Sugar-Free Caramel Rolls - made with 2 ingredient dough!
I've been experimenting with the 2 ingredient dough so much lately. The grocery store by me has probably wondered why they started running out of nonfat Greek yogurt so quickly. I went to the grocery store after my gym class this morning and bought 2 more large containers. This dough is so versatile. You can literally make anything with it. Pizza, calzones, breadsticks, use it as a crust for some chicken pot pie, biscuits, you name it! I wanted to make something sweet with this dough and lately, I've been wanting cinnamon rolls. Believe it not, but these cinnamon rolls came out to be only 2 smart points (for 1). There are probably ways to make these even 1 smart point but if you add the caramel sauce that makes them be 2 smart points. Find whatever topping you like for your cinnamon rolls, me, I just love caramel cinnamon rolls!
Normally, I don't cook with sugar substitutes but sugar has so many points for it. There are certain sugar substitutes that I don't like that leave weird aftertastes in my mouth and Stevia is one those. The only one I've come close to liking is Erythritol. It's a sugar alcohol substitute and I believe Halo Top Ice Cream uses it in their products as well. I mixed 2 tablespoons of that with some cinnamon and spread that over the dough after I spritzed it with some butter spray. Then I rolled the dough up and cut it into 8 equal pieces and topped it with some sugar-free caramel sauce. These cinnamon rolls are only 2 smart points per serving. Watch the video below to see how I made them.
Caramel Cinnamon Rolls - Sugar Free
- Yield: 8 rolls 1x
- 1 cup of self-rising flour
- 1 cup of non-fat Greek yogurt
- 2 tablespoons of Erythritol (sugar substitute)
- 1 tsp of cinnamon
- 2 tablespoons of Sugar-Free caramel sauce
- 15 sprays of butter spray
- Preheat Oven to 350 degrees.
- Combine flour and greek yogurt inside a mixing bowl and blend until ingredients have formed.
- *if your dough still feels a little sticky, sprinkle flour onto dough until it feels solid and easy to separate.
- Next, coat the cutting board with flour and lay the dough out on the cutting board. Using a rolling pin, roll the dough out to form a rectangular shape.
- Spritz the dough 15 times with butter spray.
- Sprinkle the dough with cinnamon and sugar
- Roll the dough up so you have a long tube.
- Cut the dough evenly into 8 equal pieces. Place the cinnamon rolls into an 8 inch cake pan and bake in the oven at 350 for 20 to 25 minutes. Take them out of the pan and pour 2 tablespoons of the sugar free caramel sauce over the cinnamon rolls. Enjoy!
- Serving Size: 1 cinnamon roll
myWW points: blue: 2; green 2; purple 2
serving size 1 cinnamon roll (for 8 servings)
My WW Personal Points: 4 Click here to see in recipe builder (will have to log in)
- Category: Easy
- Method: Oven
- Cuisine: American
- Serving Size: 1 cinnamon roll
- Calories: 64
- Sugar: 0
- Sodium: 208
- Fat: 0
- Saturated Fat: 0
- Unsaturated Fat: 0
- Carbohydrates: 20
- Fiber: 6
- Protein: 2
- Cholesterol: 1
Keywords: sugar free caramel rolls
I am not affiliated with WW formerly known as Weight Watchers in any way. I am just a member who likes to create WW recipes and share them with everyone. Freestyle is the name of the current program of WW and smart points are calculated for the recipes. Some blogs list them as freestyle smart points and some list them as smart points. There is no difference between the 2.
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Two Ingredient dough can be divided further into 8 equal portions. Not just 4. If you want 2 rolls per serving size just adjust the recipe in your recipe builder and change the serving size. This is just a suggested serving size. Thanks.
Michelle W Dorfman says
I am a little confused. I use this 2 ingredient dough all the time. Direction are to divide it into 4 and it makes 4 bagel. If dividing into 8ths for 8 rolls, why would only 1 roll be a serving, why wouldn't it be 2 rolls?
Charlotte, I know this about self rising flour, the reader below was wondering about gluten-free flour.
Jenna, it is self rising flour in the recipe so it's already in there.
Yes, but you will need to add some baking powder or baking soda to help it rise.
Can you do this with Gluten free flour???
Thank you for creating this yummy WW breakfast! xxoxo
I used another yogart instead of Fage 0% yogart and dough was very sticky. Fage 0 % yogart never leaves my dough sticky.