3 Reviews

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.

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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

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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.

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Aussie mum 2_2 June 01, 2005
Cinnamon Twists