The BEST Homemade Cinnamon Rolls Recipe (2024)

The BEST Homemade Cinnamon Roll recipe has been discovered, and I am sharing it with you today. This is a family favorite recipe, that has won awards, and my heart. You are going to go crazy for these. They are so simple, and so delicious. Keep reading to make the best cinnamon rolls out there!

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Are you a cinnamon roll lover? Because we finally have the best cinnamon roll recipe!

Any time we’re traveling, I always end up at the airport with fresh Cinnabon cinnamon rolls. I just can’t help it. There’s something about cinnamon buns that just take me to a warm place and bring me so much joy!

They are just so soft, full of flavor, smell so good, and taste even more amazing.

We have a few different cinnamon roll recipes on our site (like our Homemade Apple Cinnamon Rolls or Cake Mix Cinnamon Rolls), but I tweaked them to be a bit more cinnabony. These will quickly become a new Christmas morning tradition for the whole family!

They were a HUGE hit and we will be making them again and again.

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How to make the BEST homemade cinnamon rolls:

Step 1:Mix yeast, sugar, eggs, milk, butter and salt together in a large bowl, all at once.

I did this with a wooden spoon, but you could also use a whisk, or a kitchen mixer on low speed, with a dough hook attachment. You could also use a bread machine.

For this step, still recommend just using a spoon or whisk to combine the ingredients.

Step 2: Add 4 cups of flour. Mix well with a spoon. Get all the ingredients to evenly combine.

Step 3: Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and allow dough to rise 4-6 hours on counter or overnight in the refrigerator. The cooling in the refrigerator, allows the sugars to take on more fats, leaving your cinnamon rolls, tasting a little sweeter.

Step 4: Remove from the fridge after a few hours. Do not knead the dough, but roll out dough with a rolling pin into a long, thin rectangle on a lightly floured surface (save some additional flour for this step, but don’t use too much flour).

Step 5: Spread on softened butter. I did this with a basting brush, but you could also use a knife.

Step 6: Mix together brown sugar and cinnamon, and spread the cinnamon brown sugar filling evenly over the dough.

Step 7: Tightly roll into a jellyroll shape, starting at the long end of the dough.

Step 8: Use a string or dental floss to cut cinnamon rolls into 1-inch pieces and place rolls into a greased 9×13-inch baking pan (I placed 15 rolls in a 9×13-inch pan so the rolls were touching).

I find that when the rolls touch, the outsides of each roll don’t get as golden or crunchy, so I recommend that you allow the unbaked rolls to touch.

Step 9: Cover and let the cinnamon rolls rise an additional 30 minutes.

Step 10: Preheat oven to 375 degrees F and bake for 20-25 minutes or until golden brown.

Step 11: Prepare the cream cheese frosting by combining the cream cheese, powdered sugar, vanilla, butter, salt, and milk. The cream cheese icing is delicious, so make a little extra if you like more frosting!

I used a hand mixer to make smooth, but you could also use a whisk.

Step 12: Spread the mixture over the cinnamon rolls.

You can do this when they are warm or cooled. I like to spread mine on when they are warm, because the frosting melts into the roll, making it more flavorful and moist, throughout.

Related Recipe: Try our Easy Homemade Rolls!

Can I use yeast packets instead of a jar?

You most definitely could. We recommend using two packets to get the 1 Tablespoon measured out.

We recommend using active dry yeast.

You can find the yeast on the baking aisle at the grocery store, near the flour and baking soda.

Do The Best Homemade Cinnamon Rolls freeze well?

These Cinnamon Rolls freeze fairly well. They of course are best served fresh, but you can easily freeze them.

Make and bake them according to recipe’s directions. Then freeze them in an airtight container, or wrapped in multiple layers of saran wrap. You can make these for a special occasion, take them to a neighbor, or eat them as a weeknight treat – they’re delicious any time of year!

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Serves: 15

The BEST Homemade Cinnamon Rolls Recipe

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The BEST Homemade Cinnamon Roll recipe has been discovered, and I am sharing it with you today.

Prep Time 5 hours hrs

Cook Time 20 minutes mins

Total Time 5 hours hrs 20 minutes mins




  • 1 Tablespoon active dry yeast
  • ½ cup sugar
  • 3 eggs beaten
  • 1 cup milk lukewarm
  • ½ cup butter melted
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • 4 cups all-purpose flour


  • ¼ cup butter softened to room temperature
  • ¾ cup brown sugar
  • 2 Tablespoons cinnamon


  • 4 ounces cream cheese softened
  • cups powdered sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • ¼ cup butter melted
  • pinch salt
  • 2 Tablespoons milk


  • Mix yeast, sugar, eggs, milk, butter and salt together in a large bowl, all at once.

  • Add 4 cups of all-purpose flour. Mix well with a spoon, cover bowl with plastic wrap and allow dough to rise 4-6 hours on counter or overnight in the refrigerator.

  • Do not knead the dough.

  • Roll out dough into a long, thin rectangle on a lightly floured surface.

  • Spread on softened butter.

  • Mix together brown sugar and cinnamon, and spread evenly over the dough.

  • Tightly roll into a jellyroll shape, starting at the long end of the dough.

  • Use a string or floss to cut dough into 1-inch pieces and place into a greased 9×13-inch baking pan (I placed 15 rolls in a 9×13-inch pan so the rolls were touching).

  • Cover and let rise for an additional 30 minutes.

  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees F and bake for 20-25 minutes or until golden brown.

  • In a bowl, mix together frosting ingredients and spread over baked rolls.


  • You most definitely can use yeast packets for this recipe. We recommend using two packets to get the 1 Tablespoon measured out.


Calories: 387 kcal · Carbohydrates: 57 g · Protein: 6 g · Fat: 15 g · Saturated Fat: 9 g · Polyunsaturated Fat: 1 g · Monounsaturated Fat: 4 g · Trans Fat: 1 g · Cholesterol: 71 mg · Sodium: 246 mg · Potassium: 117 mg · Fiber: 2 g · Sugar: 31 g · Vitamin A: 500 IU · Vitamin C: 1 mg · Calcium: 66 mg · Iron: 2 mg


  • Large Bowl

  • Hand or Stand Mixer

  • Rolling Pin

  • 9×13-inch Baking Pan

Recipe Details

Course: Dessert

Cuisine: American

In conclusion, our cinnamon roll recipe is your ticket to creating the most heavenly, fluffy, and gooey cinnamon rolls that will undoubtedly become a staple in your kitchen. Whether you’re a seasoned baker or trying your hand at making cinnamon rolls for the first time, this recipe is designed to deliver the perfect results that will have everyone asking for more.

As these beauties bake in the oven, your kitchen will be filled with the warm, comforting aroma of cinnamon and freshly baked goodness. The end result? Soft cinnamon rolls that are golden brown on the outside and gooey on the inside—the epitome of cinnamon roll perfection.

Whether you’re preparing these cinnamon rolls for a special occasion, brunch with loved ones, or just to treat yourself, the joy of enjoying warm rolls fresh from the oven is unparalleled. Drizzling them with a sweet vanilla glaze made with confectioners’ sugar and vanilla extract adds the perfect finishing touch, making these cinnamon rolls a true labor of love. These are even delicious the next day when stored in an airtight container! This is one of our go-to brunch recipes.

Keep the recipe card handy, because once you’ve experienced the joy of homemade cinnamon rolls, there’s a good chance you’ll be making them again. These rolls are not just a delicious treat; they’re a testament to the joy of baking and the simple pleasure of savoring something homemade.

So, the next time you find yourself craving the comforting aroma and delectable taste of perfect cinnamon rolls, don’t hesitate to turn to this recipe. Whip up a batch, share them with loved ones, and revel in the satisfaction of creating your own bakery-worthy cinnamon rolls right in your own kitchen. Happy baking!

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  1. Tammy Appleton says:

    I have never made Cinnamon Rolls from scratch but THIS recipe makes me WANT TO! I think I will be trying these this weekend! I just need to make sure that I pass them out because I'm pretty sure I could eat them all! LOL Do you think these would freeze well once baked? Just in case I want to keep a few back for...guests! Yes, that's it! guests!!! I have been a fan of you Sisters for a LONG time! Keep up the great work! Merry Christmas to all of you and your families.

  2. Cyd says:

    Thanks for your sweet comment Tammy!! These will freeze great in an airtight freezer container or wrapped well in aluminum foil. Merry Christmas!

  3. Marcia Norris says:

    Is this recipe in any of your cookbooks? We made it last weekend and loved it.

  4. Cyd says:

    Hi Marcia. This recipe will be in our next book which comes out in the Fall through Deseret Book. We also sell the books on Amazon. But it is coming! Just have to wait about 6 months!

  5. Seberina Thrush says:

    I don't have a jar of yeast at the moment. Would 2 packets work?

  6. Cyd says:

    2 packets should be fine.

  7. Erin says:

    I am going to be making these this weekend. Can I prep the rolls in the pan the night before and bake the next morning to save some time?

  8. Elyse says:

    Hi Erin!I think that would work great! Just cover with plastic wrap and store in the fridge overnight and bake in the morning!

  9. Maren says:

    Just a question, why let the dough raise in the fridge for a few hours instead of less time on the counter? Thanks :)

  10. Crash VanBuren says:

    Dont mix the salt with the yeast, milk, sugar, butter mixture at the beginning. The salt will inhibit the yeast from blooming. Awesome recipe! These were amazing! Thank you!!

  11. Debbie Austin says:

    Can raisins be added to the batter? If so, would anything need to be adjusted?

  12. Brenda says:

    Debbie, I add my raisins in the cinnamon sugar layer.

  13. Cyd says:

    Adding raisins as is will work great.

  14. Michelle says:

    My son is gluten free, do you think this will work with gluten free flour?

  15. Donna says:

    Do you think instant yeast would work in this recipe?

  16. Laura says:

    I have a batch in the fridge right now. They’ve been in there for over two hours and I don’t see any rising going on. I’ll see if this actually works since I’ve always made mine in a warm environment.

  17. Laura says:

    I love this recipe. I have made them over and over. This is now my go to breakfast to take to friends when they have a new baby.

  18. Tracey says:

    Can you substitute a certain type of Almond milk for regular milk?

  19. Cyd says:

    I'm sure you would be fine subbing in almond milk.

  20. Jennifer Harris says:

    I have a question about adding the salt. Crash VanBuren mentions in the comment section not to mix the salt with the yeast, milk, sugar & butter mixture in the beginning - although the recipe states to mix it all together. When would you add the salt or will it turn out okay if it is mixed in the beginning with the yeast? Also, should the temp, of the milk be at room temp. or right out of the fridge (or does it matter)? Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe and I look forward to hearing back from you!

  21. Joanne Buckner says:

    Is it let raise 4-6 on counter or overnight in fridge...or both ways in fridge? How much will it raise after this time?👆🏼(I threw out a batch because I thought it didn’t raise enough🤷🏼‍♀️??)

  22. Dori says:

    How thin do you roll the dough?

  23. Joanne Buckner says:

    Did you ever try to make this GF?

  24. Joanne Buckner says:

    Always in fridge? Or 4-6 hours on counter?

  25. Cyd says:

    Roll to about 1/8-1/4 inch thick.

  26. Cyd says:

    Mix yeast, sugar, eggs, milk, butter and salt together in a large bowl, all at once. And if you scroll down to the full recipe, it says that the milk is lukewarm.

  27. Traci Kenworth says:

    Looks yummy!

  28. Beth says:

    Two packets would be about 5 teaspoons and the recipe calls for a tablespoon which is only 3 teaspoons. Does the amount of yeast matter much?

  29. Beth says:

    Slow rise equals better flavor.

  30. Michelle says:

    Always in fridge? Or 4-6 hours on counter?

  31. Michelle says:

    4-6 hours on counter? Or in the fridge?

  32. Cyd says:

    On the counter.

  33. Cyd says:

    4-6 hours on counter, or overnight in the fridge.

  34. Connie says:

    Hello! An important question was asked about the yeast. The question was that the recipe asks for 1 tablespoon of yeast which equals 3 teaspoons. You said you can use two packets, but that equals to about 5 teaspoons. So the question is; does that matter that 2 packets is more? I am waiting on the response so I can make these delicious looking cinnamon rolls. Would so appreciate it if you could answer this question. Thank you

  35. Cyd says:

    We said 2 packets because 1 packet wouldn't be enough. So stick with the 1 Tablespoon measured out. Whether it comes from packets or a larger container.

  36. Andrei says:

    This went... terribly for me :( I took the dough out of the fridge, it has risen beautifully BUT! it was way too sticky. It got stuck to the bowl and I had to tear it to take it out. When I tried to spread the butter, it got stuck on the pallet knife. Then, when it came time to roll it, it got stuck to the counter beyond any hope of fixing it. I liberally floured the counter, the rolling pin, my hands, everything. How do I stop it from sticking to everything?

  37. Laura Wallman says:

    If I wanted to Make these into Caramel rolls, do I just add the caramel before I let them rise in the morning?

  38. Sherry says:

    How big a rectangle do you roll the dough into? How many inches by how many inches? What's the yield of this recipe?

  39. Jessica says:

    Can I use instant yeast in this recipe? If so, what would I change?I haven't been able to find regular yeast in stores for a couple weeks.

  40. Sara paluck says:

    Never had any luck making cinnamon rolls always either no rise don't taste or something else. They are intimidating. Thanks to your recipe, it was easy to follow and the video helped. Love visual aids. Thanks for making me a believer in good easy cinnamon rolls

  41. Sara paluck says:

    Yes, I used instant yeast. No problems here Just follow recipe

  42. Angie says:

    I followed this step by step and the dough did not rise...ever.

  43. Jessica says:

    Thank you!!

  44. Cyd says:

    A number of things can contribute to your dough not rising. Here is a link that you might want to check about issues. Sometimes it can be your yeast.

  45. Cyd says:

    Instant yeast will work great too. The Difference Between Active Dry Yeast & Instant YeastThe difference between these types of dry yeast is simple: active dry yeast has a larger granule and needs to be dissolved in water before using, while instant yeast has a more fine texture and can be mixed right into dry ingredients.

  46. Cyd says:

    You just roll it into a rectangle. You want the dough kind of thin. Almost the size of a cookie sheet. This recipe yields about 15 cinnamon rolls.

  47. Cyd says:

    Sounds like you needed more flour if it's that sticky.

  48. Alana says:

    I desperately want to make these for my son that’s visiting tomorrow. Our stores are all out of any kind of yeast!!! I went to 6 different stores 😣 I see on Pinterest I can use lemon juice and baking soda..and tips if I have to do that? Thank you!!

  49. Stephanie says:

    These were an absolute disaster for me. The dough stuck to everything, I couldn’t roll it, it stuck to itself and kept tearing. I literally sprinkled flour all over everything. They look horrible and were super disappointing. I used enough flour in the recipe too, so I’m not sure how to trouble shoot this? I have friends making this recipe and loving them, so I want to make this work!

  50. Linda Larson says:

    I just finished making these rolls, and although my family thought they were ok, I thought they turned out to be a bit dry-any suggestions?

  51. Natalie says:

    Can I use bread flour to make this? I know it's not ideal, but I'm almost out of all-purpose flour and the stores don't have any right now.

  52. Leslie says:

    I don’t see any nutritional value for these ?

  53. Kristina says:

    Could I use instant instead of active yeast? If yes, would that change the rise time? Also, could I use almond milk instead of regular milk?

  54. Kristina says:

    I did, they are on their second rise as we speak. I used 1 packet of instant yeast as well because that is all I could find and it rose perfectly. I did not put in the fridge though. I rose it in a closed oven for 6 hrs.

  55. Shannon says:

    I made these exactly as recipe stated with a brand new jar of active dry yeast, and they didn't rise. As I went to roll them, they were ridiculously sticky so I wound up with a pan of dough not looking much like cinnamon rolls, I baked them anyway and they rose in the oven and taste fine. I am, however, curious as to why they didn't rise. Also, where is the video link for these?

  56. Kristina says:

    Made these yesterday. They turned out good but not very sweet. Next time I might add white sugar to the filling perhaps. I did use almond milk instead of milk so perhaps that made them less sweet, I’m not sure. I also used only one packet of instant yeast and it worked fine.

  57. Cyd says:

    I'm not sure what you are doing wrong. We haven't had a problem with these. Here are some tips to help you when your dough doesn't rise: all of our recipes have a video yet. We have thousands of recipes out there. We are producing new videos every week. Someday we'll have one for our cinnamon rolls.

  58. Cyd says:

    You can enter it into myfitnesspal.

  59. Cyd says:

    Yes, bread flour will work great too.

  60. Marian says:

    It would need to be 15 inches by anything to get 15 1 inch rolls. I made mine until I got a nice 15 inch width with extra on the ends I rolled it up and ended up getting enough to do 3x5 in a 13x9 pan and then 8 extra smaller ones that I placed in a greesed pie plate

  61. Marjo says:

    Did you pack the brown sugar into the measuring cup? Mine had so much filling I couldn't fit it all on the dough...its was overflowing everywhere.

  62. Marian says:

    I was skeptical when the dough was really sticky when I put it in the fridge. When I pulled it out the next morning it looked like it had not risen at all. But I rolled it out onto a HEAVILY floured countertop. With dough cold and the flour they did not stick. I rubbed the softened butter onto the dough with my hands. There was a LOT of extra sugar filling going all over the place... next time I might go with 1/2 cup brown sugar and 1 T cinnamon. I ended up getting 15 plus 8 extra that I put in a pie plate. I baked them for 20 minutes...the smaller ones in the tin I could have baked 4 minutes less and the others were perfect. Some mentioned they weren't very sweet, but once you add the frosting they are the perfect sweetness. If you are expecting them to double in size, that didnt happen for me, they rose maybe 25% after 30 minutes, and another 25% in the oven.

  63. Bev Davis says:

    Made them today they were amazing. made the dough last night, put it in the fridge and did the rest this morning. Super easy and so good.

  64. Erika says:

    I made these over the weekend and they were amazing!! BUT I thought they didn’t rise, like a few comments I read. I let them raise overnight and when I got them out of the fridge in the morning, I barely saw a difference. Then after a 30 minute rise in the pan they had barely grown! I was freaking out! But luckily when I baked them they turned out perfect! Definitely recommend!

  65. Tracy says:

    Hi, I loved these cinnamon rolls and loved how the dough stayed in my fridge overnight. I want to use this amazing dough to make a savoury version. Do you think it would do ok with less of the sugar? I was thinking maybe half the amount or quarter?

  66. Amy says:

    My dough did not rise in the fridge overnight! I’m so sad. Is there any hope? I followed the directions and used new yeast. Please don’t send me the link to why-my-yeast-didn’t-rise. I’m so bummed

  67. Amy says:

    So did you roll the dough? I’m in the same sitch.

  68. Megan says:

    My dough was sticky too. I added more flour slowly until it was not so sticky and didn’t stick to the side of my Bosch mixer. I prob had to add 1/2 cup

  69. Natana says:

    Next time, there are a couple of things you can try if it isn’t rising (this from lots of mistakes/experience). Try humidity by putting dough in a container and adding a dish of boiling water to steam. You can also knead more yeast into it. I did both cause mine hadn’t risen after a full day. It worked!

  70. Cheryl says:

    Do you have suggestions for converting to high altitude? We're at 6400 ft. Thanks!

  71. Cyd says:

    Go to this website from King Arthur flour. It will help you with high altitude baking.

  72. Diane says:

    Made these today..rose really well on top of stove. My daughter said they tasted like they were from a fancy restaurant! Definitely a keeper! Thank you!

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  73. Kimberly says:

    I read the reviews before I made these. I mixed one (active) yeast packet with the other ingredients and had no problems. My dough was sticky, so I added almost 1/2 cup more flour and that did the trick. I greased the bowl before I added my dough and let it rise on the counter for 6 hours. I think the extra flour and buttering helped my dough not stick when I rolled it out on a generously floured cutting board. I rolled a 15X9 rectangle. I used the floss method (genius!) and placed the cut rolls in the 9x13 dish for them rise in the refrigerator overnight. They didn't rise to my liking, so I sat the dish on the counter for an hour and that did it for me. Then I baked them. I added chopped apples to one half. They were nice and soft and not too sweet. I heated the leftovers in the toaster oven the next day. Perfection. I'm adding pecans next time.

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  74. Maria says:

    At first glance as I was reading this recipe I was not sure about just mixing things together with a wooden spoon and leaving it alone on the counter for a few hours. No kneading? So I knew I had to try this. I thought I really messed this recipe up badly. I added the flour and realized I forget to add the eggs. So I add the eggs and now the mixture is a really wet mess. I bake in grams now and although I did the math correctly I for some reason did not add the correct amount of flour. I was possibly one cup or more short. I added the flour to the dough and looked a little dry but I was done messing it up. I left the mixture alone for four hours and then continued. My goodness these are really the BEST and easiest Cinnamon Rolls. No stand mixer. No dough hooks. Very forgiving. The dough was soft and had really good flavor. The frosting was just the right amount. Will make these again. Thanks for sharing!

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  75. Cyd Adamson says:

    Hi Maria, We are so impressed that you just kept pushing on with this recipe. And yes, they are forgiving. So glad they turned out amazing. And you are amazing!!

  76. Alkonarts says:

    Can I freeze these before baking?

  77. Momma Cyd says:

    We always freeze them after baking. I'm sure you could freeze the dough after making into rolls in a freezer container, and then let it thaw and rise when ready to bake.

  78. Holly Falb says:

    This is a fabulous recipe! I've tried others like it and there is no comparison. Thank you for sharing!

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  79. Holly says:

    I use instant yeast all the time. You just have to be sure to add it along with the flour not the liquid. I put my flour in and sprinkle the yeast on top and mix into the liquids. Instant yeast doesn’t need proofing.

  80. Becky says:

    Don't you need to Proof the yeast when using Dry Active Yeast?

  81. Momma Cyd says:

    This recipe is from our easy homemade rolls. We just turned them into cinnamon rolls. They are super easy and taste amazing.

  82. Fredrick Anderson says:

    I don't think the proportions in this recipe are correct. I followed this recipe And I had the same problem other posters had which is it didn't rise much and then it stuck to the bowl. When I finally got it out the bowl it just fell apart, the consistency was off. I noticed one of the other posters said to not mix salt in it initially, maybe that was the problem.

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  83. Amy says:

    Thank you for finally sharing the perfect cinnamon roll recipe! I received lots of compliments about how yummy they were.

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  84. JD says:

    This did not rise at all. I don’t think I’ll use this recipe again.

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  85. Baylee says:

    Absolutely amazing!

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  86. Monta Lindsay says:

    This was so easy. The rolls were delicious. I have a feeling I will be making these over and over.❤️♥️❤️

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  87. Momma Cyd says:

    We love to hear this! So glad to hear that you loved the recipe.

  88. Lineti says:

    Soooo Good!!!

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