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Very good, they made the top of my bread machine lift up while rising on the dough cycle. I let them rise a second time for about 25 minutes, then baked. The dough was very soft and yummy. The only thing I changed was I used a 1/4 cup of margerine to spread on the dough with the brown sugar and cinnamon. They were very good.... I made them for a friend for her birthday.

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Whiskerkitty December 27, 2010

I made these last night. These turned out fantastic! I had extra time and let the bread machine work through the entire dough cycle and then let them rise for about 30 mins. Mine turned out perfect! Fluffy and soft inside, perfectly sweet and spicy, a little syrupy on the bottom a little chewy on top. Too easy. The instant vanilla pudding makes a subtle flavor in the pastry. I will be making these again and often. Next time I will make the short version for morning tea with friends. Thanks for posting this one 8-)

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Reddles March 09, 2010

I chose this recipe because I was looking for an easier and quicker one that is also delicious. This did not disappoint. We've made them a couple of times already and will be making them regularly. I have frozen one (after baking) to see how it does to microwave for a quick breakfast. Thanks for posting.

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Deb G July 20, 2009

WOW - I LOVE THIS RECIPE! I am a novice bread machine user and this was so easy. I've made them twice now, as specified by recipe,with fantastic results both times and my friends and family were so impressed! Thanks for sharing this great recipe Fairy Godmother.

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sharon214 April 19, 2009

My husband and friends loved these and they were so easy! I had to take some to early church and I did everything except bake the night before. I covered the pan with plastic wrap and put in fridge. The next morning I baked and iced. I didn't talk to the praise team afterwards, but the pans were completely empty.

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Chef likestocook March 04, 2007

Fantastic recipe; very quick and so easy to make. I was so surprised that you didn't have to wait for them to rise before putting them in the oven. They turned out perfect. I did however sprinkle raisins over the filling just before I rolled it up, only because we like raisins. I keep wanting to take a picture for you but they go so fast. I have made 5 batches so far. My family and the guys on the UTU picket line absolutely loved them. This recipe has definitely become a favorite in my house. Thank you so much for sharing.

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Biffy 62 March 01, 2007

Wow! My family raves about these cinnamon rolls. I followed the recipe exactly all the way thru cutting them and placing them in a pan ready to bake. Then I put the pans in the oven to rise for 30-45 min. (I always use my oven to rise dough. don't turn on, just place a large pan of hot water on the bottom rack. Cover the dough with a tea towel). This 2nd rise makes them so fluffy! I made regular glaze out of powered sugar, vanilla, and milk with no cream cheese as my family doesn't like it. WONDERFUL! thanks for the recipe!

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jlshadrake_10924964 April 24, 2013
Easy Cinnamon Buns (Bread Machine)