These were absolutely delicious! I halved the recipe and omitted the coffee in the glaze. So good! I love pioneer woman...she has some great recipes!
Took these to a potluck. Everyone loved them!!!! The recipe seems to be very forgiving. I let my scalded ingredients start to boil. My rises were a little short and I mixed my cinnamon with the sugar for sprinkling. I always see this kind of flexibility as a great sign. It means I can play with the recipe just a bit if I like. Can't wait to try with a touch of whole wheat.
Like opium. Made for Alphabet Soup.
Well I did not believe it, then I made them, then I truly believed! Holy cats they were soft, tasty, delicious and a snap to make. I believe I will go home after work and do another batch of these delicious cinnamon rolls. Thanks Chrissy you have made my day. I now believe. Pat Merwin
These were outta this world!!!! I made these this morning for breakfast and lets just say we couldn't wait for all of the batches to bake. With four grown adults in the house we managed to almost polish off one of the pie tins full of cinamon rolls. They aren't too sweet, except for the maple frosting. They make the house smell wonderful. Must have a tall ice cold glas of milk or a cup of joe to go with it. This is a keeper. (If you check out her website, she has better looking pictures. Mine just doesn't do this recipe any justice.
I found it difficult to get the extra flour, soda, baking powder and salt mixed in thoroughly. Why can't I just skip this step and add these ingredients when I stir the other flour into the wet ingredients? Will it alter the rolls in some way to mix all the dry ingredients at once?
I don't like cinnamon rolls, and I did not try these. However, the rest of my family LOVE cinnamon rolls and they declared these a two-thumbs up. I don't like step #5 though. I would leave my butter "soft" instead of melted and spread it on that way. Much easier to roll and doesn't make a mess.