Cinnamon Buns for the Bread Machine

Cinnamon Buns for the Bread Machine created by Stardustannie

Let me just warn you that these Cinnamon Buns are TO DIE FOR!

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1hr 15mins
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directions

  • Add ingredients according to manufacturer's suggested order and set on dough cycle.
  • Turn onto lightly floured board.
  • Roll out to a rectangle about 10x18 inches.
  • Brush with melted butter; sprinkle with cinnamon-sugar mixture and pecans, if used.
  • Starting at long end, carefully roll up; pinch seams together.
  • Measure and cut 1-inch slices.
  • Place cut side up on a buttered baking sheet.
  • Cover with a slightly dampened towel and let rise in a warm place for about 45 minutes to 1 hour.
  • Bake at 375° for 15 minutes, or until browned.
  • Drizzle with cinnamon bun glaze or thin icing of your choice.
  • Icing: Melt butter in a medium saucepan; add hot water and vanilla.
  • Remove from heat then stir in confectioners' sugar.
  • Add more hot water, 1/2 to 1 teaspoon at a time, until desired consistency.
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  1. Jen in Victoria
    Delicious! I was a bit worried as the dough barely rose, even after an extra rise. However, the majority of rising happened while in the oven. Instead of melted butter, I used soft butter and mixed it with the cinnamon and sugar, then spread this mixture on the dough. Very airy buns. I will certainly be making these again!
  2. Jen in Victoria
    Delicious! I was a bit worried as the dough barely rose, even after an extra rise. However, the majority of rising happened while in the oven. Instead of melted butter, I used soft butter and mixed it with the cinnamon and sugar, then spread this mixture on the dough. Very airy buns. I will certainly be making these again!
  3. gooey mess
    These taste nice but the dry milk gives them a synthetic taste and I will use real milk next time. I increased the baking time because when I checked them at 18 minutes they were still doughy in spots. I found the filling is too wet with all that butter, and the icing is too thin. This is a nice recipe to start with and customize.
  4. olisa
    Great recipe! They sure didn't last long. For the glaze I used 3 TBSP butter, 2 cups powdered sugar, 3 TBSP Milk and 1 TSP Vanilla...however I only used 1/2 the glaze and saved for the batch I was going to have to make in another hour. Still plenty sweet
  5. hotracinmommy
    just made these and they are SSSSSOOOOOO good!! I made some from a different recipe a couple days ago and the dough was so hard. these ones are soft and fluffy, the icing was perfect to as I prefer a glaze type....a HUGE hit with the family
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