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Copycat Domino’s Cinnamon Bread Twists

This homemade spin on Domino’s cinnamon bread twists pairs air fried or baked Greek yogurt dough with buttery cinnamon sugar and a buttercream dipping sauce. All that’s missing is the rewards points! 

According to Domino’s Nutrition Calculator, two of their cinnamon bread twists have 250 calories, 5 grams protein, 31 grams carbs, and 12 grams of fat. This kinda healthy version weighs in at 210 calories, 10 grams of protein, 32 grams of carbs, and 4 grams of fat for two bread twists. Small changes add up, right?

cinnamon bread twists on a white plate with 2 bowls of buttercream dipping sauce

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Domino’s Cinnamon Bread Twists Recipe Walkthrough

I’ll run you through a visual recipe tutorial below and touch on ingredient substitutions along the way. There’s a printable recipe card at the bottom of the post, but you already knew that! If you have a recipe question, hop back up to the post and leave a comment if you can’t find it there. 

Mix all purpose flour, baking powder, salt, and fat free Greek yogurt together.

mixing all purpose flour, baking powder, salt, and Greek yogurt to make bread twists dough

If you’re familiar with my recipes, you know how to make Greek yogurt dough by now. I tested a couple of sweetened dough options but found a plain flour and salt dough resembled Domino’s version the closest. 

Unlike my spin on Domino’s garlic bread twists, which call for butter in the dough, this cinnamon version uses all Greek yogurt in the dough like my air fried cheese bread. If you wanted to work in some extra butter, reduce the Greek yogurt down to 1/2 cup (113g) and add a tablespoon of light butter. This will make the bread twists a bit softer/fluffier.

Work the dough into a ball, divide into 6 pieces, and roll each piece to make 8″ long strips to twist.

rolling the dough into thin strips before twisting

You should be able to easily handle the dough. If not, there’s a chance you made a measurement error somewhere along the way. Adding a bit more flour, spraying your hands with cooking spray, or chilling the dough in the freezer for a few minutes are all ways to combat sticky dough. 

Transfer the bread twists to an air fryer basket or baking sheet and spray with cooking spray. 

bread twists in the air fryer basket before cooking

I used a 6.5 quart Ninja Foodi to make these cinnamon bread twists. Different air fryers may require slight cook time modifications. You’re looking for a golden brown exterior that’s cooked through at the bread twists’ thickest point (see below). 

I’ve included notes in the recipe card for baking in the oven. 

Brush the cooked bread twists with cinnamon sugar butter. 

brushing cinnamon sugar butter on cooked bread twists

I brushed the bread twists while they were still in the air fryer. If you want to make sure no butter goes to waste, though, you could transfer them to a plate with tongs before brushing. 

The recipe calls for 1-2 teaspoon of ground cinnamon. In the photos above, you’re looking at 1 teaspoon. If you really dig cinnamon, I’d go with 2 teaspoons. 

And that’s it. Your cinnamon bread twists are ready to serve! 

Optional: Make a buttercream dipping sauce. 

Here’s everything you’ll need:

  • cream cheese (fat free if you can find it, 1/3 less fat if you can’t)
  • light butter 
  • vanilla extract 
  • powdered sugar (or zero-calorie Swerve confectioners)

You could also skip the dip and make a glaze like in my skillet monkey bread or air fried apple fritters with 2 tablespoons of powdered sugar or Swerve confectioners and 1/2 teaspoon water. 

glazed cinnamon bread twists, skillet monkey bread, and apple fritters

Domino’s cinnamon bread twists are served with an icing, but I wanted more of a smooth dip. If you wanted a frosting or icing style dip, you could use a scaled down version from something like my red velvet protein cheesecake

And that should cover it. If you have a Ninja Foodi or air fryer, you should definitely check out my bacon egg and cheese biscuit pizza or low fat pepperoni pizza next! If you have any recipe questions I didn’t cover in the post above, drop a comment at the bottom of the post. Otherwise, enjoy your bread twists! 

Copycat Domino's Cinnamon Bread Twists

Copycat Domino's Cinnamon Bread Twists

Yield: 6 Bread Twists
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes

Greek yogurt dough twists air fried and brushed with buttery cinnamon sugar. Served with a buttercream dipping sauce.


For the Bread Twists Dough

  • 1 C (120g) All Purpose Flour
  • 1 tsp Baking Powder
  • 1/4 tsp Kosher Salt (1/8 tsp table salt)
  • 2/3 C (150g) Fat Free Greek Yogurt

For Brushing on the Cooked Bread Twists

  • 2 Tbsp (28g) Light Butter*
  • 2 Tbsp (24g) Granulated Sugar*
  • 1-2 tsp Ground Cinnamon, to taste


  1. Mix the flour, baking powder, and salt together before adding the Greek yogurt. Use a fork to stir everything together until a crumbly dough begins to form. Some dry flour should remain in the bowl.
  2. Transfer the crumbly dough onto a flat surface and work the dough into one smooth ball of dough. Portion the dough into six 45-gram pieces. Roll the pieces of dough between your palms or on the flat surface to form thin strips, about 8" long.
  3. Fold one end of each strip over to form a ribbon shape and transfer to an air fryer basket sprayed with cooking spray. Once all six bread twists are in the basket, spray the top with cooking spray and close the lid.
  4. Air fry at 350ºF for 15 minutes. (Or bake at 375ºF for 25-30 minutes directly on a baking sheet.)
  5. Towards the end of cooking, microwave the light butter and mix in the granulated sugar and cinnamon. Brush the cinnamon sugar butter on top of the bread twists as soon as they come out of the air fryer. Serve warm.


For the Buttercream Dipping Sauce

  • 1 oz Reduced Fat Cream Cheese, softened
  • 1 Tbsp (14g) Light Butter
  • 1/4 C (36g) Powdered Sugar*
  • 1/4 tsp Vanilla Extract

Mix the cream cheese, butter, and vanilla together before mixing in the powdered sugar.

Nutrition Information Notes

  • Nutrition facts are for bread twists only.
  • Each cinnamon bread twist has 3 WW SmartPoints (blue plan)
  • The dipping sauce has 120 calories, 2g protein, 2g carbs, and 12g fat (with 1/3 less fat cream cheese and no info from zero-calorie Swerve confectioners included)

* I used zero-calorie Swerve granular in place of granulated sugar, Land O' Lakes light butter with canola, and Swerve confectioners in place of powdered sugar.

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 6 Bread Twists Serving Size: 1 Bread Twist
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 105Total Fat: 2gCarbohydrates: 16gProtein: 5g

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Thursday 14th of March 2024

I never comment on recipes but this was one is SO GOOD! We ordered cinnamon twists from Domino’s and had a lot of cinnamon sugar mix left in the box so we made these copycat ones. Super easy and quick, shook them in up in the box and they are even better than the real thing. Especially considering they’re kinda healthy lol. Thank you!

Mason Woodruff

Saturday 16th of March 2024

Thanks, Jennifer!


Saturday 22nd of May 2021

I made these both ways with all the yogurt and with less. This bread is nothing like the cinnamon twists from Dominos. The bread has a hard crust and is crunchy. Dominos is soft and chewy. I baked mine in the oven vs using an air fryer. I would not recommend if you are hankering for the Dominos version.

Mason Woodruff

Sunday 23rd of May 2021

It definitely shouldn't be crunchy. Something must be off. Sorry it gave you trouble!

Kristina Simon

Saturday 10th of October 2020

So I paired this with masons pizza. I made them bigger which I regretted. I should have made them smaller. So they lasted longer lol I devoured mine. It was a way healthier alternative to the real deal.

melanie malave sanchez

Thursday 21st of May 2020

Made these today and so yummy!!!! I added the confectioners sugar to what remained of the butter, cinnamon, and sugar mix. It was a hit!!! Next time ill try using half carbquick half flour and see how it does! Thx Mason

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