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Cinnamon Ground Cinnamon Ground The dried, ground bark of Cinnamomum cassia, Blume. It is brown to reddish-brown in color. The principal active ingredient in the volatile oil is cinnamaldehyde, which is responsible for the characteristic odor. 0 out of 5 stars, based on 0 user reviews
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Cinnamon, Ground

The dried, ground bark of Cinnamomum cassia, Blume. It is brown to reddish-brown in color. The principal active ingredient in the volatile oil is cinnamaldehyde, which is responsible for the characteristic odor.

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Cinnamon

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  • 521000023231.00
  • 521000043892.37
  • 521000710914.12
Usage tips

• Mix 1 tsp. with 3 cups sliced apples for pie, apple crisp or stewed apples.
• Sprinkle over French toast, hot cereal, eggnog, broiled grapefruit or bananas.
• Use on ham, pork, sweet potatoes, carrots or beets.
• Add 1 tsp. to 1 cup pancake mix and prepare as directed.
• Add to brownies, chocolate cake and hot chocolate.

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Cinnamon Apple Brunch Bake

Serves: Makes 8 servings.
Prep time: 10 mins

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Product nutrition information

This product has no significant nutritional value per 1/4 tsp. serving.

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  • David on 07/22/2013

    The casia variety is what was used in earlier studies of cinnamon's effect upon blood sugar levels. This was effective, while the verum or so called "true" cinnamon had little to no effect...

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  • Kerry C. on 01/16/2015

    While some folks don't like this & claim it's not "true," the fact of the matter it's got the same characteristics of "true" varieties. McCormick offers another variety; Saigon & roasted Saigon cinnamon, found in the glass jars. While I enjoy different varieties, the classic McCormick Ground Cinnamon is economical, quite tasty (esp. to children as it's mild)& due to it's popularity, you can be assured that it will be relatively fresh when buying it. I wish McCormick would consider carrying Korintje &/or Vietnamese cinnamon as they are delightful. They have more "warmth" & flavor.

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  • Joy on 09/25/2013

    Excellent. I use cinnamon daily.... from oatmeal to sautéed apples. It is my single favorite spice.

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  • Patricia on 09/23/2013

    Very good

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  • Lorna A. on 08/18/2013

    This variety is the best!

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  • Cherie B. on 05/06/2013

    It's Awesome!

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  • kelly on 06/17/2013

    not real cinnamon, but cassia. save your money and buy the cheap stuff.

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  • Melissa on 09/07/2015

    This type of cinnamon is not good to consume on a regular basis considering it's has the ability to coagulate blood. There's a second type of cinnamon that is really what you should be selling.

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  • nic on 01/25/2015

    Cassian – This one has a high amount of Coumarin which could possibly cause liver problems if taken in large doses. Ceylon – If you are going to be using it for medicinal purposes make sure you use the one called Ceylon.

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