Actually, about 3 years ago I tried joythebaker's cinnamon pull apart bread. Which was 'meh', all right. Nothing to rave about. I found that the dough was lacking sugar, salt and depth. I tried a few other recipes. Then I gave up. That was then.
Now, a few days ago, I made cinnamon rolls. I got the recipe from Sorted. It worked out pretty well I'd say. The bread was soft and chewy. But I would make a few tweaks the next time I make it. Definitely will melt the butter for the filling, in addition to slathering butter on the raw dough before adding the sugar mixture. I also did not mix my yeast with the flour. I heated up the milk to 44C (take note that yeast loves warm, not HOT water an ideal temperature of ~37C-46C, any hotter it will die) and stirred in the sugar then added my yeast to leaven it or to 'wake it up'. I find that this leavening process for bread is very important and my past few attempts to bake a variety of breads had failed because I omitted this process. I did not add the orange zest, but you could, although it isn't necessary.
And, next time, I will use a cream cheese glaze.
I managed to get about 26 rolls from my recipe, I tucked it into a 13"x9" baking pan.
Please also take note that I don't oil my bowl before leaving it to rise as I don't find it necessary. And if you live in a cold country you may have to resort to different means to get your dough rising. There're lots of methods online. If you live in Singapore, lucky you, cos these things don't matter to us.