Jul 8, 2012

Cinnamon Sugar Crisps with an Origami Twist

From time to time, our origami group celebrates special occasions by sharing some tasty snacks. I wanted to prepare something that was origami-related, so I made these Cinnamon Sugar Crisps with an Origami Twist.
Cinnamon Sugar Crisps with an Origami Twist
I used Nasoya Won Ton Wraps, that are very thin sheets of pastry that come already cut into squares. The recipe for the original Cinnamon Sugar Crisps can be found here. I folded the pastries into simple traditional origami models before baking (windmill, house, penguin, flapping bird, tulip, pajarita, flower), to give them an Origami Twist.
I brushed the pastries with melted butter, and sprinkled some cinnamon-sugar not only on the outside, but on the inside of the models too. I baked them on a greased non-stick pan.

Yummy!

1 comment:

Suspinz: Dabbler in Many Things said...

Marcella, I am so on to this! Fun to make, fun to share, fun to eat...gotta be. Thank you for such a creative, delicious idea!

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