I am grateful for finding this recipe,even more grateful to you Bergy for posting it!!!These were the quickest cinnamon rolls I have ever made.They tasted scrumptious and I will for sure make these again.I added more cinnamon cause we like um cinnamonny(is that a word?),left out the nuts and these were winners!!!!Great!Thanks again,Bergy.
Out of this world, Bergy!! This was so easy! I used 1 cup all purpose flour and 1 cup whole-wheat flour, in a lame attempt to make it "healthy" :-) I omitted the melted margarine, because the dough seemed to have enough "grease" on the surface for the filling to stick. I didn't change anything else, besides having to bake for 30 minutes in my really slowwww oven. This will make for fantastic breakfasts the next few days! Thanks!
YUMMY! I made these for breakfast on Sunday morning and we really enjoyed them. I added some brown sugar (maybe a 1/4 cup) and some cinnamon (maybe 2 -3 tsp) to the batter and I enjoyed the extra sweetness. I think next time I make them (which will be next weekend I am sure) I will pop the dough in the fridge for a little while to help firm it up. When I rolled up the dough after adding the filling, it was a bit tough to keep it in a tight roll. Maybe I am just no good at rolling though! :) Overall, A GREAT RECIPE which was thoroughly enjoyed. Thanks so much for a great new Sunday treat.
This was so tasty and excellent! They look amazing, look like they've come straight from the bakery:) I used 1 1/2 tsps. of cinnamon. The whole house smells cinnamony after these have been baked. Lovely! I omitted the raisins since nobody is a raisin fan at my place. Making the dough took quite sometime for me(I guess almost 45 minutes to knead it), it was a great exercise!!:) We enjoyed it with hot tea. Thank-you!
This really was an easy recipe. The buns came out wonderful. I added a confectioners sugar and water mix to making a topping for the buns.
Really good Bergy!! was looking for something to go with our coffee, on Mother's day before we went later to a Mother's day brunch. These were wonderfull, put them together the night before and popped them in the oven in the morning, nuuummmy!! Didn't have any yogurt around so I used no fat sour cream, it worked just fine. Nice to be able to make cinnamon buns with out the fuss with yeast, very quick and easy!! Thanks for sharing, once again a really usefull recipe.
These are the easiest cinnamon buns I have ever made. I didn't have plain low fat yogurt, so I used 1/2 non-fat buttermilk and 1/2 vanilla Biobest yogurt. I didn't use the rasions, as my kids aren't crazy about them. They were really good, and so very easy. What a nice treat with a cup of hot java on a beautiful sunny morning on the deck. Thanks very much Bergy, I will be making these again!
These were easy and tasty -better than bought ones! Plus, it was all ingredients I always have. You were right, there were no leftovers. Thanks for this recipe.
Quick, easy and tasty! what more could you ask for? I didn't have and plain yogurt but I had vanilla Greek yogurt so I used that. I also used butter in place of the margarine as we only had butter. Other than that I followed the recipe as written.They turned out great and I know I will use this this recipe again. We had some leftover homemade vanilla frosting in the freezer so I spread a little over top of them and my family gobbled them up. Thanks Bergy!
These were pretty good but the texture was not what I expected. I omitted the nuts as the kids don't like them. I ended up making an icing sugar glaze to top them which was quite nice. Overall, a good recipe, thank you for sharing.