Creative Cooks: Bake your own special memories like Mom did by adding one or two teaspoons of SWEET CINN to any recipe calling for cinnamon and nutmeg. It’s a sweet addition to apple, berry, and pumpkin pies, pancakes, waffles, French toast, and cheesecake. It becomes a sugar substitute in cereals, coffee, teas, yogurt, and hot milk. You’ll marvel it’s not just for holiday baking anymore.
Sweet Cinn is a new iteration of our original Spicy Cinnamon. This magnificent blend has been the secret ingredient in a commercial award-winning cheesecake recipe. The creator of this cheesecake was devastated once the original Spicy Cinnamon was no longer available.
Of course, she wasn’t the only dissident, my own sister-in-law still laments that she can’t bake anymore without the Spicy Cinnamon. This blend has been sorely missed, so we decided to bring it back under a new name that highlights the sweetness of stevia instead of sugar ingredient. Give it a try by using 2 teaspoons in almost all baking recipes calling for nutmeg and cinnamon. Using this blend will make your cookies disappear in seconds. There is nothing like it. Now you, too, can be a master baker.