Cinnamon Sugar Snackers

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This is a great idea to get your kids in the kitchen.  I made these last week for my high school students and they loved them!  It is something that can be thrown together in a matter of minutes and the next thing you know you are enjoying them with a cup of Joe!  It makes about 30 at about 80 calories each with is not too bad.  So if you were like me with some canned biscuits hanging around in the refrigerator these are winners.

The down side is that some of the cans of biscuits are a little difficult to separate into three parts.  I found that it is much easier to separate the dough when it is very cold.  Take them out of the refrigerator when ready to use.  To speed up the process get yourself some help.  Three to four helpers is not a bad idea.

Just out of oven!

Cinnamon Sugar Snackers from Pillsbury

Yield : 30 to 40 snack chips

Ingredients:

  • 2/3 cup sugar
  • 1 Tablespoon cinnamon
  • 1/3 cup melted butter or margarine
  • 1 (12-oz) can Pillsbury Grands Jr. Golden Layers refrigerated buttermilk biscuits

Directions:

  1. Heat oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Line cookie sheet with parchment paper or lightly grease.
  3. In a small shallow bowl, combine sugar and cinnamon.  Mix well.
  4. Separate dough into 10 biscuits.  Separate each biscuit into 3 to 4 layers.
  5. Dip each layer into melted butter.
  6. Coat both sides with cinnamon sugar mixture.
  7. Place each 1 inch apart on the prepared cookie sheet.
  8. Bake at 400 degrees for 6 to 8 minutes or until golden brown.  Serve warm.
  9. Enjoy!
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50 responses to “Cinnamon Sugar Snackers

  1. Rachael

    I love cinnamon! I would love to make these

  2. Taylor Jones

    I learned that you can use leftover canned biscuits and it is easier to cut them when they are cold.

  3. Cierra

    These are really quick and easy snack for my little sisters. I love them!

  4. Shae Stanley

    This is a quick and low calorie snack that is easy to make and doesn’t require many ingredients. I can’t wait to try this at home.

  5. Anna Scasny

    I learned they are very easy to make and they would be good with coffee

  6. Lindsey

    I learned that you can cut those biscuits into small pieces !

  7. Victoria

    These are so easy to make ! and they are so good!!

  8. maya

    these are a really quick and easy snack, i cant wait to make them!

  9. Aubrey Freeman

    i learned you can make these cookies without many ingredients

  10. hannah wills

    I learned that you need to coat the cookie dough with cinnamon on both sides.

  11. Rachel

    I learned that these snacks are very easy to make when in a hurry or when you desire something sweet.

  12. Emily Trivitt

    I learned that biscuits are easier to pull apart when cold

  13. haley

    This is a very quick and low calorie dish. It also uses very few ingrediaents.

  14. Shane Woods

    I didnt know it had a low amounts of calories in it it looks like it has alot

  15. Abbie

    I learned you need to heat your oven to 400 degrees.

  16. adrianna

    very simple, quick, easy, grat tasting!

  17. Armand

    Very easy simple and tasty. It is something nice and easy to make when you are in a hurry.

  18. amber amey

    I learned that you can use leftover canned biscuits because its easier to cut them when they are cold.

  19. victoria

    i learned you shouldnt leave the dough out to get warm

  20. Jonathan Pham

    I learned they are very easy

  21. brooke barnes

    I learned they are very easy to make and they would be good with coffee

  22. Ethan Agan

    I learned this is a quick and easy thing to make and a good way to get your kids in the kitchen.

  23. Emily Gilbert

    I learned that it is easier to separate the dough when it is very cold.

  24. Tori Attison

    I learned you could separate biscuits into 3 or 4 layers and it is easier to do when they are cold.

  25. Hannah McManus

    I learned that this is super easy to cook, you can use leftover canned biscuits, and that it is easier to cut them when they are cold.

  26. maddie langley

    It can be difficult to seoerate the biscuits so freeze them first.

  27. Cody Worthy

    I learned you shouldnt leave the dough out to get warm.

  28. breanna swanson

    I learned that this sweet treat is very simple, cheap, and quick to make.

  29. Tiffani Willis

    I learned that these are very easy to make and are a great snack.

  30. chance morris

    i learned that bisquet dough is easy to pull apart when cold

  31. KailinChamberlain

    I learned that it can be diffucult to seperate the buiscuts in three parts

  32. hannah schuster

    I learned that you use biscuits to make these.

  33. Brian Morrison

    Separate dough when cold

  34. Brandi Stampley

    I learned that the dough is easy to make and pull apart when cold

  35. Marlee king

    i learned that you need to leave the dough in the fridge till ready to use it.

  36. Ana Meyer

    I learned that they are about 80 calories each and it makes around 30.

  37. very clever! this is absolutely a keeper of an idea for me. :)

  38. Trish Jenkins

    I learned it is easier to cut them when they are cold.

  39. jenny borges

    it was amwxoeing and really good to eat and i would like to make it at home

  40. They look brown, crunchy and pretty to me!

  41. Miracle McDaniel (3rd)

    This is a quick and low-fat snack.

  42. Tkeya Dix

    I learned that you could use ready-made biscuits or make your own. It tastes really good, and it may be the quickest snack to make.

  43. Chelsee

    I learned that this is an easy snack to make for everyone.

  44. Danielle Summers

    I learned that some of the cans of biscuits are a little difficult to separate into three parts. So make sure that you be careful not to break.

  45. Jonathan Goldthwaite

    Who knew it was so easy to make a delicious dessert of so little ingredients?

  46. Gravett

    I learned that dough is easy to pull apart when cold.

  47. Ondeaaaaaaaaaaa :)

    I learned that these are easier to do when cold!

  48. jordon lee

    I loved the cinnonmanrolls we made so I would love to try to make these too

  49. Shaughnessy Peacock

    I learned that you can use leftover canned biscuits and it is easier to cut them when they are cold.

  50. jamie Freeman

    Me and my friend made these and they where sooooooo good. I love these things.

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