Cinnamon Sugar Ratios for Baking

Cinnamon sugar is a mixture that can be used as a component for many baked goods such as cinnamon roll filling, coating snickerdoodles and churros, topping Belgian waffles, and making cinnamon toast! Homemade cinnamon sugar is so easy to make there is no need to buy a pre-made mixture! Pin it for Later »

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Cinnamon Sugar Overview

Skill Level: Beginner

A mixture of cinnamon sugar is a staple in any baker’s kitchen. Cinnamon sugar can be used as a filling for pastry and yeast doughs, as a coating for cookies, or dusted on as a topping.

While a cinnamon sugar mixture can be quickly mixed together without measuring, there are some standard ratios.

Standard Cinnamon Sugar Ratio

The ratio of cinnamon to sugar is truly up to the baker’s preference. A ratio of 1 part cinnamon to 4 parts sugar by volume is standard for an all-purpose cinnamon sugar blend. This ratio gives a moderate amount of cinnamon flavor without being overwhelming.

For uses where you want a very prominent cinnamon flavor, like cinnamon rolls for instance, a ratio of 1 part cinnamon to 3 parts sugar by volume works very well.

Cinnamon Sugar Uses

Cinnamon Sugar Blend

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Ingredients:

  • 1 cup (7 oz, 196 gr) granulated sugar
  • 1/4 cup - 1/3 cup (1 oz-1.3 oz; 27 gr-36 gr) ground cinnamon (depending on preference of cinnamon strength)

Directions:

  1. Mix the cinnamon sugar together with a fork or whisk.
  2. Store the mixture in an airtight container at room temperature.
This amount of cinnamon sugar is enough for one standard batch of cinnamon rolls (a batch that makes about 12 cinnamon rolls). 
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2 comments on “Cinnamon Sugar Ratios for Baking”

  1. I had never put that much thought into the ratios but this is so helpful!

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