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Use this to make a homemade cinnamon dolce latte or your own homemade caramel apple spice drink by adding 2-3 tablespoons to a cup of apple juice or apple cider. You can top the drink with whipped cream and caramel or vanilla ice cream! The caramel apple spice is a fall favorite for both kids and adults.
If you're a cinnamon junkie like me you'll find this intoxicating! I add this syrup to my morning coffee and over vanilla ice cream. Delicious and so easy to make! Be sure to use a good quality ground cinnamon one with a strong scent. I recommend the Saigon type which you can find in almost any grocery or KAF's Vietnamese. Thanks House of Aqua!
This is seriously good and so simple to make. I used it to flavor my coffee--2 T syrup and 1 T cream--yum. I also used it in a mocha--the cinnamon and chocolate combo was so good. I've meant to make this for a long time and I'm glad I finally did. I would love to try the apple cider drink the submitter recommended in her review.
I changed a few things, I mix the cinnamon with the sugar BEFORE adding the water, also I add 2 cinnamon sticks to it while simmering. I also use Truvia instead of sugar. Brown sugar is actually 1/2 cup Truvia and 1/4 cup Swerve. I tried using just Swerve and it separated/crystallized. Truvia works great as a sugar substitute.
Just made this! The only thing I changed was I added a teaspoon of Cinnamon extract and just a teaspoon of Vanilla extract. Unfortunately after cooling I was about to add to my iced coffee when I knocked it on the ground with only a little left in the jar :/ it was just enough to taste and love and needless to say I'm making my second batch!!