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Spiced cinnamon buttermilk syrup is velvety and delicious. It only takes 5 ingredients, and 5 minutes to make!
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We are big breakfast fans at our house, and because we have busy mornings we like to eat breakfast for dinner about once a week. That’s when we pull out the big guns and go all in, whether it’s savory or sweet!
Now add some cinnamon to the mix?! You have a crazy good syrup with a fall-flair. Yum!!! Cinnamon Buttermilk Syrup takes all of the best parts of that delectable syrup and adds some spice. This spiced syrup is now on the short list of must-make toppings for our breakfast bakes.
How to make cinnamon buttermilk syrup
HEAT. Melt butter in a pan on low-medium heat. Add sugar, buttermilk, vanilla and cinnamon and mix well and cook for a few minutes.
COMBINE. Add baking soda and stir until all combined. Mixture will get foamy and bubble up when done.
This is a really simple and super delicious syrup recipe. I did note a couple of things that I wanted to share with you so that you aren’t caught off guard when making this.
This syrup will foam up quite a bit so use a larger saucepan than you think that you will need.
For a thicker syrup simply let it simmer longer. You will also be able to taste a hint of caramel flavor due to the extra cook time. YUM!
Stir stir stir. You don’t want the mixture to scorch on the bottom and affect the taste of the entire dish.
what to serve Cinnamon buttermilk syrup with
I couldn’t give you a syrup recipe without suggesting some really delicious dishes to pour it over. Here are a few of our favorites:
Of course you have the traditional dishes such as
The syrup also tastes great served over
STORE syrup in an airtight container ( I usually store my syrup in a mason jar) in the fridge for about 2 weeks. If you notice some separation, just give it a stir to reincorporate it. You can serve it cold or put in the microwave for a few seconds to warm it up. Just remember to remove the metal lid before microwaving.
Great News Everyone- Go ahead and make a double batch because you can store some of it in the freezer. Simply place the extra syrup in a Freezer Ziploc and FREEZE. Now you will always have some on hand. Thaw in the fridge or a bowl of warm water before reheating.
For delicious breakfast bakes, try:
- Cream Cheese French Toast Bake
- Christmas Breakfast Casserole
- Crescent Roll Breakfast Casserole
- Baked Eggs
- Cinnamon Roll French Toast Bake
Cinnamon Buttermilk Syrup Recipe
- Melt butter in a pan on low-medium heat.
- Add sugar, buttermilk, vanilla and cinnamon and mix well and cook for a few minutes.
- Add baking soda and stir until all combined. Mixture will get foamy and bubble up when done.
Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.