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These are awesome! Thank you for sharing this recipe! Wow, you were right dangerous recipe, as you can't stop eating them!

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Dissie March 19, 2013

Tastes better than out of the can. Now this is THE way to make them for now on. Thanks! Made for PRMR!

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nochlo November 09, 2013

8 rolls? I got 16 and they weren't tiny, they were average sized! During the rising time in the 9x13 pan before baking they expanded to fill the pan. The rolls came out very nice, I didn't use the icing as they were made for DH and he likes them better without any frosting or icing. Added a bit of mace along with the cinnamon and the aroma was marvelous.

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Annacia December 19, 2013

Definitely delicious! I could not get 8 rolls to fit in one round pan so used two but next time would use 9 by 13 inch pan. I spread on 2 tablespoons of room temperature butter on dough. I used about 1/2 cup of brown sugar with 2 teaspoons of cinnamon. Hubby and I adore cinnamon so chose not to make the frosting as we are light breakfast people. I forgot to put melted butter on top so you can see some flour in pic. Would look better with butter or frosting. I had them in at 350 for a very long time more like 25. Next time I am going to increase oven temp to 375. TY for a wonderful breakfast treat!

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WiGal December 18, 2013

A dangerous recipe, as you can't stop eating them! I got 16 rolls nice size rolls. You can go PRO. With this one. THANK YOU !!!!!

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No Name March 07, 2015

Please see my review system. If only you had included quantities of the filling ingredients! That was the only thing between 3 stars and 5 stars! Apparently much of the almond soymilk/milk evaporated during scalding, so I added 2-3 tablespoons of almond soy milk before the first rise (otherwise the dough wouldn't grab all the flour). For the filling I consulted some other cinnamon roll recipes and used: 1/3 cup butter, melted; 1 cup (dark) brown sugar, packed; 2 1/2 Tbsp. ground cinnamon; and about 1/2 tablespoon flour. I apparently didn't use as much cinnamon sugar as you normally do, as I had some left over. After basting the rolled out dough with melted butter, I sprinkled a little flour before layering on cinnamon sugar, then after the cinnamon sugar, I sprinkled a little flour as well. For my 2nd set, I tried to add a lot of raisins to the roll, but many fell out while I rolled. Note: of my 1/3 cup melted butter, there was enough left over to add to the icing. DH said these cinnamon rolls were perfect, he loves the confectioner sugar icing; he said these were moist. Please let me know if you adjust the quantities of the filling ingredients so that I might upgrade my rating. Made for Please Review My Recipe tag game.

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KateL December 18, 2013
Cinnamon Roll With Vanilla Frosting