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Spreadable Butter

Last weekend. while visiting Boy and Mrs. Boy, and of course FB*, the subject of spreadable butter came up while we were devouring our Birthday Cake Pancakes. People of the Internet: If you were on the fence about these pancakes, I’m here to witness that they are worth the effort.

TESTIFY! Regular butter, straight from the fridge is a nightmare on pancakes.  You have to slice each pat ohso thin and then wait for them to start melting before spreading or risk mutilating your food. Butter spreads are fine, if you like that sort of thing, but I just can’t bring myself to use them. Any extra ingredients that may be filler or an additive makes me squinch my nose in disapproval.

Yes, I realize I am spreading it on the ridiculousness that is Birthday Pancakes, but I just want real butter….is that so wrong?! Enter making your very own, inexpensive, spreadable butter. How wonderful it was that I came across this post on the very subject, over at Family Home and Life: HERE

I am planning on making a batch this week and will let you know how it turns out.

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Or, if you hate the idea of added anything to your butter, you can always use a butter crock :

Spreadable Butter[source: Amazon]

Either way: spreadable butter! Have you ever made spreadable butter?  If so, what did you think?

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Tuesday 22nd of January 2013

I eat enough butter that I always have a butter dish out, something you probably cannot do as well in Texas most months.

Mrs. Tucker

Tuesday 22nd of January 2013

There are times I leave out the butter, but generally it's if we have guest and I know it will be consumed in a short period of time. You're right about the Texas summer, which is really y'alls spring-fall!

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