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- Peel oranges, then slice crossways into rounds and arrange on a pretty plate.
- Add a few apple slices, if desired.
- Lightly dust with cinnamon and serve immediately.
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WOW! I really love these cinnamon oranges. It's important to powder the cinnamon very fine in a mixer for this recipe. We(dad and me) had this at lunch this afternoon for dessert. I used Navel oranges, came out very sweet and "addictive" to be honest. The combo of cinnamon with these oranges went very well. Easy to fix, eggless, healthy and tasty - it's got everything you need and look for in a recipe - EXCELLENT DISCOVERY, Friedel;)!
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