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Ornament from Cinnamon Dough

Cinnamon is such a wonderful holiday scent. It inspires us, aids our psychic energy, brings protection, and is great to use for money magick.

These make great ornaments for your Yule tree.

The picture above shows frosting which is great for eating, but not so much for your tree. However, with a hot glue gun and a little white paint (or use the glitter glue sticks) you can achieve the same effect.


1 cup applesause

1 3/4 C powdered cinnamon

Yields about 15 small ornaments

Mix cinnamon and applesauce together in a large bowl. Knead until full mixed and smooth (like a warm plastic). If your dough seems too thin, just add more cinnamon. If it's too dry, add a little more applesauce. Be advised a little applesauce does go a long way.

Roll the dough with a pastry roller and use a cookie cutter to make your shapes (unless you are really good and can free hand them, which I can't lol). However, if you want shapes you can't find in cookie cutters, there are lots of shapes you can find on-line, print off, and use to cut around for your shapes (like a triple moon - they don't have those in the cookie cutter aisle lol).

Use a dowel or unsharpened pencil to put a hole near the top of the cutout shape.

Reroll leftover dough and cut out more shapes.

Put the ornaments on a cookie sheet (best lined with waxed or baking paper) and bake them at 200 deg F for about an hour. Flip them over and bake another hour. (Also if they look like they are bowing up in the middle, just flip them over to flatten them.)

You can paint them, decorate them with glitter, hot glue, whatever your imagination can conjure. They are pretty tough for just being applesauce and cinnamon. And they smell good!

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