Do you understand what you are seeing here?!?
This is an insanely amazing cinnabon made in 1 and a half minutes in the microwave.
I must say that when I was just thinking about this recipe my jaw dropped.
It was born out of a pregnant woman’s dream to eat a warm aromatic cinnabon.
I woke up in the morning and decided I had to develop this quick and fast recipe for that chilly morning.
It took me some time, at the beginning it didn’t really seem like it was going to succeed, but I just didn’t give up,
I kept on upgrading the recipe more and more until I reached the winning formula!
There are recipes which are classic and clear,
But this recipe is breaking with many conventions,
It’s an insane recipe,
It’s so different from anything you had known until today you’d be tempted just by seeing the ingredients.
And now let’s talk about this masterpiece,
Because there’s a lot to say about it 😉
The dough is sticky and so very exciting,
It’s moist just in the right amount,
It soaks the “caramel” sauce in such a precision,
It hugs the cinnabon flavors in the most harmonic way,
And it’s just B – R – I – L – L – I – A – N – T 🙂
And don’t get me started on this divine caramel sauce.
It decorates every corner of this indulging plate.
It’ll stroke any bite you choose from any direction you choose.
It’s sweet in the right amount,
It’s cinnamony and aromatic,
And it’s insaneeee 🙂
I think my enthusiasm is apparent, and for a good reason 🙂
Now it’s your turn to fall in love,
This is a love at first sight just like in the fairytales,
It’ll excite you,
It’ll sweep you up,
It’ll lead you to new counties of delight,
You’ll think about it in every sunset and every sunrise,
It’ll become an inseparable part of your home!
It’s exactly the recipe to sweeten the beginning of quarantine for us all,
So help me spread the most amazingggg news!!!
Give in to it,
And smile 🙂
Because that’s where it all begins.
Happy days filled with health and smiles to us all 🙂
Cinnabon in the Microwave
Ingredients: suitable for one medium size & indulging cinnabon
For the dough:
- ½ banana
- 5 tablespoons oat flour (unfortunately it’s irreplaceable)
- 1 tablespoon corn flour – this is the recipe’s secret, without it nothing is going to happen
- ¼ teaspoon baking powder
For the stuffing:
- 1 – 1½ tablespoons date honey
- Cinnamon according to your personal taste
For the “caramel” sauce:
- 1½ tablespoons non-dairy milk
- 1 tablespoon date honey
For the glaze:
- Almond butter / cashew / hazelnut
- Start by making the dough, squash the banana in a bowl into dough.
- To the bowl add oat flour, corn flour and baking powder and mix well. I recommend mix by using a fork until crumbs of dough are formed (Have a sneak peek at the video).
- Place the dough on parchment paper and make a ball out of it. If your dough comes out a little wet add a little corn flour and continue to work with it.
- Roll out the dough into a chubby snake shape and squash it a little, until it’s 2-3 fingers thick. Notice not to sprinkle a lot of corn flour on the dough, It isn’t necessary and will make the corn flour taste very present in the cinnabon.
- Put the dough aside and move on to making the caramel sauce that’s in the bottom of the bowl: in a micro-safe bowl put non-dairy milk and date honey and mix until forming a thin mixture in a bright caramel color.
- Getting back to our dough. Smear date honey on it and sprinkle cinnamon. Roll the dough into a roll, try kipping the roll tight and not loose and place the roll in the center of the bowl where the caramel sauce we’ve made is.
- Using a teaspoon, take some of the sauce from the bottom of the bowl and pour on top of the roll.
- Put the bowl in the microwave for 1 minute and 30 seconds. If your microwave is very strong, 1 minute and 15 seconds will do, you won’t believe the magic that’ll happen after 🙂
- Take our cinnabon out of the microwave. Sprinkle a little cinnamon on top and pour some of the almond butter that provides wonderful moist and a cheeky look.
Eat it hot straight out of the microwave next to a good cup of coffee, the celebration is huge! 🙂
A little extra from me:
- Click here to see how to grind oat flour at home.
- I don’t recommend changing any of the ingredients in this recipe, these ingredients will lead you to a winning bite, any change will harm that, from experience.
- Corn flour can be substituted for tapioca flour / all-purpose flour (Contains gluten) – though corn flour is better for this recipe.
- Cinnamon is dispensable and can be replaced with finely chopped walnuts.
- Date honey can be substituted for chocolate spread and make a chocolaty roll instead of a cinnamon roll.
- I don’t recommend keeping the cinnabon, but to eat it straight after making it.
- Can be baked in the oven at 355°F (180°C) for between 4-6 minutes. The microwave version is a million times better 🙂
- And mainly enjoy it, experience, get excited and most importantly smile 🙂
How to grind oatmeal at home 🙂