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No Yeast Cinnamon Roll Scones

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No Yeast Cinnamon Roll Scones

No Yeast Cinnamon Roll Scones

Only 5 simple ingredients to make this no yeast cinnamon roll scones. 1 combine ingredients in food processor. 2 Mdix until crumbly. 3 Add honey yoghurt and make the dough. 4  Roll the dough. 5 Brush with filling.  6 Bake, cool eat. It really is that simple.

No Yeast Cinnamon Roll Scones

No Yeast Cinnamon Roll Scones

No Yeast Cinnamon Roll Scones Only 5 simple ingredients to make this no yeast cinnamon roll scones. 1 combine ingredients in food processor. 2 Mdix until crumbly. 3 Add honey… Dessert No Yeast Cinnamon Roll Scones European Print This
Serves: 4 Prep Time: Cooking Time:
Nutrition facts: 200 Calories estimated 20 grams Fat estimated
Rating: 5.0/5
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Ingredients

  • Scones
  • 1 cup @kodiakcakes protein packed pancake mix
  • 1/2 cup @kingarthurflour whole wheat flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • Pinch salt
  • 2 tbsp Cold butter
  • 3 tbsp pure honey
  • 5.3 oz plain Greek yogurt
  • Pinch cinnamon
  • Filling
  • /3 cup melted butter (you likely won't use it all)
  • Cinnamon
  • Coconut sugar

Instructions

First combine first 5 ingredients in a food processor. Make sure butter is cold and not melted. Cut it into pieces and add it to the food processor until mixture become crumbly. Add honey, yogurt, and cinnamon and process until a dough forms. Roll dough out into a long rectangle. No Yeast Cinnamon Roll Scones on a white plate on a table Brush only one half of the dough with butter then sprinkle coconut sugar and cinnamon on top of the butter. Rub mixture together. Whichever half doesn't have the mixture on it, Fold on top of the melted butter and cinnamon mixture half. Gently Roll out dough a little to increase your surface area and once again, brush melted butter onto one half of the dough then sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar. Again, fold the butter-less half of the dough on top of the butter and cinnamon mixture half. Mold dough into a circle as best you can, pinching the edges together a little to keep the filling inside. brush the top with almond milk, and cut into 8 pieces. Bake at 425 degrees f for about 15-16 minutes. Let cool, drizzle with desired toppings, and enjoy.

Notes

If You want a quick cheats version of this No Yeast Cinnamon Roll Scones, make up the first 5 ingredients. Then get a roll of ready made puff pasty. Brush the mixture across that and then roll, bake done

There is a few small steps in between but this is a super simple delicious cinnamon swirl recipe is to die for. Cinnamon not only taste’s great it has so many properties that are beneficial for us as human beings. Until now and doing a little research about this great recipe from Kirsten at F00dventures I did not realise how many healing properties it does have. For me when I am feeling unwell I crave the warmth of cinnamon in anything. How little did I realise.

No Yeast Cinnamon Roll Scones

The Health Benefits Of Cinnamon

There are two main types of cinnamon (1):

  • Ceylon cinnamon: Also known as “true” cinnamon.
  • Cassia cinnamon: This is the more common variety today, what people generally refer to as “cinnamon.” (Source)

The cinnamon we regularly consume is the cassia cinnamon which is produced by cutting the stems and bark from the cinnamomum tree. The inner bark is then extracted, dried and then can be used as stick or ground into powder. The distinctive smell of flavour is from the oily part of the tree compound called cinnamaldehyde.

Antioxidants and Cinnamon

In one study cinnamon has proved to have more antioxidant than  26 comparable spices. Talk about superfoods, cinnamon has super quality’s. I just liked the taste and the comforting aroma, I did not realise how good Cassia cinnamon was for healing the body.  It even outranks garlic and oregano as a superfood.

Cinnamon and Its Health Properties

Cinnamon claims to have many other beneficial properties.

  1. Lowers blood sugar levels
  2. Anti diabetic properties
  3. Improve Sensitivity to insulin
  4. May cut the risk of heart disease
  5. Anti-inflammatory properties
  6. May help with Neurodegenerative diseases
  7. May protect against cancer
  8. Fight bacteria infections
  9. Fight fungal infection
  10. It may even help in the fight against HIV

As with anything we consume cinnamon should be consumed in moderation, anything taken to excess can be harmful.

 

This Recipe Is So famous people have even copied it and made a you tube video

featured on http://blog.questnutrition.com/quest-nutrition-cinnamon-twist/

No Yeast Cinnamon Roll Scones Thank You

If you are a regular reader of my food blog you will notice there isn’t many puddings/desserts. So again a BIG thank you to Kirsten for supplying me with this great recipe. You could try my Apple Tarte Tatin or the Apple Frangipane 

If you would like to know everything about cinnamon then this is the place to go. Happy Happy Vegan

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