Here are our favourite recipes that you blogged about, you clever, creative cooks.
Under A Glass Sky made lebkuchen, and throws in a casual reference to cinnamon vodka in her write-up. Imagine a handful of lebkuchen with a little shot of that to kickstart Christmas Day. Cor!
Love this recipe for cinnamon monkey bread from Edinburgh Eats, and not just for the line "I like big Bundts and I cannot lie". Buttery cinnamon dough balls held together with brown sugar caramel? I think we're all booked on the Edinburgh train for Christmas.
Over on Rosalilium, Elizabeth brought us a mug of cinnamon hot chocolate. Not strictly a dessert, but we wouldn't turn down a piping hot cup of this on a cold evening.
mulled wine chocolate cake, which helpfully leaves enough wine for you to enjoy a glass or two with a slice. And Laura B is insistent that latkes don't have to be savoury - she's sprinkled hers with cinnamon and served with a sweet sauce.
We've had a lot of love for cinnamon over the years, it turns out. This brioche, vanilla and rum pudding will warm up your evenings, or maybe you'd prefer churros dipped in chocolate? If you haven't made our chocodoodles or cinnamon whirls then you're missing a treat, and if you prefer your treats gluten-free, then try baking our carrot cake.
Our next theme is FIGHTING FOR CUSTARDY, because we love a laboured pun. Think trifles, custard pots, custard cakes, tarts, puddings... Anything you set your mind (and kitchen, and blog) to! Added incentive: there's a prize for our favourite recipe. We'll do our next round-up on 13 February.
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