Cinnamon bites and kisses simultaneously. – Vanna Bonta

Cinnamon is a warming spice most of us are familiar with. It comes from the inner bark of a tree species called Cinnamomum, and was so highly prized among ancient nations that it was regarded as a gift fit for monarchs and even for a god. In medieval times, cinnamon was used to treat conditions such as coughing, arthritis, and sore throats, and continues to receive accolades for its healing properties and protective antioxidant levels.

How to Enjoy:
In a Smoothie Bowl
In a Turmeric Latte or Turmeric Tea
In this Frozen Yogurt Bark
In a Smoothie
In baked goods

Canadian brands we love (what are yours?):

Cha’s Organics

This post is part of our series Superfoods to Enjoy with Yoso that highlights some of our favourite healthy, nutrient rich, superfood ingredients to enjoy with our dairy-free products.