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How To Make Honey Butter- Follow This Easy Recipe

Ever been enjoying a hot, freshly baked roll at home and wondered about how to make honey butter to go with it from scratch? Do you want to be able to make your own restaurant-quality honey butter at home? Luckily, making your honey butter is easier than you may think.
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: How To Make Honey Butter- Follow This Easy Recipe
Author: cakedecorist.com

Equipment

Ingredients
  

Instructions

  • Cut the butter into small chunks using a dough scraper or knife.
  • Using a whisk attachment on your electric mixer, mix the butter on low speed to loosen it.
  • Increase the speed to medium and add the honey, cinnamon, and vanilla. Beat until well combined, about 5-7 minutes. Add a pinch of salt for taste if desired.
  • You can also make your honey butter whipped if you want it light and fluffy. Once all of the ingredients are combined, mix it on high until it reaches a light, fluffy texture. It will likely take a couple of minutes to reach the right consistency.
  • Remove the butter from the bowl using a spoon and place it on plastic wrap or parchment paper. Roll the butter into a log and refrigerate for two hours before enjoying it. Spread onto your favorite bread and sides.

Notes

  • Though it is recommended to use unsalted butter, you can also use salted butter for making honey butter. Using unsalted butter allows you to get just the right amount of salt you desire. However, if you do use salted butter there is no need to add additional salt unless you want more flavor.
  • Before making honey butter, it is a good idea to allow your butter to sit at room temperature for 10-15 minutes before making the recipe. This will make the butter easier to work with.
  • When not serving honey butter, it should be kept in the refrigerator. It is best to let it reach room temperature before spreading on your favorite foods. It can be stored in the refrigerator in an airtight container as long as the butter expiration date, which is normally 4-6 months.
  • Unsalted butter typically will not last as long as salted butter. The salt acts as a preservative, so it allows the butter to last longer. Honey butter can also be frozen for up to nine months.
  • If you freeze honey butter, let it thaw overnight in the refrigerator. Then allow it to reach room temperature before serving. You will likely have to whip the butter again after storing it in the refrigerator or freezer to allow it to reach its proper texture again.
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