Everyone loved these. The dough was very easy to roll out. I made the dough exactly as written and they were wonderful. I found that when I cut them some of the cinnamon mixture fell out, so next time I will probably mix the cinnamon with the softened butter and sugar and then spread it on the dough. I ran out of orange zest for the glaze so I added a little orange extract. Thanks for a great recipe.
Loved them! I doubled the recipe and used organic oranges for both the zest and juice in the icing. Delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
These rolls were delicious! I loved the orange zest in the biscuity rolls, and the cinnamon-orange sugar filling was great. I would say that my glaze came out a little to orangey for me, but I don't blame the recipe. I decided to add a 1/2 tsp of orange extract to the glaze, with fresh orange juice for the rest of the liquid. I think it was the extract that made the orange taste too strong. Next time I think I'll stick to the original recipe. In spite of this small critique, no one had anything but compliments for these rolls at our Easter brunch. I would suggest them to anyone.
These were really good. Really simple and delicious.
Easy to prepare. Made a nice treat to have with coffee. Thanks Marg@Caymen Designs. Bullwinkle.
Wow, these were delicious Marg! I had these made in no time and they smelled so good while they were baking. The recipe was super easy to prepare and the flavor of the orange and cinnamon was a perfect combination. These were not really like a biscuit, but more of an orangy cinnamon roll. I used milk in the glaze as I didn't have any orange juice on hand and it was a lovely addition to the rolls. I want to try the orange juice when I make these again. Since the entire recipe came together so quickly, this will be perfect to make for breakfast on hectic mornings. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe!