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Land O Lakes Cinnamon Butter Spread

I didn't know about this product until Pssst... sent me an email asking me to try it.  But I am so glad that they did!

This is what Land O Lakes has to say about it on their website



Land O’Lakes is expanding its line of popular spreadable butter products with new LAND O LAKES® Cinnamon Sugar Butter Spread. Cinnamon and sugar are blended into an all-natural butter for a delightfully sweet taste that you’ll love. The new Cinnamon Sugar Butter Spread is all-natural with no artificial ingredients, so moms can feel good about serving it to their families. Convenient and versatile, it can be used for spreading on your favorite breads and pastries or as an ingredient in cooking or baking.




Here's what I have to say..."YUM!!"  I had my suspicions that this product would be butter with very little cinnamon or sugar, but I was wrong.  There is so much cinnamon in this product that I wonder how they did it!  It's so tasty and easy to use.  
I was making cinnamon toast for Hannah every morning and would cut off bits of butter and sprinkle it with sugar and cinnamon.  It was not a very consistent product.  But with this, not only is it so much easier, every bite is super tasty!  


I'm excited to try some of the recipes that they have on their website, including Moroccan Chicken and Snickerdoodle Sandwich cookies!


Land O Lakes just proves with this product, that not only are they great at making butter, they are great at making cinnamon sugar butter, too!

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