This is one of those snacks that we–both the kids themselves and I–have been making for years. You can thank my 1st grader son, Ben, for making sure this ended up on the blog finally.
“Mom, tell them that this is my recipe!” he said. Guys, he did teach me this one. He learned a version of it in preschool, and we’ve been making a 20 second microwave version ever since.
Check out how darn simple this is. Your kids can even make it. Spread some butter on one side of a whole wheat tortilla or Flat-Out bread. Sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon.
Roll it up and microwave it until soft and melty–only about 20 seconds. Then, cut them into bite-sized pieces. If you want to get fancy and really wow the neighbor kids, arrange them like this with a dusting of extra sugar and cinnamon. They will be gone in no time!
Kids love to make and enjoy this easy treat that tastes a lot like cinnamon rolls. Moms love that they are a whole lot better for kids than cinnamon rolls.
- whole wheat tortilla or Flat-Out bread
- sugar (I used turbinado sugar)
Lay a tortilla on a plate, and spread butter all over one side.
Sprinkle a thin layer of sugar, to taste.
Sprinkle a thin dusting of cinnamon, to taste.
Microwave the tortilla until the butter is melted and tortilla is soft, about 20 seconds or so.
Roll up the tortilla, and cut into 1 inch pieces. Enjoy!