The french bread dough was impossible to just "unroll" as simply as indicated in the directions. I tried 3 different cans before I gave in to just using my rolling pin which made the dough a little more tough than I would have liked.I added more butter than the recipe called for and would have liked a bit of regular sugar to make it a bit sweeter and not so "carmelly" as the brown sugar tends to do. I'm sure I'll try this again... Thanks for posting.
I have made this twice now and they are so good, and easy to prepare. They don't last long, my two boys wolf them down pretty quick! The first time I put the icing on while the rolls were still a little too warm, and it made a nice glaze, but the second time I let them cool a little longer and the icing stayed thicker, and that's the way I like it the best. Thanks for the yummy recipe the whole family enjoyed!
These are so darn easy!!! Thanks for posting!!
Perfect cinnie rolls, Chris! I used Rhodes plain ole white dough, followed your easy directions, and out popped a pan full of yummies! This one's really neat to toss together and have ready for breakfast! Thanks for sharing, Kiddo ... I'll be doing these again! Laudee
Great recipe! It was easy and it tasted great. I liked how the butter and brown sugar carmelized in the pan while it bakes. It could have even been eaten with out the glaze they were that good. I loved the chewy-ness of them and my two year old seemed to approve as well!