Easy and delicious. Mine weren't as "pretty" as Food.com's, but still tasted great. I followed the recipe, but mixed the cinnamon with the sugar to be sure everything was covered. I also added chopped pecans and raisins, two "required" ingredients at our house. I will cut back a little on the butter because a lot of it was at the bottom of the pan. Of course, that wasn't a problem because we just dipped the rolls in the butter before we ate it. Had to be careful not to eat too many, so we would cut them in half and then proceed to eat two halves. Yummy!
As the title says, these are really easy. The trade-off is that they tend to taste like all refrigerated dough; it's not a substitute for serious, handmade cinnamon rolls. Ours were crispy on top and the layers are really thin; sugar glues them to the pan, which frankly isn't such a bad thing. Use this recipe when you have the dough on and and need something quick. Made for PAC.
Made for the What's on the Menu? Tag Game @ FF&F & served as part of dessert for a family brunch, this recipe was a huge success for me. The Icelandic equivalent of cinnamon rolls is "kanil snudur". I love them, but always thought them too much of a challenge for a yeast-phobic baker like myself. The truth was all I really needed was your "twissis-proof", ingredient-friendly & easy-fix recipe to impress my DH & his family. Not that it mattered much, but mine were mini-sized because DH bought the smaller of 2 sizes of pizza dough -- BUT we agreed that will never happen again. I did use the optional raisins, but left out the nuts as DH is diet-restricted for them. I also made http://www.food.com/recipe/white-glaze-icing-for-pastries-cinnamon-rolls-and-danishes-454978 by 2Bleu as a light glaze. I'm very happy I found your recipe.