Great Back To School Ideas From Mrs. Butterworth’s® Syrup – One of America’s Most Beloved Spokespersons
MOUNTAIN LAKES, NJ (September, 2010) – Nothing gets a young mind ready for school like a delicious breakfast. This year, get your child prepared and alert in the morning with some great back-to-school recipes from Mrs. Butterworth’s- the thick, rich and buttery syrup that has been brightening-up breakfast tables for generations.
Mrs. Butterworth’s has always enjoyed making kids smile and has been working overtime to make sure her loving fans get some new, exciting ways to enjoy the morning.
Whether it’s a breakfast pleasure or an afternoon snack, these recipes created by celebrity chef Kevin Roberts will make your mouth water. Kevin, also known as the “The Food Dude,” is author of Munchies and Kissing in the Kitchen, media personality, executive chef and owner of three successful restaurants, and host of new TLC’s BBQ Pitmasters.
So just when you think “breakfast got boring,” try these fun and fresh ideas that might just become your favorite before school dish!
HAWAIIAN FRENCH TOAST
- 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.
BAKED GRAPEFRUIT WITH CINAMMON AND SYRUP
- 1 large Grapefruit, halved
- 1 teaspoon, Mrs. Butterworth’s Original Syrup
- 1/2 teaspoon Cinnamon
1: Preheat toaster oven to 400 degrees.
2: Cut grapefruit in half.
3: spread syrup over top of grapefruit.
4: Spread the cinnamon on each half.
5: Bake for 20 minutes or until roasted and soft, let cool, and cut into quarters.
BAKED SWEET POTATO FRIES
- 1 teaspoon, Cinnamon
- 1 tablespoon, Mrs. Butterworth’s Original Syrup
- 1 Sweet Potato, washed and cut lengthwise into fry-like pieces
1. Preheat toaster oven or oven to 400 degrees.
2: In a medium bowl, add cinnamon and syrup. Mix together.
3. Mix in the sweet potato fries and coat.
4. Lay the fries on a baking tray or tin foil. Bake until cooked through.
5. Serve with a side of warm syrup for dipping.
GRANOLA, SYRUP AND MILK
- 2 cups, Granola
- 2 cups, Milk
- 2 teaspoons, Mrs. Butterworth’s Original Syrup
1. In a medium bowl, add granola, milk and top with syrup.
2. Serve before it gets soggy.
About Mrs. Butterworth’s
Mrs. Butterworth’s® distinctive shaped bottle has been making kids smile for over 40 years. Mrs. Butterworth’s syrup can be found in Original flavor, Sugar Free or Lite—all of which deliver that distinct thick, rich and buttery taste. In addition to syrup, Mrs. Butterworth’s also offers Complete Pancake and Waffle Mix, available in Buttermilk and Home-style flavors. For more information about Mrs. Butterworth’s, please visit www.mrsbutterworthsyrup.com .
*Mrs. Butterworth’s has always been synonymous with breakfast, and was recently named one of America’s top five most loved spokes figures, according to a poll of 1,500 people by E-Poll market research which rated based on sincerity, likability and coolness. It’s the brand that your children love.
About Pinnacle Foods Group LLC.
Pinnacle Foods Group LLC. is a leading seller and manufacturer of nationally branded food products. Pinnacle has a strong portfolio of leading brands including Duncan Hines® Baking Mixes and Frozen Brownies, Vlasic® Pickles, Log Cabin® Syrup, Mrs. Butterworth’s® Syrup, Hungry-Man® Meals, Mrs. Paul’s® Seafood, Van de Kamp’s® Seafood, Lender’s® Bagels, Armour® Canned Meats, Swanson® Meals, Aunt Jemima® Frozen Breakfast, Celeste® Pizza, and Open Pit® Barbeque Sauce.
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