Cinnamon Jello

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Cinnamon jello is the perfect combination of lemon jello, applesauce and cinnamon imperials. It’s a great addition to your Holiday feast.

This blog post goes out to my Grandma Duncan. Every time I think of cinnamon jelllo, I think of her. I love to eat, so several of my favorite childhood memories consist of food! Cinnamon jello was front and center at every family gathering. I can in no way take credit for this recipe (it’s actually my Great Grandma Borton’s recipe) but I hope that you and yours can add it to your family table this Holiday season.

If you have never heard of cinnamon jello let me take you through the experience. It’s the perfect combination of sweet with a small amount of spice from the melted cinnamon imperials. The texture is absolutely devine. Don’t be afraid of the combination of jello & applesauce…because seriously it’s like nothing you have ever tasted before.

The best part of this whole recipe is that it’s so easy! You start by disolving the jello and the cinnamon imperials in boiling water until the imperials dissolve. Then you stir in the applesauce and refrigerate over night. & tada, it’s done! The flavors take me right back to my childhood and give me all the memories of my Grandma. I highly recommend it : )

Cinnamon Jello

2 packages of lemon jello

1/2 cup of cinnamon imperials

2 1/2 cups boiling water

2 cups applesauce

Dissolve jello and cinnamon imperials in boiling water. Stir in applesauce. Refrigerate overnight. Enjoy!

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Food brings us all together.
Love, Allyson

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