I followed instructions as listed - in a 2 lb bread pan. I watched carefully while the dough was on the last rise cycle, and yes- it did overflow the pan, but - it was ok since I was right there to punch it down. I ended up adding about 1/4 to 1/2 cup of flour while turning the dough out onto parchment paper. I then rolled out the dough into a large rectangle, making sure to flour well. For the filling I went with 1/2 cup softened butter, 1/2 cup brown and 1/2 cup white sugars - and probably at least 2 tbsps of cinnamon. Rolled into a log, cut with a knife, put into a round pie pan lined with parchment paper. Put them about 1/2 inch apart to allow for rising. For easy rising, preheat your oven to its lowest setting while you are preparing your dough, then open the oven and allow some heat to escape (10 minutes or so) - then place your rolls in the oven and allow to rise got 30 minutes, then turn on oven to 350 - bake for about 20. This made about 18 average sized rolls, I baked 9 - and froze the other half flat in a gallon zipper bag. I feel that without the changes in spice to butter ratio - the cinnamon would not have been strong enough. With the changes listed, they were amazing. We attacked the pan out of the oven! For the frosting, I just used 1 cup of powdered sugar, 1/2 tsp or so of vanilla extract (but I bet almond would be awesome too, or even orange!) and 1/4 cup of heavy cream (I was out of milk, and needed to use the cream up).
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I followed instructions as listed - in a 2 lb bread pan. I watched carefully while the dough...