Cinnamon crinkle cookies

Cinnamon crinkle cookies







Cinnamon crinkle cookies

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The holiday season is one special time of the year where I become a COOKIE-MAKING MACHINE! lol

My favorite cookies to bake are always those that have been passed along the GENERATIONS!

These family recipes are truly a TREASURE and they usually come from my own Mom, my Grandma and even some of my Aunts.

They are all FABULOUS bakers and I owe my passion for baking to them

Today, I am sharing my family’s FAVORITE cinnamon crinkle cookies.

Now, they are NOT much to look at…lol.

But, take one bite and you will know why they are the most REQUESTED cookies each year! 😉

They are so SOFT on the inside but they have this AMAZING crispy, crackly, sugary top that just blows me away!

These cookies live up to their name coz they are PACKED with cinnamon.

There is cinnamon IN these cookies and ON these cookies! 😀

One thing that I LOVE about them is that they are made with simple ingredients that you would always have in your pantry.

You WON’T have to go out on a mission, looking for a unique ingredient or a fancy tool…YAY!

Let me warn you though => Since these cookies are rolled around in cinnamon sugar, they have a tendency to stick to the cookie pan.

I highly suggest lining your pans with Reynolds Cookie Baking Sheets.

Not even one of my cookies stuck to the sheets… YAY!

These baking sheets are so CONVENIENT to use because they are already pre-cut and they are also STRONG enough to be picked up from the tray and moved onto a cooling rack without tearing.

Head over to Reynolds Pinterest page to check out more delicious cookie recipes you can make this Holiday season.

To make these cinnamon crinkle cookies, you will need the following ingredients:


  • 2 cups flour
  • 1 cup ricotta cheese (full fat)
  • 1/2 cup unsalted butter
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 3 tbsp cinnamon powder
Read the whole recipe on Cakewhiz