Saturday, October 12, 2013

Indulge The Spreadables Cinnamon and Brown Sugar Butter With Us

We enjoy warm breakfast over cold ones throughout the year. The first thing we do every morning after a wash is to eat our breakfast. Compared to weekdays, I tend to be regular in making a big breakfast on weekends. We choose to make a variety of porridges, French toast, cinnamon buns, muffins just to name a few. My children sometimes help me prepare the breakfast during the weekends and holidays. 

Since we tasted the new Spreadables Cinnamon & Brown Sugar Butter from Gay Lea, it has been hard for us to keep our hands off of it :) My children have asked me to put this flavourful butter with canola oil on everything instead of plain butter. I too have been choosing to use the Spreadables Cinnamon and Brown Sugar butter over regular butter on our bread, bagel, croissant, muffins and more. We enjoyed spreading it on this Pumpkin muffin we made as well.

Giveaway:
Win 12 free Cinnamon & Brown Sugar Spreadables Butter for a year. This giveaway is open to everyone in Canada (except Quebec) until October 25th. Please leave comments and follow my social media networks through the rafflecopter below to be eligible. 
You can enter similar giveaways on other sites, however you are only eligible to win one. Your prize will arrive in about 4-6 weeks after the closing date.
Update: The winner is Melanie

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73 comments:

  1. Ontario. I think this would be great on toast or english muffins!

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  2. I am in Ontario. Oh my - love this new product. When I was growing up, I loved putting cinnamon and sugar on an english muffin. There had to be enough melted butter on there so the cinnamon-sugar mixture would get a little soggy. Yummy!

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  3. I live in Ontario. I would love to try this butter on banana bread.

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  4. I live in ontario and I want this on my bagel !

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  5. I am in Ontario. I would try this butter on toast!

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  6. I live in Ontario, I would love to try this on toast first :) yummy

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  7. We are in ON and would eat a whole loaf of toasted bread with this!!

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  8. I am from alberta and would try it on toast first!

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  9. I am from alberta and would try it on toast first!

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  10. Live in Ontario and think I'll use it first on my toast...as a little girl my mom used to put cinnamon sugar on my toast as a topping. YUM!

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  11. I am in NL. I'd eat this on my toast in the morning

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  12. This Ontarian will probably just try it on toast; its very new to me so something basic is good.

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  13. I'm from Ontario. Mmmm....some nice fresh baked bread and this spread would be heavenly.
    (Debbie W)

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  14. I am from Newfoundland. Oh this sounds yummy,I woudl put it on my toast.,or bagels.:)
    (Karla Sceviour)

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  15. I live in Newfoundland, I would try it on a bagel!
    (Tammy Dalley)

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  16. i am in bc and i would put it on toast

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  17. I live in Ontario and I would try this first on a toasted bagel.

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  18. I am in Newfoundland and I Love this on ancient grain bread toasted.

    Florence C

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  19. I live in manitoba and the first thing I would use it on would be a bagel

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  20. I'm in BC and I would use it on toast.

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  21. Ontario and I'd use it on pancakes (Suzi H on rafflecopter)

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  22. I am in Alberta and my kids would love this on their morning toast, and I bet my 16 year old would like it in a sandwich!

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  23. ontario and on a toasted eggo waffle!

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  24. Ontario and I would love this on English muffins

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  25. Ontario and I would try it on a toasted english muffin.

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  26. Ontario and I would try it on a toasted english muffin.

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  27. From NB. I will spread it on my toasts.

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  28. I'm in BC and would try it on toast first, then maybe something fancier! lol.

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  29. I'm in BC and I would eat these spread on a bagel.

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  30. This sounds great, Would love to enjoy it on a nice piece of warm toast on a cold winter morning

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  31. Ontario, I would have it on toast.

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  32. I am in Ontario. I think I would put it on a toasted English Muffin. (Judy Cowan)

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  33. I'm in BC and definitely would eat on toast!

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  34. I am from New Brunswick, and would try it on a pumpkin spice muffin and toat of course. :0

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  35. Manitoba :),would eat it on toast :)

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  36. We're in Ontario, and it would be delicious on toast!

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  37. beautiful ALBERTA, would go well with homemade bread

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  38. I'm in Ontario, I'd eat this on toasted bagels.

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  39. From Ontario and would love to this this on toasts

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  40. from Manitoba and would try it on a waffle

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  41. From Nova Scotia , I my kids and grandson would probably eat this first on toast ! Ty for the chance ! (:

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  42. Nova Scotia, I would eat it on english muffins

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  43. I'm from Ontario.
    I would eat this butter on muffins.

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  44. I am from Ontario and I would love to try it on some whole wheat muffins!

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  45. I live in Ontario, this would be perfect on everything bagels!

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  46. I'm in BC. I think I would love this just on a plain piece of whole wheat toast.

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  47. I am in SK. This would go great with muffins.

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  48. I am in Ontario. This would go perfect firstly on toast! Love TOAST! Add this sweet butter sensation and YUM!

    SueSueper Sue

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  49. I live in Manitoba and would eat it on toast!

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  50. In Ontario and would have it on toasted raisin bread.

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  51. From Ontario. I'd eat the butter on raisin bread.

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  52. I am in Ontario, and we would probably try this butter on toast

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  53. I live in ON, and I would eat it on French toast.

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  54. I'm in Ontario & I'd enjoy this cinnamon goodness on toast!
    Julie G.

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  55. I live in Ontario and I will eat it with toasted cinnamon raisin bread!

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  56. I live inn NB and this would be great on toast!

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  57. I am from BC. I think this would be great on a raisin bagel or english muffin.
    Thank you!
    Dawn

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  58. Manitoba, and I think my kids will beat me to this! LOL!

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  59. I live in Ontario and the fastest way to whip this up will be on some toast!
    Lori R Jackson is my rafflecopter name

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  60. Manitoba and probably on French Toast

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  61. I'm in Ontario Canada and I would definitely have this on toasted raisin cinnamon bread! You can never have too much cinnamon!

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  62. I live in Ontario and I would eat this first with freshly made home made bread!

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  63. I live in Nova Scotia. I'll try the spread on toast first; then on muffins or pumpkin bread.

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  64. Ontario & i would bake with it. or spread over warm rolls or croissants

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  65. im in Ontario & i would bake with it, & spread over warm rolls or croissants

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  66. I'm in BC and I'd eat it on toast right away!

    thanks

    Rafflecopter Name is Anne Taylor

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  67. I live in ON and will put in on bagels!

    Tom Ds on rafflecopter

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  68. I am from Winnipeg Manitoba and I would spread on toasted English muffins and Bagels!

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  69. I live in Ontario. Can't wait to try this on Bagels, yummy

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  70. I am from Ontario. I would probably use it on bagels or just whole wheat toast.

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  71. I live in Ontario, I would try this on a bagel!

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