EATS // cinnamon twists

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Hello! My name is Lindsay and I am the author of the blog Delighted Momma. On my blog I share skin care tips (I am a licensed Esthetician), jewelry diys, little tid bits about my family, things that make me happy and EASY recipes.

I am SO happy to be here today. I adore Jessica and her creative (no pun intended) blog. Today I am going to share a super yummy recipe that has quickly become one of my family's favorites.

If I could eat pastries coated with cinnamon and sugar on a daily basis (and my butt remained unaffected by the overload of carbs) I would. BUT I am too vain and type 1 diabetic, so this is not possible.

WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
- 1 package of ready made whole wheat dough. (I got mine at Trader Joes.)
- 1/2 cup of organic coconut sugar. (Coconut sugar is a delicious alternative to regular sugar because it is low-glycemic and it wont cause that energy crash that you get from ordinary sugar.)
- 1/4 cup of melted butter
- 2 teaspoons of cinnamon


DIRECTIONS:
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Roll out the dough into a long rectangle.
- Slice the dough into long strips
- Place each strip into the butter.
- Place each butter coated strip onto the plate with the cinnamon and sugar. Roll it around until in is evenly coated.
- Twist each end of the stripes in opposite directions.
- Place on a greased baking sheet and bake for 15-18 minutes.


The only problem I have when making these is refraining myself from eating the whole batch! So gooey and delicious! Hope you all enjoyed this recipe and thank you Jessica for having me over today!

(Recipe slightly adapted from here)
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I too wish I could eat pastries on a daily basis!
Thanks Lindsay for hanging out over here today and for sharing this yummy recipe.
I can't wait to make these! :)

15 comments:

  1. Nice guest post. These look so delish...I have never heard of coconut sugar. Sounds interesting.

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  2. love this recipe! Going to test out coconut sugar for sure! Thanks Lindsay!

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  3. oh my goodness. these look amazing! going to make these next week when I have my god-daughter over. i know she will love them! :-) thanks for sharing.

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  4. love lindsay! she is awesome and what a great recipe, yum!

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  5. Okay! Definitely trying these asap!! Such an easy recipe! Thanks for sharing (:

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  6. I do think I have to try these! :-)

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  7. OH my mouth is watering!! These look so so delicious! I want to make them right away!! Thanks for having Lindsay share! :)

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  8. Ummm YUM. I would totally eat the whole batch- great post!

    eileen
    www.acreativedayblog.com

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  9. this looks SO good! and i'm headed over there right now..i love skin care tips :-)

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  10. Wow this looks easy and amazing. And I need to check out her blog too. Thanks for sharing!

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  11. YUM!! These look divine and totally make me want to go to Taco Bell right now! Haha!!

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  12. I want to make these so bad. damn you Lindsay for sharing these again! My butt gets big just looking at them. ;) haha…She's lucky I like her so much. ha! I'm probably going to think about these all weekend and then cave and make them.

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  13. I absolutely adore Lindsay!!! Her recipes are always the best :) xoxoxo brynn

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  14. oooh, yum! These look great!
    xx Lexi
    FASHION: Glitter & Pearls
    WEDDINGS: Glitter Weddings

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