Total Time
Prep 1 min
Cook 2 mins

This is, hands down, my favorite thing in the entire world! My Grandmother used to make this for us when she was alive, and to this day, waking up to the smell of her cinnamon toast is one of the best memories I have of childhood. Hope you enjoy!!! No napkins required...cause it will leave you absolutely licking your fingers AND your plate!


  1. combine all ingredients in a saucepan.
  2. melt over medium high heat.
  3. boil until it slightly thickens (about 2 min.). It will thicken more as it stands.
  4. pour over dry toast and serve.


Most Helpful

I LOVED this, what a great new way to make cinnamon toast. I did cut the recipe in half as there are only two of us but not a scrap was left. Wondering how this would turn out if I used Splenda to cut down on some of the sugar for my diabetic Mom who can't get enough of sweets. When I saw PVW photo in PAC I just had to try this and so glad I did. I'll be using this recipe often. Thanks Michelle for posting.

Bonnie G #2 May 22, 2009

A great new way to make cinnamon toast thank you! It's very fast and simple and the best part is all of the flavors are combined together. Thank you so much, I would make this again! Made for Fall PAC 2008

Proud Veteran's wife October 16, 2008

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