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Classic Cinnamon Cookies

Updated: Apr 24, 2022

In my opinion cinnamon is one of the best spices in the world. Its sweet taste can keep you cosy in the winter and ready for anything in the summer. So why not pop this sweet spice into one of my other favourite things, a classic, crumbly cookie.


275g Flour

225g Butter, softened

110g Sugar

1spn Cinnamon

Makes 10 Cookies


Step One: The very first step of the cookie making process is probably the most important, creaming together the butter and sugar. To execute this step all you have to do is pop the butter and the sugar into a bowl and use an electric mixer to mix together the two ingredients until smooth perfection. You can do this step using a normal spoon or whisk but it will take a lot of arm power and a lot of time.

Step Two: Now it is time to make this sugary smooth cake-like batter into a full-on batch of cookie dough. To do this we need to add in both the flour and the cinnamon. Now make sure you do this very carefully and fold in the flour and cinnamon very, very gently

Step Three: So, now that you have your well-mixed cookie dough, ready for baking you can go ahead and the dough into little balls. Next place them on a baking tray and pop them in an oven preheated to 180oC for around 10-12mins.

And boom, now your done, no need for a step 4!


· When creaming the butter and the sugar together make sure to take as long as you can, so there are absolutely no sugar granules left in the dough.

· If you want don’t want to cook the cookie dough right away then why not roll the dough in some cling film and pop in the fridge.

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Apr 23, 2022

Hey Rishi, it’s ANZAC Day in Australia tomorrow. You have inspired me to put some cinnamon in my ANZAC biscuits, for a sweet, spicy touch. X

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