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The Pleasures of Cinnamon: 5 Cinnamon Desserts

Cinnamon’s attraction seems to be universal. Everywhere, people cook with it, perfume with it, flavor liqueurs and mask foul medicinal tastes with it. Learn more about this versatile spice and discover our five delicious cinnamon desserts.



Cinnamon takes many forms. The small double quills next to the plate are Indonesian cassia; the rest of the quills are Ceylon cinnamon. The piece of bark is Saigon cassia, and the powders, left to right, come from Vietnam, Ceylon (Sri Lanka), China, and Indonesia. The plate holds cassia buds; the dried leaves are Chinese cassia, and the fresh are Ceylon ­cinnamon. Also shown are cones of Mexican brown sugar, called­ ­piloncillo.
Cinnamon’s attraction seems to be universal. Everywhere, people cook with it, perfume with it, flavor liqueurs with it, and mask foul medicinal taste with it.
Photo by Fotolia
Take your favorite hostess some ­Cinnamon-Pecan Brittle packed in a festive tin, and you’ll always be ­invited back.
This elegant Iranian dish, Fezanjan, stars game hens, nuts, pomegranate juice, and cinnamon.
Cinnamon takes many forms. The small double quills next to the plate are Indonesian cassia; the rest of the quills are Ceylon cinnamon. The piece of bark is Saigon cassia, and the powders, left to right, come from Vietnam, Ceylon (Sri Lanka), China, and Indonesia. The plate holds cassia buds; the dried leaves are Chinese cassia, and the fresh are Ceylon ­cinnamon. Also shown are cones of Mexican brown sugar, called­ ­piloncillo.
Cinnamon takes many forms. The small double quills next to the plate are Indonesian cassia; the rest of the quills are Ceylon cinnamon. The piece of bark is Saigon cassia, and the powders, left to right, come from Vietnam, Ceylon (Sri Lanka), China, and Indonesia. The plate holds cassia buds; the dried leaves are Chinese cassia, and the fresh are Ceylon ­cinnamon. Also shown are cones of Mexican brown sugar, called­ ­piloncillo.
Photograph by Steven Foster





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