Mrs. Butterworth’s Holiday Bottles

Mrs. Butterworth’s Holiday Bottles were available for a short time in 2010, but will be available again in 2011 during the holiday season. I know it’s a bit early (or late) to review them now, but why not share the news of the goodness of Mrs. Butterworth with my readers?

Mrs. Butterworth Syrup Holiday Edition

My family loves Mrs. Butterworth’s syrup with pancakes, waffles and bacon and eggs. We like to pour some in a microwave safe small bottle and pour it on heated. It tastes so much better than cold! It has a rich, sweet flavor that is nice and thick. Waiting for it to pour makes it taste even better!  We’ll make use of this bottle for our breakfasts and our breakfast for dinner meals. Then clean out the bottle and save it for the holidays in 2011.

Deck the halls with Mrs. Butterworth’s syrup! Just in time for the holiday season Mrs. Butterworth is getting dressed up for the festivities.  There are three LIMTED holiday bottles that are a part of the 2010 decorative series.  Whether you like to sing carols all season long, act as Santa’s little helper or be the joyful gift giver, there is a Mrs. Butterworth’s bottle- perfect for everyone!

Whether dressed up in her holiday finest, or not, Mrs. Butterworth’s is one of our favorite syrups.

This post was written for Family Review Network & Pinnacle Food Groups who provided the complimentary product for review.  No other compensation has been received. All opinions are my own.

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  1. I LOVE Mrs. Butterworth syrup too! I don’t think I seen those holiday bottles though this past holiday.


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