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Make Breakfast Better with Land O Lakes® Cinnamon Sugar Butter

Autumn is right around the corner and I could not be happier. It is my favorite season. Fall in New England is a marvelous thing. Every Sunday morning last fall my husband and I would pack up the babies early in the morning and drive to Shelburne Farms to buy the first batch of cider donuts. We are looking forward to exploring the orchards here at Cornell this year and are sure our new memories will be as lovely.

Fall also means that I will be spending more time in the kitchen which is why I was psyched to review the new Land O Lakes Cinnamon Sugar Butter. I was hesitant because the product is called a "spread" but after taking a peek at the ingredients I was happy to see that all the ingredients were natural. There are only seven ingredients: cream, sugar, canola oil, water, cinnamon, salt, and citric acid. Perfect.

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I have used it on english muffins, oatmeal, hemp waffles, french toast, bagels, and biscuits. It is delicious and affordable at about $2.49 per container. My husband loves the cinnamon to butter ratio and does not find the spread too sweet. I am a sugarholic and wish the ratio was more skewed to the sugar side but it is delicious nonetheless.

Leave a comment below if you would like a chance to win a 'Make Breakfast Better" prize pack that includes a non-stick waffle skillet, flexible spatula, stainless-steel spreaders and more. Giveaway ends at 11:59 est on August 26th.

Also be sure to check out the Land O Lakes Test Kitchen blog for unique and creative recipe ideas. I didn't know it existed and am going to try the cinnamon glazed carrots on my guinea pig Pweezy : )

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*I was given Land O Lakes Cinnamon Sugar Spread to review however the opinions expressed above were not influenced by the delicious spread or anyone else. They are my own and honest.*

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