RoRo is the nickname for founder Amy Collins’ grandmother, who created the recipe for these cinnamon rolls. At first she simply baked them for her grandchildren. Then the neighbors offered to pay for them. (Yep, they were just that delicious.) Here’s the secret: the cinnamon and vanilla frosting is baked right into the dough, not just poured over the top.
RoRo’s Cinn-A-Rolls are fully cooked but are best served warm. Here’s how you do it. Bring the rolls down to room temperature. Remove the plastic lid, cover the package lightly with aluminum foil and place it in a 350-degree oven for 10 minutes. These cinnamon rolls are special enough to serve to family during the holidays, but we like to have some on hand for an everyday treat.