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Cinnamon Oranges

The EatingWell Diet (2007), The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

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This simple dessert works any time of the year, but its flavors will be the best and brightest in the winter when oranges are at their peak.



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"Paired it with blueberry french toast and used the sauce on both .... My little one loved it.... If he loves it then it is great. Thanks for the recipe. "
Cinnamon Oranges

9 Reviews for Cinnamon Oranges

06/20/2014

Super simple way to really liven up sliced oranges! Cinnamon and the additional citrus juices worked really well here. I also found that garnishing with fresh raspberries paired perfectly with this. This is delicious!

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02/19/2012
kids love it

Great recipe! Me and my kids did this for snack and my kids asked for us to make some more! We used to have Berry Buttermilk Soup which we found on GourmetRecipe.com but it's nice to try new things. I often check it out for recipes and cooking information including this website, KraftRecipes.com, WikiChicken.com, EverythingLemon.com, and the SaladSite.com for different moods and occasions. Thanks for this appetizing recipe!

By the way, here's the link to the mentioned recipe: www.gourmetrecipe.com/recipes/berry-buttermilk-soup

tasty, loved by my kids
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Anonymous wrote 2 years 33 weeks ago

You must not have read that

You must not have read that correctly, b/c she said it was better than ice cream; she didn't add it to ice cream. I think the yogurt and orange combo sounds nice; extra protein and still under 200 cal.

09/29/2011
100 calorie recipies?

It doesnt take a nutritional magician to make a slice of orange or a third of a banana less then 100 calories. I can make butter infused with duck fat for less then 100 calories but the serving size will be about as satisfying as these recipies. Yes, portion control is important but a slice of orange topped with sugar will do absolutely nothing to stave off hunger...in fact the spike in your glycemic index will more then likely TRIGGER hunger, rather then help it. Seriously... this is the type of garbage advice that keeps america fat. And who am I to say? I am a food addict who has lost over 100lbs and kept it off for 8 years. No fad diets. Thats who!

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Anonymous wrote 23 weeks 21 hours ago

I believe it is meant to be

I believe it is meant to be paired with a protein (like yogurt), not served alone.

Anonymous wrote 1 year 17 weeks ago

THIS is the type of advice

THIS is the type of advice that keeps America fat? Not a chance! Processed garbage served in mass quantities is what is doing that, not some fruit with a little sugar on it! And yes, this will help control hunger thanks to the fiber in the orange. Is it as filling as a meal? No. It's not supposed to be.

Anonymous wrote 1 year 43 weeks ago

Who cares? If it's good, it's

Who cares? If it's good, it's good.

 
shepacksabowl wrote 3 years 11 weeks ago

Need more convincing? 4 people commented on this recipe. Noone said it was satisfying on its own. One person ate it "as is" and was not impressed. One added icecream. One added yogurt. One put it on top of blueberry french toast. Your 100 calorie snack just became a belly bomber because it had absolutely no ability to satisfy causing people to adjust it with very high calorie additions. I rest my case.

01/19/2011
Yummy!

This was delicious and very zippy. I served in a small dish with creamy vanilla yogurt and my husband loved it! Next time, he requested that I crumble up one Nilla Wafer in his. I was surprised how the letting it marinate in the lemon and oj made the orange slices even juicier. Yum!

Easy and tasty
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09/11/2010
Anonymous

Paired it with blueberry french toast and used the sauce on both .... My little one loved it.... If he loves it then it is great. Thanks for the recipe.

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