Banana Cinnamon Roll Buns – Flour free Recipe

Banana Cinnamon Roll Buns Recipe

These easy to make cinnamon roll buns are just made of fruit and spices. I first had these at the Woodstock fruit festival where they made a raw banana cinnamon bun. For this recipe you can either bake in the oven or if you have a dehydrator make the raw version. The raw version does take 6 times longer to make.

They are a great high energy snack to have either before or after exercise. It’s best to make 8-10 of these at a time so you fill up the oven.

No flour or any grains are used in this recipe as the banana alone makes up the dough part. This means they are suitable for people following a gluten free, paleo and fruitarian diet. Of course they are plant based and vegan like all of our recipes.

Banana Cinnamon Roll Buns Recipe

  • Total time: 2h 10m
  • Yield: 1 roll bun
  • Calories: 90 cal

Ingredients (per cinnamon bun)

  • 1 Banana
  • 1 tsp Cinnamon
  • 1 tbsp Dates
  • squirt of Vanilla extract

How to make

  1. Cut each banana length ways into thirds. Don’t worry if some of the bananas break up – just use these for the inner part.
  2. Place onto a non stick sheet so that they will peal off easily.
  3. Then either bake for an hour at 250 F / 120 C or dehydrate for 6 hours at 100 F / 40 C.
  4. Blend the dates with vanilla and a touch of water to make the date paste.
  5. Take one dried banana slice and place on a flat surface.
  6. Spread on the date paste, sprinkle with cinnamon and then roll up. Repeat this once or twice more to make a bun.
  7. Then either bake for an hour at 250 F / 120 C or dehydrate for 6 hours at 100 F / 40 C.
  8. Enjoy immediately or keep in the fridge and consume within a few days.

Banana Cinnamon Roll Buns Video Recipe

Banana Cinnamon Rolls
Banana Cinnamon Buns

If you like this recipe check out our three ingredient banana oat raisin cookies.

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2 thoughts on “Banana Cinnamon Roll Buns – Flour free”

  1. You should edit your directions. No where does it mention when or how to add the cinnamon to the recipe. I had to watch the video to see when it gets used.

    1. Thanks for that – I don’t have a proofreader so very much welcome corrections. There was a typo and I said to sprinkle on the vanilla rather than cinnamon. All corrected now, happy baking 🙂

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