Pillsbury Crescent Cinnamon Twists quick+video
Flaky cinnamon twists are buttery and sweet. They only need 15 minutes. Made, it will disappear in a few minutes! !
These small snacks are full of cinnamon flavor, which is irresistible! I like having fast food on hand, such as hot dog cubes and pizza rolls, but these cinnamon rolls are perfect but not too sweet snacks for any time of the day.
Kids love these
mine! ! I admit it was a bit annoying, but we ended up setting up some snack boxes in the pantry, and the kids knew that if they just asked, they could always have them. Please note that we do have some rules, but children know that they eat “snacks” between breakfast and lunch and between lunch and dinner.
Although we have these snacks, Lily and I often like to make some “snacks” for the family to enjoy throughout the day. One of these delicacies is a recipe we found for Cinnamon Crescent Twists a few years ago. This is a super simple treat that takes a few minutes to put together, and it is a treat that kids love!
I mean, what’s not to like about the sugar, cinnamon and butter wrapped in crescent roll dough, right? ! Children also like to go to the kitchen to help with these, especially the twisted parts. They are really simple, it’s hard not to love.
Only 4 ingredients!
If you like recipes with less than 5 ingredients, please raise your hand! I’m! If you are like me, I believe you are too. We are lucky that this recipe only requires four ingredients! !
- Pillsbury Crescent Roll Dough
The instructions are equally simple.
Dough. All you have to do is unfold your crescent roll dough, divide it into 4 rectangles, and press the triangles together to form a rectangle.
filling. Spread melted butter on 2 of the rectangles and sprinkle slightly less than half of the cinnamon/sugar mixture on top. Take two unbuttered rectangles and place them on top of the buttered rectangle, pressing the edges together.
Cut and twist. Cut two rectangles into 6 strips and put any spare melted butter on top. Twist each strip a few times, then spread it on the cookie sheet, sprinkle the remaining cinnamon and sugar on top.
bake. Place in the oven at 375° F for 8-10 minutes.
tip. To keep them twisted and warm before serving, place them in a serving basket and cover them loosely with foil.
Tips, changes + storage
- Add chopped nut
- Add mini Chocolate Chips Get inside
- drizzle Cover or dip in powdered sugar, caramel or chocolate sauce, cream cheese sauce, peanut butter or fruit tart fillings.
- Try us using homemade dough instead of canned food
- Use some sugar instead brown sugar Strong flavor
In addition to baking these in the oven, you can also fry them easily. Frying will not add too much extra time, and it will give them a bit of crispy taste.
- Frying: Heat the oil in a pan to 325°F. Stir fry for about 30-60 seconds, then turn. Continue to fry until golden brown. Remove and place on a metal rack or paper towel to drain.
- Air fryer: Set the air fryer to 300 degrees. Line the bottom of the basket with parchment paper and place the twist in the basket. Make sure they are not touching. Cook for about 5 minutes, then turn each circle over and continue to cook for 4-5 minutes or until golden brown.
Here are some delicious dipping sauce options:
Storage, Put the remaining twists into an airtight container.
- Counter: 1-2 days
- Refrigerator: 5-7 days
- Freezing: 2-3 months (Frozen quickly before putting it in a storage container.)
arrive freeze I recommend baking these first. Allow them to cool completely before putting them in an airtight, freezer-safe container. Freeze for 1-2 months. Allow to thaw at room temperature. Reheat In the microwave or oven.
We usually have to double this recipe, so that’s enough, because they will disappear in a few minutes! But I don’t even mind, because this dessert uses very few ingredients and hardly takes any time to combine! You may find yourself making these often. 😉
For more benefits of cinnamon, please check:
Course desserts, snacks
Preparation time 7 minutes
Cooking time 8 minutes
15 minutes total time
Service 12 twists and turns
Calories 99 kcal
Author Little Luna
- 2 TB sugar
- 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 1 can of crescent rolls (8 ounces)
- 3 TB butter melted
Preheat the oven to 375.
Unfold your crescent-shaped dough and spread 4 rectangles on the greased cookie sheet, making sure to press the triangles together to form a rectangle.
Mix the sugar and cinnamon in a small bowl and set aside.
Spread the melted butter on 2 of the rectangles and sprinkle slightly less than half of the cinnamon/sugar mixture on the melted butter.
Take two unbuttered rectangles and place them on top of the rectangles coated with butter and cinnamon/sugar. Press the edges together.
Cut two rectangles into 6 strips and put any spare melted butter on top. Twist each strip several times and then spread it on the biscuit slices.
Sprinkle with remaining cinnamon and sugar. Bake for 8-10 minutes.
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