Swedish Cinnamon rolls – a.k.a. kanelbullar

Swedish Cinnamon rolls are called Kanelbulle in Swedish. They’ve been my favorite since I was a kid and I make them the same way mom does. I have them fresh from the oven with hot coffee or even better, a cold glass of milk. Yummy times!

I actually filmed a few clippings of mom baking cinnamon rolls in October and thought I’d make a video film for Cinnamon Roll Day which is 4th of October. I didn’t finish it by then but now it’s edited and I’ve added some fun music that makes me wanna do the Christmas boogie and add a drum roll! Wanna join me?

Here is the video (click here if you can’t see it):

Or maybe you are already in the kitchen baking something sweet? This movie makes my mouth water up every time, and I’m glad I’ve finished it so I don’t have to look at those yummy buns any more. I’m getting fat just by editing this, hehe. What about you, got any dough?

If you need a recipe you can visit Stephanie who after I filmed this posted about her love for kanelbullar with photos of her making them. I also googled cinnamon rolls/buns and found the site of Pioneer woman, which just lured me in and made me want to bake every day! Check out her making cinnamon rolls (not Swedish) and her latest recipe of Childhood cookies and beyond (love that name!). All the photos are yummy, and it looks both easy and fun.

You can really make a movie about anything… Or what do you think? What would you make a movie about if you could? My next one is about happiness. Coming soon to a theater near you. Mine are always this action filled and dramatic! Ha! I think it’s because I’m such an adventuress crazy flipped out person. ;-)

Take care and yes, watch this bunny cook too today! But don’t go his way just yet, ok?

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19 Responses to Swedish Cinnamon rolls – a.k.a. kanelbullar

  1. Stephanie says:

    Hurra for bullar! Swedish cinnamon rolls are the BEST .

    Now it’s time to make pepparkakor – nice and thin ones, authentic Swedish pepparkakor :)

  2. OMGs! They look yummy! I must try them next week, when my friends come. *^v^*

  3. Tere says:

    I’m going to try these! I love to bake!! Your posts are so fun to read : )
    Have a good night,
    Tere

  4. Chantal says:

    Thank you for sharing those cinnamon rolls with us! They look yummy indeed.

    I also came here to say that I’ve just given you the “You’re An Amazing Blogger” award!

  5. MissKoolAid says:

    Mmmmmm… cinnamon rolls… *drools*

    They look yummy. And your video was cute. Hooray for Smilla making an appearance!

    *hugs*
    Sophie

  6. Gina says:

    Kannelbulle was the first thing I learned to bake since moving to Sweden. I still make them every other month, but the kids eat them faster than I can freeze them!

  7. NancyB says:

    OOoooo ya cinnamon rolls! You put me in the mood to bake~! Come see on my blog! I think I will make cinnamon rolls very very soon! They are a favorite here at my house! Great video! xo Nance

  8. Linda V says:

    Jag skulle vilja ha en s?n d?r bakpl?tsst?llning, men har inte sett i aff?rerna. Har du? Mums f?r kanelbullar!

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  10. M?nica says:

    Hello!!, i like so much your blog, and this video, colors, coffe, cinnamon rolls, cat, simple and beautiful things.

    grettings and good easter.

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  12. Denise Forsberg says:

    Hello, /Thank you for your video. I have been making a Swedish coffee bread for many years, but after traveling to Stockholm to visit family, my family wanted the real buns. The video really helped to see how to actually make the buns. God Jul! Denise

  13. koren says:

    Hi, I would like to get the recipe for the Swedish Cinnamon Rolls, Please?!!

  14. tasha says:

    thankssss ^_^

  15. emma says:

    I love your site. It’s sweet, tasty, honest and filled with the wonderfully simple things in life “)
    Emma

  16. Barbara Coker says:

    My grandmother came from the old country. Actually, Finland, but she was Swedish. Everytime we went to visit her in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, she would have her cinnamon buns ready for us. We called them biscuits though. I would love to see your recipe. There were only a few notes left from her, through my mother, but I learned so much from your video. Do you have cardamon in your recipe? I have now added toasted almonds to my filling because she frosted hers with a sweet almond/powdered sugar icing. Living in Texas, my friends want “sticky buns,” so I am making an almond flavored sticky goo to bake them in. I’m morphing them into Texan Swedish Biscuits.

  17. iHanna says:

    Barbara, thanks for your sweet story! I don’t have the recipe I use in English or with US measurements, sorry, but please go to the above linked page bullbaket where you’ll find images, recipe (from a original Swedish chica!) and description! You can add some cardamon too, yes, it will be delicious!

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  19. chiara says:

    I really like kanelbullar…are very good!

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