"hityl?" Cinnamon Candy Sauce

“This is a tiny gift for my Chef Mommie. Can anything be easier than a recipe w/1 ingredient + water? I don't think so! I'm not the least bit ashamed to post this impossibly easy & yummy recipe. Don't discount this little taste sensation that can be used in so many ways to enhance other foods & recipes. You're gonna love this & the serving options detailed below the prep! Enjoy!”
READY IN:
10mins
SERVES:
1
YIELD:
2 cups
UNITS:
US

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 2 cups red cinnamon candies
  • 12 cup water

Directions

  1. Put water & cinnamon candies in a small saucepan over med heat.
  2. When the candies begin to melt, reduce heat & simmer till candies are fully melted & a has sauce formed.
  3. Stir constantly & add water (or more candies) as desired, but don't get the sauce too thin.
  4. Done!
  5. NOTE: You can add 2 tbsp of real honey or a good maple syrup for a more syrup sauce -- or you can make a buttery version & melt the candies in butter over very low heat.
  6. SERVING OPTIONS: Add sweet cinnamon flavor to your hot tea, coffee, apple juice, oatmeal, rice pudding, yoghurt or favorite smoothie & butter cream icing -- Use pastry brush to add sauce to breads, cinnamon toast or French toast -- Drizzle over vanilla ice cream! -- Make a kid pleaser cheese ball or spread for graham crackers using cream cheese & crushed Nestles Crunch candy bars -- Mix w/cream cheese & drained crushed pineapple to put on a biscuit, bagel, English muffin or breakfast/dessert tortilla wrap & pinwheels -- Use as glaze for cakes -- Mix w/melted butter & add to your favorite apple crisp, pie or 1 of those prepare the nite before & bake French toast dishes -- Give as a food gift -- Take along on your next camping trip -- See what I mean? The options are endless! Somebody stop me! I'm outta control here!

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