Spice up your dinner, drinks, and hors d'oeuvres with a sprinkle of never-shy cinnamon. Here's some flavor-filled inspiration.
Steep in the robust flavor of cinnamon with this coffee trick: After brewing, add in a cinnamon stick and keep your java-craving mitts at bay for 10 minutes. It's worth the wait -- just add a little half-and-half, and this cup of joe rivals the coffeehouse.
No need to pick between salty and sweet for your next snack: Salted pretzels meet cinnamon-sugar goodness for a simple, delicious addition to any get-together.
Dress up juicy orange slices with a dusting of ground cinnamon for a sweet fix that could almost hide in the dessert course.
You've seasoned chicken with salt and pepper. Now add a surprise ingredient: cinnamon! The warming spice turns the dinner staple into a super supper.
Why should salt have all the fun? Go for a sweet finish to each sip of margarita by rimming the glass with a cinnamon-sugar combo.
Nearly every spice in this ready-to-top-chicken-or-pork rub starts with C: cumin, curry, chili powder, cayenne, and -- our star -- cinnamon. The cinnamon is the sweet balance to the kickin' heat.
If your meat loaf always hedges savory, it's time for a cinnamon-infused version. Turkey plays nice with cinnamon, so we've used it here instead of ground beef.
So much flavor in every bite! Pork chops are the star, but the flavor rub -- wow!. It's the memorable part of this recipe. Cinnamon mingles with hot pepper sauce, lime juice, and other spices for the taste-layered main dish.
It may be called a stew, but this incredibly satisfying dish has more in common with skillet chicken. Flavor your poultry with a cinnamon-spiced blend, then toss it in a Dutch oven with cinnamon-inspired sweet add-ins, like pumpkin and golden raisins.
Oh, what a stick of cinnamon can do! We've added a few to each of these canning recipes: Pick your favorite for a hint-of-sweet recipe you can enjoy any time of year.