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Honey butter It is the perfect complement to turn your breakfast of pancakes or waffles into a delicious feast worthy of a king. Serve over pancakes or alongside a delicious French Toast Casserole for the perfect brunch! And of course, there are no complete silent puppies without a big smear of honey butter.
This honey butter recipe is a perfect mix to spread on toast, rub with crackers, or apple slices. Pure happiness in a jar!
What is honey butter?
Honey butter is a simple spread that contains, you guessed it, honey and butter! Mixing these two simple ingredients with a hint of vanilla and cinnamon in a spreading consistency is a snap. All you need is an electric mixer and a few minutes!
How to make honey butter
You will be amazed at how easy it is to make honey butter. Here is everything you do:
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- Place the softened butter in a bowl of honey (and vanilla / cinnamon).
- Beat on medium speed with a hand mixer until fluffy.
- Store in glass jars or ceramic pot.
You'll love the versatility of this honey butter recipe. You can vary the ingredients, depending on your taste and the way you are going to use them. I love making vanilla honey and cinnamon butter for use on pancakes, cookies, or wild puppies.
Sweet or salt
Honey is great for sweet dishes, but it's also used in many savory dishes, such as mustard and chicken wings.
Baked chicken with honey butter is a great way to enjoy this butter recipe by creating a delicious gooey frosting (omit cinnamon in the recipe if using it for chicken).
Honey Butter Chicken
- Use a paper towel to dry your skinless breasts or thighs well. (Bone in baked chicken thighs gives wetter meat)
- Spread honey butter on each piece.
- Place them on a baking sheet or a shallow uncovered baking sheet with a layer of oil. (The oil will help prevent the butter from burning.)
- Sprinkle with a generous amount of seasoned salt, herbs, or curry spices, depending on your preference.
- Bake until juices run clear or breasts or thighs register 165 ° F on your meat thermometer.
How long does honey butter last?
Honey butter should be kept for as long as you are used to keeping butter in your home. It will last at room temperature for a few days, depending on the weather or season.
For a longer longevity, a general rule of thumb is to keep it in a refrigerator for about two weeks. Keep in mind that honey butter will harden in the refrigerator just like butter, so it will have to soften for easy spreading.
You can freeze the honey butter to keep it longer.
Here's another plus: Homemade honey butter is a great gift! Put it in packaging jars, wrap some tape or jute around the top of the screw, add a pretty label and you're done! You have an easy, affordable and special gift that anyone would love to receive.
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There is nothing better than honey butter to turn your waffle pancake or breakfast into a super delicious feast for a king.
- 3/4 cup butter
- 1/4 cup of honey
- 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla
- 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon optional
Mix butter with a hand mixer on medium heat until fluffy.
Add honey and vanilla (and cinnamon if used).
Mix until mixed.
Serve on toast, muffins or with silent puppies.
Refrigerate for up to 2 weeks.
Nutritional information is based on 1 tablespoon of honey butter.
Calories: 92, Fat: 8 g, Saturated fat: 5g, Cholesterol: 22 mg, Sodium: 76 mgPotassium: 5 mgCarbohydrates: 4g, Sugar 4g, Vitamin A: 5.3%, Calcium: 0.3%, Iron: 0.1%
(Nutritional information provided is an estimate and will vary based on cooking methods and ingredient brands used.)
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