Cinnamon! Good for so many things. Used in so many cuisines. Perfect spice for a bundt.
Made from tree bark it is loaded with anti-oxidants, has anti-Inflammatory properties, cuts heart disease risks, lowers blood sugar levels, may be protective against cancer, and has a powerful anti-diabetic effect just to name a few benefits.
It used in Chinese, Indian, Moroccan, American cuisine both savory and sweet.
And did I mention it adds lots of taste to sweet treats. Like Cinnamon Rolls. What better way to add cinnamon to a bundt? A Cinnamon Roll Bundt!!
I had seen some around the blog world. Most of them used canned cinnamon rolls. I decided I wanted to make homemade instead. I used my favorite recipe (from Bread Bakers’s Apprentice). I cut the roll into abot 16 pieces and loaded them into the bundt pan alternating their position.
Then allowed them to rise and double in size.
Baked about 40 minutes at 350 degrees. (I had to cover them with foil to prevent the top from burning while the middle finished baking). The longer baking time helped the sugar and butter caramelize.
Then I drizzled with glaze (Mix together 2 cups powdered sugar + 1/4 cup warm milk + 1 tsp vanilla + 2 – 3 Tbl melted butter.) and since I was making this for Mardi Gras –
Perfect! Great for snack. Great for Breakfast ( Cinnamon Rolls….duh!). Great for dessert!
#BundtBakers is a group of Bundt loving Bakers who get together once a month to bake Bundts with a common ingredient or theme. You can see all our of lovely Bundts by following our Pinterest board. Updated links for all of our past events and more information about #BundtBakers, can be found on our home page.
And don’t forget to take a peek at what other talented bakers have baked this month:
- Apple Cinnamon Bundt by Tammy at Living the Gourmet
- Carrot Bundt Cake with Cinnamon Glaze by Kelly at Passion Kneaded
- Cinnamon Apple Bundt Cake by Christiane at Taking on Magazines
- Cinnamon Apple Jelly Donut Cake by Colleen at Faith, Hope, Love, & Luck Survive Despite a Whiskered Accomplice
- Cinnamon Bundt Cake by Kathya at Basic N Delicious
- Cinnamon Bundt Coffee Cake by Lauren at From Gate to Plate
- Cinnamon Chocolate and Strawberry Cake by Deepti at Baking Yummies
- Cinnamon Chocolate Chip Bundt Cake by Renee at Magnolia Days
- Cinnamon Crown Cake by Stacy at Food Lust People Love
- Cinnamon Dolce Coffee Bundt Cake by Felice at All That’s Left are the Crumbs
- Cinnamon Espresso Bundt with Chocolate Ganache by Amanda at The Cinnamon Scrolls
- Cinnamon Pecan Streusel Bundt Cake by Lara at Tartacadabra
- Cinnamon Roll Bundt by Margaret at Tea and Scones
- Cinnamon Swirl Bundt by Sue at Palatable Pastime
- Cinnamon Swirl Zucchini Bundt Cake by Bea and Mara at I Love Bundt Cakes
- Cinnamon Toast Bundt by Jane at Jane’s Adventures in Dinner
- Cinnamon Toast Bundts by Olivia at Liv for Cake
- Mexican Chocolate Bundt Cake by Mondo at I Bake He Shoots
- Monkey Bread Bundt by Wendy at A Day in the Life on the Farm
- Pumpkin Spice Toffee Bundt Cake by June at How to Philosophize with Cake
- Red Tea and Cinnamon Bundt Cake by Mary at Los Chatos Chefs
- Six Pound Cinnamon Chocolate Chip Coffee Cake by Rebekah at Making Miracles
- Snickerdoodle Bundt Cake by Teri at The Freshman Cook
- Strawberry Cinnamon Rolls Bundt by Priya at I Camp in My Kitchen
- Sweet Cinnamon Spice Tea Bundtlettes by Lauren at Sew You Think You Can Cook
- Tea Chai Bundt Cake by Rocio at kidsandchic
- Tunnel of Cinnamon Bundt Cake by Laura at Baking in Pyjamas
- Walnut Schnecken Bundt Cake by Tux at Brooklyn Homemaker
Our host this month is Lauren of Sew You Think You Can Cook . Thanks, Lauren.