These tartlets are rustic and very easy to make, with a simple buttery pastry base topped with thinly sliced apples, crunchy turbinado sugar, and a sprinkle of warm cinnamon. It’s an effortless dessert to make after returning home from a day spent outside picking apples. Read more now to get the recipe on Foodal.
Forget air fresheners. Fill your home with the aroma of juicy, slow-simmered apples infused with earthy cinnamon and cloves. In this recipe, the fruit is stewed with warming spices over low heat and then delicately mashed. Keep reading on Foodal to add this chunky, rustic applesauce to your list of sweet, simple sides.
These monkey bread muffins are the best breakfast treat to wake up to. The soft, cinnamon and sugar coated biscuit dough is pure heaven. With just a few ingredients, you can rest assured that busting out these little guys on a lazy morning won’t be taxing. They’re so easy to make! Get the recipe now on Foodal.
If you’re over blueberry, banana nut, or lemon poppy seed, we have a new muffin recipe for you to try. With sweet swirls of brown sugar, cinnamon, and plump raisins, these homemade muffins are inspired by cinnamon raisin bread, and will wake up any sweet tooth in the morning. Learn how to make the recipe now on Foodal.
New to gluten-free baking? These simple cinnamon coconut flour cookies are the perfect place to start! Similar in taste to coffee cake or cinnamon rolls, these melt-in-your mouth cookies make it hard to stop at just one. Read more now to get the recipe and learn more about the nutritional benefits of coconut flour.
Our oatmeal cookie granola tastes like a cookie and smells like cinnamon rolls. This is what breakfast dreams are made of. After soaking the oats in buttermilk overnight, this granola is made more nutritious and easier to digest. Complete with walnuts, dried fruit, and coconut flakes, you need to get this recipe now!
Are you craving something sweet and indulgent, yet totally vegan, for breakfast? These easy vegan cinnamon rolls are just like the real thing, but with no dairy and no eggs. Fluffy, sweet, and a bit chewy, these are everything you’ve ever dreamed of in an ooey-gooey cinnamon roll. Learn how to make the recipe now.
A traditional British Isles bread that’s popular to bake for Easter, hot cross buns are thought to be a sign of lasting friendship. This recipe is a sweet way to begin an Easter tradition in your family, and to share in the many legends that are associated with this fluffy delicacy. Read more now on Foodal.
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.