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Very good.

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pansregnig March 06, 2010

Lots of work - not a ton, but it definitely takes the full 3 3/4 hours to finalize. I'm sure it gets easier as you make them more often. I'm not a from scratch baker except for cookies, so for pros these will be a breeze, I'm sure; but any amateur (like me) can also have great results! Had I realized these were monster rolls, I would have cut them much smaller to share with a large group such as a Sunday Small Group or a book club, because we will never be able to eat all of these! I think they'd be good with some cream cheese icing or some apple filling. (I know, I know - they must already be about 1000 calories a roll, but just some ideas to try) But, they are wonderful as is! I used a roasting pan instead of two pans, and it took just a couple of extra minutes to cook.

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pjsandi February 07, 2010

It was good but I'm not sure it was worth all the mess and hassle. You must use all the sugar/cinnamon mix (and yes it looks like you would be using too much), but it's perfect and just right. Do not over cook.

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CookinMama December 27, 2009

Turned out wonderful. I only made a half a batch. Thanks.

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aronsinvest December 25, 2009

The dough was a beast, but well worth it. Didn't use the topping, I made my own powdered sugar/cream cheese icing. Make sure you cut these smaller. I feel like if I had done that then they wouldn't have felt like they were so undercooked. That was the only tricky part.

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KoreanSPICEissooonice November 21, 2009

AWESOME! My family loves these. They bake up large enough to make my little one think he is getting a "huge treat".

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esther9 September 12, 2009

I have always wanted to make a cinnamon roll that would taste ooey gooey - this is a great recipe - thanks for sharing.

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paulabundy September 12, 2009

DELICIOUS! I made these to take to a mountain cabin and enjoyed it with a steaming mug of coffee. Instead of making icing, I used a combination of melted butter, brown sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg and chopped nuts in the bottom of the pan. I laid the rolls on top of this mixture. When they were done I just flipped them over on a plate and they were most definitely even more ooey gooey! Delish. I did not use the nuts in the filling. I also added some nutmeg. I froze the rolls in the pan and let defrost and baked fresh the morning I wanted them. They were a huge hit. I only use rapid rise yeast.

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Jopalis August 18, 2009

I was really nervous about making these because it looked intimidating...however they turned out amazing! I thought that the topping was going to be too much, but once it baked into the rolls it was amazing! Great recipe and worth the work.

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emma1222 August 10, 2009

Absolutely delicious! The only problem I had was that it took longer than stated for the dough to rise, but that is probably because I have a cold kitchen. Wonderful recipe. Great for gift giving!

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norby678 June 05, 2009
Ooey Gooey Cinnamon Rolls