Product Review: Mrs. Butterworth's Makes Breakfast Fun!

Mrs. Butterworth's
Last week, I reviewed Aunt Jemima Frozen Products. Today, I'm going to review for you the product that goes on these type of frozen products (waffles, pancakes, french toast, etc) and it is Mrs. Butterworth's Syrup (Available in Original, Sugar-Free, & Lite). I don't know anyone that eats waffles or pancakes with just butter. I cannot imagine they are very delicious. I watch my weight and am very health conscience but I wouldn't dare ruin my breakfast! And there is no way kids would eat such a bland and boring breakfast!

Most families are beginning to prepare for Winter. Did I just say that?! Even in Florida, the weather is changing and the season of Fall/Winter is slowly creeping in. Parents, this means it gets harder and harder to wake our little ones from bed. I have a solution and I think you'll enjoy it!

It's called, out with the old (recipes) and in with the new (recipes). Cereal can really become tiresome for most people/children. I too tend to try something different every week because I cannot handle eating the same cereal day after day. Welcome, Mrs. Butterworth's to your table! She has a goal of making breakfast fun for your little ones and helping them stay awake during school.

Mrs. Butterworth's is known for its thick, rich, and buttery syrup. I bet there aren't many households that do not have a bottle of this syrup in their pantry! My family loves it and we don't use any other syrup. Lucky for us (and for you), Mrs. Butterworth's has teamed with chef Kevin Roberts (”The Food Dude”), and they have created an amazing new recipe you need to try on your kids. The image makes it look great but it's even better when you make it yourself!


Mrs. Butterworth's

  • 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.
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FTC Disclaimer: I received coupons for this review from a PR Company working with Mrs. Butterworth's. I was not compensated monetarily for the review. All opinions expressed in the review are my own!

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Natty said...

Mrs. Butterworth's syrup definitely reminds me of when I was a little girl. I always remember having that familiar little lady in our overhead cabinet. I love the taste and still buy their products because you really can't beat the taste. I also get the sugar free kind because I use alot of syrup.. and it tases just like the original!

giveawaydarling said...

I love Mrs. Butterworths!