With just three ingredients, these delectable Honey-Cinnamon Oranges are the perfect snack to embrace the transition from summer to fall. It makes good use of one of my all-time favorite snacks, the portable, peelable, palatable clementine. They’re often on sale in big 5-pound bags over the summer, and I can never resist. I prefer my clementines chilled, but this recipe can also be served at room temperature. And yes, it can be made with navel oranges or tangerines instead–just use two small ones or one very big one instead of the three clementines.
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- Sprinkle the oranges with the cinnamon and honey, then serve.