Yummy, very delicious, like orange sticky buns.
my kids loved this recipe...tastes like cinnamon buns only orangey
Spectacular taste and presentation!
Wonderful, decadent recipe! My mother took seconds, which NEVER happens! :} Made these for a holiday brunch. They were a huge hit. The only warning is that I have a 2 pound bread machine and this blew the top off. LOL
Yummy! Plus easier than filled rolls - these are fun to make with a child's help. Since these rolls are best when fresh (and still warm-m-m-m), I make the two pans of 8 rolls and just allow one to rise and bake immediately. I cover the other one with heavy duty foil and freeze it just before the final rise, then another day when I want fresh rolls, I take it out of the freezer the night before to thaw and rise on the counter overnight. (May need to do this in the refrigerator during hot weather.) The rolls are ready to bake off the next morning and turn out great! I also find that 3/4 cup butter is more than is needed for the coating.
Overall a delicious recipe. I have a hard time with bread machine recipes because I end up staring at the dough and adjusting water or flour the first 10 minutes, plus I'm never happy with the amount of kneading... Figured I should mention that since that may have affected my results. The flavor was yummy and I adding cinnamon to the coating (orange cinnamon rolls!). Reminded me of monkey bread but, as Smiles3 said, these don't keep well. Make them for brunch and eat them up!
Unfortunately Didn't enjoy this recipe The buns didn't keep as well as i thought they would, and I didn't much like the flavor.
I loved the flavour of these rolls! Thank you for posting.
Wow! I am at a loss for words. These are just great! I try a lot of recipes for baked goods to show off to friends. Most just get eaten at home don't make the "cut" when it comes to being gift-worthy. I am known for my baking, and I want to keep it that way. The taste is so fresh, different, and wonderful! I did find that they were a little dry after a few hours, so next time I will probably add a little oil to the dough. I made 8 rolls and 12 muffins. The muffins turned out beautiful. Next time I will probably make 24 and bake them in muffin tins. I did find that the ones made in muffin tins were more dry than the rolls; hopefully more oil and a shorter cook time will help. I baked the rolls for about 25-30 minutes (not sure exactly), and I baked the muffins 20 minutes (I'll try 18 next time). Thank you Bev for a truely wonderful, impressive recipe!
Deliciously different. My family loves these. Thank you.