Once you try these cinnamon rolls, no other recipe will stand a chance. These are delightfully sticky and gooey with the perfect cinnamon filling and vanilla icing, and just the right amount of butter to make them moist and full of flavour. You can skip the nuts in the filling or substitute with walnuts or currants or raisins, or a mix.
If the icing is too thick to drizzle, add a touch more butter, one teaspoon at a time, until desired consistency is reached.
One of the easiest recipes. I followed it to the letter (leaving out the nuts) and they turned out perfectly. This recipe made 45 good sized buns, soft and fluffy they went down a treat. - 23 Dec 2015
I made this last Christmas Eve and it was a success. I didn’t use the pecan halves or maple extract-as I wanted to keep it as simple as possible; also, I only used 1/2 of the cinnamon-sugar mix (I didn’t want it to be too sweet). - 03 Mar 2018
This is a good recipe for cinnamon rolls. I left out the pecans and maple extract, because I didn't have any, and I accidentally rolled the dough the wrong way, so I came out with 10 giant rolls, but I just cut them in half to serve. The bread part came out fluffy, and the taste was sweet, but not too sweet. My glaze was too thick to drizzle, but (since I didn't have a lot of time to continue adding butter), I just smeared it thinly with a spoon, and it melted a bit. I would use this recipe again. - 12 Nov 2012 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)