Two-bite cinnamon sugar scones are mini breakfast treats sweetened with cinnamon sugar. If you like snickerdoodles, you’ll love these scones!
Another two-bite scone recipe is here! My take on snickerdoodle scones, these two-bite cinnamon scones is the morning snack you never knew you needed. They are loaded with cinnamon in the batter, sprinkled on top and in the glaze. Just two bites will leave you satisfied!
As I mentioned in my post for mini chocolate chip scones, I love the idea of two-bite scones. Scones these days are usually the size of your hand, which is a bit too much for a mid-morning pick-me-up. But a two-bite scone? Now that’s the size we need.
Mini cinnamon scones will fix that snack (or sugar) craving and won’t leave you feeling guilty. And look at how cute they are! I’m telling you, bite-sized scones are the way to go.
Another plus, one recipe feeds a crowd. It makes 64 mini cinnamon scones and I’ll tell you how (stay with me here). The dough is rolled into a square and then cut into 16 smaller squares. Those squares are cut diagonally to create 32 triangles. Bake those triangles and then once cooled, you can the option to cut them in half again. Having trouble following along? I made a video demonstrating the cutting steps below the recipe card (keep scrolling).
Of course you could keep them as 32 triangle scones, but they would be two rather large bites—not that there’s anything wrong with that! Either way these two-bite cinnamon scones are delicious. They are light and sweet, just what you want in a scone. And to top it off, give them a nice drizzle of cinnamon sugar icing.
Loosely adapted from Sweet Pea’s Kitchen.