This is a cheater recipe but oh so good!
Preheat oven to 350.
These are the ingredients - 4 simple items. Frozen bread dough,
brown sugar, butter and cinnamon.
Butter the bottom and sides of your baking dishes.
Flour your surface.
Roll out dough. This is sort of tricky because the elasticity of the
dough make the dough shrink back. Just keep rolling.
Butter the rolled out dough.
Spread brown sugar liberally over the dough. Sprinkle cinnamon on brown sugar.
Roll the dough long ways. You sort of roll and tuck the dough.
Add brown sugar to the dishes and dabs of butter. Cut the roll
of cinnamon dough in 1 inch pieces.
Place in baking dish leaving some room for the rolls to expand.
Let rolls rise - put the pan in a dark place. What I've done in
the past is to turn my oven on - 350. Let the oven run a couple
minutes just until it gets warm - not to 350, just some warmth.
Turn oven off and set dish in oven and let rise - double in size.
This usually takes about 45 minutes - just keep checking. I now
have a warming drawer that is a wonderful proofer.
Bake at 350 for about 25 minutes - always checking. You don't
want them to get too brown.
Grab some fresh cold milk and make sure you eat at least one
while they are warm.