Homemade Cinnamon ROlls

I have spent 3 years trying to make a gluten free, yeast free, cinnamon roll that had a similar texture and taste to the real thing.  These are sweet, breadlike, and satisfying while using a combination of rice flour, tapioca flour, and vanilla casein protein.

PER SERVING – MAKES 2

324 CALS EACH

PREP TIME

30 MINUTES

COOK TIME

10 MINUTES

CARBS PROTEIN FAT
49.2g 14.1g 7.9g

NUTRITION INFO

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This Post Has 12 Comments

  1. Enya Vogl

    Tried to make these but the dough comes out super runny. Followed everything to the tee – twice! 🙁 help!

    1. Josh Cortis

      Did you use casein? That sounds like what happens when you use whey

  2. Bridget Lehane

    5 stars
    I used stevia in the raw in place of sugar and “I can’t believe it’s not butter” spray in place of the butter, shaved off some calories and was still delicious!

    1. Josh Cortis

      Beautiful, I always wondered about using a sugar substitute. I was worried it would taste off. Glad to know it worked 👍

  3. Will

    Would a 50% casein 50% whey blend work you think? That’s what I normally get, didn’t really want to get another case of protein for just this recipe lol 🙂

    1. Josh Cortis

      I don’t think so. The casein is really necessary

  4. Neil

    Love breakdown of the recipe on the website and gave it a like on youtube, I’m about to make these, but was wondering if substituting the oat flour for regular flour w/ regular flour would yeild a bad result?

    1. Josh Cortis

      I have never tried it so i don’t know. The gluten will certainly make things different. It may require a different amount of liquid

  5. Russ Wilson

    Confused on the amount that leads to 324 KCAL. In the video you made one roll, cut into two halves. Is each halve 324 KCAL?

  6. Chris Bonanni

    What brand of casein protein powder do you use? Thanks for sharing this!

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