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Manioc (tapioca) flour, evaporated cane juice, modified manioc starch (100% manioc), cinnamon, iodine-free sea salt.
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Reviews For Gluten Free Cinnamon Roll Mix
Based on 11 Reviews
These are VERY good. Best when eaten within a few days.
So darn good
Hadn't had a cinnamon roll in years prior. Thank you!
Loved these! I have been on a restricted diet for years, and then my 3yr old got the same auto immune issues. He doesn't understand why I can't let him eat a cookie. Tonight we tried these. I added some fig spread in the filling, and my whole family loved them! Thank you!
- Vanessa Carter
Didn't rise at all, flat and dry
I am super puzzled by all the other good reviews, I must have gotten a bad box.
I followed the instructions carefully but these didn't rise at all in the oven, stayed completely flat. I double-checked the box to make sure I wasn't supposed to put in baking powder.
That would have been fine if they had still tasted good but they were barely edible. Ended up throwing most of them out.
Being gluten free your choices are sometimes limited. This is an easy option that tastes great. I am also sugar free so I use raw unprocessed honey, butter and cinnamon on the dough, then roll and cut. I served these to some friends and they had no idea it was gluten-free and sugar free
Every batch baked have been great. I buy this one over and over.
Great if you add some extras
I was missing the taste of sweet rolls so I made this mix up last nite. I added chopped walnuts, vanilla and my favorite, cherries (from a jar). Great results - crisp on the outside, moist inside. Definitely will purchase again. I did notice from some Amazon reviews, that individuals added either a half or full envelope of yeast to give the rolls more body. Just gently nuke the liquid before adding to the mix+yeast. Also, flour the board before rolling it out (I used a small amount from the bag, but noted others used sugar or a gluten-free flour). Nice warm from the oven or slightly toasted the next day.
easy to make and tasty
Like chewy rugelach. Small, but very tasty.
gluten free cinnamon roll mix
have not made it yet but I have no doubt it will be as good as the cheese bread mix
I bought these for my husband. They were so YUMMY! Very good. Will be buying again. They didn't last more than two days. One note: They are tiny. Not your normal size cinnamon roll but still delicious.
- Rebecca Williams
Fun to make and very tasty!
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