The recipe list for these Homemade Sticky Bun Pinwheels might be daunting, but this cheat day treat only takes 45 minutes to make. Cook to impress your Sunday Brunch guests or prep at night for a make-ahead breakfast the family will love!
Hi there, I’m Natasha from Lovely You Blog and I’m sharing this sticky, yummy, gooey, sweet recipe because you’ve got to have something sweet for Easter and any other cheat day you can dream up! Homemade Sticky Bun Pinwheels…I know you’re saying HOMEMADE?! Yes, they are homemade, but not as time intensive as you might think. They only take 45 minutes to make, start to finish.
Now, I can remember when I was growing up, my Mom would cook like she was feeding the entire neighborhood when holidays rolled around. At our house, Easter was just as big of a holiday as Christmas when it came to cooking. On Easter Sunday, it would not be surprising to find dishes that you would typically see at Christmas like ham, greens, yams….and of course something sweet!
Homemade Sticky Bun Pinwheels for any occasion!
Did I mention that these homemade sticky bun pinwheels are the perfect Easter dessert, but they’re also great for any other occasion? You can prepare them the night before and warm them up just before serving making them a great choice for Sunday brunch or a busy weekday morning meal. They are just as good heated up as when you first made them. This recipe actually makes one dozen. To bake these, I placed six each into round baking dishes. You can use one large baking pan in order to bake them all together if you would like.
For the dough, you use active dry yeast. Don’t let this intimidate you though. Just follow the instructions with a little love and it’s easy peasy! After the dough, it’s all about spreading the filler evenly onto the dough, then rolling and cutting the dough into pinwheels.
The icing is super simple and made with items you probably already have in your pantry.
Now get to baking and don’t forget to let me know how yummy these are!
Ingredients Instructions Notes Home Chef Tip: For cutting the perfect pinwheels from your dough log, use a taunt string like a dental floss. Place the string or floss under the log, cross over the top and pull through for the perfect cut.
Home Chef Tip: For cutting the perfect pinwheels from your dough log, use a taunt string like a dental floss. Place the string or floss under the log, cross over the top and pull through for the perfect cut.
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