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I’m a big fan of cinnamon, used all sorts of ways. I add it to my coffee, to applesauce, to tuna salad (try it sometime!) and do a light sprinkle over crispy, buttered toast, so this recipe was right up my alley. I decided to make the first batch pretty much the second I finished reading the recipe and with such simple ingredients, I already had everything I needed on hand.
The only exception to that for some people would be the ground allspice, but once you buy some, it will last you forever. Think of all the potential cinnamon muffins in your future! These are perfect with big cup of coffee at breakfast or maybe with a big cup of decaf coffee at the end of the night.
Recipe is courtesy of Charlotte J on Food.com
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Quick Tip: Don’t expect the sweetness of a cupcake with these. They are sweet, but if you’re looking for something more like a dessert, you can add more sugar to the batter.