Cinnamon Bun Wrap


When all you want is a cinnamon bun, but without all of the fuss that goes into baking one, this cinnamon bun wrap certainly hits the spot!

I love cinnamon buns, but they can definitely be a pain to make. I spend a lot of time making other things taste like them, though, and this is one of my favorite alternatives.

Cinnamon Bun Wrap


  • 1 tortilla (I used whole wheat)
  • 2 tablespoons cream cheese
  • sweetener of choice, to taste
  • cinnamon, to taste
  • glaze (optional)*

*The glaze I used in these pictures was made with almond milk mixed with vanilla protein powder, but powdered sugar or vanilla yogurt also work.


  1. Heat your tortilla slightly in the microwave, or cook on the stovetop over medium heat for about a minute.
  2. Mix the cream cheese with your sweetener, then spread it evenly over the tortilla.
  3. Sprinkle with your desired amount of cinnamon.
  4. Fold your tortilla to form a wrap, then top with glaze and more cinnamon if desired.


Thinking Out Loud

  1. Currently reading: Jeremy Poldark by Winston Graham. I got obsessed with Poldark in a big way this week– I watched the show, then immediately needed to get my hands on the books. Usually I read the books first, but Aidan Turner. ❤
  2. I can’t believe it’s June already. Where is the year going? It’s my birthday month, though I’m getting to the age where I don’t necessarily want to think about that. XD
  3. Who else feels prettier after they’ve painted their toenails? I’ve never been able to paint my fingernails because my hands are a war zone and they end up chipped in about 2.5 seconds, but it’s finally been warm enough here to wear flip-flops and every time I see my feet I’m like, “Oooh, aren’t my toes snazzy!” 😉
  4. When you need a giggle: good thing the internet is not allowed to name animals.
  5. Recipes I tried this week:
    Cucumber and Dill Tzatziki – The Fit Foodie Mama
    Red, Light, & Berry Dessert Dip – The Frugal Foodie Mama

Head over to Running with Spoons for more Thinking Out Loud!

Shared at Thoughts of Home on Thursday; Foodie Friday; Weekend Potluck; Peace, Love, Linkup; Sunday Fitness & Food Linkup with Marathons & Motivation and IlkasBlog; Tips & Tricks Link Party; What’s Cookin’ Wednesday. For a complete list of where I share, click here.

80 thoughts on “Cinnamon Bun Wrap

  1. I have to say that this looks amazing and so easy! What a smart idea. That swirly cinnamon on top sure makes me want to take a bite.

    Yes, I love to have my toenails painted but my favorite is when it happens via a pedicure. 🙂

    Happy Thoughts of Home. Pinning.


  2. This wrap looks awesome and it’s so simple! I definitely feel better when my toenails are painted – running has made them very “unpretty” so I welcome the added touch of color!


  3. Yes please to this! Also, I’m getting ready to paint my toenails in a little while (reward for working out)…love your hilarious comment on that. So glad I found all this loveliness today at Friday Funday!


  4. I love this recipe! Looks so delicious! And if my toes aren’t painted I feel so gross, nothing beats a fresh pedicure ; )


  5. These look great! Perfect for a Sunday breakfast. And I agree with your #3! Thanks for linking up with Funtastic Friday.


  6. Looks delicious, and I think kids would love being a part of the process. Lots of alternatives to make this fit a variety of tastes! And yes, I love getting my toenails painted. I don’t paint fingernails either, because my hands are too busy and the polish doesn’t last. But the toenails last forever.. makes me feel like summer has arrived! (visiting from Brag About It)


  7. I can imagine these for late night (guilty) snack!!! Delicious looking and what a simple idea!! Thanks for sharing it on Dishing It & Digging It!!


  8. WOW what a recipe! I saw you at Kathe with a E party! I linked my Manic Mondays Link-Up there too. Coming back now from being on hold a while, but Im at it again thank goodness. Im excited again! Thankyou…Im going to try this very soon!


  9. Haha, I’m with you – actual cinnamon buns require far to much time and fuss… love that these have all the great flavors and come together so easily!


  10. A nice and simple version for making these babies. There would be wonderful in the morning with a cup of steaming coffee. Loved that you shared them at DI&DI.


  11. I can’t tell you how intrigued I am with this recipe – my kids are pretty interested, too! haha! Thanks so much for sharing it with us and we hope you’ll link up with us again at You Link It We Make It! – Kim @


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