Maple Sugar Toast with Fruit = Easy Summer Breakfast #CookwithSpreads

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This is a sponsored post about Maple Sugar Toast written by me on behalf of Unilever. Since discovering the different ways you can cook with spreads, I’m finding I’m reaching for this in the fridge when I’m cooking more an more…my kids have even invented their own recipe using a spread! We have a new favorite breakfast around here- it’s quick, it’s easy, and includes 4 simple ingredients.  Maple Sugar Toast and whatever fruit you want on the side!  What you need: bread (toasted), Brummel & Brown Spread, and some Maple Sugar!
maple sugar toast
The best part? The kids can do this all on their own (if they are little, you can toast the bread for them) and it’s no muss no fuss.  Here’s my oldest making some herself!

I haven’t cooked with spreads in a long long time prior to this campaign. Since rediscovering them at Walmart, and knowing they have less saturated fat than butter, I’ve been finding myself looking to see what other varieties we can use in recipes here at home. I’m finding that I do like to saute veggies a lot with a spread, and since the family isn’t complaining, I know they must like it too!
making her own maple sugar toast
I haven’t yet used a spread in my baking so that’s next on my list- I’m thinking when we’re done with this awful heat wave we’re having I may just do some fresh bread with the Brummel & Brown spread. I have a milk loaf I make that calls for melted butter and I’m just going to swap it out for the spread. I think it’ll be delicious and with no cholesterol, healthy for our hearts.
maple toast for breakfast!
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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Unilever.

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  • I love any meal the kids can make themselves (and they love it even more) we are big fans of all things maple in this house (we tap around 10,000 sugar maple trees every spring and this year made about 100 barrels of syrup to sell) I’ll have to pick up some spread and try our toast this way – cutting back on our butter consumption a bit couldn’t hurt!

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  • YUM! This sounds delicious, I can’t wait to try it for their first day of school!

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  • want to try this

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  • want to try this

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  • Yummmmmm! I have a feeling this is going to be a staple in our house soon! Can’t wait to try it out for breakfast tomorrow!

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  • Brummel & Brown is a favorite in our home too!! I love this idea though, I’ll have to try it soon. Thanks!

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  • mmm maple sugar toast sounds amazing!

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  • this looks yummy, I am sure my daughter and my husband would love to make this :)

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  • My kids love cinnamon sugar toast.

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  • My sons love cinnamon sugar toast but I’d never heard of the maple sugar. I’ll have to look for it sometime. Thanks for sharing!

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  • Wow, I kind of forgot about cinnamon toast!!! Brings back some childhood memories. I think I might just have some for breakfast tomorrow.

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  • Yum. I do this with cinnamon sugar once in a while for a treat. I’d like to try Maple Sugar

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  • OMG.. that reminded me of when I was little.. we always got cinnamon bread with butter for school lunches.. that brought back some memories.. thanks for sharing

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  • I so often eat toast for breakfast. But this looks much better than the plain bread and butter toast I usually have!

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  • Oh my goodness, looks heavenly!

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  • Looks so yummy!Enjoy!

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  • Perfect timing. I’m sitting here hungry with no clue what to eat. This sounds good. I’ve never heard of maple sugar. Cinnamon sugar will have to do for now.

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  • You know, I haven’t tried Brummel and Brown in years, although I do something similar with my Country Crock spread.

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  • That sounds really good! I love Brummel & Brown too. I remember that when it first came out, my mom was raving about it and I thought that she was crazy until I tried it. It is sooooo good. I love their original flavor like you used here, but also their flavored ones.

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  • I used to do something similar with toast and haven’t done it in years. You just reminded me so I’m gonna make it again. I have ICBINB and Country Crock in the fridge, so I’ll use those!

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