Cinnamon drink. Find Deals on Cinnamon Drink in Beverages on Amazon. While it may look and taste like dessert, this cinnamon latte is actually low in sugar. Besides the starring spice, it uses vanilla extract and just a touch of maple syrup.
Cinnamon is key to many Mexican drinks, from the sweet coffee known as cafe de olla to the holiday-spiced rompope to spiced hot chocolate. It's also important for a classic Oaxacan mole negro. Often served with pumpkin, that rich dish was the inspiration for this pumpkin Margarita made with cinnamon syrup, buttery pumpkin and smoky mezcal. You can cook Cinnamon drink using 9 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Cinnamon drink
- It’s 4 cups of water.
- Prepare 2 tablespoon of cinnamon powder.
- Prepare 4 sticks of cinnamon.
- It’s 2 tablespoon of sugar I use Splenda.
- Prepare of Topping.
- Prepare of Coconut.
- It’s of Pine nuts.
- It’s of Walnuts.
- Prepare of Dry fruit.
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Cinnamon drink instructions
- Pot with boiling 2 cups water over medium heat you add cinnamon powder and sticks and boil for 5 minutes to thicken then add sugar and cook for another 10 minutes.
- Then you add the other 2 cups of boiling water and cook for few minutes.
- Serve it with 2 teaspoon shredded coconut and any nuts you like and on the side dry fruit.
Mix half a teaspoon of cinnamon (Ceylon cinnamon is the best) with a cup of hot water. Let it cool down and add a teaspoon of raw, organic honey to the water mixture and stir (cooling to a drinkable temperature will help raw honey keep its nutritional value). Recently had homemade rice milk in a Mexican restaurant in San Francisco. I talked to a few friends and they told me a few different ways to make it. Here is a simple version (I like to add vanilla, but it is optional).