Caramel Apple Cinnamon Rolls are everything you love about crisp autumn nights at the carnival – in breakfast form. Imagine waking the whole family up to these gorgeous rolls!
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Fall, fall, fall! It’s finally fall, though weather in Ohio has seemed to skip straight from the heights of summer to snowy winter days. Seriously, it snowed here the other day. I can’t even with that, so I’m ignoring it entirely and focusing on my favorite fall flavors instead.
Like these Caramel Apple Cinnamon Rolls. Why it took me so long to put apples in homemade cinnamon rolls, I don’t know, but it was a complete revelation. I’ve made cinnamon rolls before – with yeast and without. I gotta tell ya – nothing beats the rise and flavor of a yeasted cinnamon roll. And it’s not hard to pull off this recipe at all.
You can even make your dough ahead of time, and roll them up with apples and filling. The dough will rise, freeze, and bake perfectly from frozen thanks to Fleischmann’s® Active Dry Yeast. No guesswork here.
And then covering them in caramel sauce? YES YES YES. Please don’t be intimidated about making your own caramel sauce. It’s super simple – especially because this recipe doesn’t even need a candy thermometer.
This is one crazy decadent breakfast treat. And I don’t mind telling you that I ate TWO. In one sitting.
I was having an eat-my-feelings kind of day, and these cinnamon rolls were 100% the ticket to a little bit of happiness. The flavors of cinnamon, brown sugar, butter and apples are completely irresistible, just like they’d be in apple pie.
But these rolls are much more eat-with-your-hands friendly, and definitely toddler approved. Elle is a big BIG fan of Caramel Apple Cinnamon Rolls, if you couldn’t have guessed. She was especially excited because we used the apples she picked at the orchard to make them. She loved picking out the sweet, soft baked apple pieces and eating them first.
You can do that too, or simply jump right in and devour them whole. Whatever you do, you’ve got to make them for a Sunday breakfast this fall. They’re just too perfect not to. You may even want to double the batch so you can stick one in the freezer, or gift one to someone you love a whole lot. These are definitely gifting cinnamon rolls.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Fleischmann’s® Yeast all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. Thank you for continuing to support the brands that make My Baking Addiction possible.