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How to Make Caramel Apple Cinnamon Rolls: A Step-by-Step Guide - Microwave Recipes

How to Make Caramel Apple Cinnamon Rolls: A Step-by-Step Guide

Q: Can I use a different type of flour instead of high-gluten flour for these rolls?
A: High-gluten flour is preferred for its elasticity and structure, but you can use all-purpose flour in a pinch, though the texture might be slightly different.

Q: Is it necessary to use fresh yeast, or can I substitute it with dry yeast?
A: Fresh yeast is recommended for its effectiveness in this recipe. If substituting with dry yeast, use a third of the amount specified for fresh yeast.

Caramel Apple Cinnamon Rolls


  • High-gluten flour: 250g
  • Salt: 2g
  • Milk powder: 12g
  • Fresh yeast: 9g
  • Milk: 110g
  • Butter: 30g (for dough) + 18g (for filling)
  • Apples: 2
  • Cinnamon: to taste
  • Sugar and water for caramel
  1. Prepare the ingredients. The recipe is simple and highly successful, perfect for a cold winter day with apples.
  2. Start by making the caramel apple filling. In a pan, cook sugar and water until caramelized, then melt in 18g of butter.
  3. Dice two apples and add them to the pan with cinnamon powder. Cook until the apples are soft and colored, then set aside to cool.
  4. Sift 250g of high-gluten flour.
  5. Add 12g of milk powder.
  6. Add 2g of salt and mix all the dry ingredients well.
  7. In a separate container, mix 110g of milk, 30g of honey, and one egg.
  8. Combine the wet ingredients thoroughly.
  9. Pour both dry and wet ingredients into a mixing bowl.
  10. Add 9g of fresh yeast.
  11. Mix until the dough reaches the thick film stage (smooth dough with jagged holes when stretched).
  12. Work in 30g of butter and continue mixing until the dough is fully extended (smooth holes when stretched).
  13. Cover with plastic wrap and let it ferment at room temperature for 40 minutes.
  14. Once fermented, press the dough to release gas and roll it into a rectangle.
  15. Evenly spread the cinnamon apple filling over the dough.
  16. Roll the dough.
  17. Cut the roll into segments.
  18. Place the segments on a baking tray and let them ferment at 32°C for 40 minutes.
  19. After fermentation, brush the surface with beaten egg.
  20. Bake in a preheated oven at 170°C for 18 minutes (adjust the temperature according to your oven).
  21. Enjoy the wonderful flavor of these must-try winter treats!
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  • Calories: Varies based on serving size and ingredients used
  • Rich in carbohydrates and fats
  • Contains protein from milk and eggs