How to make easy Cinnamon Sugar that is great for baked treats, toast, or anything you want a sweet topping for.
I love to add Cinnamon Sugar to my toast, pancakes, french toast, and really anything.
One thing I have found is you have to get a great balance between the cinnamon and sugar. The cinnamon can overpower the mix if you add in too much. The perfect ratio of cinnamon to sugar is really up to you.
We love using this on cinnamon toast, buttered toast, crescent rolls, or really any warm baked good that needs just a little bit more flavor.
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We recently used this mix on these Pie Crust Cookies! The perfect cinnamon flavor for the cookies.
This tastes amazing on pretzels, warm popcorn, french toast, pancakes, cookies, honestly all the things! This is perfect on our childhood favorite cinnamon toast!
- Ground Cinnamon
- Granulated Sugar
We use white sugar but you can easily make this with brown sugar also.
Small whisk - I love these mini whisks for combining spices and seasoning. You can also use a fork if you don't have a mini whisk.
Small lidded jar - I use a small mason jar to store my cinnamon sugar mix.
I am going to be honest and say that this mix is always close in the kitchen. It is just so perfect on so many things.
Storage - You can store this in a spice jar so you have it ready whenever you need it.
You can lower the amount of cinnamon if you want to change up the flavor.
For a larger serving you can use 4 tbsp of cinnamon to a cup of sugar.
How to make Cinnamon Sugar
- Add cinnamon and sugar to a medium bowl. Whisk together until combined evenly.