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How to use cinnamon sticks



Cinnamon sticks are a delicious and aromatic form of cinnamon that can be used in many different ways. You can use cinnamon sticks to create different useful and one-of-a-kind crafts, or to add a subtle spice flavor to different dishes. Cinnamon sticks can also be used to make delicious, uniquely spiced beverages when steeped in liquid.

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[ Edit ] Crafting with Cinnamon Sticks

  1. Use cinnamon sticks and leather cord to make fragrant ornaments. Thread a piece of leather cord, about long, through the hollow center of 3 cinnamon sticks. Fold the cinnamon sticks into a triangle shape and then pull the cord to secure the shape. Tie the loose ends together at the top. To hang the ornament, cut another piece of leather cord. Tie it around the top of the triangle and tie it in a knot to secure. [1]
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    • You can also use a piece of yarn or hemp instead of a leather cord. [19659009] For more of a holiday vibe, use craft glue to glue a piece of tree wreath on the lower corner of the triangle cinnamon ornament. [2]
  2. Make a fall cinnamon stick candle. Roughly chop 4 cinnamon sticks and set aside. Place your candle holder (you can use a jar, small bowl or whatever small container you want) on a flat surface. Place one end of a light basket in the center of the bowl and then wrap the other end around a pen to hold the wick straight up and in place. Melt candle wax in a nonstick pan on low heat. Once melted, mix the chopped cinnamon sticks into the wax and quickly pour the hot wax into the candle holder to fill it about ¾ of the way up. [3]
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    • Allow the wax to cool and harden for at least 15 minutes before removing the pencil and cutting the wick if necessary.
    • To make your light cinnamon scent stronger, add a few drops of cinnamon extract to the wax as it melts. [4]
  3. Create your own homemade spice potpourri. Preheat oven to. Slice an apple and an orange thin and place the slices flat on a baking sheet. Bake the fruit slices for an hour and a half and then take them out of the oven to cool. When cool, mix the slices in a large jar with about 2 tablespoons (28.3 grams) cloves, 3 to 5 cinnamon sticks and about 2 tablespoons (28.3 grams) of star anise. [5]
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    • Put the lid on the jar and allow the mixture to settle for 1 day before pouring and displaying in a bowl or decorative jar. [6]
  4. Secure cinnamon sticks together for light fragrant beverage coats. Set about 5 or 6 cinnamon sticks. Add a dab of craft glue to the middle of one of the cinnamon sticks and press another stick onto it to secure the two. Repeat this process until all 5 or 6 cinnamon sticks are glued together. [7]
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    • To add a little more visual interest to your substrates, weave a piece of colorful string or yarn along with the cinnamon stick beds (like a log barge). This will make your coasters look a little more finished. [8]
  5. Tie cinnamon to gifts for an extra personal touch. For an easy way to increase your fall or holiday gifts, use ribbon, yarn or holiday colored string to tie some cinnamon sticks to your wrapped presents. The recipient will surely appreciate your extra effort and pleasant aroma.
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    • In addition to wrapped gifts, you can tie some cinnamon sticks on soaps, jam jars or cider mix for a light but thought-provoking gift to your friends, neighbors or family members. [9]
  6. Make a maternity bag for your wardrobe. Fill a small mesh bag or bag with a cinnamon stick, 1 tablespoon (14.3 grams) of black peppercorns and 1 tablespoon (14.3 grams) of whole cloves. Hang the bag on a hanger in your wardrobe, or place it in a chest of drawers to keep dirt away from your clothes. [10]
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  1. Makes a simple homemade cinnamon syrup. Add 4 cinnamon sticks to water in a pot. Turn the oven high to get the water to boil, then reduce the heat to a simmer. Let the cinnamon sticks simmer for about 25 minutes, then turn off the stove and allow the pot to cool for 15 minutes. Remove the cinnamon sticks from the water and then add 1.5 cups (192 grams) of white sugar. Turn the stove back on low and heat the water for 7 minutes with stirring frequently. Once the sugar has dissolved, allow the syrup to cool before using or storing it in a jar. [11]
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    • You may need to run the syrup through a strainer if some cinnamon stick particles came loose while boiling. [12]
    • Use your homemade cinnamon syrup on ice cream, in cocktails or on waffles or pancakes.
  2. Put a cinnamon stick in your rice cooker for a unique taste. To give your rice a hint of a rich spice, place a cinnamon stick on top of the rice after adding it to the rice cooker. Then cook the rice according to the instructions. [13]
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    • If you do not have a rice cooker, you can also add a cinnamon stick to a pot of rice and water and cook according to the instructions on the cooker.
    • Cinnamon stick pork works particularly well in or with Asian, Middle Eastern and North African dishes. [14]
  3. Simmer a cinnamon bar in oatmeal for a comforting breakfast. When cooking oatmeal on the stove or in a slow cooker, add 1 or 2 cinnamon sticks, depending on your taste preference. This will give your oats an extra comforting spice flavor. [15]
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    • Cinnamon sticks are a good addition to oatmeal with apples, peaches, raisins or pumpkin puree.
  4. Use a cinnamon bar to taste slow meat, stews and curries. When doing slow cooking of beef, chicken, pork or lamb, or when doing a casserole or curry dish, add a cinnamon stick just before putting on a slow cooker. The cinnamon stick does not make the meat or stew taste strongly of cinnamon, but will give a subtle rich spice. [16]
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    • Adding a cinnamon stick to the slow cooker chili will also give a great subtle flavor. [17]
  5. Soft cinnamon sticks in rum for a homemade cinnamon essence. Pour light or dark rum into a container with lids. Add two cinnamon sticks to the container before replacing the lid on the container. Store the rum and cinnamon mixture in a cool, dark place for about 2 weeks, shaking it daily to ensure that the flavors are infused.
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    • You can then use your homemade cinnamon license in almost any recipe that requires cinnamon extract. [18] Note, however, that the cinnamon essence will be slightly sweeter than cinnamon extract due to sweetness in rum.

[ Edit ] [19659046] Making Cinnamon Stick Drinks

  1. Use cinnamon sticks to add spice to homemade mulled wine. Add apple cider, 1 bottle of red wine, honey, 2 cinnamon sticks, 1 orange peel and juicy, 4 cloves and 3 star anise skis to a large saucepan. Turn the hob high to bring the liquid to a boil and then reduce the heat to a simmer. Let the mixture simmer for 10 minutes, then turn off the hob and allow it to cool before serving. [19]
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    • Add an orange peel or cinnamon stick stirrer for an extra garnish.
  2. Add flavor to tea or cider using a cinnamon stick to stir. Make your tea or apple cider according to the instructions. When your drink is ready, use a cinnamon stick to stir if it is still hot. You can stir with cinnamon cards to add some flavor or leave the stick to sip while you drink. [20]
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    • Add a bit of a kick to your cinnamon stick tea, the addition of whiskey, honey and a squeeze of lemon juice to make a cinnamon tea hot toddie . [21]
    • You can use a cinnamon stick as a stirrer several times before it loses flavor. Just rinse it with warm water and allow it to dry before using it again. [22]
  3. Boil up a cinnamon bar with hot chocolate. Pour milk, cocoa powder and white sugar into a saucepan to create a traditional hot chocolate in New Mexico. Add a cinnamon stick and then turn the hob low. Take the liquid to a simmer with stirring to combine. When it has reached a low boil, turn off the hob and allow it to cool before pouring it into a mug to enjoy. [23]
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    • You can either leave the cinnamon stick in the hot chocolate when you pour it into a mug, or remove it with a spoon if you prefer.
    • You can use a packaged hot chocolate mixture instead of cocoa and sugar.
  4. Add cinnamon sticks to your coffee maker for uniquely flavored coffee. Pour the desired amount of coffee grounds into the coffee maker as you usually do. Then place a cinnamon stick on top of the coffee grounds. Turn on the coffee maker and brew as usual. [24]
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    • This gives only a subtle cinnamon flavor. If you want cinnamon to be stronger, use another cinnamon bar to stir your coffee while it is still warm.
  5. Make simple cinnamon tisane for a comforting hot drink. Heat a mug of water in a kettle or in the microwave. When heated to the desired temperature, dip a cinnamon stick in warm water for about 10 minutes. [25]
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    • While quite simple, the cinnamon tisan can be very [26]
    • Because of its antimicrobial prosperity, You also use cinnamon tisan to treat the athlete by making a larger batch and soaking your feet in the mixture for about 20 minutes as needed. [27]

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