Can’t-Eat-Just-One Cinnamon Rolls
Total TimePrep: 1 hour + rising Bake: 20 min.
I made these a second time but this time I doubled the cinnamon and I used another recipe for the frosting that I found on this site for another cinnamon roll recipe. I liked the cream cheese frosting much better. If you make these two modifications you will be very happy with this recipe. So yummy!
My friend Dolores gave me this recipe a few years ago. Ever since it is now a tradition at Christmas time. Absolutely the best cinnamon rolls ever.
I’ve made this recipe 3 times in preparation for Thanksgiving and every time they tasted like dry bread. So gross.
I’ve made a few recipes for cinnamon rolls, and these are the best so far. I did alter the frosting and added cream cheese. Delicious!
I haven’t tried this yet but have a general question: Can I use frozen bread dough to make this or a cinnamon swirl bread. If yes, when do I roll it out flat—before or after rising the dough?
Trying this for the first time, but it isn't rising like I would want it to. Any suggestions?
I made these for Easter, they were delicious. Instead of using plain vanilla pudding mix, I used french vanilla pudding mix. My family enjoyed these, I will definitely be making these again real soon.
I made these as directed except I used banana pudding instead of vanilla because that's what I had on hand. My family thought the mystery flavor was apple until I revealed my secret. Either way, they LOVED them! They especially loved how moist they were and that would be true no matter what pudding flavor you used.
my kids beg for these. It is worth the time that it takes. My kids have gotten involved and are now helping me with making them. Baking Memories!
I've been using this recipe for years. It is consistently good and far better than other recipes I used before it. One thing I love is that these rolls are soft coming out of the oven. I also love that it uses real butter. The frosting recipe is so easy to make! A complete winner and I've made them a half dozen times.