Vegan cinnamon rolls
Did you know that cinnamon rolls are a typical Swedish dessert called Kanelbullar? They are made from yeast dough and cinnamon. In Sweden, they are most often eaten for lunch, and they also enjoy them with a cup of tea or coffee.
Cinnamon rolls are widely spread in Northern Europe and North America. However, they vary slightly from country to country. American cinnamon rolls are often topped with glaze, sometimes even fried. There are also regional combinations: in the American Midwest, especially in Kansas, cinnamon rolls are often eaten with chili. Cinnamon rolls became so popular around the world that they earned their day – National Cinnamon Rolls Day – celebrated on 4th of October, since 1999.