No, the French use cinnamon in a number of recipes, primarily
a cinnamon roll is translated 'un bÃ¢ton de canelle' in French.
dont put cinnamon in it.
it's the same in french as in English
"She sprinkled cinnamon on her breakfast of french toast."
brioches à la cannelle is the phrase for cinnamon buns. These are buns for eating containing cinnamon.
no, its just USA who made it. it is a circle wrapped around cinnamon goodness
Cinnamon snack recipes such as cinnamon french toast and granola with raisins, apples, and cinnamon are great for people with diabetes. If you have diabetes, you can also replace sugar with cinnamon in snacks and meals.
it means i dislike you
Nobles and French Revolution
Cannelle (écorce) The - écorce - means "bark" cinnamon is the bark of a small evergreen tree.
A gallophobe fears France and/or French culture
"DÃ©tester" means to dislike strongly, or to hate in French.
You Make the dough, if you can. Cut it into long noodle shaped things. Sprinkle your Cinnamon on the Dough, Roll it and put it in the oven at 315* for 15-30 min, then pour your French sauce on it(:
ne pas aimer, (I really dislike cabbage) je n'aime vraiment pas le chou.
No, you need bread too...