Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Creamy Honey Butter


Every year I make a homemade treat to give to friends and neighbors. This year I am giving this Creamy Honey Butter and a loaf of homemade bread. I found this recipe on Pinterest. It didn't have a link to a website. It was just a photo of a jar of this golden butter and the recipe. I gave it a try and it was great! I could seriously drink this stuff with a straw!

The bread pan is from Williams-Sonoma. I got it last year. I love it! I used my Potato Sourdough Starter for the bread. I've had it for probably 15 years. It makes the best bread ever! If you are in Birmingham, let me know if you want some starter. I will be happy to meet you.

The jars are from World Market. I used the Kerr Half Pint Wide Mouth jars.

The labels are from WordLabel. You can find them here.

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Creamy Honey Butter
approx 6 cups
(Printable Recipe)


1 cup honey
1 cup heavy cream
1 cup sugar
1 1/2 cups (3 sticks) butter

In a medium pan, combine honey, cream and sugar. Bring to a boil; continue to boil for 1 minute.

Place butter in blender. Pour honey mixture over butter. Pulse until thoroughly blended.

Pour into jars and refrigerate.


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23 comments:

  1. I'm so lucky I was a recipient of this...HEAVENLY!

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  3. I've been making a recipe similar to this for years. The only difference: an extra stick of butter. We like a little more butter flavor, but I agree with you - this stuff is divine!!!

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    1. I will try it with an extra stick of butter next time - thanks!

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  4. I was one of the fortunate recipients of this gift. People, make this honey butter IMMEDIATELY. It's my new crack. ;)

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  5. I love this idea! I pinned and definitely want to make some!!

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  6. This may be a dumb question but...unsalted butter or salted butter?

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  7. My 15 yr. old tried it on biscuits!! This was a fabulous Gift!!!

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  8. Awesomeness! How did you make the bread in the shape of a gingerbread man? Thanks and I enjoy your blog.
    Lori

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    1. I have a gingerbread man pan that I baked the bread in. It was made by NordicWare.

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  9. Hi, Stephanie, I would love some starter when you have some. I can meet you anytime!!! Girl, your blog is my fave!! Also, love that you are a fellow Auburn grad!!! WAR EAGLE ;)

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  10. This would make some people very happy when receiving it as a gift!

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  11. Your bread recipe is the same one I use. I usually make three loaves of bread (8-in pans) from one recipe. Does this cute pan equal one 8-inch pan? That's the cutest thing I've ever seen. I'm ready to order the pan for next year!

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  12. This sounds amazing! I'm making it right now. When you say makes "approx 6 cups", do you mean the recipe makes 6 half pint jars?

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    1. Answered my own question. This recipe made 5 cups for me which equaled 10 half pint jars. Thanks so much for the recipe! I can't wait to try it when it cools! Your blog is ah-ma-zing and I've pinned several recipes and actually made a few! :)

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    2. Thank you for this recipe! Should you let the honey mixture cool down before adding to the butter?

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    3. No - I poured it over the butter hot.

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  13. Um, yeah, this is gone. Mark and the kids put it away last night - I only got one bite. They inhaled it!

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  15. Finally took time today to make this honey butter....it was easy to make and it taste so good....I didn't want to stop! I will diffently make more and share with my family...Thanks for sharing your recipe.. : )

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