Friday, July 11, 2008


Cinnamon bark or cinnamon powder... It is used in cookery as a condiment and flavoring material, being largely used in the preparation of many food, desserts including drinks around the world.
Its hot today and I do not want to spend too much time in the kitchen. I decided to make some really tasty cinnamon swirl biscuits for a snack. I got this recipe from sweet Jenna's kitchen. ! Its not only tasty, its crunchy with a little soft centre. It is also so simple to make it and doesnt take too much of your time. A great snack! Go ahead and try it! its so yummy!

3 Tortilla Wraps
1 tsp Cinnamon Powder
4 Heaped tsp Low Fat Margarine
2 Tbsp Soft Brown Sugar

In a small bowl mix together you sugar, margarine and cinnamon powder. Place your tortillas onto a flat plate. With the back of a spoon spread the cinnamon butter mixture onto the tortillas one by one. Save approx 1 tsp of the mixture for later. Spread the mixture to all the edges of the tortilla.

How to roll the tortillas..
Take the folded part of the tortilla and fold it in half again, this gives it a round shape when you roll it up instead of a flat shape. Roll up the tortilla - repeat this process with all 3 of your tortillas.

Take the balance of the cinnamon butter mixture and spread it all around the tortillas, this includes underneath the tortillas. Use a sharp knife to cut the tortillas diagonally. The cinnamon butter may drip out but not too worry about it.

Place the cinnamon swirl biscuits onto a baking tray, you do not need to grease the tray as you have already spread butter all around the cinnamon biscuits and bake at 350F for 7 minutes. Take the tray of cinnamon biscuits out of the oven and turn the oven tray around for the biscuits to cook evenly. Return to the oven for another 5-7 minutes.
Once baked, leave the cinnamon swirl biscuits to cool on the tray then dust with powdered sugar.

Check out her website for the step by step process of making this tasty cinnamon swirl rolls! Thanks Jeena for the great recipe! :)

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