The 4 Tastiest Butter Recipes in the World
It’s pretty hard to make real butter any better, but seriously, I may never look at butter the same after trying out these flavored butters. Perfect for a holiday treat, to make every day food a little more special, and making your foodie friends cheer. Plus, I get to use my Mason jars, which always makes me happy.
Here are 4 flavored butter recipes that whip up in literally a minute or less. I know, that’s my kind of cooking when I’m busy.
Need a quick and frugal gift or treat? These 4 easy flavored butter recipes whip up in less than a minute. Plus, I get to use a Mason jar. A fun and delicious gift for the foodies in your life.
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Today’s post is by Shaunta and I could tell we were going to be good friends, I mean, how can we not bond over aprons and butter?
Real butter is such a treat, isn’t it? It’s luxurious, without being too expensive. There’s just something about it that makes ordinary food special. (Melissa here: Pass me the buttah!)
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Butter is also super simple to add flavor to and make even more special. Little 4 ounce mason jars *affiliate link full of the flavored butter you used to make a holiday meal for friends or family makes a great gift to send home with your guests.
Really, just about any flavor combination you can come up with can be worked into softened butter. I made Lime Chili Butter, Peach Cinnamon Brown Sugar Butter, and Maple Walnut Butter and they all turned out spectacular. (Melissa-I made the Gingerbread Butter and am in love)
What you’ll need:
A hand mixer or stand mixer
A food processor
Real butter (each recipe is for one stick)4
For the Lime Chili Butter:
For the Peach Cinnamon Brown Sugar Butter:
For the Maple Walnut Butter:
Maple syrup (real is best, but pancake syrup works)
For the Gingerbread Butter:
For any flavored butter you’d like to try, start with room temperature, softened butter.
Whip the butter on with a hand mixer on medium for about two minutes. You want it to be soft and light.
Blend in ingredients on low, or stir them in with a spoon.
You can either pack the butter into a 4 ounce jar or line a square container with wax paper and mold the butter. If you chose to mold the butter, wrap it in clean waxed paper and decorate with paper or a ribbon.
A stick of butter is four ounces, so if you add something more substantial than spices, you’re going to have too much butter for a 4 ounce jar. Darn. You’re going to have to eat the rest yourself!
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