How to Make Appetizing Cinnamon rolls w/ Banana

Cinnamon rolls w/ Banana. These fluffy banana cinnamon rolls are definitely the perfect brunch item for any occasion. Hopefully you're banana-obsessed like me and on board with this. I've made these three times already and they're almost too good to be true.

Cinnamon rolls w/ Banana Fortunately dates, bananas, and cinnamon are neither exotic nor elusive ingredients. These no yeast banana bread cinnamon rolls were the perfect way to incorporate some ripe fruit. I had so many brown bananas all at once that I made a few new recipes recently. You can cook Cinnamon rolls w/ Banana using 13 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Cinnamon rolls w/ Banana

  1. You need of Dough:.
  2. Prepare of small banana - mashed.
  3. Prepare of warm milk of choice.
  4. It's of sugar.
  5. It's of yeast (7g).
  6. Prepare of melted butter.
  7. You need of flour.
  8. Prepare of baking soda.
  9. You need of salt.
  10. You need of Filling:.
  11. It's of brown sugar.
  12. You need of softened butter.
  13. It's of cinnamon.

Banana cinnamon rolls are super popular within the raw food community, everyone makes them, with a slightly different spin. The very basic recipe only calls for bananas and cinnamon, common addition are young coconut meat, nut butters, dates, raisins, vanilla, coconut sugar, or date sugar. Banana Roll Banana Bread Banana Cinnamon Healthy Recipes Healthy Nutrition Eat Healthy Breakfast Bites Breakfast Recipes Lemon Ricotta Pancakes. Ripe bananas are incorporated into the dough, along with maple syrup, giving these rolls an amazing banana bread-esque flavoring.

Cinnamon rolls w/ Banana step by step

  1. Bloom the yeast in handwarm milk and sugar mix for 10 mins..
  2. Add in rest of the ingredients and knead into a dough. (At this point only add 3 cups of flour and leave 1/2 cup for kneading and rolling later).
  3. Leave dough to proof under a tea towel in a warm spot for about an hour..
  4. Knead again and roll out to a rectangle..
  5. Mix ingredients for the filling and spead all over the dough..
  6. Roll up dough tightly starting from the longer side (to get more rolls) and cut into 1.5cm pieces. Try sliding dental floss under the roll and then crossing the string and pulling - perfectly round cuts..
  7. Lay rolls on a baking tray leaving about 1cm in between them. Cover with a tea towel and allow to proof for second time for about 30 mins..
  8. Bake at 190°C until golden..
  9. Best when served freshly baked with some cold milk BUT a big tip for leftovers is to place however many you are going to eat in a small baking dish and cover with a (double) wet paper towel. Pop in to the oven for a few minutes until the towel on top looks dry. And voila... You have megasoft and warm cinnamon rolls again :).

These banana cinnamon rolls are made with a leaner dough, giving you a little freedom to eat a couple and still manage to wear that bikini. (well, that's what I tell myself). The dough is airy and fluffy. Cinnamon roll (also cinnamon bun, cinnamon swirl, cinnamon Danish and cinnamon snail) is a sweet roll served commonly in Northern Europe (mainly in Scandinavia) and North America. In Sweden it is called kanelbulle, in Denmark it is known as kanelsnegl, in Norway it is known as Skillingsboller. These Cinnamon Rolls (Buns) are made with an enriched white yeast bread.