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Making Cinnamon Ornaments are a perfect holiday fun activity for kids. The ornaments are easy to make and their aroma lasts long after the holidays are over.
3/4 cup applesauce
2 bottles (2.37 oz. each) McCormick® Cinnamon, Ground
Preheat oven to 200°F. Mix applesauce and cinnamon in small bowl until a smooth ball of dough is formed. (You may need use your hands to incorporate all of the cinnamon.) Using about 1/4 of the dough at a time, roll dough to 1/4-inch to 1/3-inch thickness between two sheets of plastic wrap. Peel off top sheet of plastic wrap. Cut dough into desired shapes with 2- to 3-inch cookie cutters. Make a hole at top of ornament with drinking straw or skewer. Place ornaments on baking sheet.
Bake 2 1/2 hours. Cool ornaments on wire rack. (Or, to dry ornaments at room temperature, carefully place them on wire rack. Let stand 1 to 2 days or until thoroughly dry, turning occasionally.).
Insert ribbon through holes and tie to hang. Decorate with opaque paint markers, found in arts and crafts stores, if desired.
Test Kitchen Tip: Or use 1 bottle (4.12 ounces) McCormick® Ground Cinnamon. If a larger size bottle of cinnamon is used, measure 1 cup plus 2 tablespoons cinnamon.
Nutritional Information coming soon!
the girls love making ornaments and they smell so good can't wait to have fatboy over to make them with him going to make hand prints and footprints for grandparents
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First time I made these was in my two year old preschool class. I love them so much that even 20 years later, you can still smell the cinnamon :) Making these with my boyfriend this weekend since he has never made them before!! :)
I used the same amount of cinnamon and applesauce. I made a few cookies and it was a nightmare:( All cracky and tearing up and falling apart. But, I also ran out of time so I put the rest of the dough in a plastic bag and didn't get to it until about 24 hours later. I left it on the counter, not in the fridge. The dough was nearly perfect! No tearing or cracking. It just needed time to settle down. I also rolled it between 2 layers of plastic wrap and used a straw to make the hole. Next time you make something and it falls apart, put it in a plastic bag and let it settle.
These turned out beautiful!! My kids and I are going to pass these out to family for Christmas! !! Thanks! !
I tried this but I just couldn't get it to work. I combined all the ingredients exactly as the recipe suggests. I mixed for a long time by hand until it was all well incorporated. I rolled it out, but every one I cut fell apart. I put it all back in the bowl, added more applesauce than the recipe calls for, mixed again and rolled them out. They still fell all apart. It was a failure. I had to throw it all away.
For Janet--use about 1 cup cinnamon.