Do you ever just feel a little... spicy? A pillowy roll with a thick ribbon of spicy cinnamon filling and a layer of gooey, sweet glaze might soothe the savage beast within. If not, well, it will definitely be delicious. These cinnamon treats are all a little bit spicy, a little bit sweet, and sure to please the palates of all your guests!
Copycat Cinnabon Cinnamon Rolls
Getting through security is a pain, but let's be real, resisting the tempting smell from the Cinnabon stand is the true worst part of going to the airport. Replicate that incredible smell in your own kitchen by whipping up a batch of these copycat cinnamon buns. Coated with thick cream cheese frosting, these rolls taste like the real thing but are surprisingly easy t0 make at home. Plus, you don't have to go through TSA to get to them.
Vegan Cinnamon Sugar Cookies
Party guests who follow a vegan diet tend to get stuck with a bowlful of celery sticks while everyone else dines on delicious dishes. This year, earn a reputation as a truly awesome host by preparing these vegan cinnamon sugar cookies. Made with olive oil instead of butter, they're light, sweet and crunchy. Make enough for your non-vegan friends, too, because everyone will want to try these crowd pleasers.
Cinnamon Toast Crunch Coffee Cake
Planning a brunch gathering over the holidays? Make crispy, crunchy cinnamon coffee cake, but don't count on having leftovers. Topped with Cinnamon Toast Crunch and gooey glaze, this cake is something you'll want for breakfast every day. Lunch, too. (Okay — dinner, three.)
Cinnamon Spice Cupcakes With Maple Bacon Frosting
Cinnamon: good. Maple: good. Bacon: good. Listen, you're going to get some questions when you unveil a tray of cinnamon cupcakes with bacon on them, but they're going to be the, "Why didn't I think of this first?" kind of questions. These cupcakes may earn you new friends.
Cast Iron Skillet Recipe: Cinnamon Rolls
Maybe your party guests are traditionalists who know what they like and like what they know. For those guests, a batch of classic cinnamon rolls is a foolproof choice. This recipe is made in a cast iron skillet, giving the rolls a wonderfully crunchy crust. Serve them at a brunch gathering, or frankly, at any time of day.
How to Make a Cinnamon Roll Wreath
In the Instagram era, it's not always enough to make party food that tastes good. You want it to look picture perfect, too. During the holiday season, what makes a better photo op than a festive, edible wreath made out of ooey, gooey cinnamon rolls? Skip the fussy table decorations and slide this masterpiece right into the middle of the table.
Recipes made with cinnamon tend to be a little spicy and a lot sweet. Not a bad combination, but sometimes you might crave treats with more heat. These cinnamon lollipops fit the bill completely. They're quick to make, easy to eat and perfect for enjoying a kick of cinnamon while you're on the go. Serve them to guests with spicy hot chocolate on the side.
Easy to Make Snickerdoodle Cookies
Listen, we've all been there. Guests are coming, you want to make something homemade that they'd love, but your pantry shelves are looking a little bare. This snickerdoodle recipe calls for just the basics — things you probably already have on hand. If you're trying to whip up a cinnamon-y dessert in under 30 minutes, you can't miss with these snickerdoodles.