Unbelievably delicious!! I made the dough in my bread machine...it's seriously gorgeous dough. I let it go through the whole dough cycle, about 90 minutes; however, I had trouble with the second rise (after I cut them and put them in the pan, they hardly rose at all), so I'm not sure if I was supposed to let it go through the whole cycle or if I just didn't wait long enough. Either way, in the oven, they rose to fill the pan and baked beautifully! I baked at 350 for about 25 minutes. I can't imagine baking them at 400...the middles would be doughy. I baked one batch right away and let another batch rest for 20 minutes, then put them in the fridge overnight. I took them out about 30 minutes before I wanted to bake them in the morning. You couldn't tell the difference! My co-workers devoured the entire pan in 10 minutes and I'm STILL getting emails and notes about them!! For the rolling debate, I rolled mine from the long side and got 24 medium-size rolls. In the future, I'd still roll them from the long side since it gives you a ton of layers, but I'd cut them thicker...at 2" intervals instead of the 1-1.5" I did last time. As for the icing, I doubled it, but probably didn't need to...both pans were totally slathered with icing and very few people wanted any more. Next time I'm going to double the brown sugar-cinnamon filling. They DO taste like a cinnabon, but there wasn't as much gooey-cinnamon-gooey filling in the layers. These will now be a staple at every Sunday brunch!!
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Unbelievably delicious!! I made the dough in my bread machine...it's seriously gorgeous dough....