Berry Butter

"Delicious raspberry and blackberry flavored butter for use on sweet breads, pancakes, waffles. You can substitute other berries and rather than forming rosettes with a pastry bag, use a butter mold. Extra rosettes or molds can be frozen individually on a cookie sheet, then kept in a covered airtight container in the freezer. Cook time is chill time."
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Ready In:
1 cup berry butter




  • In a food processor, blend all ingredients except butter until berries are pureed; add butter and process until thoroughly mixed with berries.
  • Place berry butter in a pastry bag with a star tip; pipe rosettes onto pan lined with waxed or parchment paper; refrigerate until butter sets; serve on cracked ice.

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  1. Really quite wonderful! This has a beautiful color from the berries and an excellent flavor. I used to eat a similar berry butter butter at a breakfast place in my home town - they also made a blueberry lemon version as well as an orange honey flavor. I have been wanting to duplicate their butter for years and have finally succeeded with this recipe. Thanks!
  2. Mmmmm! So easy, So good. Only one problem, we cant stop eating it! I am getting requests for it from my co-workers for our morning bagels. Thanks!


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