Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 15 mins

This is my friends recipe I tried them and had to have it. These are so addictive!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix first 5 ingredients in order, Sprinkle flour and icing sugar over work surface and roll out dough.
  2. Cut into squares about 3" by 3" put on cookie sheet and chill if possible the dough will get very soft if you don't.
  3. Mix filling ingredients together.
  4. Spread filling onto half of each square and roll corner to corner.
  5. Lay on baking sheet and bake for 12-15 minutes at 350.
Most Helpful

Definitely yummy, quick and easy to make, but I couldn't keep the mixture inside whatever I tried. The cookie base mixture needs to be rolled wafer thin I think. I did mine only a mm or so thick, but still came out a bit too biscuity. Also needed to cook it longer, 20+ mins - next time might try increasing the temperature - could just be my oven. Found them nicer warm straight off the tray, finished off the leftovers for dessert, a quick zap, add some icecream and a light dusting of cinnamon.

Andrea-Oz September 06, 2005

Add a bit of cornstarch to the filling to thicken it...then it won't be so runny and messy

karla1 September 04, 2005

I made these a couple of weeks back and they were very tasty a bit chewy because the filling had run onto the baking tin but that didn't take away from the yummy cinnamon taste. I would twist them up(as in wringing out clothes)next time instead of rolling from corner to corner to see how they turn out. I wasn't sure either how thick to roll them but if you roll them too thick you get alot of biscuit so don't recommend that.

Aussie mum 2_2 June 01, 2005