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Easy to make and everyone likes them.
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Cooking time was off
To be fair, the parts that were cooked through were very tasty. But the cooking time of 30-35 minutes wasn't enough. I would say it should've been about 45-50 minutes. I couldn't put them back in, because I'd already frosted them. If baked properly, they would be delicious. I still recommend them.
<li>No trans fat</li><li>Kosher</li>
delicious when I add some extras
These cinnamon rolls are excellent. I put them in a pan (per directions) and let them thaw in the refrigerator over night. The next morning when they are still cold I UNROLL them and dust them with cinnamon,raisins .ground walnuts and brown sugar. Then I roll them back up and let them rise at room temp per directions. Then bake. They taste like home made. They're good if you don't doctor them up-but you'll be happy you took the extra 5 minutes to add to them.
Great to Perfect
These rolls are really impressive. I'm picky about bakery products so when I think a roll is great without any doctoring, but perfect with doctoring, it's a repeat buy. Even the included frosting is delicious. I saw a tip on Pinterest or some other site about a recipe for doctoring these rolls with vanilla pudding powder, butter, and extra cinnamon. The doctored recipe called for dousing the rolls with an entire melted stick of butter which is really overkill, but the rest of the recipe was fantastic, and I've now modified it to perfection. This is what I do: Get a small resealable container and add a box of loose, powdered Instant Vanilla pudding mix to it. Just the powder (do not make the pudding). Add a few tablespoons of cinnamon to the vanilla pudding powder. Shake and store this as your pudding mixture (you'll use in the future, trust me). Take out as many frozen rolls as you plan to make. Melt a bit of butter in a dish -- about 1/2 stick for the entire bag is fine. Less if you're only making a few. Dip the frozen roll in butter on both sides, and then drop it in your pudding powder. Shake to coat. Lay in your greased pan. Repeat with every roll, adding to your pan. Your pan of rolls should now be essentially 'breaded' with this pudding and cinnamon mixture. If you have any left over melted butter, drizzle on the frozen rolls. Raise and bake according to directions. Fantastic in every way.
Taste like homemade!
I have used this product several times. I love how easy they are to make . I use the rapid rise directions, and have fresh hot cinnamon buns in 2 hrs. They come with 2 packages of frosting. I have spent a whole day in the past to make them from scratch and these taste the same. Saves time and tastes delicious!
We love these!
We have these often! They are as close to what grandma used to make, as I can find! I put them in a lightly greased pan, cover with plastic wrap, when we wake in the am I bake them according to directions. I like the idea that they are frozen individually and I only bake what we need! Very good!