I saw this recipe in a magazine (maybe a newspaper?) and cut it out. It looked really quick and easy so I gave it a try.
1 sheet thawed (but still cold) puff pastry
Coat both sides of puff pastry with cinnamon sugar. Roll it up jelly-roll fashion. Cut into 1/2″ slices and place 2″ apart on parchment-lined baking sheets.
Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 min and cool on a wire rack.
In the article, the pinwheels were much rounder and looked less like the number nine. Maybe the end needs to be pinched together or “glued” with water or egg. These were super easy to make and took hardly any time at all. I thought the flavor was a little bland but they got rave reviews. If I make them again I will probably put extra cinnamon in. Also, I thought a little honey and some super fine crushed nuts could be good. It would help the end stick for a more round form and might taste like a quick, fake bakalva.