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    CINNAMON BUNS

    A collection of cinnamon buns made with or without yeast.
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    I got this recipe from a recent issue of Family Circle and can't wait to try them. They do take some time, both prep and rising time.

    Recipe #289370

    1 Reviews |  By YungB

    I haven't try this recipe yet but I saw the pictures on the food blog and the buns looks so temting. I am saving it here for all to try. Credit goes to userealbutter.com

    Recipe #369810

    From THE 150 BEST AMERICAN RECIPES. When I made these, I left out half the butter and sugar in the filling, and all of the butter in the topping and they were still absolutely amazing. I used skim milk because that's all I had, and light butter in the filling. They were well worth making!! Add 1 1/2 cups chopped walnuts and 1 1/2 cups raisins in the filling stage if desired.

    Recipe #366963

    These no-yeast sticky buns will make your Sunday Brunch sweeter. This recipe was in the coupon section of the Sunday paper. Yum!

    Recipe #368313

    ive been looking for one of these recipes for so long on the website it says that each one of these has 137 calories and that's when you use the vegtable oil instead of yogurt or apple sauce i'm going to make them before this gets published so i hope that they aren't lying!

    Recipe #369436

    These are so good, I adapted this from a recipe I found.

    Recipe #274857

    These are the best tasting cinnamon rolls I have ever had! I have combined the fantastic topping from recipe #136574, and the easy preparation from recipe #22526. The result is an extremely tasty and very rich cinnamon bun.

    Recipe #289202

    From an old newspaper clipping -- Because of the brewed coffee and only 1/2 cup brown sugar, these cinnamon buns are not overly sweet! Great for a special breakfast, especially at Christmas or other holidays. Can be prepared the night before so the bread dough thaws and rises til double, then bake the next morning -- NOTE: prep/bake time DOES NOT include time for dough to thaw and rise before baking!

    Recipe #296142

    Found this in "Bread of New England". I had high hopes for it, but it turned out unimpressively. Maybe just operator error? (Prep time includes rising.)

    Recipe #299284

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    Recipe #313591

    I have been making these for years. They are huge! and have just the right amount of sweetness....very close to "Cinabon" this recipe makes a big batch and does freeze well.

    Recipe #317394

    1 Reviews |  By edlos1

    These cinnamon buns are really yummy! These were originally from a different recipe, but I tweaked it to our tastes.You could use brown sugar or granulated sugar in this recipe. Don't have buttermilk? Combine even parts plain yogurt and milk to replace it. If you don't want to use all applesauce in the recipe, combine equal parts of applesauce and oil. Add as much cinnamon as desired- I like to use alot in these buns. Feel free to play with the recipe to suit your tastes! Note: This recipe is doubled- these buns are sure to go really fast!

    Recipe #321229

    1 Reviews |  By ttreber

    These are the most delicious treat on Christmas morning at my house. I make a fruit salad, heat up some sausage, and serve with a make ahead egg casserole. Whoever shows up enjoys this and I can do it all the night before!

    Recipe #326865

    Best cinnamon buns ever! I love the caramel sauce. From the Canadian Livings cook book.

    Recipe #360533

    2 Reviews |  By blucoat

    These are delicious, super fast, tender and moist (thanks to buttermilk & cottage cheese) rolls with no yeast (or rising time) required. The dough is very easy to work with and they are good with or without the glaze. Recipe was created by Kathy Farrell-Kingsley for last-minute orders at her Connecticut bakery, "Great Cakes" and was printed in "Fine Cooking Magazine" (Issue 88). VARIATION: Apple-Butter Cinnamon Buns: For filling, mix 3/4 cup apple butter, 1-1/2 Tbs. melted butter, and 1 tsp. ground cinnamon in a small bowl. Omit the melted butter from the main recipe and spread the dough rectangle with the apple mixture, leaving a 1/2-inch border around the edges. Sprinkle with 3/4 cup (3 oz.) finely chopped walnuts, if desired. Roll, cut, bake, and ice as directed. Because this filling is wetter, the buns may need to bake for 30 minutes.

    Recipe #357108

    I found this on Allrecipes, posted by Fionasmom, and tried it over the Christmas holidays this year. Everyone agrees it is a winner and pretty easy. You can make the dough the night before and finish making them in the morning.

    Recipe #348329

    This recipe is from Taste of Home's Quick Cooking March/April 2001. Jean Edwards provided the recipe. If you don't have the time to make homemade dough, this is a quick and easy but still delicious version of sticky buns. I've made this for office socials and had no leftovers.

    Recipe #346994

    Racheal Allen's lovely version of the Chelsea bun.

    Recipe #346152

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This cheater version starts with store-bought pizza dough, so the time consuming part is already done!

    Recipe #331115

    These are the best cinnamon buns I believe I have tasted. DH and grand children love them. Usually have enough for two mornings as they make large buns. Takes awhile to make but worth the effort. Most time is spent waiting on the bread machine to process dough. Can not take credit for wonderful receipe as I received it from "The Daily Recipe" Marzee that I receive on a daily basis through internet. But I had to share as they are GREAT!!!

    Recipe #327747

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