Simple Cinnamon Sugar Wrap Treats (Made With Kids) Learn & Link With Linky

This week my kids and I made yummy simple cinnamon sugar wrap treats to celebrate the New Year.  You have to try this with your kids – it’s SO easy!


(You can use different shapes, we used 2014 number cookie cutters because of the New Year)

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Simple Cinnamon Sugar Wrap Treats
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Prep Time
20 min
Cook Time
12 min
Total Time
32 min
Prep Time
20 min
Cook Time
12 min
Total Time
32 min
  1. Cookie cutters (whatever shapes - your preference)
  2. Large or small flour burrito wraps
  3. Cinnamon
  4. Sugar
  5. Butter
  1. Lay the burrito wrap on a baking pan and brush lightly with butter on one side.
  2. Then using a cookie cutter push down into the wrap, place the cut out.
  3. Once all your shapes are cut out of the wrap then sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar.
  4. Bake on 350 for 12 minutes, let cool.
  5. When finished they are like a sweet cinnamon cracker treat to enjoy - kids will love them!
  1. My kids helped me make these treats, easy to make and very kids hands on.
  2. ** I keep a shaker bottle of a cinnamon sugar mixture already made up - I use it on toast and other recipes such as this one. **
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  1. I joined your linky yesterday. Thank you for hosting. I love your 2014 treats. I make something similar in roll up form. They are a yummy healthy treat.

  2. What a simple and fun treat to have the kids help make. My kids love cinnamon sugar on their treats, too!

  3. So simple and so fun! Thank you for the great idea! Now I need to dig through our cookie cutters and find something fun to use!

  4. Never would have thought to have done this although I’ve made the chips like this before by cutting the burrito into wedges. I love the idea of making them in cookie cutter shapes!

  5. How cool is this? My kids would love to do this! Thanks!

  6. What a cute idea. Love that the kids can help make it.

  7. How neat… they look just like little cookies. Im going to try this out with my nephew we are trying to get him to learn his numbers.

  8. Oh you made them with tortillas! What a great idea!! I bet they are delicious too!

  9. That is such a cute idea, looks delicious!! I need to try this, we have all these number cutters that I never do anything with!

  10. Ooh, I love how you did numbers, so smart… This would be fun as a learning activity for my preschoolers with letters, too… love the recipe, yummy

  11. looks like fun and good to eat too LOL

  12. thought these were fun pancakes at first glance!! we like to cook with our kids too ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. These look yummy! I love cinnamon! thanks so much for sharing! Will be trying these out later!

  14. That is so creative cutting out the cinnamon treats into numbers to celebrate the new Year! We love making these cinnamon treats; I think I need to do some shape cut outs too.

  15. What a great craft and treat!

  16. That is an awesome idea! My 2 year old would love to play like this for a bit and (get all messy, hehe)

  17. This is such a fun and delicious way to learn!

  18. Looks like a fun (and healthy) family activity!

  19. This is a fun and cute treat to make! My kids would love this!

  20. What a fun craft and snack in one!

  21. What a simple food for kids to make–even my teenager and his friends would love to make this (although they may smear some nutella on the letters!) ๐Ÿ˜‰

  22. I love snacks that come together like this – so much fun and so yummy too! Flour tortillas are good for so many things!

  23. My boys would love to make these! Wish I had the numbers handy so I could make them tomorrow!

  24. Kathy Lane says:

    This is a fun idea for me to do with my grandkids when they come over.Thanks!

  25. What a smart activity! It never occurred to me to use burrito wraps for anything but burritos. I’m coming up with ideas on how to use this snacks at home. Awesome!

  26. These make me wish my 4 year old was not gluten free! I miss all the easy peasy treats!

  27. What a deliciously creative idea. These sound like such tasty treats, too. I would dip them in ice cream, yum.

  28. we do something similar w fruit salsa . so yummy

  29. This is super cute. What a fun idea to celebrate the new year.

  30. Aww, what a fun and tasty way to ring in the new year!

  31. This is a nice craft idea. It is fun and tasty.

  32. You are the most creative mommy ever! I love it I am not that creative and now I am going to borrow this idea and make it with my boys. This is so very cute!!!

  33. There are so many possibilities using this idea. I’m so glad you posted this!

  34. what a great idea! Those look amazing!

  35. So easy and fun! Looks like a great project and snack to have with the kids.

  36. Girl – those are so cute! I bet our 6 kids would LOVE to make these! We’ll definitely have to try them out soon.

  37. katherine says:

    That’s a really cute home-school idea!

  38. What a fun and easy treat! Love it!

  39. What a fun idea and yummy too!

  40. What a fun idea! I have made cinnamon/sugar chips but these are cute.

  41. What a nice easy recipe!! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!!

  42. Cinnamon + sugar = heaven!

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