Vegan No Knead Cinnamon Rolls

Vegan No Knead Cinnamon Rolls

Vegan No Knead Cinnamon Rolls

No mixer required for these vegan no knead cinnamon rolls. The dough rests over night. 15 minutes of work the next early morning. Gooey and tasty!

An overhead shot of a pan of vegan cinnamon rolls with icing on top.

Two images show a bowl of dough and a bowl with a brown sugar and cinnamon mixture.

Image shows some rolled out dough with a brown sugar mixture spread on top of the surface of the dough.

Image shows a rolled up tube of dough with a brown sugar filling on top of a butcher block countertop.

The important things about these vegan no knead cinnamon rolls is that a) they are an organic food in up until now as pleasure is a requirement for great health, and b) they’re most likely the laziest (however still so tasty) variation of cinnamon rolls you can make. Other realities! They are ooey-gooey and 100% ideal with coffee. They are preferably taken in on Christmas early morning in vacation themed pyjamas.

If you follow me on Instagram, perhaps you currently understand about my fixation with Jim Lahey’s no knead bread (see here, here & here). I began making it about a year back, constantly changing up the kinds of flour a bit and tweaking the baking technique. I make a marathon bread variation with dried fruit and seeds now. It’s really pleasing to pull a comfortable hot loaf from the oven with very little effort. When I locked down on the bread, I carried on to no knead pizza dough, which was similarly rewarding. I was simply truly living that no knead, sluggish fermented way of life!

Eventually, I began considering equating that sluggish ferment to cinnamon rolls. I have actually made cinnamon rolls with directly pizza dough prior to and enjoyed them, so I figured this would go off without a drawback. After a couple test rounds I can truthfully state: these are so freaking great. You simply blend the dough up with a spatula (no mixer yay!) and let it do its thing overnight, roll it out in the early morning, fill and make the adorable little rolls, another increase, a fast bake, little glaze, and voila. These aren’t those photo ideal spirals that stimulate a specific shopping center consuming experience. These rolls are rustic, home-y, and somewhat craggy-edged. No 2 appearance alike which’s all part of the appeal for me.

Hope that a few of you delight in these joyful little deals with. What’s a bit more extravagance this time of year, right? Likewise, enjoyment is very important all year long, so go forth and enjoy yourself! If you’re trying to find more deals with, these no-bake chocolate mint cups and grain-free ginger molasses softies are tops.

I’m taking a little vacation break, so this will be my last post of 2018. It’s been a little a wonky year creativity-wise for me, and I have actually likewise simply battled with what I truly wish to be putting out and providing to the world. In the last couple of months, I have actually felt a little additional wind in my sails, taken some crucial actions for development, and simply understood a higher sense of function with this work. I’m delighted to see what 2019 brings and as constantly, I’m ever grateful to you for following along and supporting me. Sending out all my love for a tranquil vacation. Talk quickly!

Image shows a pan of cinnamon rolls before baking in direct harsh light.

Two images show baked cinnamon rolls and icing being poured on top of a pan of cinnamon rolls.

An overhead shot of a pan of vegan cinnamon rolls with icing on top.

Two photos show an individual vegan cinnamon roll on a plate from two different angles.

Image shows a bench scraper with gathered up dusting flour on top of a butcher block countertop.

Vegan No Knead Cinnamon Rolls

No mixer required for these vegan no knead cinnamon rolls. The dough rests over night. 15 minutes of work the next early morning. Gooey and tasty!

PREPARATION TIME 25 minutes COOK TIME 25 minutes Resting Time 18 hrs 40 minutes OVERALL TIME 19 hrs 30 minutes

Course Breakfast, Dessert, Treat Diet Plan Vegan, Vegetarian

Servings: 12 rolls

Author: Laura Wright



  • 4 cups natural all-purpose flour + additional for cleaning
  • 1/2 teaspoon great sea salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon active dry yeast
  • 1 2/3 cup space temperature level water


  • 2 tablespoons vegan butter, melted
  • 3/4 cup light brown sugar
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons ground cinnamon
  • pinch of great sea salt
  • pinch of vanilla powder (optional)


  • 1 cup powdered sugar, sorted
  • 2-3 tablespoons almond or other plant-based milk
  • pinch of sea salt
  • pinch of vanilla powder( optional)


  • THE NIGHT BEFORE, make the dough: In a big bowl, integrate the flour, salt, yeast, and water. Utilizing a rubber spatula, stir everything together till you have a shaggy, bump-y, sticky dough. Cover it securely with Bee’s Wrap or cling wrap and set the bowl in a warm area for as much as 18 hours. I put mine on the fireplace mantel or on top of the refrigerator.(* )THE NEXT DAY, make the filling and form the cinnamon rolls. In a little bowl, stir together the brown sugar, cinnamon, salt, and vanilla powder, if utilizing. Line a 9 × 13 inch baking meal with parchment paper and reserved.
  • Sprinkle a great quantity of flour on your work surface area and flour a rolling pin too. This dough is sticky, so keep some flour on hand. Utilizing a rubber spatula, scrape the dough out onto your floured surface area. Forming it into a log of even density that has to do with 12-14 inches long.
  • Start presenting the dough into a rectangular shape. You desire the dough to be an even density and about 14 inches large and 11 inches high when you’re done.
  • Brush the whole surface area of the dough with the melted vegan butter. Spray the brown sugar mix equally over the top, patting and rubbing it in with your hand a bit.
  • On the long (14-ish inch) side, begin rolling up the whole piece of dough, making a good cinnamon-swirled log. Then, cut the log into 12 even rolls. I cut off the shaggy ends since I was taking images, however you can keep them:-RRB-
  • Set up the cut rolls in the 9 × 13 baking meal in (4 rolls along the 13 inch side). Cover the baking meal with a tidy towel and let the rolls increase in a warm area for 40 minutes, or till they have actually increased to 1 1/2 -2 times their initial size. Once again, I like to put mine on the fireplace mantel or on top of my refrigerator.
  • Preheat the oven to 350 ° F.
  • Once the no knead cinnamon rolls have actually increased a 2nd time, discover them and move them in the oven. Bake the rolls for 20-22 minutes, or till golden brown and among the middle rolls sounds hollow when you tap it.
  • Let the rolls cool for a minimum of an hour prior to glazing.
  • Make the glaze: In a little bowl, blend together the powdered sugar, plant-based milk (start with 2 tablespoons), salt, and vanilla (if utilizing) till totally smooth. Include more milk if you require to.
  • Drizzle the glaze over the vegan no knead cinnamon rolls. Take pleasure in within the day of baking!
  • Notes

I have actually attempted these with light entire wheat flour and light spelt flour, and both ended up a bit bread-y. Still tasty, however not perfect. Great old improved all function is the very best for real bun-ly goodness. Usage replaces at your own threat!;-RRB-

  • I have not attempted coconut palm or maple sugar in location of brown sugar, however I wager they would work simply great.
  • Prior to you begin, you require over night resting time for the dough, in between 12 and 18 hours. Strategy ahead!
  • Vegan cream cheese icing perfectionist? Lauren’s got a great one
  • here. Published in fall, breakfast, dessert, vacations, nut totally free, spring, summer season, sweet, vegan, winter season

Conceal 42 remarks

Misty Pittman

  • Oh, I do hope you stay in 2019. I just recently found you and you are motivating me to consume more plant-based meals. I’m specific I have actually pinned every dish of yours ha!

    Reply Laura

    • Thank you a lot, Misty! I’m absolutely remaining;-RRB- Delighted vacations to you.

      Reply Jean

  • Such a sweet method to end the yesr! I truly delight in and value all that you share in your area here. Finest vacation wants to you, Laura!

    Reply Laura

    • Thank you a lot, Jean!

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