Is Ceylon cinnamon safe for consumption? Is it safer than Cassia cinnamon? There is public concern surrounding these questions. Let's examine why folks are worried about this popular spice and whether or not it is safe to ingest.
Looking for a reason to drink and be merry (within moderation)? Try our clove and cinnamon spiked gin and tonic with a grapefruit twist to get started on or after holiday celebrations.
Tender Pork Loin Braised in Saffron and Coconut Milk is an exciting recipe to try and results in an impressive, comforting dish that is perfect for cooler weather. The sauce is a blend of sweet and savory and, though dairy-free, is incredibly creamy!
Whiskey, chocolate, cream, sugar, Ugandan vanilla beans, and Ceylon Cinnamon team up for flavor-spiked treat to enjoy year-round.
Slightly breakfast, possibly dessert, this churro French toast with fresh ground Ceylon cinnamon and nutmeg is easy to make and even better to enjoy. Try with some fresh vanilla bean gelato for the ultimate indulgence.
Homemade Mulled Wine is made using a large variety of spices. It's everything you could want in a winter beverage—hot, sweet, spicy, tart, & a little boozy (if you add bourbon or brandy).
These Cream Cheese Peanut Butter Mini Muffins are gluten-free, moist, and delicious. You know cream cheese cookies are good but have you tried cream cheese muffins? The Ceylon cinnamon and applesauce kick the flavor up for a delectable treat at any time of day!
Spread a little holiday cheer with this eggnog popsicles recipe sure to be a crowd-pleaser for both adults and kids alike.
Comforting Spiced Chili with Chorizo and Ceylon Cinnamon is a flavorful, comforting dish to warm you up. The recipe is simple, with a few "secret" ingredients that will surprise you.
Cardamom and Vanilla Scented Pear Cider is less tart and not overly sweet like some apple ciders. This beverage might just become your favorite fall treat. You don't even need a cider press!