Kids, Recipes

Pie Crust Chevron Cinnamon Sugar Sticks

When I was growing up my mom would always take any left over pie crust dough and bake it up with cinnamon and sugar for us kids. She cut them into kite shapes and called them cinnamon kites. Now each time I make a pie I always have left over pie crust dough so I use it for my own version of these yummy treats for the kids. You can find my pie crust recipe and tips here. I roll it out and use a wavy cutter to make chevron patterned sticks.


Then I use a fork to prick them and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar. I bake them at 350 degrees until barely browned and then let them cool.



These are very yummy treats and adults love them just as much or more 😉 thanks for stopping by!


3 thoughts on “Pie Crust Chevron Cinnamon Sugar Sticks”

  1. Love hearing a story of something handed down from a “mom” to future generations. Had a grandma that handed down too….great memories! Lesson for all of us! Thanks for sharing!!

  2. Remember making them with much joy. Love to see this great treat that my mom and her mom made being past on to my grandnabies.

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