I partnered with Brummel & Brown to share with you my favorite recipe for making crispy caramelized fruit using their new organic buttery yogurt spread. Growing up I remember my mom putting Brummel & Brown buttery spreads on EVERYTHING. I remember those blue containers like it was yesterday. You name it, it was covered in the buttery goodness. So that’s actually when my love affair with this spread began. I love it on toasts, I love it on my veggies, and I even love it in my oatmeal (does that sound weird? Trust me, add a spoonful and wait till you see how creamy your oats become!).

As I started getting older, I started caring more about the ingredients in the foods that I ate. I began reading food labels and looking for quality, organic ingredients.  So when I discovered that Brummel & Brown came out with an ORGANIC version of their famous buttery spread, I was over the moon excited!

So Brummel & Brown is now back in my life in full effect. It’s made with organic yogurt and tastes exactly like the original, with its creamy and soft consistency! One of my favorite ways to use the spread is to sauté fruit. Instead of using regular butter or oil, the Brummel & Brown spread is a nice and better-for-you alternative (find out more about that here!).

Here is my recipe for warm apricots and strawberries using the Brummel & Brown spread. If you make it, be sure to comment below and tell me how you like it. I warn you now, it’s like autumn in a bowl and it’s delicious! :)


serves 2


3 organic apricots

6 organic strawberries

2 tablespoons Brummel & Brown Organic Buttery Yogurt Spread

1 scoop collagen peptides

1 tsp maple syrup

¼ tsp cinnamon

pinch of nutmeg

pinch of sea salt



Wash and dry your apricots and strawberries thoroughly. Cut apricots into quarters and strawberries in half. Set aside. Melt the Brummel & Brown organic buttery yogurt spread in a small skillet over medium heat. Once the pan is coated well, add the apricots and strawberries. Mix the fruit to make sure it is coated well. After about 2 to 3 minutes, add the collagen peptides and the remaining ingredients. Continue stirring. After approximately 2 to 3 minutes, the fruit will begin to caramelize and form a thin, crispy layer. Once caramelized to your liking, remove the pan from the heat. Use the fruit as a toast topping, over a bowl of oatmeal, or straight out of the bowl.



cartelized strawberries and apricots by kalejunkie