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Ginger and cinnamon

Explore mouth-watering recipes that feature the aromatic flavors of ginger and cinnamon. Spice up your cooking with these delightful and flavorful combinations.
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This is my version of a golden milk latte using fresh turmeric root, ginger, and a dash of vanilla. Heads up, this may not be the spiced golden milk recipe you’ve been looking for. I enjoy it sweeter rather than spicier (so without any cardamom or cinnamon but feel free to add if it if you want).

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How To Make Ginger, Lemon and Cinnamon Tea for Weight Loss Ginger Lemon Tea Recipe, Lemon Ginger Tea Benefits, Ginger Cinnamon Tea, Cinnamon Tea Benefits, Cinnamon Drink, Ginger Recipes, Tea Recipes, Turmeric Drink, Ginger Drink

The infusion of ginger, cinnamon and lemon is full of beneficial properties for the body, but in addition to this, it is also one of the best recipes one can prepare in order to lose a few extra kilos and eliminate deposits of accumulated fat. The combination of these three ingredients results in a very cleansing and detoxifying drink that speeds up the metabolism in an amazing way and, therefore, allows the amount of fat we burn daily to be considerably increased.If you also want to benefit…

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Tricia Edwards
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This immune boosting sweet cinnamon ginger tea warms the soul. It's crazy how good it is with just 3 simple ingredients. The magic is in the lengthy time on the stove and cutting the ginger so that it is better absorbed by the water. In the end you get an extra warming, sweet and spicy tea. It's a great one to turn to during the cold/flu/winter season due to it's immune boosting ingredients.

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Renee Reiser