Cinnamon Rolls

Cinnamon rolls are the best way to eat dessert for breakfast. These sticky-sweet pastries are full of cinnamon and sugar, covered in icing and best served warm. Though we think classic cinnamon rolls are pretty delicious, there are plenty of ways to change up their flavor—we love to add pecans, raspberries and even bacon. One of our favorite takes is a pumpkin version, glazed with coconut-orange frosting. These cinnamon rolls are made with pumpkin puree, coconut oil, brown sugar and plenty of warm spices. Thick coconut cream gets whipped with maple syrup and orange marmalade to create a light, airy frosting. Find the perfect cinnamon roll recipe with Food & Wine's guide.

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Raspberry-Swirl Sweet Rolls
Rating: Unrated 2632
In the winter, Individually Quick Frozen (IQF) fruit, like the kind sold by Cascadian Farm, is often a superior alternative to fresh fruit shipped to the US. IQF raspberries are terrific in these soft, puffy yeast rolls—a fun twist on a cinnamon bun. Slideshow:  More Berry Recipes 
Glazed Cinnamon Rolls with Pecan Swirls
Rating: Unrated 2090
Chef Way Megan Garrelts needs at least two days to make the rolls. She heats and serves them in mini cast-iron skillets.Easy Way Baking these cinnamon rolls in big batches makes the effort worth it—they take time but are so satisfying. Slideshow:  How to Make Sticky Buns 
Fluffy, Buttery Cinnamon Rolls
Rating: Unrated 1
When pastry chef Deborah Racicot makes her fluffy cinnamon rolls at New York City's Gotham Bar and Grill, her customers go insane for them. And so do her colleagues: Racicot gathers up every bit of leftover dough, smears it with cinnamon butter and bakes it. She says there's not one staffer who doesn't dive right in. More Brunch Recipes