes together, let rest in bowl covered with a warm damp towel and warm place for about 1 hour or until doubled in size

While that’s rising, move on to the cinnamon sugar. Combine brown sugar, cinnamon and clove and mix well

After dough has doubled, on a well floured surface, roll out the dough to 1/4 inch thick. Spread vegan butter on and cover the whole surface and sprinkle cinnamon sugar evenly over top and then roll tightly into a log

Cut log in half then cut each half into half and then again each half into half

Set in buttered pan and cover and rest for another 30 min to an hour or until they have doubled in size

Half way through rising, preheat oven to 350°F

When rolls have doubled in size, place in center of oven and bake for 25 – 30 min or until golden

While rolls are baking make your icing!

Combine all icing ingredients together and mix thoroughly

When rolls are done baking remove from oven and drizzle on icing before enjoying!!

Let me know in the comments how much you loved them!!!

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Comments

Yunita's kitchen and stuff says:

Thanks god i found this super good channel in youtube! Absolutely goona recook all your recipes, thankyou for inspiring me. Best regards from indonesia 🙂

Cre Gone Vegan says:

This looks delicious!

Emmett Makes says:

Ugh now I want cinnamon rolls! They look so yummy!

Lil Zuu says:

P.s. maybe sugar cookies too? Including the frosting 💞

Lil Zuu says:

I know you already made a video about cake, but can you do a vanilla vegan smash cake thats baby safe?

I dont want my son to have any dairy until 2 years (as reccomended by doctor), so vegan I think would be the best option.

Rafaela says:

Oh that looks so good! thanks for sharing! 🤤😋💕

Fairly Frugal Vegan says:

Awesome recipe! The cinnamon rolls look delicious 🤤😋👍 And the video was really well made, great job! 😊

Lemony says:

My mouth is watering just watching this… I can't wait to try making these next week!

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