Nutella Cinnamon Rolls

If you have a fussy eater for a toddler, im sure this is one of those recipes which will make you feel better about some nutrients getting into your toddler’s system easily.

Cinnamon is a great remedy for cold, so I try to incorporate it as much as possible lately. And hey surely a good substitute for sugar too.

The current recipe turned out slightly crisp and not as fluffy as I wanted it to be, but all in all was good on taste. I realized that Yeast had to be used to get it fluffy, but since I missed adding Yeast and used Baking Powder instead, they turned out to be crisp.


1 ) Wheat Flour – 1 Cup

2 ) Nutella – 1/4 Cup

3 ) Butter – 4 tablespoons

4 ) Cinnamon Powder – 2 to 3 Tablespoons

5 ) Baking Powder – 1/2 T spoon

Pass the Wheat Flour, Cinnamon Powder and the Baking Powder through a Sieve. To this mixture , add the Nutella and mix them until it forms a Soft Dough. (When the dough does not stick to your hand, it has reached the correct consistency)Divide the dough into small and equal portions (approximately 2 inch rounds )

On a flat surface, spread some wheat flour and roll the dough flat until they are about 1/2 a cm thick. Cut the round edges of the surface to get an even square.

Spread the Butter evenly on to this surface and sprinkle the cinnamon powder evenly along the surface. Make sure you leave around an Inch space on all sides.

Roll the dough from the bottom end to the top.Now cut the rolled Dough into even 1 Inch portions and set it aside.

Pre-Heat the Oven at 200 Degrees. Grease the Baking tray and line the Cinnamon rolls on the tray. Bake for about 20 Mins.

Cool them on a tray and serve them with fresh fruits. We used it for our Sunday picnic and was surely a great snack for a nice Sunday.




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