As I mentioned a while back, mornings in our house are crazy! Since it’s not often that get excited about making breakfast I love that there are so many quick, easy, yummy ways avaiable to help make my job as CBF (Chief Breakfast Fixer) so much easier. “Mrs. Butterworth’s- the thick, rich and buttery syrup that has been brightening-up breakfast tables for generations. Whether it’s a breakfast pleasure or an afternoon snack, these recipes created by celebrity chef Kevin Roberts will make your mouth water. Kevin, also known as the “The Food Dude,” is author of Munchies and Kissing in the Kitchen, media personality, executive chef and owner of three successful restaurants, and host of new TLC’s BBQ Pitmasters.”
Mrs. Butterworth’s has been a staple on our breakfast table for years, not only is Mrs. Butterworth’s syrup the best tasting, but it stands head and shoulders above its competition for our family…we love it! It also doesn’t hurt that Mrs. Butterworth’s easily recognizable bottle is so appealing (it was recently named one of America’s top five most loved spokes figures, according to a poll of 1,500 people by E-Poll market research). While we prefer our Mrs. Butterworth’s syrup onto of a piping hot stack of pancakes there are a million different ways to enjoy your favorite syrup and I’ve included just a couple of the many for you to check out below.
Hawaiian French Toast
1 tablespoon, Butter
2 EGGS, beaten
1 teaspoon, Cinnamon
4-8, Hawaiian Sweet Rolls, cut in half
1/2 cup, Mrs. Butterworth’s Sugar Free Syrup, warm
1: Heat butter in a large pan over medium-high heat.
2: In a large bowl mix eggs and cinnamon.
3: Dunk rolls into mixture and coat thoroughly.
4: Cook bread until golden brown on both sides about 3-5 minutes each side.
5: Warm your syrup in the microwave and pour over toast.
Baked Sweet Potato Fries
1 teaspoon, Cinnamon
1 tablespoon, Mrs. Butterworth’s Original Syrup
1 Sweet Potato, washed and cut lengthwise into fry-like pieces
1. Preheat toaster oven or oven to 400 degrees.
2: In a medium bowl, add cinnamon and syrup. Mix together.
3. Mix in the sweet potato fries and coat.
4. Lay the fries on a baking tray or tin foil. Bake until cooked through.
5. Serve with a side of warm syrup for dipping.
So if you’re in a crunch for time in the morning and you’re looking for a quick, yummy breakfast check out the endless possibilities created by Mrs. Butterworth’s!
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I have some Mrs. Butterworth’s syrup to giveaway to 2 very lucky MIBR readers! To be entered in this giveaway please tell me what’s your favorite thing to slather Mrs. Butterworth’s syrup on. This is mandatory and must be completed before any extra entries are counted!
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