Cinnamon Sugar Cresent Pinwheels with chocolate drizzle. Do you ever find yourself craving dessert late at night but don't feel like baking up a storm? Sprinkle brown sugar, cinnamon and pecans over the melted butter on dough. Cinnamon Sugar Pinwheel Cookies: the best recipe for using up leftover pie crust & they taste like a delicious cinnamon bun wrapped up in a The icing drizzle is optional, but I definitely recommend adding it. (Make sure your cookie has cooled enough before drizzling.
Butter and cinnamon sugar wrapped up in Pillsbury crescent roll dough, twisted, and baked to crispy perfection! Variations and storing: Variations: Add chopped nuts or mini chocolate chips to the inside. Drizzle over or dip into powdered sugar glaze, caramel or chocolate sauce, cream cheese. You can cook Cinnamon Sugar Cresent Pinwheels with chocolate drizzle using 3 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Cinnamon Sugar Cresent Pinwheels with chocolate drizzle
- Prepare 1 can of cresent rolls.
- You need of Cinnamon sugar.
- Prepare of Melted butter.
Spread half of the chocolate mixture evenly over the surface. Roll the dough up like a jelly roll, making NOTE: For a little extra glittery flourish, dip the cut side of each cookie in coarse raw sugar and then bake them sugar side up. Is there anything more magical than pairing chocolate and peanut butter in a dessert? Combine the cinnamon and sugar together and mix well.
Cinnamon Sugar Cresent Pinwheels with chocolate drizzle instructions
- Preatheat oven to 375* Unroll crescent rolls, do not tear apart..
- Brush on melted butter,add cinnamon sugar.
- Roll back up, slice to make pinwheels.
- Bake at 375* for 9-12 mins.
- Meanwhile melt your chocolate, remove the pinwheels from the oven allow to cool for 5 mins. Drizzle the chocolate over the pinwheels and enjoy.
Place the unrolled crescent rolls onto an ungreased cookie sheet. Pretzels covered in cinnamon sugar and white chocolate, just wait until you taste them! You won't be able to stop munching! A few years ago I posted a recipe of these addictive little Cinnamon Sugar Pretzels! Well, the photos were not the greatest and I thought it was time to re-do them.