Top Rated Cinnamon Recipes

This sweet and moist treat is easy and fast to make. No special ingredients needed, just lots of cinnamon. Click here to see 9 Cinnamon Recipes
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Cinnamon Toast Crunch
One of our favorite childhood cereals that resembled a bowl of mini-French toasts can be made at home. 
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cinnamon baked apples
These Cinnamon Baked Apples are almost too healthy to be true. With no added sugar, the natural sugars of the apples are brought to life in the baking process. These are a great, stress-free treat to bake with your significant other.This recipe is provided by Alexandra Miller, RDN, LDN, Corporate Dietitian at Medifast, Inc.
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Mashed Cinnamon Sweet Potatoes
Sometimes you just want a little dessert at dinner. And instead of reaching for a side dish of chocolate cake, reach for these mashed sweet potatoes instead. Slightly healthier and a heck of a lot more appropriate for dinner.
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Cranberry Apple Cinnamon Martini
Learn how to make our famous Salt Creek Grille Princeton cranberry apple cinnamon martini, right in your own kitchen!Click Here to See More Apple Recipes
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Apple Cinnamon Wrap with Cream
Most people think of wraps as savory. Why not mix it up and use them as a vessel for something sweet? This apple cinnamon dessert is easy to make and very tasty. The rich sauce adds a shock of sugar, perfect for those who wish to indulge their sweet tooth without going overboard.Get creative and swap in other fruits like peaches or blueberries — any fruit should do the trick!Click here to see 9 Quick and Easy Wrap Recipes.
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Cinnamon and Apple Mulled Cider
Ginger, cinnamon, and orange slices come together to make a tangy version of mulled cider in this recipe. Be sure to have a cheesecloth for the cinnamon sticks, cloves, and allspice before you prepare this drink.This recipe is courtesy of  foodnetwork.co.uk.
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Frozen Coconut Yogurt with Cinnamon
Frozen yogurt! I mean, let’s face it: Everybody loves a good frozen yogurt. Adults, tweens, teens, kids, whoever. You’ve seen it a hundred times at your local ice cream parlor on Sunday in the summer: 9:00 p.m. and the place is packed! A line around the corner, kids playing, everybody’s happy; it’s the sweet life. For a diabetic, that could go two ways: One way is horribly wrong, and that’s if there’re no sugar-free items on the board. Or, totally great because they do offer some special items for people with some sort of dietary restriction. Or there’s Plan C, which is that you make a batch of this silky, creamy, coconut yogurt at home and relax with the fam on Sunday night. Let the others rush to the corner store and wait in line; your only fear will be whether or not your family leaves you any. Click here to see 'Sweet' Cooking Advice with Sam Talbot.
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Muffins have always been one of my favorite breakfasts, especially in the fall. Packing them with good-for-you ingredients makes the indulgence a little less guilty as well. These are great for energy and for keeping you alert and focused!  Click here to see 9 Cinnamon Recipes
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This store-bought staple is a totally unnecessary purchase. After all, it is so easy to make at home, and is guaranteed to be a lot healthier that way than anything you’ll find on the shelf. Plus, this slow cooker recipe is great for making in bulk and storing for a fresh, delicious side you can enjoy warm or cold.—  Shelby Kinnaird Click here for more recipes from the Diabetic Foodie.Click here for more of the 101 Best Slow Cooker Recipes
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Cinnamon Slow-Cooker Oatmeal
Oatmeal isn’t just for those solo winter mornings. This overnight oatmeal recipe is a great way to kick off a brunch: It keeps guests satiated while you work on the main course. With dashes of cinnamon, nutmeg, and brown sugar added to the mix, your home will smell warm and inviting when the guests arrive!
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