Monday, December 3, 2012

25 Days of Handmade Christmas - Day 7 | Gingerman Cinnamon Crisp fromFor What It's Worth

Hey everyone! Today, Jeannie from For What It's Worth is sharing a yummy recipe with you all. Be sure to pop over and visit her AND wish her a very HAPPY BIRTHDAY since today is her birthday! On to the deliciousness!

Here in Texas, Mexican cuisine is a weekly affair.  After dinner...or even sometimes while waiting for dinner...you can make a light cinnamon crisp.  They are not too sweet, a lot like a thin flavored cracker.  For the holidays I pull out a Gingerman cookie cutter to cut festive shapes out of purchased flour tortillas.  I chose the gingerman because the color is just perfect.







Use a pastry brush or even the back of a spoon to spread a little honey on top of the shapes. Sprinkle a little cinnamon on top of the honey.  Place the tortilla gingermen on a cookie sheet and bake for 10 minutes at 350 F.  Let them cool and dust a little powdered sugar "snow" on them.  Leave a little container of honey out for dipping.  They go quickly with little grands around.

I just love the holidays, everything seems special.

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  1. Just wanted to stop and say "Hello". Found you through the creative bloggers Facebook page. I am a fellow "Ohioan" blogger. My 3 oldest boys are schooling and living in Cincinatti. I am a new follower!

    DeDe@DesignedDecor

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