Overnight Cinnamon Rolls
Total TimePrep: 35 min. + chilling Bake: 20 min.
These were fairly easy to prepare but the dough was very stiff, even at using the 5 3/4 cups of flour. My rolls tasted very good but they were rather heavy and didn't have the soft, fluffy texture I would prefer. They need more than an hour to rise, I think. Overall, we enjoyed the flavor. For me, it was the perfect amount of cinnamon, it was just that the pastry was heavy.
Easy to make and came out well. The dough being cold in the morning takes longer to rise. There wasn't as much cinnamon flavor as I wanted, if I make again I will add more.
Mine are ready to go in oven but sure seems like there are too many in the pan. Look great though
When I first saw this recipe on Taste Of Home, I had to try them. I have given the recipe out to so many people, but more than that, I take them to ALL of my doctors, and friends. My opthomologist insists that I need to open a bakery just on these rolls, my children love them, a friend wants to buy them for members of the Ladies Group at her church. I was diagnosed with colon cancer in April of 2019 . I have taken these rolls to my GI,Oncologist, Surgeon, and continue to do so since cleared from cancer in 1020. They all love them. Serving them Thanksgiving morning to my children and granchildren, 2021!!!!
I love cinnamon rolls, and these did not disappoint. I loved that they did not require and kneading.
What a time saver! These were soft and sweet. I only used 5 1/2 cups of flour, I felt that my dough was just right with that amount. Next time I will use a touch more butter, sugar and cinnamon for the filling. But they were delicious!
An excellent recipe. Overnight doughs are always the way to go for saving time on morning sweets, but recipes can vary widely on the success. This is great. I am surprised they turned out as well considering there's no milk, but they are fluffy and pillow-like and taste fantastic. Those reviews who claim they are awful and are like cornbread had to have used too much flour. My dough took just at 5 3/4 cups, but it depends on your flour. Done correctly this recipe yields delicious rolls.
These were easy and good, but a little dry. I could have cooked them too long - have a convection oven!
These were the worst cinnamon rolls I’ve ever tasted! Like one reviewer stated, they had the texture of cornbread. Followed the recipe exactly. Had to throw the whole batch out! What a waste of time and ingredients!
I really liked the recipe. I made a couple tweaks though. I used oat milk instead of water (that I warmed and dissolved the yeast in) as well as adding cup of starter. I added the starter to the mixing bowl then added the oat mild w/yeast and proceeding as directed on the directions. They were moist and a little tangy. Very good.