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Step away from the canned dough. Swedish cinnamon rolls, or kanelbullar, have many more layers and swirls than the American version. Garnished with pearl sugar instead of a blanket of frosting, they’re designed to be devoured at fika, a traditional Scandinavian coffee break we’d love to incorporate into our daily routine.
“The finished rolls are incredibly beautiful, but the technique is easy to replicate, as strips of dough are twisted and formed into a knot shape,” explains recipe developer Erin McDowell. “Just like the cinnamon rolls you’ve loved for years, they are best served warm.”
May we suggest steeping a cup of your favorite tea to sip at the same time?
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