Thursday, September 29, 2011

Tastes Like Fall- Land O' Lakes Cinnamon Sugar Butter Spread and Giveaway (Closed)

I'd love to give you a list of things I've been creating in the kitchen but the list would be embarrassingly short and laughable. My days are all running into each other and I only know what day it is if I happen to leave the house, which is about once a week. I can tell you I make excellent breast milk 8 times daily- Hayden's one happy camper :-) Despite all that, I did manage to bake these awesomely gooey sticky-bun pumpkin muffins today. It took twice as long as usual since I had to stop every five minutes to rock Hayden back to sleep, but they eventually got made.

These beautiful pecans are from my in-laws pecan trees!

My MIL subscribes to Southern Living magazine and when she's done reading it, she gives it to me. Except this week, Mr. H read it first and pointed out this recipe in their "Nuts About Pecans" recipe section. Last month's magazine was all about apples and this one was about pecans- both have me drooling. I chose to make these muffins though because I needed to incorporate a special ingredient into them. Land O' Lakes now makes a Cinnamon Sugar Butter Spread and they sent me a couple coupons to try out their new product. It really is delicious and creamy and loaded with cinnamon. It's a sweet buttery spread but not overly so. I can imagine this spread on toasted bagels, pancakes and even baked sweet potatoes. Since it is so new, I had difficulty finding it at my local grocery stores. I searched 4 different locations before finding it at Wal-Mart.

For this recipe, I used the Land O' Lakes Cinnamon Sugar Butter Spread in place of canola oil. It worked out very well and intensified the cinnamon flavor in the muffins. I halved the recipe, made 12 muffins and had a little leftover batter to make a couple mini loaves. The pumpkin muffins were tender and moist while the nutty topping was sweet and sticky. They're definitely sweeter than the average muffin and would make great individual desserts. Mr. H and I shared one shortly after coming out of the oven and he declared that they tasted like Fall. I would agree and couldn't be happier that Summer is finally over. It was brutally hot these past few months and I gladly welcome cooler weather. I just hope it gets here soon because it's almost October and it was still over 100 degrees today!

Sticky-Bun Pumpkin Muffins adapted from Southern Living- October 2011

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  • 1 cup pecan halves and pieces
  • 1/4 cup butter, melted
  • 1/4 cup firmly packed brown sugar
  • 1 Tbsp. light corn syrup
  • 1 3/4 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 1/4 cups granulated sugar
  • 1 tsp. ground cinnamon
  • 1/4 tsp. ground nutmeg
  • 1/4 tsp. ground all-spice
  • 1/2 tsp. baking soda
  • 1/2 tsp. salt
  • 8 oz. canned pumpkin puree
  • 6.5 oz. Land O' Lakes Cinnamon Sugar Butter, room temp.
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1/3 cup water

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Spray a 12-cup* muffin tin with non stick cooking spray and set aside.

Stir together melted butter, brown sugar and corn syrup. Spoon 1 teaspoonful butter mixture into each muffin cup. Spread 1 Tablespoon of pecans over melted butter.

Stir together flour, sugar, spices, baking soda and salt in a large bowl, and make a well in the center of the mixture.

Whisk together pumpkin, Land O' Lakes Cinnamon Sugar Butter, eggs and water. Add to dry ingredients and stir until just moistened.

Spoon batter into prepared muffin pan, filling 3/4 full.

Bake at 350F for 22-28 minutes or until a wooden toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.

Invert pan immediately to remove muffins, then arrange muffins on a cooling rack. Spoon any remaining toppings in muffin cup over the muffins. Let cool 5 minutes.

*Makes 12-18 muffins

Alternatively, you could omit the sticky buttery nutty topping and just bake the bread with the pecans mixed in or you could place the chopped pecans on top of the batter and top with cinnamon sugar and bake in muffin tins or loaf pans. Bake until the center comes out clean.

Now onto the giveaway part of this post! The folks at Land O' Lakes have graciously sponsored this giveaway. They would like to offer one of you lucky readers the chance to win this "Make Breakfast Better" prize pack including a non-stick waffle skillet, flexible spatula, stainless-steel spreaders and more.

All you have to do is leave a comment on this post telling me how you'd use the Land O' Lakes Cinnamon Sugar Butter Spread. One comment per person please and be sure to leave your contact info or link back to your blog should you be chosen as the winner.

I'll announce the winner early next week. Good luck to you all and thank you Land O' Lakes for the cinnamony goodness and the giveaway offer.

148 comments:

Sara said...

OMG that skillet is amazing! I would so be using the cinn-sugar butter on top of all the mini waffles I would make!! :)

Lori said...

Yay for baking! Put that baby in the Moby and bake with him! You'll be raising a baker for sure.

I would use that tub of yummy goodness for pancackes......if it made it past my mouth first ;)

June Freaking Cleaver said...

What a quick way to make cinnamon toast...or I'd use it with canned biscuits with a little brown sugar and whip up some monkey bread!

Amy said...

I would make pumpkin waffles for dinner and slather that cinnamon butter on 'em. Yum. Not very creative but I know it would be a big hit with the husband and little one.

Congrats on the baby as well. They're small for so short a time... continue to enjoy it! =)

K-Koira said...

I'd probably use the spread along with the apple butter I've been making on toast for breakfast.

And, knowing me, I'd run out of butter, have some of this in the fridge, and use a bit for frying an egg or potatoes in and discover a whole new taste sensation.

Katie said...

Wow they look and sound amazing. That cinnamon butter spread would make it so nice and easy to make the filling. I'd spread it on everything! Love the idea of pumpkin pecan swirls :)
So pleased you and Hayden are doing so well

audrey said...

I would use it to make monkey bread!everything I need in one scoop instead of having to layer everything!? talk about convenience!

Anonymous said...

Just found your blog, and wow, beautiful pictures of all your treats! I would try using the spread in a snickerdoodle recipe I've been holding on to. I have never made them before, but it's next on my baking list! Eco.love@yahoo.com

Mika said...

I think it would be great slathered on a toasted bagel. yummm....

Horse Filled Days said...

That spread looks Amazing! I LOVE cinnamon, and that would be wonderful on pancakes or waffles. What a neat looking waffle pan, my daughter is a waffle freak, so if I won it, I would have part of her Christmas shopping done, LOL! tnmulegal@hotmail.com

From the Kitchen said...

Kudos Land-O'-Lakes for such a smart product. I'd probably just slather it on toast as I love cinnamon toast--on really good bread!

Glad to hear baby Hayden is enjoying his "meals". We've been without a picture for a week or so. Just saying!!

Best,
Bonnie

sparecake said...

That sounds like it would go very nicely on apple bread!

Becca said...

OMG! That is probably the best idea ever, that cinnamon sugar butter. Oh the things I would make with that. Well for one, these sticky-bun muffins. Southern Living has some really nice looking recipes in it. Also I would probably use it in like a cinnamon sugar pound cake type thing, that sounds nice.

Lauren said...

Wow, that butter sounds so good, and I can think of many things I would love to try it on! I think it would be great on pancakes or a bagel!
lmiley@umich.edu

Jeanneod said...

I would make the sticky bun pumpkin bread. Sounds delish!

Heather said...

I would make cinnamon toast, I know it's simple and so easy, but it was the first thing that came to mind. After that I would probably use it in a graham cracker crust for a pie.

Jessica C. said...

Maybe I would spread it on some crescent rolls before I roll them up and cook them! (jessrowell@hotmail.com)

yeahok said...

I'd use it for EVERYTHING! yummm

Abby said...

On top of baked sweet potatoes! Yum.

I will say that I buy Land's olive-oil spread because that's all that's in it, really. I like its teeny-tiny list of ingredients!

Sarah said...

I would use the cinnamon sugar butter on top of pumpkin pancakes. It would be delicious.

Little Ol' Liz said...

I'm thinking there must be a sweet potato waffle recipes somewhre out there? Yessiree, that's what I'd put the Lan O Lakes on ---- first.

KB said...

On my kids toast! They are cinnamon toast fiends and this would be perfect!

We need baby photos. ;)

Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

What a WONDERFUL giveaway and those muffins looks FABULOUS!! I got pecans at farmer's market last weekend and I am thinking I need to make these for this weekend!

I am sure I would find lots of wonderful ways of using this product but my kids would probably slather it all over toast before I could get to use it for anyother purpose :)

Blessings!
Gail

MommaSue said...

I love this spread! It makes a plain old bagel taste so much better in the morning. And if you melt it, it makes a pretty tasty addition as a popcorn topping!

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Susan said...

how yummy! I would use the spread in my homemade graham cracker crust I use for pumpkin pie!

*Susan

Cindy said...

Love this idea, I'd use the butter in this recipe as I'm dying to try it now! or on the waffles I'd make with that little iron. Thanks for this give away.

Anonymous said...

It would take great on pumpkin pancakes...yum! Love your blog.

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Julia said...

These look so delicious! I'd use the butter spread to bake monkey bread muffins!
Julia K TX

Dee W said...

I love that little loaf! I would use this for cinnamon toast, and maybe even substitute it for half the butter in the filling for cinnamon rolls. Think I may run out to grab some just to try that!

Peggy Clyde said...

Man, do those look good. I would probably try some in cinnamon rolls. Thanks for all of your great recipes.

KAH said...

I would use it to make cinnamon french toast or apple cinnamon spice cake! YUM!

~KAH http://cocktailsandfriendship.blogspot.com/

Jenn said...

I would use it on banana bread!

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Pam said...

When I was a kid we would have toast with cinnamon and sugar. How easy would it be to fix with the Land of Lakes cinnamon and sugar. Then again I fixed waffles this moring and I would love to mix it into the batter.

Kelsey said...

I would use it on a pumpkin spice bagel or french toast! Yum!

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cla517 said...

That would be AMAZING on some "fall" flavored pancakes. Apple or Pumpkin. Yum! I'm at cla517@yahoo(dot)com if I win!

Kayla said...

I would use the Land O'Lakes on waffles. It sounds delicious!

Amber said...

These look delicious! I would love to spread it on some homemade bagels or pretzels!

busyrunningmama said...

Love the skillet! Think the spread would be just fabulous on plain old toast or a toasted bagel!! Yummo!!!

Barbara said...

I would use it in baking - but I can't wait to try it on regular old toast!!

Maureen, Milwaukee said...

This butter is great on toast and muffins, but I really like it with peanut butter on bread.

Ani said...

Oh yum! I would use the cinnamon sugar spread on toast in the mornings, reminding me of my childhood. But I should definitely see if I could use it in baking... that looks yummy!

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Heather of Kitchen Concoctions said...

Yum these muffins look absolutely delightful. Totally have me craving fall! I would use this cinnamon butter to make these muffins or maybe a glaze for some homemade donuts or scones.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

I love to hear how baby is affecting your daily life.Isn't it great to have those priceless disruptions? Just cherish every minute,they grow up so fast.

Hennifer said...

I have to say that I really, really hate nuts in things but I'm betting with that spread they would be delicious without the nuts, or maybe with those apples you are talking about.

I was just reading a recipe for pumpkin cornbread yesterday and I'm thinking that spread would be delicious on it.

Thanks for the giveway!

ThatHairJen said...

How about some Sweet Potato waffles slathered with that sweet buttery goodness? My mouth is watering just thinking about it!

Dana Unger said...

They'd be perfect to spread on baked apples, or even to slather on a fresh pumpkin maple muffin!

Laura P said...

I'm thinking it would be good on some homemade dinner rolls (kind of like they serve at Texas Roadhouse). Sounds yummy!

Misc Momma said...

I can think of a million ways I would use this! I love cinnamon & I love butter. I need to find this. But, if I had to pick one way to use it, would simply be on toast.

kelgirl105 at yahoo.com said...

I would pile it on top of a roll right out of the oven! YUM!

rebelmom said...

It sounds wonderful...I think sweet pot would be a good way to go :)

SoccerJo said...

I would probably slather that cinnamon goodness on all of my breakfast foods! Starting with toast... maybe the cinnamon raisin bread I made!

Marina said...

This sounds divine - besides the everyday spreading it on toast, bagels, french toast, etc., I might incorporate this into my pork chop / apple skillet recipe. Love, love, love butter & cinnamon & sugar.

anastassia said...

oooh, those muffins sound amazing. that said i think i would use the spread on the oatmeal bread i just made. yum!

Sunshine said...

Hmpp... Would spread it on home made soft cinnamon bread.yummy

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Heather said...

If it was real butter I'd totally use it on my yeast waffles and then top with our local maple syrup....so yummy! And maybe throw a few stewed apples on top...like your hubby said "Tastes like fall!"

And I second putting the baby in a wrap/carrier and cooking with him. I wouldn't get anything done if I could wear my babies! Love my Moby and my Ergo the most.

Heather

Living the Life and trying to please my family of four said...

Call me boring but I would love it on just some toast in the morning! I am betting my kids would love to dip some apple slices in it!

Rachael Stensrud said...

Looks quite yummy!

Pam said...

I would like to make oven baked cinnamon/sugar toast. My dad's favorite.

lwicks said...

I'd use it to make some yummy cin/sugar toast - mmm

Jenna said...

What a great giveaway! I can think of way too many uses for that spread...mainly for cornbread and hot rolls though! YUM!

Cara @ The Boys Made Me Do It said...

I'm making these muffins this weekend! I'd love to try this butter on english muffins!

Anonymous said...

I would use the spread on the cookies I would make to usher in Fall...I think the waffle maker would be wonderful, I might spread some of the land o lakes spread on them.looks yummy! from mary at momanddad00@clear.net

Kae said...

For starters, I would definately be making those scrumptious looking pumpkin muffins and then maybe some monkey bread. Delish!!
Thanks for the yummy recipes!!

AngelainMN said...

Wow, that looks really good! Very easy for toast!

Memória said...

I would use it on toast or cinnamon rolls. YUM!

Martina's Moments said...

I would use it in making French TOast!
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Puppydogs said...

Oh I think as a topping to French Toast would be yummy!

How about in cinnamon rolls? instead of butter and sugar and cinnamon, just use the buttery spread!

Anonymous said...

My neighbor and good friend is undergoing treatment for breast cancer. I have been cancer free for 15 years and I know how difficult a journey this can be. I am organizing meal delivery to her home, but she loves anything pumpkin and would love these muffins with the cinnamon butter.

Melody said...

Monica,

I am the anonymous comment above. Not sure why my name didn't show up.

jjnhubbs said...

That looks yummy! I think it would be delish on a piece of homemade oatmeal bread!

dymphna said...

id like it on a warm tortilla

COMILLERS said...

On home made apple bread... or pumpkin bread... Or in your recipe for the those yummy looking sticky buns.. YUM!!!

A Feast for the Eyes said...

Well, of course you've lost track of time. I've been thinking of you. OK, I love your giveaway. It's awesome. Who says you have to spread cinnamon butter? Really? Does my tongue count? I was hoping to see a photo of Hayden. Don't hold back! One month old now, eh? Seriously, I love pumpkin. And, oh, I've tasted those very pecans when you brought those gorgeous cookies you baked. Lucky you!

Kathy K said...

Wat couldn't you do with that yummy spread? Sweet potatoes, pumpkin, winter squash, biscuits, etc. Also you could replace the butter in recipes with the cinnamon spread.

Donna Huisinga said...

Pancakes or waffles come to mind right away! That's how I'd use it. Or perhaps french toast. Yum.

Anonymous said...

I would just love to have this. I'd put it on acorn squash, toast, sweet potatoes, dotting my apple pies, spreading it on banana or zuchinni (sp) breads, french toast,hot oatmeal, biscuits, your beautiful pumpkin muffins wowzer...the list is endless..denisecott@yahoo.com

dorotheaspears964 said...

Thanks for a great giveaway - Cinnamon Sugar Butter Spread on a hot biscuit or scone would be heaven!

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Cookies4kids said...

I would use this spread on my breakfast toast. What would be better with my pumkin latte in the mornings.

Stacy said...

First, that skillet is sizzling! Love that thing! As for the Cinnamon Sugar Butter Spread, I would use it on fresh baked scones, sweet potatoes and maybe in the crust of an apple pie. The possibilities are quite endless....Yum!

Jennie35 said...

I would use it to grill a peanut butter sandwich!

Anonymous said...

I can see myself using this in any baking recipe, fried apples, cookies, cakes, pancakes, the uses are endless! There is no comparison to baking with real butter and add a little cinnamon to it and you've got a slice of heaven!!
ldkeller@purdue.edu

Sophie said...

These are so cute. Oh, how I love Texas pecans!

I'll have to get ahold of that butter! Mmm...the possibilities. I say, I would slather it on anything that comes out of the oven or toaster. I've been on a pie kick lately, too, so maybe I'd make some kind of apple pie with this yummy butter in the crust?

Kattie D. said...

I would use that butter on so many things. The first two things that popped to mind were pancakes and cinnamon toast...yum, yum!

Jen said...

I saw the Land O' Lakes Cinnamon Sugar Butter Spread in our local supermarket. I bought it weeks ago since I knew my family would love it. We did but we only have used it on toast. I guess we will be trying other ways to use it.

Vicky said...

I've never heard off cinnamon butter, but I would use it liberally donoughts,pancakes... or waffles if I won.

Muffin said...

I would use it on absolutely everything. Toasted homemade bread, regular store bought bread, bagels, sweet breads, pancakes, waffles (Mickey shaped of course), on pita bread with peanut butter, on a fried pb & banana sandwich, in pie and other baked goods, and I'd probably lick it off my fingers. :)

Anonymous said...

I'd love it on a piece of toast...very simple.

mbc said...

I'm SO ready for fall and this would be fabulous on any fall baking recipes: zucchini bread, pumpkin muffins, banana nut bread, apple anything, the list goes on! Love your Sticky Bun Pumpkin Muffins--I'm ready to try them!

p.s. Keep up the good work! Milk is the most important thing you're cooking up these days anyway!!

Jennifer McGinley said...

I would love to try that on some homemade bread and on the kids waffles.
I love reading your posts. Congratulations on your happy healthy little guy.

Carolyn said...

Oh my goodness! This would be fantastic for our Sunday breakfast. These waffles with the cinnamon sugar spread would be awesome.
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Melissa said...

those look so fantastic! i'd use the cinnamon sugar spread for these sticky-bun pumpkin muffins. they look delicious!

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Racheal Z. said...

On my way to the store to find this! I'll be using it on homemade bread!

Patti said...

I would love the spread on toasted whole wheat bread..yum!

Deborah said...

Oh I know we moms don't get a whole lot of compassion once we get into the day to day routines of early motherhood. If I may say to you what a very good friend said to me while I was still pregnant. Enjoy every moment even the bad ones, most stages last a max of six weeks,and one day you will look back and say oooh remember when he/she was a baby. Sooo go forth and embrace motherhood and remember on the really bad days this to shall pass...no no I mean it!

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Amanda Thompson said...

The first thing I would make with the Cinnamon Sugar Butter is pancakes!!

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Aramelle {One Wheeler's World} said...

Oh, those look so yummy! I must remember to look for that spread. It would be great for baking, but I also think I would love to have it just for some straight-up, "reminds me of my childhood" cinnamon and sugar toast. :)

Jancd said...

This spread will come in handy for so many recipes this fall. I can't wait to find it in my grocery store. Your muffin recipe looks yummy!

Margie Huddleston margie@thehuddlestons.org said...

I have been wanting to get some of this stuff, and I think it would be excellent when making cinnamon rolls.

Call Family said...

That would definitely make my 5 year old happy each morning enjoying cinnamon toast before school-his favorite!!

kimt said...

oh...pancakes...love the sweet potato idea...cinnamon toast...and those muffins look divine!!!

Keeley said...

Mmmm! Sounds good to me! I'd buy that spread.

folksmith said...

OMG,those muffins sounds wonderful. I will have to try and find the cinnamon sugar spread. Can't wait to make them.

Michele Lee said...

That looks like it will make awesome cinnamon toast! I think I could find 100 uses for it! :) I will be looking for it on my next shopping trip!

Tanya said...

oh, that recipe looks amazing :) I'm very new to your blog, but I've already been using your recipes.

I'd make homeade waffles for the first time :) I can just imagine how heavenly that would taste.

Tanya
busy mom to 5 great kids.

tan5kids@hotmail.com

highpitchedbarking said...

I'm currently on a HUGE cinnamon toast kick right now and Land 'O Lakes cinnamon butter would make it absolutely quick, easy, and scrumptious. LOVE the waffle iron!

Anonymous said...

I like others would just have to try this on toast. Sounds wonderful.

tylo@tds.net

chpdlivr said...

Cinn-sugar spread??? OMG!

jpetroroy said...

I'd love this on Raisin toast.

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tracey said...

think i'd try it on french toast...yummy!!

kasey said...

I'm boring - I'd put a ton of it on my waffles!
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Diane said...

Yum! I would use it on warm bread, right out of the oven!

Liane said...

I bought the Land O' Lakes Cinnamon Sugar Butter Spread at BJ's Wholesale !! SOOOOO YUMMY !! I use it on toast, bagels, english muffins....SO GOOD !!!
Question about the recipe...not a fan of Pumpkin...can I use something instead of it??

liane89@usa.net

Kerstin said...

Now those are my kind of muffin - yum! I hadn't heard of this product before, but it sounds so yummy - I would spread it on a cinnamon raisin bagel :)

Vikki said...

My first thought is to use the cinnamon butter to make baked apples. I simply adore them and it's one of foods I look forward to once fall comes. However, if it's not to sweet I'm better it would be fantastic to use in jerk chicken recipes or in a sauce for pork cooked with apples or pears. Ok I have added pumpkin to my grocery list because those muffins look amazing. Thank you so much for sharing.

Krista said...

I would use it on waffles.

Nonna Beach said...

OMGosh, what a sweet giveaway ! Land O'Lakes is my butter of choice for baking and cooking. Your photos are dripping with deliciousness...YUMMY !!!

Nonna Beach said...

Sorry, forgot to add this...I would use this new product on raisin,cinnamon toast and pumpkin pancakes or french toast !

Amy Lee said...

OMG That butter looks divine! My husband and I would use it on French toast. I also thing it would be fabulous on raisin bread. That skillet looks awesome too. My kids would love me to make them some waffles with it :) Thanks for the chance to win!!

meemawfish said...

Well this looks delicios. I think I would try to make it with a peach Cobbler to spice it up.
Thanks and I know your days are filled with love for Hayden.

Meemaw
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cal+claire said...

So I am 15 weeks pregnant (almost 16!) with our first baby and I have to say my sweet tooth has gone crazy! But since I'm trying to stay healthy for our little one, I have been eating cinnamon bagels or putting a sweet spread on something healthy. So, I would use this to make some whole wheat waffles and put this awesome spread on it for a pretty healthy breakfast! Yum!

Also, I have just started a cooking/baking business on the side and I know this could help me as we take off!

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Jessica said...

my hubs and i have been faithfully eating the plain version of this spread to replace margarine with trans fast,but this is so exciting to see the cinnamon sugar spread. In short, we will put it on everything! Toast, muffins, in baking, etc.

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Anonymous said...

Umm.... Yummmm.... I would use it on many things!! Plain toast, muffins, biscuits, scones.... endless possibilities! Jodi cherishedroses@hotmail.com

marie said...

I would use it on pancakes and toast and on hot oatmeal so it would melt over everything. I love cinnamon, sugar and butter!

AngAK said...

I would slather it on hot cornbread.

Kimi said...

I would use it in my famous pumpkin raisin bread.

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sharonjo said...

I have a cinnamon raisin bagel for breakfast almost every morning. This spread would be really delicious on it, I'm sure. Thanks!
sharonjo at gwtc dot net

Jill Silverberg said...

I would use the sugar butter spread on top of the pancakes I will be making for my five other roommates breakfast. All of them are massive foodies and we have all shared our love for making pancakes. This would make their taste buds sing!

rtalberts said...

I'd use it for filling for cinnamon rolls, and in apple muffins!

Maja said...

I'd use it to make kanelbullar - swedish cinnamon buns.
BTW, today (10/4) we are celebrating Kanelbullens dag - national cinnamon bun day!!

Terry said...

Oh My! I would spread this on tortilla's and bake then use to dip in fruit salsa! Yummmm

JuneCleaversCloset said...

It would be tasty on bagels, biscuits and toast around here. My kids would LOVE mini waffles from that waffle skillet!!!

OvenDelights said...

I would love to try this in my cinnamon roll cream cheese frosting! Wishing I had one right now!

Jessie said...

I would make my favorite little man some pancakes and use the spread instead of syrup! :) Gosh I bet he might even like it on some french toast too! 3 year olds aren't very easy to please so I have to keep it simple!

cvdnurse said...

That pan is awesome! I'd use the cinnamon spread on/in pumpkin bread or on french toast. Yum!
susan
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keshakeke said...

Oh what a great giveaway!!!! I would definitely be using this speed in my deep fried apple pies!!! Yummy:-)

Anonymous said...

Great giveaway! I would use this to make this recipe...it looks absolutely delicious!

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amgogo said...

I would love to put this spread on some toast!
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Christina said...

I would use it on bagels and waffles! Great giveaway!

Kori said...

What a neat giveaway. The Land O Lakes spread looks yummy too! I Just found your blog today (via pinterest!) and see some wonderful looking recipes to try. Congrats on the Baby!

Cecily said...

That waffle pan looks awesome. I would slather that butter on top of my toasted homemade bread. Delicious!
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Krystle C. said...

I'd have it on top of waffles, then there would be no need for syrup! Or maybe on some fresh cinnamon raisin bread.

Tara said...

I love all things cinnamon! I love the idea of putting it on a baked sweet potato!

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8383WB said...

I'd put it on toast!--Yum

Kristi Rowley said...

WOW! I just found your blog through pinterest! So many yummy things! I would first try this spread by dipping my finger in it and licking my finger! Then I would probably try some on some toast! Then who knows!

Ada said...

I would use the cinnamon sugar butter in apple pie. Spread a layer on the bottom crust. Yum

Dana Rugg said...

I'd put it on my new favorite pumpkin bagels from Trader Joe's!

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