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Cinnamon roll

British pronunciation/sˈɪnəmən ɹˈəʊl/
American pronunciation/sˈɪnəmən ɹˈoʊl/
Cinnamon roll

a sweet, baked pastry made from a rolled dough filled with a mixture of cinnamon, sugar, and butter

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What is "cinnamon roll"?

A cinnamon roll is a type of sweet pastry that is popular around the world, especially in North America and Northern Europe. It is made from a soft yeast dough that is enriched with sugar, butter, and eggs, which gives it a fluffy texture and a slightly sweet taste. The dough is then rolled out into a thin sheet and spread with a mixture of cinnamon, sugar, and butter, which adds a spicy and sweet flavor to the pastry. The sheet of dough is then rolled up into a log and sliced into individual rolls, which are baked in the oven until golden brown and fragrant. Cinnamon rolls are often finished with a glaze or frosting, which adds a sweet and creamy finish to the pastry. They are often enjoyed as a breakfast food or a dessert, and are a favorite among both children and adults.

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