Peach Cinnamon Rolls

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These Peach Cinnamon Rolls are a heavenly twist on a traditional breakfast roll. Such a great way to enjoy peach season for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a snack.

Peaches and Cream Cinnamon Roll with a couple peach slices on the side on a white plate.

Peach Cinnamon Rolls

With peach season in full-swing right, I have been trying to get creative with my peach recipes. I have been craving cinnamon rolls lately and came up with the idea of combining some of my fresh peaches with cinnamon rolls… um… yes. May I present to you ooey, gooey, creamy, fruity Peach Cinnamon Rolls. Seriously, they turned out better than I was hoping. I am telling you, this is heaven in every delicious creamy, gooey bite. You will be wishing that peach season was never-ending. These make for an awesome breakfast, afternoon treat, or even dessert. No matter how or when you serve them, they will be a huge hit!

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How To Make Peach Cinnamon Rolls

Peaches and Cream Cinnamon Roll with a couple peach slices on the side on a white plate.

Peaches and Cream Cinnamon Rolls

4.67 from 6 votes
These make for an awesome breakfast, afternoon treat, or even dessert. No matter how or when you serve them, they will be a huge hit!
Prep Time 2 hrs
Cook Time 16 mins
Total Time 2 hrs 16 mins
Course Dessert
Cuisine Swedish
Servings 15


  • Cookie Sheet Pan


For the cinnamon/peach filling:

For the frosting:


  • In small bowl, combine water, yeast and sugar. Set aside for 10 minutes.
  • Warm milk in microwave for 2 minutes. In a large bowl or heavy mixer combine milk, softened butter, salt and sugar. Mix together until butter is melted.
  • Add eggs one at a time and 3 cups flour. Mix for 2 minutes.
  • Add yeast mixture and 2 cups flour. Mix well. Let dough sit for 10 minutes. If using a standing mixer, now is the time to change to a dough hook.
  • Continue to mix while slowly adding remaining 2 ½ cups flour. Dough will start pulling away from the sides of the bowl, but is still quite sticky. Beat 3 more minutes.
  • Coat another large bowl with 2 tablespoons oil. Take dough out of mixing bowl and place in oiled bowl, turning over once to coat each side.
  • Place clean towel over bowl and let raise in a warm spot for 45 minutes.
  • After 45 minutes, put dough out onto floured surface. Knead by hand, adding a little flour if needed. DO NOT USE TOO MUCH FLOUR! You want dough to remain very soft!
  • With rolling pin, roll dough into a rectangle shape about the size of a jelly roll pan (11×15 inch) and ½ inch thick. Melt ⅓ cup butter in microwave for 30 seconds or until just melted. Spread over dough. Sprinkle ¼ cup sugar and ¾ cup brown sugar over butter.
  • Arrange peach slices evenly over the dough and sprinkle evenly with cinnamon and almonds (optional).
  • Roll up starting with the long side; pinch seam to seal. Cut into 1 inch rolls and place on greased cookie sheet. Cover and let rise another 45 minutes. Bake at 350 degrees for 16-20 minutes or until lightly browned. Cool for 10 minutes before frosting.

For the frosting:

  • In a medium bowl, mix cream cheese, butter, almond extract and vanilla until smooth. Slowly add powdered sugar until desired consistency is reached. Spread over warm cinnamon rolls.

Nutrition Information

Calories: 716kcalCarbohydrates: 120gProtein: 11gFat: 22gSaturated Fat: 11gCholesterol: 67mgSodium: 494mgPotassium: 230mgFiber: 3gSugar: 70gVitamin A: 723IUVitamin C: 1mgCalcium: 88mgIron: 4mg

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Erica Walker

Erica lives in Boise, Idaho with her husband, Jared, an attorney, and her three beautiful girls. Beyond the world of recipes, she loves adventuring with everything from kayaking, to cruising, to snowboarding and taking the family along for the thrill ride.

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  1. 3 stars
    Really like the concept and the outcome was not totally as expected, taste was there but dough became to soggy as peach met sugar and heat to bake, not bad though

  2. I’m going to try your recipe. Looks yummy! Do you use salted or unsalted butter? Also, would the rolls bake okay in a 9×13 baking dish instead of a cookie sheet? Thanks!!

  3. 5 stars
    I made these today and they were perfect. I halved the dough and made regular cinnamon rolls too. I rolled mine out thinner so it made over 30 ; and they still did great. Thanks.

  4. I was wondering if you could use caned peaches for this? I have a bunch of them at my house and want to get them used up.

    1. I think that would be fine! Maybe just slice them into a little bit thinner pieces and then dry them with a paper towel? They have more liquid in them than fresh peaches because of the syrup. Let us know how it turns out if you try it!

  5. 5 stars
    I made these for a brunch this past weekend and they turned out SO GOOD! I loved the fresh peaches as an addition! I don’t think I can make a plain cinnamon roll again after these!

  6. Made these rolls today. I had allot of trouble rolling them up and once I sliced them they flattened out. They tasted fine but did not resemble a cinnamon roll they looked more like a fruit pastry. Any suggestions?

  7. A note for those wanting to try the filling for overnight rolls – The liquid in the peaches caused all the filling to drip out and caramalize on the bottom, the insides were practically empty. They were still fantastic, but not traditional in that sense.

  8. Is there a way to make these the night before? At which step could you refrigerate or freeze the dough until the next day?

    1. I haven’t done it that way before but if I HAD to, I would probably Saran wrap it after rolling it up. You could probably slice them but I would keep it as a roll. Let us know how it turns out!

  9. 5 stars
    I made these yesterday and they were really good. I took them to work and everyone loved them. Thanks for the great recipe.

    1. Currently giving these a try. Second rise looking good. I let my stand mixer go longer until I could see it could pull away. Made a monster dough. Wow. Fortunately, I had enough peaches. I believe these will be light and fluffy and delicious.