48 Reviews

These rolls are wonderful, the vanilla pudding give them the perfect flavor, and the dough is the perfect consistency. I use cinnamon honey right in the dough instead of sugar and will often use fresh crushed raspberries as the filling instead of cinnamon. Either way these rolls have cooked and tasted wonderful every time we make them. For cutting ease so it does not crush or unroll the dough use plain dental floss!

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julie727 July 04, 2013

The rolls were enjoyed by all. Both the kids and the husband all agreed that while they were very good they did not taste anything like Cinnabon's. (45)

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JPsBarbie June 05, 2011

Yummy! I made these last night in my new bread machine, they turned out perfect. I used the 2 lb loaf setting and only used 1/4 c butter in the filling, it still had great flavor and made it so the filling didn't seep out. The nuts and raisens were great, I just sprinkled a good amount on. Next time I will not half the frosting recipe, I still had two rolls left after using it all so I just made a quick maple glaze to top the others. Remember to let the melted butter cool down to at least 115 degrees before adding it to the bread machine or you will kill the yeast. Thanks for the simple and delicious recipe!

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Rollin in the Dough! December 30, 2009

We like these thanks

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JJarmer August 22, 2009

Thank you! These were great!! Making cinnamon rolls isn't quite as time consuming as I thought.

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run for your life August 08, 2009

Pretty good buns but not Cinnabon. I've never had a Cinnabon with raisins or nuts. I've used this recipe several time as I like the vanilla taste given by the pudding mix. On another web site I found a very similar recipe for the icing which has the addition of 1/8 tsp. lemon extract. The lemon just provides a nice bit of additional tartness, bringing the icing much closer to the taste of a real Cinnabon.

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Marysdottir November 30, 2008

Wow! Never had a Cinnabon, but loved using the ABM for this. I will place these farther apart next time and use less frosting, maybe 1/2 the amount. Hint about rolling tightly: Paula Deen's show says to pull and roll a bit, pull and roll some more, to make the rolls very tight. I baked my rolls about 20 min. Thank you for dessert!

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MommaEllen October 27, 2008

Absolutely excellent. Everyone loved them. They couldn't have been easier or more delicious. i will be making these AGAIN, and my husband is allready asking me when I'm making them again, and they're not gone yet. They'd be amazing to take or serve for a brunch or breakfast for company. Thanks for posting.

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Parrot Head Mama September 09, 2008

Delicious! I made these the other day (minus the frosting), and wow!! Definately a keeper.

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jessicaknight February 23, 2008
Cinnabon Cinnamon Rolls for the ABM