Cinnamon Baking Chips

You know those bits that you find in muffins and scones, the ones that you can’t really find anywhere in stores?  Well instead of paying a bunch of money and shipping for chips online, why not make your own?

I love cinnamon muffins, and scones, and when I find the chips, I snag them.  The kind I usually find are Hershey’s, but funny thing, there is no actual cinnamon!  Come on Hershey!

Let’s get at it, this is easier than you would think

Nothing crazy there, right? Now preheat the oven to 300 degrees

Now just combine everything in a bowl

Stir it up, so that it looks like mud!  Channel your inner child!

I used parchment for this, but a greased pan might work too, the parchment makes for quick cleanup though.  Pat out this mixture to about 1/4 inch thickness.

Bake for 20-30 minutes.  You’ll want to bake until it is actively bubbling all over.  Be careful not to burn it.

Here is what you end up with

Next, let it cool completely.  Then chop it up into bits, go small, these are intense with cinnamon flavor.

There they are.  I stored mine in a zip top bag in the fridge.  I made some scones with them.

I used this recipe, which is an awesome one Scones

After I had cut in the butter with the dry ingredients, I stirred in the bits, and the proceeded as instructed in the recipe.

Check them out, they were delicious!

Click here for printable recipe!


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5 Responses to Cinnamon Baking Chips

  1. tammy rhodes says:

    What is the brown liquid in bottle? I thought it was vanilla, but there is no vanilla in the recipe.

  2. tammy rhodes says:

    I think it was too much of that Tequila recipe you had from Christmas…lol

  3. Jenny Watson says:

    So, what are the measurements of the items? I would love a recipe to make this since I’ve been searching stores all over to find them! 🙂 thanks!

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