It took me a couple of tries to "figure out" this recipe. My only change to the recipe was adding 1 TBsp of flour to the filling to prevent it from melting out of the cookies and spreading.
I rolled the dough out between two sheets of saran wrap, and after spreading the filling on each sheet I rolled them up using the saran wrap.
I cut them a little thinner than half and inch because I wanted them to be more like cookies rather than actual cinnamon rolls. Baked them at 350 for 10-15 min. Once done baking, I left them on the sheet, otherwise they would've broken if I tried to transer them. Leaving them on the sheet helped the cookies set and become easier to transer off the baking sheet.
Once I figured out the right way to prepare them they turned out great and were a big hit! I'll always keep a roll of these in my freezer for when unexpected visitors come over (which happened a couple of times, lol). The dough also cuts easily when removed from the freezer.
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It took me a couple of tries to "figure out" this recipe. My only change to the recipe was...