Every week we pull together some great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers around the web featuring one main ingredient or dish. Today, we're celebrating the start of the fall with some spicy, out of the box cinnamon recipes!

Over 30 Ways To Use Cinnamon | Food Bloggers of Canada


Nothing signifies the start of fall to us more than the warm, spicy notes of cinnamon! (well ok, maybe pumpkin - and we have loads of pumpkin spice recipes for you too!).  You'll find lots of classic cinnamon recipes here but we also have some out of the box cinnamon treats too.  And as a side note... do you know the difference between "true" cinnamon and cassia bark?

And because cinnamon is often a key ingredient in sticky buns and rolls, you might also want to check out our collection of sticky bun recipes.

Celebrating Cinnamon

By Food Bloggers of Canada

  • Cinnamon Bourbon

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Spike your first apple cider of the fall with this spicy [cinnamon bourbon](http://www.kikucorner.com/2014/10/13/happy-hour-cinnamon-bourbon/). Cheers! From **Kiku Corner**.

  • Cinnamon pecan babka

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    How pretty is this cinnamon twisty-ness? Make this [babka](http://joandsue.blogspot.ca/2017/05/cinnamon-pecan-babka.html) and your kitchen will be filled with the delicious smell of both cinnamon and bread while it bakes. From **Jo and Sue**.

  • Chai cinnamon rolls

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This marriage between a [cinnamon bun](http://www.celebrationgeneration.com/blog/2013/07/05/chai-cinnamon-rolls/) and a chai cake is pure deliciousness and will definitely spice up your breakfast. From **Celebration Generation**.

  • Grapefruit cinnamon soda

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [grapefruit cinnamon soda](https://www.meghantelpner.com/blog/grapefruit-cinnamon-soda/) is an awesome mocktail that involves the super-healthy peel of the fruit, fresh turmeric root and an amazing grapefruit-cinnamon syrup. From **Meghan Telpner**.

  • Cinnamon spelt pancakes

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Spelt flour and cinnamon give these griddle cakes a lovely flavour; spelt being slightly nutty and cinnamon... well, you know. This recipe makes simple and uncomplicated [pancakes](https://www.thesimplegreen.com/single-post/2017/06/12/FLUFFY-CINNAMON-SPELT-PANCAKES) that are pillowy on the inside and crunchy golden brown on the outside. From **The Simple Green**.

  • Baked pork chops with a cinnamon glaze

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    These [baked pork chops with a cinnamon glaze](https://bakeeatrepeat.ca/baked-pork-chops-cinnamon-glaze-recipe/) are a simple, 30-minute meal that your whole family will love.  Served with baked cinnamon apples, they are fast, easy and incredibly tasty! From **Bake.Eat.Repeat**.

  • Cinnamon peach shortbread squares

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    If you love peaches, you’ll love these [cinnamon peach shortbread squares](http://www.sneakymommies.com/cinnamon-peach-shortbread-squares/). You’ll want to serve these chilled and keep them refrigerated so that they stay fresh for days. From **Sneaky Mommies**.

  • Slow-baked rice pudding with cinnamon

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Known in French as “Teurgoule”, this [slow-baked rice pudding with cinnamon](http://www.pardonyourfrench.com/slow-baked-rice-pudding-with-cinnamon/) is a family-style speciality from Lower Normandy. It is baked in an earthenware dish for several hours to create a thick caramelized crust on top and a soft, creamy pudding underneath. From **Pardon Your French**.

  • Cinnamon slices

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    With hints of cinnamon spice, the coarse sugar in these [cinnamon slices](https://www.thefinercookie.com/recipe/cinnamon-slices/) crunches bite-to-bite. Pack them in a lunchbox or take them to the office and you won't regret it one bit. From **The Finer Cookie**.

RELATED:  The FBC Apple Recipe Roundup - Part 1


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