Made with an overnight dough, to make the process easier. Super soft and stay that way for days.
Both instant yeast and active dry yeast work in this recipe and are interchangeable.
One thing that can happen with different types of yeast is that the rising time of dough can change. Active dry yeast can be a bit slower to rise, whereas instant or quick rise types of yeast act faster.
To be on the safe side, don’t just keep an eye on the time listed in the recipe, watch your dough as well. If you see it has doubled already, before my recipe says it would, continue with the process. On the other hand, if the time I gave in the recipe is already up and your dough hasn’t risen entirely yet, keep it covered and let it rise until it’s ready.
If you don’t like Nutella, you can use any other chocolate spread of your choice.
For an extra twist, you can try toasting coconut before using.
Leftover rolls freeze pretty great. It’s ideal if you double wrap them, for example in plastic wrap first, then put them in a bag and freeze. Thaw them overnight in the refrigerator or in a microwave (using the “defrost” function).