Would You Care For A Cinnamon Stick?

Hello, friends!
And HAPPY DAY to you.
I'm so thankful to have you here
and while you're visiting,
can I offer you a sweet cinnamon stick?
I also have coffee or tea ready to be poured.

These cinnamon sticks are quite the treat
and if your sweet tooth is demanding something to satisfy it
well, these will do the trick.

Here is what you will need to make some:

1 puff pastry sheet-thawed
1/2 cup granulated sugar
2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/4 cup butter, melted

Preheat oven to 450 F 
and spray cookie sheet with cooking spray.

Unfold the puff pastry and cut it in half, lengthwise, 
then cut into strips (less than 1 inch wide)
Gently transfer the strips onto baking sheet
and bake 8 to 10 minutes
or until golden brown.

While the cinnamon sticks are baking 
melt the butter and set aside.
Combine cinnamon and sugar and set aside.
While they are still warm, roll baked sticks into melted butter 
but make sure you don’t soak them, just coat all the sides
 then roll in the cinnamon sugar mixture. 

The original recipe called for a chocolate dipping sauce,
but since my husband is not a chocolate lover
I made a Confectioners' sugar icing dip instead.
I just mixed a little bit of vanilla with Confectioners' sugar and heavy cream
until I got the desired consistency for dipping.

These cinnamon sticks are incredibly sweet.
If you wanted to cut back on the sweetness
you could simply make the sticks
and skip the butter and sugar coating.
Just mix a little bit of cinnamon and sugar into the icing
and you will have a yummy, but not so sweet treat.

Mmmm. . .
enjoy, sweet friends!

Love and hugs to you.

* * * * * * * *

Enjoy 25% off your order at
Offer good until April 30, 2018.


Linda said...

Oh how yummy is that! Hey, I have similar bowls, mine are multi colored spring ones though, smiles.

Hope you have a lovely day friend.

Sandi said...

Yes! Thank you. :@)

Sylvia said...

I would love to have a cinnamon stick and Tea with you, dear Stephanie. They look so good and simple to make.
Have a good day! It's going to be in the low 80's here today and I'm hoping to get out and enjoy it.

Roosterhead Designs said...

Mmmm looks so inviting Stephanie :) This is one I would like to try; the less sweet version! lol Thank you for sharing friend~ Hugs, karen o

Debby Ray said...

Oh yes, please! May I have two like you have? Guess I better not...I had a part of a donut the other day and it sent my blood sugar soaring! They sure do look tasty though. :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Stephanie, These look delicious. I love treats like this one. They also make a sugar free sugar/cinnamon mix that would be good with this recipe. Your photos are simply beautiful. Have a great afternoon. xo

Debbie Nolan said...

Dear Stephanie these sticks got my mouth watering. They sound divine. Just may need to pick up some of that puff pastry the next time I am at the grocery. Thanks for sharing. Hope you are having a lovely spring day. Hugs!

Red Rose Alley said...

Stephanie, I love Cinnamon, and your Cinnamon sticks look Yummy. The frosting to dip them in really makes it. Oh, a chocolate dipping sauce sounds wonderful too. Your pictures make me want to come over and have a cup of coffee with you and one...or three of your homemade Cinnamon sticks. ; )

love, ~Sheri

Zaa said...

Hi Stephanie ..What a delightful treat you have shared with us today ..I can’t wait to make them .."quick and easy"..that’s my cue ( Ha ha) and I do enjoy cinnamon as I’m not a chocolate lover either. You have displayed everything so beautifully ..how can one resist the invitation ... I’d love to sit and chat with a cup of tea please... Enjoy your day ...Hugs

Billie Jo said...

I adore cinnamon anything!!!
And a visit with a lovely friend makes a treat even better.
I hope you are happy and enjoying your beautiful family, my friend.
Have a cozy day!

Tamago said...

Oooh your cinnamon sticks look so delicate and yummy! I think sugar icing dip is perfect for it. I would prefer it to chocolate dipping sauce :-)
Have a wonderful day, Stephanie! xo

Chas' Crazy Creations said...

Oh how I love this recipe my friend! I am definitely saving this one - love that it's so easy and right up my alley. Thank you so very much for sharing and sending big hugs!

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

I just love the flavor of a simple dough with cinnamon and sugar. I have used a whole pie crust just to make these. I like the idea of using puff pastry though. Your dip sounds so good!

hobbyloes said...

Ooohh, I love these sweet cinnamon sticks, a simple and delicious recipe, thank you dear Stephanie.

Vee said...

Sounds delightful!

Julie's Creative Lifestyle said...

Hi Stephanie oh wow those treats look so good and I bet are delicious. They would go perfect with tea or coffee. Thanks for the recipe.
Hope you have a nice week.
Julie xo

Debbie said...

oooh, yes please and i just happen to have all the ingredients in the house!!! YuM!!!

Karen @ Beatrice Euphemie said...

Oh, a wonderful treat! I can almost smell the cinnamon! Hope you have a sweet and lovely week. Hugs xo Karen

Marilyn Mathis said...

Those look so delicious. Only a drizzle of dipping sauce would finish them off. Thanks for the recipe. Hugs

Elizabeth said...

Dearest Stephanie, My! Does this sound heavenly, or what?!?! I LOVE cinnamon but am not sure I would love it with chocolate, so I love that you made a simple, powdered sugar dipping sauce. Puff pastry is a favorite around here, so I love anything that calls for that! I have made some delicious, and super simple, chocolate turnovers with puff pastry, and they were delicious.

By the way, your pretty, floral plate and little ramekin are so lovely!

I'll be saving this recipe to make sometime soon...thank you for sharing!

Love and hugs to you!

Magpie's Mumblings said...

mmmmm - these look SOOOOO good! Coffee with mine, please, and the chocolate sauce would be nice too.

Mari said...

Yum! Those look like something my husband would like. Thanks for sharing!

mamasmercantile said...

You are tempting me, they look delicious. I need to be strong as I am trying to lose a little weight.

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Oh I know how good these are! I made something very similar when Harper was little and I remember her crying for more, as she sat in her highchair. that little one knew a good thing, too! Thank you for posting this as a sweet memory for me. I'll have to make these for Harper soon. Love you!

Creations By Cindy said...

Yes mam, I will gladly take a cup of coffee or a cup of hot tea and one of those tasty treats. YUM! I love anything cinnamon. Hoping you are having a great day. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

krishna said...

Such a yummy treat with tea or coffee.. love it..

Kate Yetter said...

Oh my, these look yummy! I wish I could eat these but I know my hubby and kiddos will love these. I am going to have to give these a try. Thank you for sharing, Stephanie.

Jean | DelightfulRepast.com said...

Stephanie, I agree with your husband about the chocolate! But I wouldn't need any dipping sauce at all. Just give me one of those pastries and a cup of tea!

Lowcarb team member said...

I love adding cinnamon to recipes ...
Lovely photographs and recipe suggestion you've shared.

All the best Jan

Carla from The River said...

I am pinning this fun recipe. I know my fellas will love them.
Thank you for sharing,

Conniecrafter said...

That sounds very good, I do like cinnamon treats :)

Madison said...

Mmm! Yes please! What a yummy and simple treat. :)

Madison | Breakfast at Madison’s

Little Wandering Wren said...

Wow - that was indeed a very sweet visit! I can just imagine all your friends being very happy coming round for a cuppa of your place, they are lucky if I crack open a packet of biscuits with me! :)
Wren x

Margie said...

Yum! I would have enjoyed your cinnamon sticks with chocolate dipping sauce and a cup of tea.

Kris said...

Oh, wow, Stephanie, these look wonderful!! Thank you so much for sharing!!

Paige said...

Oh, this sounds/looks absolutely delicious! ^_^

Kelly-Anne said...

How delicious these look, dear Stephanie! Hmm...I *have* to try these!!

Olivia Bell said...

Those look scrumptious! I'd love to make some sometime! {{smiles}}

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Blogger Template by pipdig