Can you believe Thanksgiving is next week!? Are you ready? I am so excited but mostly because my little guy will be turning 3 on Thanksgiving! It’s going to be a fun day full of good food and fun celebrating him! I don’t know about you but I think there is a balance between being hungry but not too hungry you feel starving before Thanksgiving dinner. So I’m all about a little healthy snack before! These Cinnamon Graham Crackers are the perfect snack! You can make them a few days before and kid and adults love them!
I made these for my little guys birthday party and every one loved them! It’s also a perfect little snack for little ones. And a little tip. If you’d like it to be a little softer, bake them for 13 minutes instead of 15.
One thing I love about this little snack is you can cut out any shape you want or cut them into graham cracker shapes. My kids love choosing a cookie cutter and helping me cut it out. It’s really fun!
One Year Ago: Quick Dinner Rolls
Two Years Ago: Triple Berry Pie
Three Years Ago: Chocolate Silk Pie
Four Years Ago: Ham and Cheese Quiche *I added an additional 1 tsp. of sparking sugar.
Cinnamon Graham Crackers
Cinnamon Sugar Topping:
*I added an additional 1 tsp. of sparking sugar.
Melissa Williams | Persnickety Plates says
These are adorable! & they look tasty, too 😉
Evelyn @ My Turn for us says
I bet they taste better as Stars!!! Great recipe!!
Lauren Allen says
What a great idea! I love cinnamon graham crackers so I know I’d love them homemade!
Rachel @ The Stay At Home Chef says
I’ve always wanted to try making homemade graham crackers. And admittedly the cinnamon kind is totally the best. Pinned for later!
Sydney @Tastefully Frugal says
These look so good! My boys love graham crackers and gingerbread so I’m sure they would munch these up! Pinning
Love the stars! What a cute display. The cookies look even better!
What can I use instead of whole wheat flour? Regular flour? Thanks
Yes, just use all-purpose flour.
Can i use all whole wheat flour or do i have to use all purpose too?
I haven’t tried it so I don’t know for sure. Using both types of flours makes it a little lighter and less dense. Try it and let me know! Or you could always use white whole wheat flour.