I can not describe how good these were and easy too!
You will need a bread maker to do the hard work for you.
Take the following ingredients and chuck them in the bread maker:
300g plain flour
40g white sugar
5g yeast - if you machine has a special hole for the years use that.
Select the pizza dough function or similar and go and put your feet up, have a coffee and a flick through your favourite magazine.
You need the following for the rest of the recipe:
170g brown sugar
90g softened butter (I melted mine in the microwave)
When the bread maker has worked it's magic, dust a surface with flour and roll out the dough to a large rectangle.
Spread the softened butter all over the dough then sprinkle with brown sugar, finally add a good layer of cinnamon.
Roll the dough so you have one long sausage and pinch the edges to seal them.
Cut into 9 equal slices and arrange in a pan (if you don't have silicon you will need to grease it first).
Bake for 20-25mins until browned at 190°C
Allow to cool for a few minutes, whilst it is cooling mix together 150g icing sugar and 1 tbsp lemon juice plus enough water to make a thick sauce. Drizzle all over the rolls, if they are still warm the drizzle will soak in, hmmmm. Now eat, share with your family and they will love you forever.