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Cinnamon Rolls 7 Ways

Did you see the amazing BACON SWIRLED CINNAMON ROLLS we featured the other day? I still can’t stop thinking about them. So much so I wondered how many other varieties of cinnamon rolls are out there to be tasted and discovered. Naturally my fingers started clicking around the blogosphere and I collected 7 of the most fantastically decadent and delicious looking cinnamon roll recipes to share with you, including one of my personal favorites Nutella Filled Cinnamon Rolls w/Cherry Glaze {pictured above}. You can find them all after the jump. 

  • Bacon Swirl Cinnamon Rolls 1 of 7
    Bacon Swirl Cinnamon Rolls
    Bacon makes everything better including when it's rolled into cinnamon rolls.
    Get the recipe for Bacon Swirl Cinnamon Rolls
  • Nutella Filled Cinnamon Rolls w/Cherry Glaze 2 of 7
    Nutella Filled Cinnamon Rolls w/Cherry Glaze
    These cinnamon rolls have a warm ooey gooey Nutella center and are kissed with a cherry glaze.
    Get the recipe on bell'alimento
  • Most Perfect Cinnamon Rolls 3 of 7
    Most Perfect Cinnamon Rolls
    Will this be your most perfect cinnamon roll recipe?
    Get the recipe on DoughMessTic
  • Truck Stop Cinnamon Rolls 4 of 7
    Truck Stop Cinnamon Rolls
    If all truck stops served rolls like these I'll be rolling in more often!
    Get the recipe on Martha Stewart
  • Pumpkin Brioche Cinnamon Rolls 5 of 7
    Pumpkin Brioche Cinnamon Rolls
    These elegant pumpkin brioche cinnamon rolls are perfect for fall.
    Get the recipe on DoughMessTic
  • Cinnamon Rolls & Waffles Together 6 of 7
    Cinnamon Rolls & Waffles Together
    An unexpected yet delicious twist. Cinnamon Rolls & Waffles together in one bite.
    Get the recipe on Fields of Cake
  • Orange Cinnamon Rolls 7 of 7
    Orange Cinnamon Rolls
    Orange Cinnamon Rolls are the perfect sweet treat for breakfast.
    Get the recipe on Bran Appetit

Read more from bell’alimento {Paula} on her Food Blog, Twitter & Facebook.

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