Recipe by May and Siv
"An apple-orange cinnamonny hot drink."
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2 3/4 cups
1 1/4 cups
Delicious! A lovely drink to make for these cold winter evenings. I will add a cinnamon stick instead of the ground cinnamon next time.
I made it with a cinnamon quill and 1 whole clove. It was nice, but not really my thing. Works best with pulp-less orange juice
It was good but a little sour for me. Next time I think I will leave out the lemon juice.
I loved this. Reminded of what my mom would make on cold winter mornings when I was a child. I did add one tea bag to the pot as well as a cinnamon stick (instead of the ground cinnamon). I added the lemon with the other ingredients as well. It was fantastic!
*Update* This is my go to fall drink. The tea bag totally changes the taste and I still only use the cinnamon stick instead of the ground cinnamon. I have also used 2T of sugar in place of the honey and it is so delicious.
Delicious! Simple, fast and tasty! A keeper for a quick fall pick-me-up.
The ground cinnamon wouldn't dissolve for me and the amount seems excessive. My result was sickly sweet. I will try again with a cinnamon stick instead.
Great hot drink for a cold night. I really like recipes that I have all the ingredients on hand. Very good and the perfect amount for just 2 people with a little left over for tomorrow. Made it just like the recipe is given.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 3
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