Cinnamon makes everything better, right? If you agree with this statement, then you will love these Cinnamon Corn Cookies, just like I do! They are simple to make and taste amazing with coffee or tea or milk. You can even enjoy them plain if that’s your thing! You are probably wondering where the name Cinnamon Corn Cookies come from did. It’s simple, just think about cinnamon sugar popcorn! Yes you can easily replace the cinnamon sugar in these cookies with cinnamon sugar popcorn and they will taste just as good! Enjoy!
What They Are
We’ve been hearing a lot about the decline of pumpkin spice and the rise of cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and allspice in bakeries. This is just another sign that we’re finally over our addiction to pumpkins. These spices are delicious year-round and can make your kitchen feel like Fall any time you want it. We suggest starting off with our Cinnamon Corn Cookies recipe.
#1 Whisk together dry ingredients in a bowl (flour, baking powder, sugar).
#2 Add wet ingredients to the dry (milk, egg, butter) and stir until fully combined. #3 In a separate bowl mash 2 Tablespoons of canned corn kernels with a fork until crumbly then add to dough mixture.
How to make them
Roll out your dough and place in a cookie cutter. If you don’t have one, use a regular drinking glass for the perfect size! Remove the cut-out circles from the mold, but make sure to leave at least one inch of dough surrounding it. Scoop about 1 tablespoon of cream cheese mixture onto each circle. Bring together any excess dough to form the cookies into balls and seal them up by pressing them down with your finger so they’re nice and compact. After they’ve been formed, poke two holes in them using a fork and brush them with butter or softened margarine before coating in cinnamon sugar.
To make cinnamon sugar, take equal parts white and granulated sugar and add as much cinnamon as you like. Don’t be afraid to go a little heavy on it because that’s where all of its flavour comes from! All you have to do is mix it up, but don’t combine them too much or else they’ll become one powdery substance. When that happens, simply pour your mixture back into two separate bowls so each can stay freshly blended. Once your cookies are done, cook them at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 10 minutes or until golden brown (don’t forget to rotate them halfway through). Afterward, let them cool for about five minutes before enjoying with tea or coffee for a lovely afternoon snack. Be sure to save enough for seconds! Enjoy!
Why they’re amazing
Whoever said life was better with pumpkins spice is kidding themselves. There’s nothing better than these Cinnamon Corn Cookies. The buttery, sugary dough combined with the sweet cinnamon sugar will have you in heaven. It’s not a bad idea to make a few batches, it might be tough to resist eating them all at once!
If there was ever a treat that was reminiscent of autumn, these cinnamon corn cookies would be it. The combination of ingredients instantly conjures up thoughts of sitting around a fire with friends or family, roasting marshmallows, and sharing these delicious treats. Although they’re called cookies, they don’t necessarily have to be eaten as part of a dessert course. They would make an amazing breakfast! Just leave off some icing for your coffee and maybe load them up with bacon crumbles or breakfast sausage!
Whether you eat them at dinner time or dinnertime, get ready to fall in love with these sweet and spicy cinnamon corn cookies! They’re so simple to make that it might just ruin any other recipes for similar treats forever.
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You’ll want to try these delicious Cinnamon Corn Cookies before they’re gone! These are a fall favorite from Katie’s Cottage Cafe in Hunter, NY.
These cinnamon corn cookies are made fresh daily at Katie’s Cottage Cafe and available for purchase in-store only. To make sure you don’t miss out on another batch, make sure to follow them on Facebook or Instagram. Or simply call ahead to reserve some for pickup! It may be cold outside, but with these sweet cinnamon treats, it won’t be long until fall is here!
If cinnamon corn cookies aren’t your thing, Katie’s Cottage Cafe also has an array of other desserts for purchase. They make all their products from scratch and have a huge menu of sweet treats ranging from brownies to cheesecakes. They even sell salads and sandwiches for more lunchtime options! To find out more about what they have to offer, make sure to stop by or call in today! You won’t regret it.