Just a tsp. of sugar….

 

Mary Poppins is one of my all time favorite musicals, for I have such fond memories of it as a child and who can beat Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke!!

This song came to my mind due to a subject that came up with a friend on Facebook the other day. She was talking about making cinnamon toast for her children and how she makes it with white sugar! I was aghast! Who makes cinnamon toast with white sugar I thought??? So I took a highly scientific FB poll, only to be more and more shocked. Apparently I was the odd one! They had never heard of using brown sugar. Comment after comment confirmed that you use white to make yummy cinnamon toast.

There was a lot of laughter and it just showed how sometimes what you think is really common isn’t so very common after all! I learned, but I am still sticking with my brown sugar on the rare occasion that I make a piece for myself anymore. How do you make your cinnamon toast, please share! Or what is something that you do with food that perhaps not many others do? Ketchup on eggs? Peanut butter in tomato soup? Feel free to share below!

 

27 thoughts on “Just a tsp. of sugar….

  1. I have enjoyed eating potato chips (and potato sticks) with applesauce. It tastes almost like apple pie. I get side eyes until the unbeliever takes a try. Then, I see that I have competition for the applesauce that is still available!

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  2. I remember using white sugar and cinnamon when I was a kid. I haven’t made cinnamon toast in many years, but I do eat toast with apple butter, which has cinnamon and sugar, so it’s probably not as much healthier as I’d like to think it is…

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