Prep 2 mins
Cook 10 mins
I considered not posting this since it's not really a recipe, but I was so happy when I discovered this that maybe someone else will be, too! I'm not a fan of flavored coffees (most are too sweet), but cinnamon is an exception. I make it this way several times a week. The amounts listed are VERY approximate; I always just eyeball my coffee and am not sure how much I use. Just go with however you make your normal brewed coffee and sprinkle cinnamon to taste!
- Add coffee grounds and water to coffee maker as you normally do.
- Sprinkle some ground cinnamon on the coffee grounds, and brew as usual.
I gave this recipe 4 stars. This is very good coffee! I wanted some coffee as it's chilly here. I did make a few minor changes to the recipe. I mixed the cinnamon into the coffee grounds. I did also bump the cinnamon up x's 3. I used Folgers decaff. coffee and only scooped out 3 coffee scoops of cinnamon coffee. Since there was no water amount I used 9 coffee pot sizes of water. I was out of half n half so I tried skim milk and 3 tsp's of sugar. This was really good but I think it would be better if I had half n half. Overall this was so good and I will make this again for sure! Christine (internetnut)
This is a great alternative when you're in the mood for coffee with a little more "oomph." So easy and so cheap - who doesn't have cinnamon on hand? :)
When I worked at a bed and breakfast, we would start up the coffee first for our gourmet breakfasts. Each guest that walked in the warm, homey kitchen would first take a deep breath and ask for some of that "special" coffee. This is high on the convenience scale and makes plain coffee seem gourmet!