Knotted Cinnamon Currant Sticky Buns
Sticky, sweet and doughy…could it get any better? Whether you call them rolls or sticky buns, these beauties are open to all kinds of variations. Here we have a knotted cinnamon dough, dusted with more cinnamon, drenched in pure maple syrup (heated with cinnamon, of course!) and topped with walnut pieces and currants. Simple and delectable. Use your favorite dough recipe or store bought rolls and twist and top to your heart’s content. Don’t forget to take a moment to enjoy the sweet scent of cinnamon and sugar wafting throughout the house:)
Mmmmmm the holidays are on the way…
- 1 can of biscuits (or your favorite biscuit recipe)
- pure maple syrup
- lots of cinnamon
- chopped walnuts
- currants or raisins
~ Butter baking dish. Take one biscuit at a time, brush with butter, pull slightly and knot in whatever shapes you wish. Sprinkle generously with cinnamon and place in baking dish. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes or until golden brown.
~ Heat pure maple syrup with 3 or more cinnamon sticks in a pan. Pour over plated biscuits then sprinkle with walnuts and currants/raisins.
With this simple and super quick recipe you can make as many or as few buns as you wish without waste. Simply adjust amounts accordingly.
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