Gluten-Free Cinnamon Roll Cake
I am super excited over this Gluten-Free Cinnamon Roll Cake. Pillowy cake with sweet cinnamon swirls throughout and topped with a light cream cheese vanilla frosting. I say move over cinnamon rolls because this Cinnamon Roll Cake is absolutely delicious. You may never go back to the classic cinnamon rolls after you make this gluten-free breakfast cake recipe.
details about the Gluten-Free Cinnamon Roll Cake,
This cinnamon roll cake recipe is probably one of the easiest recipes. There is no kneading, no rolling and very little mess to clean up. The gluten-free dough is leavened with quick rise yeast.
This means you don’t have to proof it first. The yeast is mixed into the dry ingredients. Once the dry ingredients are combined, whisk the wet ingredients and mix into the flour until smooth. The dough is now ready.
Something to keep in mind, for best results, the milk must be warm at about 110 F, the butter melted and still slightly warm, and the eggs are at room temperature. For the yeast dough to rise properly, it is all about the temperatures.
How to make the cinnamon swirls?
To make this cinnamon roll cake, I used a bundt pan. Not only the pan makes the cake pretty, but the cake bakes faster in a bundt pan. To make the cinnamon swirls is super easy. The dough and the sweet cinnamon mixture is divided in half and then swirled into each layer.
the quickest way to rise the dough,
I always use this trick, I preheat the oven at 375 F for 5 minutes and then turn it off. Loosely cover the pan with a plastic wrap and then place in the slightly warm oven. Using this method, you will avoid cold drafts, which tend to slow down the rising, and the temperature in the oven is perfect for a yeast dough to rise.
To conclude, this Gluten-Free Cinnamon Roll Cake has become one of my favourite recipes whenever my family craves something warm and comforting. Not only this gluten-free breakfast cake is a super easy recipe to make, but there is also very little mess, and the results are outstanding.
The best part, you can prepare it the night before and place it in the fridge overnight. In the morning, bring the cake to room temperature and bake. There is nothing better than a freshly baked, made from scratch breakfast cake. Especially when it is still warm and drenched with the most delicious cream cheese vanilla frosting.
I promise you, this Gluten-Free Cinnamon Roll Cake will not disappoint. If you need more breakfast cake recipes check out our two most popular recipes. The Gluten-Free Coconut Pear Breakfast Cake or the Ricotta Gluten-Free Breakfast Cake with Blueberries.
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