1. Cinnamon Chips
In most contexts, cinnamon chips are small, cinnamon-flavored morsels used predominantly in baking. They resemble chocolate chips and are designed to be used in many of the same contexts as the chocolate versions would be. The term “cinnamon chip” can also refer to a buttery, cinnamon-dusted or flavored tortilla chip, though this use is less common.
Cinnamon chips are typically made of oils and natural waxes that have been augmented with cinnamon flavoring. Depending on the brand, that flavoring can be wholly or partly artificial. Some chips contain real cinnamon, but most do not.
One of the characteristics of cinnamon chips is their ability to quickly melt, either over a double broiler or in the oven.
2.1 Used to flavor foods and beverages
- Adding chips to biscuits, scones, and bread can make for interesting twists on traditional breakfast favorites
- Marinate grilled dishes, improve the flavor of baked goods and make cinnamon tea,…
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2.3. Cosmetics production
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