Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Cinnamon Waffle Sauce



My cherubs love cinnamon.

Seriously love it!

Anytime I can add cinnamon to a recipe, I always do!


When I saw this recipe, I thought it would be great.

I actually thought it would be a bit different then how it turned out.

But to my surprise, I was very pleased with the outcome.

I did make a little change to the original recipe, but that's because of our love of the cinnamon flavor.

This is wonderful poured over warm waffles or pancakes.

By warm, I mean warmed up!

On busy school mornings, we just take the waffles I made from the weekend and reheat in the toaster.

Cinnamon Waffle Sauce

1 cup water
1 cup brown sugar
1 1/2 tsp good quality cinnamon (I used siagon cinnamon)

Place all of the ingredients in a heavy sauce pan over high heat.  Continue to stir until the cinnamon is dissolved in the mixture and the mixture comes to a boil.

Reduce heat to medium/medium heat and continue to simmer until the mixture reduces until the it is thick and syrup-like, but still pourable. 

I didn't want to over-cook the mixture or burn the sugar, so I reduced until the mixture coated the back of the spoon.

Remove from heat and allow to cool before placing it in a container.

Use immediately;  store any remaining sauce in the refrigerator.

Reheat in the microwave when needed (being careful not to bring to a boil when re-heating.)

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