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Thread: Blackberry Butter
06-27-2018, 12:23 PM #1
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This will also work with any berries you have or like
Makes 1 pound of butter
1 pound salted butter, softened
1/8 cup of honey
1/2 cup blackberries
~ Whip together butter and honey until fluffy.
~ Add in berries and mix in short bursts until desired look is achieved. I did not want mine
to be completely emulsified, so I "broke" up the berries slightly with just a few turns of
the paddle attachment.
~ If storing in jars, scoop into jar and wipe mouth clean. Cap and refrigerate.
~ If storing in logs, place a piece of plastic wrap over a piece of aluminum foil the same size.
~ Scoop out butter along length of wrap/foil, folding wrap over butter and rolling into
consistent-sized cylinder. Roll up foil around log and twist ends. Refrigerate or freeze.
Store in air tight container for up to 3 weeks in the fridge or 4 months in the freezer
several years I ago I saved this recipe from thelazydaisykitchen, I make it every year, it's delicious.Rolling with the Punches, folks, nothing to see here...
06-28-2018, 08:23 PM #2
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Re: Blackberry Butter
Oh My! This sounds fabulous! Blackberries are my favorite berries, but am willing to try other berries based on your suggestion. This is such a great recipe for fresh berries of any sort;-D I kinda wonder if it would work for other fruits like peaches/nectarines/plums and our 'exotic' fruits like guava or pineapple. ...Giggle...I'm willing to experiment, are you? We can compare successes and failures!mos
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