Easy Cinnamon Stick Recipe for Father’s Day Breakfast

easy cinnamon sticks for Father's Day

Making Father's Day BreakfastWe had so much fun this past month getting ready for Father’s Day at the Price Chopper Kids Cooking Club kitchen.

Sydney helped me start dad’s morning out by helping me to sprinkle, roll & bake this Quick & Easy Cinnamon Stick Recipe for breakfast that we twisted & shaped into letters to spell ‘DAD’. The entire family will enjoy creating & eating this breakfast together on Father’s Day. You can watch Sydney at work prepping this sweet meal in the video below and then grab the recipe for your own festive making YUM!

Quick & Easy Cinnamon Stick Recipe for Father’s DAy

1 Price Chopper pizza dough

¼ cup Price Chopper sugar

1 tablespoon Price Chopper cinnamon

Plain wooden tooth picks 

Price Chopper Non-stick cooking spray

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.

On a floured surface, roll the pizza dough into a rectangular shape.

Stir the cinnamon and sugar together & sprinkle generously on to the pizza dough.  

Using a pizza cutter, cut the covered pizza dough into strips. Food each strip in half and twist the dough. You can bake the dough in twists. Or, you can take the twists and spell the word DAD for a fun treat the entire family can snack on for Father’s Day.

If you are spelling the word DAD to bake your twists, pinch the dough tightly together where the dough connects in each letter. Insert a plain wooden toothpick to help keep the dough together in the baking process. Remove the toothpicks before serving.

Place the Cinnamon twists on to a baking sheet coated with non-stick cooking spray. Bake for approximately 20 – 25 minutes; until golden brown.

Glaze:

1 cup Price Chopper Confectioner’s sugar

2 – 3 tablespooons Price Chopper low-fat milk

Mix the confectioner’s sugar & milk together. Drizzle the glaze onto the baked cinnamon sticks. Let set for 15 minutes and serve.

NOTE: You can baste the pizza dough with a light coating of melted butter or canola oil before adding the cinnamon & sugar if preferred; we typically don’t do this, but it can be added for flavor if desired.

easy cinnamon sticks for Father's Day

 
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23 Comments on “Easy Cinnamon Stick Recipe for Father’s Day Breakfast”

  1. Jodie I was so happy to see you joining in again. You have been missed. Another great recipe a wonderful treat for Fathers day too. Thank you for sharing at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop. xo

    1. AWWWW – you are so very sweet! I’m glad to finally be back & sharing…site re-organization almost complete & one big project done = ready to rock n’ roll again :)…

      Thanks for hosting. Look forward to visiting back soon xo

    1. Agreed – the KIDS always love to share their handiwork & they should be proud of their efforts…. :)!

  2. Thank you for sharing this idea. I’ve been searching for something simple my young boys could help with but would still be appreciated by my husband. I think I’ve found a winner!

    1. I so want to visit Australia some day! September in the states is one of my favorite times of year :)…

      THANK YOU for saving the recipe for your September celebration! Have a great weekend…

  3. This is so fun! My hubby has always said that the way to his heart is through his tummy… I think this may do the trick! 🙂 Thanks so much for linking it up at Tips & Tricks last week. I’m going to pin it, now.

    Hope you’ll join us again this week? The party is live, now!

    🙂 – Heather

    1. I hope you enjoyed-jusr realizing as I am rotating things on the site that I did not respond to your message sooner (so sorry)! Hope your summer was awesome….

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