Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Land o lakes cinnamon sugar butter giveaway

Guess what??  I am doing my first giveaway!!

So a while back I signed up at my blog spark to do surveys and giveaways.  I couple of weeks ago they sent me the opportunity to do a giveaway.  I have to say this was so much fun!
First of all, the product I was sent was Land o Lakes cinnamon sugar butter.  This stuff is so tasty!  If you like cinnamon toast, you'll love this.  Basically they took the toppings of cinnamon toast and mixed them up in one easy to use spread with all natural ingredients.  My husband says I'm addicted to it.
This prize pack also included all of this stuff.
The little waffle iron makes waffles, but like pancakes - I tried the recipe on the back for super simple buttermilk waffle pancakes.  They were pretty good.  The red spatula worked perfectly to flip the waffles. (As a tip if you are the winner, do NOT overfill the squares.  Leave space in between the waffles.  It isn't too bad to turn them one at a time, but trying to turn 4 at a time was a chore.  The waffles turn out pretty cute because the squares are so tiny.  (Oh, and the waffles were good with cinnamon sugar butter.)

I have a very similar heart shape cookie cutter that I used last week to make English muffins.  I'm actually glad to have a second because everyone (at least the kids) wanted the heart shaped English muffin the other day. Yum!

Back to the butter, We've had this entirely on bread products.  (fresh bread from the oven, toast the next day, waffles, and crescents - I wish I had a picture of the crescent rolls, but that was totally spur of the moment snacking.  We opened them up, spread the cinnamon butter on them and rolled them back together.  Think of an easy cinnamon roll.  YUM!)

The package suggests some other uses -try it on hot cereal, baked apples, vegetables and more.

To enter the giveaway, leave me a comment telling me how you would use the cinnamon butter and/or another flavor of butter you'd like to see.  You have until Friday night (7/29) to enter.  Winner will be chosen by random.org and posted on Saturday morning.

For an additional entry, post about this giveaway on your blog or facebook and leave a comment letting me know that you did.

Good luck.

Now I'm off to find the waffle recipe that came on the little waffle iron.  (Yes, I've lost it already - surely it was thrown in the trash.  I hope Norpro posted it online.  It was so simple.  Should have blogged it.  :)

Disclaimer:  Although I was provided with the same prize pack I am giving away, the opinions expressed in this post are entirely my own.


  1. Um...I LOVE cinnamon and sugar on my french toast! Cinnamon roll french toast from Ruby's is my favorite & I bet I could replicate that pretty easily with this!

  2. When I made cinnamon rolls I normaly use cinnamon and sugar with butter on the inside but with this I can just spread. One step and I'm done yee-haw!!

  3. Does just eating it out of the carton with a spoon count? LOL. Because I will, I'll do it!

    Okay, or to sound normal I could incorporate it into a really yummy gingerbread waffle recipe we love.

  4. I think the butter would be great on sweet potatoes.

    hewella1 at gmail dot com

  5. oooh, sweet potatoes, I hadn't thought of that, but that would be delicious. I think we would use it mostly on toast, but pancakes or waffles would be great too:)

  6. We would probably use it most on homemade rolls or pancakes. Oh, warm flour tortillas would be awesome too.

  7. I would even love it on plain toast...yum!
    ykatrina at hotmail dot com

  8. I would love to use it on biscuits! YUM!!

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  10. I would use it on just plan old bread, I know I'm old fashion.

  11. I would use it on baked cinnamon toast. It's so crispy and tasty that I think having this would make it even easier to prepare!

    crystalkirk at hotmail.com

  12. I like Marissa's idea of putting it on homemade rolls. Yum!

  13. I'd love to use this on a sweet potato!

    jbh813 at gmail dot com



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