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Whipped Honey Butter

Published on 01/27/2024 by Umamiology
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Whipped Honey Butter is creamy, rich, and infused with the golden sweetness of honey. This deliciously whipped spread adds a touch of indulgence to any meal, whether slathered on warm toast or drizzled over pancakes.

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There’s nothing that can beat the scent of warm honey butter.

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And when it’s made with whipped honey, the taste is even better. In this quick and easy recipe, I’ll teach you how to make the best whipped honey butter – that’ll add that warm touch to any family meal.

What Is Whipped Honey Butter?

This recipe is an adaptation of my classic Whipped Honey recipe.

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Whipped Honey Butter is pure honey that is incorporated with air and combined with melted butter, resulting in a frothy, airy, and spreadable delight. It offers a luxurious, creamier alternative to raw honey.

Key Elements Of This Recipe

  • Whipped Honey: My original smooth & creamy recipe
  • Unsalted Butter: Use creamy butter, if you can find it

The Ingredients for Whipped Honey Butter

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The Equipment Needed

How To Make Whipped Honey Butter

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Start by pouring 1 lbs of Whipped Honey & half a stick of melted butter (4 tablespoons) into a stand mixer bowl.

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Then with the whisk attachment on your mixer, whip on medium speed for about 20 minutes or until the honey reaches a fluffy, whipped consistency. (It took 23 minutes for the honey to reach my preferred level of frothiness.)

Serving Whipped Honey Butter

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Once whipping is done, transfer it into a fancy honey jar, like this Omita Honey Pot with Dipper and serve alongside any dish or food that would benefit from this light and airy spread!

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Whipped Honey Butter

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Whipped Honey Butter is creamy, rich, and infused with the golden sweetness of honey. This deliciously whipped spread adds a touch of indulgence to any meal, whether slathered on warm toast or drizzled over pancakes.
Author: Umamiology
Servings: 8
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
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Ingredients 

Instructions 

How To Make Whipped Honey Butter

  • Start by pouring 1 lbs of Whipped Honey & half a stick of melted butter (4 tablespoons) into a stand mixer bowl.
  • Then with the whisk attachment on your mixer, whip on medium speed for about 20 minutes or until the honey reaches a fluffy, whipped consistency. (It took 23 minutes for the honey to reach my preferred level of frothiness.)

Serving Whipped Honey Butter

  • Once whipping is done, transfer it into a fancy honey jar, like this Omita Honey Pot with Dipper and serve alongside any dish or food that would benefit from this light and airy spread!

Nutrition

Calories: 223kcalCarbohydrates: 47gProtein: 0.2gFat: 6gSaturated Fat: 4gPolyunsaturated Fat: 0.2gMonounsaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0.2gCholesterol: 15mgSodium: 47mgPotassium: 31mgFiber: 0.1gSugar: 47gVitamin A: 175IUVitamin C: 0.3mgCalcium: 5mgIron: 0.2mg

*Nutritional information is just an estimate derived by an online calculation tool.

FAQ

What do you do with whipped honey?

Whipped honey goes well with pancakes, fruit, toast an any other foods that would benefit from a light and sweet addition. Best of all, you can use it to make whipped honey butter!

Do I need to refrigerate honey butter?

If properly stored in an air tight container, it can last on your counter or pantry at room temperature for up to 5 days. If you’d like to make it last longer, place it in the fridge and simply re-whip the honey when you are ready to use. In the fridge, it should last between 3-4 weeks.

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