Cinnamon Honey . . .

I recently discovered the Cinnamon Honey Liquid Topping at Pinkberry and have been addicted ever since. I love it so much that I dedicated almost twenty minutes online trying to figure out where I could buy it. When I failed to find out where Pinkberry gets their Cinnamon Honey, I decided to make my own. It turned out pretty tasty, so thought I'd share the recipe. 

10 ounces of your favorite honey
1 Tablespoon of ground cinnamon
A few drops of vanilla

Gradually mix the cinnamon into the honey to avoid clumps. Be sure to sample as you mix, in case you want to add less or more cinnamon to taste. Add just a drop or two of vanilla for an extra level of flavor. Serve with apples or bananas for dipping, stir into your favorite tea, spread onto buttered toast, or my personal favorite, drizzle over greek yogurt topped with berries and granola. Just like Pinkberry! 

Extra note: While searching online I came across some amazing information. It turns out that cinnamon and honey have incredible healing benefits. Their properties, when combined, can help with anything from weight loss to the common cold. But most significant, at least for me, is that this power combo can lower cholesterol, reduce clogging in the arteries, and potentially prevent heart attacks! I love it. Click here to learn more. 

Ps. Yesterday was the one year anniversary of my bypass surgery. Until my mom reminded me last night, I had completely forgotten that a year ago my heart was being operated on. 
I'll take that as a good sign! 

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