The holiday season warms up with National Cinnamon Day on November 1st. It’s the spice that ushers in a season while being versatile all year long.
What other spice flavors the holidays than cinnamon? Of course, cinnamon’s quintessential warmth fills our homes with welcoming scents like no other. For generations, cinnamon elicits fond memories of holidays with family. It sweetens apple pies and is the base for pumpkin spice. With just a touch, it kisses the snickerdoodle, too. We raise a toast with it on chilly evenings in frothy beverages. And cinnamon preserves our bounty all season long.
Hot, cold, savory, and sweet cinnamon fills our memories throughout the holidays. In fact, according to IRI data, cinnamon was the most purchased holiday spice in 2018. It’s the ideal spice to create gifts and bring cheer into the home. How will you use cinnamon this season?
HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalCinnamonDay
Share your favorite cinnamon recipes and memories. Invite the family to join you as you bake up those special cinnamon recipes. Create new traditions and find the latest ways to use cinnamon in your home and in your cooking, too. There are so many delicious ways to use cinnamon, and it’s so good for us, too. Add ground cinnamon to your morning coffee grounds or top your toast with cinnamon and sugar. There are so many ways cinnamon makes things better. No matter how you use it, from the scent to the flavor, your guests will feel welcomed home.
My favorites for Cinnamon.
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Share your creations using #NationalCinnamonDay on social media.
McCormick & Co., Inc. founded National Cinnamon Day in 2019 to celebrate the versatility of one of the most popular spices in America’s kitchens. The holiday encourages us to make new memories and share the joy cinnamon brings with your best recipes.