4 ingredient lemon cheese buns

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4 ingredient lemon cheese buns

Wake up to citrusy warm 4 ingredient lemon cheese buns and your day just got sweeter and brighter! Tender, moist and somewhat addictive! Yum!

Pastry Cinnamon Rolls

Who doesn’t just love love pastry cinnamon rolls. I mean when I walk through an airport or maybe near a food court at a mall and there’s a CinnaBun store, the aromas make me weak in my knees! Yes, that’s the power of scent. 

Easy Lemon Rolls

These easy lemon rolls or buns have only four major ingredients. Now that’s simple. And, the way I love to make cooking for you. 

Lemon Bread

The 4 ingredient lemon cheese buns are a kind of lemon bread because we’re using a pre-packaged bread dough. 

Lemon Cinnamon Rolls

Crossing the quintessential cheese pastry with cinnamon rolls gives us this delicious delicacy. 

Easy Lemon Swiss Roll Recipe

Now this is not a cake dough like you’re going to find in a swiss roll recipe. Yes, that’s more of a ‘cakey’ roll rather than a ‘breadeee’ roll. I love both of them!

Lemon Roll Recipe

Anything with lemon makes me happy. Whether I’m eating sweet or savory, I love citrusy lemon (or lime). It just makes everything brighter and packs a punch. 

Lemon Bun

I do have some other delicious rolled bread recipes. Whether you call them buns, logs or roll, you might want to dabble in more goodliness with these recipes!

Walnut Bread Povitica
French Almond Cinnamon Puff Pastry
Skillet Cinnamon Rolls
Easy Apple Cinnamon Roll Up Pie
Croatian Nut Roll Povitica
Lemon Olive Oil & Sea Salt/Pepper Toastees
4 ingredient lemon cheese buns

4 ingredient lemon cheese buns

4 ingredient lemon cheese buns

Yield: Makes about 8 rolls

Wake up to citrusy warm 4 ingredient lemon cheese buns and your day just got sweeter and brighter! Tender, moist and somewhat addictive! Yum!

Ingredients

  • Preheat oven to 375
  • 1 package roll out dough, almost room temperature, rectangular square, i.e., crescent roll dough
  • 1 8 oz. container mascarpone, slightly room temperature
  • 1/3 cup powdered sugar + more for dusting
  • 1 large lemon, washed/dried, zest and juice
  • PREPARATION: Flour for dusting, pinch of salt
  • GARNISH/SERVING: Fresh or frozen fruit, honey, lemon or coconut Greek yogurt

Instructions

Dust a clean surface area with some flour.


Roll out the dough. Stretch somewhat into a about a 16x20” size.


In a small mixing bowl, combine and blend the mascarpone, one-half cup powdered sugar, lemon zest/juice and a pinch of salt.


Spread on the dough leaving about ½” from the edges.


Roll up the dough. Sliced into about 2-2 ½” pinwheels. Put in a greased flour dusted baking dish.


Bake in a preheated 375 oven for 20 to 23 minutes or until golden brown and done.

Notes

Using a clean flour sack cloth is perfect for easy turning of the pastry as you work with it. Just dust the flour sack kitchen towel with flour.

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4 ingredient lemon cheese buns

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4 Comments

  1. Gwen Gobble says:

    Look forward to making these buns.

    1. Oh, gosh, Gwen! They’re so simple, easy and yummy!! xoxx

  2. Anonymous says:

    I’m looking forward to making your lemon cheese buns.

    Do you have recipes for a Type 1 diabetic? My son was born diabetic and it’s hard to find new recipes he will eat. I’m willing to try. He’s autistic, developmentally challenged and delayed. Hence, I hope I hope he’ll like “new” changes.

    1. Hi…I’m not an ‘expert’ in foods/recipes for diabetes. But, I do know that many of my recipes are low glycemic and low carb. I love meats, veggies and fruits. I don’t have the recipes categorized as such, so you’d just have to spend a little time visiting and looking at recipes! You might look at salads and side dishes and also dinner dishes. Not sure about what types of ‘treats’ he’s able to eat and stay healthy. At least you can try to bring in small ‘new’ changes!

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