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My Holidays Won’t Be The Same Without This Homemade Special Butter
I remember when I was little, my grandmother used to tell me how they made their own butter instead of just getting it from a grocery store, like we do now. I thought it was so fascinating – for a little girl it was such a mind-blowing thing to hear you could make butter yourself! Grandma used to make her homemade butter every now and then, and I always thought it was amazing. I probably could have eaten it with a spoon, if no-one was watching…
All those decades ago my grandparents had a special, handmade tool just to make butter. So I guess it never occurred to me you could make it with one of the most common household items ever; a mason jar!
That’s right, you only need a mason jar for this, so it’s a fun activity to do with your kids, also. This recipe from Erin, over at Making Memories With Your Kids, is for a special cinnamon-sugar butter – and I have to say it’s so delicious, just talking about it makes my mouth water!
Recipe and image courtesy of Making Memories With Your Kids.
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Quick Tip: For plain butter, you can just add some salt (or leave it unsalted).