This soft and fluffy homemade vegan bread has a sweet surprise inside: a perfectly pretty cinnamon swirl center. Every slice is as tasty as it is beautiful. It’s great for toast, sandwiches, breakfast, or just eaten plain. You’ll love it no matter how you eat it. Learn how to make the recipe now on Foodal.
With holiday music in the air, the gift of mulled wine in a jar is the best way to bring the joy of the season to someone you care for. The scent of the mulling spices fills your home with the most luxurious scent, you’ll want to cuddle up and never leave. One mug warms you from the inside out. Read more now on Foodal.
Ready to start your holiday baking? Whether you’re planning for a bake sale, cookie swap, or a holiday meal at home, this is the perfect snickerdoodle cookie – puffy, chewy, and delicious with a sweet coating of cinnamon and sugar. It’s vegan, too – but you’d never know it! Get the egg-free dairy-free recipe on Foodal.
These vegan apple muffins are easy to make, super delicious, and filling, perfect for breakfast on a cool autumn morning. Half whole wheat flour amps up the nutrition while maintaining a good crumb, with just a touch of tasty cinnamon. They’re going to be your new favorite this fall. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Autumn-inspired doughnuts, anyone? These deep-fried delights are what you need for the fall season, subtly flavored with apple cider, vanilla, and spices. And making them right at home couldn’t be any easier, or more fun. Enjoy them fresh and warm from the fryer, covered in cinnamon sugar. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Wake up to the scent of autumn with an incredible batch of homemade pumpkin muffins for breakfast. With sugar and spice, these baked goodies bring a burst of fall flavor, and the moist texture makes them a satisfying start the day with a hot cup of tea or coffee. Get the simple seasonal recipe now on Foodal.
Love sweet and tasty leftover cereal milk? Try our recipe for homemade ice cream that’s infused with cinnamon and honey. With only 5 ingredients, it’s so simple to make this creamy treat. Enjoy it on its own, or plop a scoopful on top of your favorite fruit pie or vanilla cake. Learn how to make it now on Foodal.
Cinnamon adds its distinct flavor and fragrance to a wide array of foods. Sweetly spicy, it’s a natural with beverages, fruit, grains, nuts, proteins, and vegetables – a truly versatile ingredient. And did you know one variety is better for desserts? Find out now how to choose the best for sweet or savory dishes.
As the last post pointed out, fall is here and we are welcoming it with open arms. Shanna and I love this time of year (we got married in it!) and always look forward to the changes and reminders it brings. Yet even though it may be the season to be breaking out hot drinks …