As you can see from the top photo, these little darlings sliced up really well. Make sure your knife is nice and sharp and you'll be good to go. I found that cutting straight down worked best, rather than slicing it like bread. The one time I moved the knife, the roll started to come undone.
My first attempt yielded 4 dozen-ish. In all honesty, I have about 3 dozen presentable cookies and 1 dozen "tasters." The website says that these freeze well, but I don't think they'll last long in my house.
All in all, these are great, and I'll be making them again...and again...and again! They have a similar taste to a family favorite that my Mom makes. When we were little, she would take any leftover pie crust pieces, roll them out, fill with brown sugar, cinnamon and pats of butter, and fold it all up. Vent the top with some fork pricks, bake at 325 until golden brown, and once cooled, slice into bars. She always called them "Pets", but we always called them yummy!!!