Cranberry Whipped Butter

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Whipped butters are amazing on biscuits, toast or pancakes. This cranberry whipped butter is a little sweet, tart and a lot of yum.   Am I the only one still recovering from the holidays? I mean really? Have you noticed that we kick off the holiday season with all the fall festivities and the bam it thanksgiving the bam it is christmas then bam it is New years eve the new years day…… and after that it is like we have to quit the holidays cold turkey (forgive the food pun— I’m a food blogger everything is food related in my world). So allow me to reminisce about one of the best things that I put in my mouth. I have been on a whipped butter train for the last week or so. And I realize that this might be my last chance to post another cranberry themed recipe.I don’t even feel bad about it either. My love for fresh cranberries soon has to go dormant for the next 11 months. I think I have made my stance on whipped butter family clear too. I love whipped butter this cranberry whipped butter takes that adoration out of this world.   Whipped butters are amazing on biscuits, toast or pancakes. This cranberry whipped butter is a little sweet, tart and a lot of yum.

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Whipped butters are amazing on biscuits, toast or pancakes. This cranberry whipped butter is a little sweet, tart and a lot of yum. = Whipped butters are amazing on biscuits, toast or pancakes. This cranberry whipped butter is a little sweet, tart and a lot of yum. I made this cranberry whipped butter because on New year day morning. We host a new beginnings breakfast for our family. We usually have pancakes, eggs, turkey bacon, porridge and fritters. I know it sounds amazing because it is. Jamaicans take food and the holidays very seriously. If you can think of a holiday then we usually have a 5 course dinner to go with it. I kid you not. Whipped butters are amazing on biscuits, toast or pancakes. This cranberry whipped butter is a little sweet, tart and a lot of yum. This recipe is a great way to use up the left over cranberry sauce and if you are like me the extra 5 pounds of butter in the fridge. Don’t tell me that’s just me. I mean it don’t tell me if I’m the only one. Whipped butters are amazing on biscuits, toast or pancakes. This cranberry whipped butter is a little sweet, tart and a lot of yum. Try it on either my Grandma’s Buttermilk Biscuits or My husband’s Fool-Proof Biscuit. Confession: I made them both (as if i needed another excuse) to test them out for you guys. Both are winners!!!! And when you add different ingredients it becomes truly something special. Yes, my friends! It is about to go down. This butter is a little sweet, a little tart and a lot of yum. Make it and share it with me on Instagram.

Cranberry Whipped Butter

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup Homemade cranberry sauce see link in blog
  • 1 stick unsalted butter softened to room temperature

Instructions

  • Make cranberry sauce and allow to cool.
  • Using an electric mixer, beat softened butter. Then add the cooled cranberry sauce until combined.
  • Use chilled or at room temperature.

Join the Conversation

  1. Amazing! I LOVE flavored butters, so I’m so happy I found this one. I’ve never done a cranberry butter, so thanks for the recipe!

    1. You are so welcome Sarah. I start making this by the tub full from October to February!

  2. yum this looks so tasty and pretty aswell! Such an easy way to perk up breakfast aswell

  3. 2 ingredients is always a winner for me! I love how bright these pictures are. I can see how whipped and fluffy this delicious spread is! I know what I’m going to make for breakfast now! 😀

    1. 🙂 The color is totally Gorg and it is so easy to make as well. Let me know how you like it. 🙂

  4. Never thought I would be saying this about butter but that is one GORGEOUS bowl of butter! That pink color has stolen my heart…heheh.

    1. I love the color too Abeer. My daughter’s get practically giddy looking at it. Glad you like it 🙂

  5. This sounds delicious! I will have to try it out soon. 🙂 It sounds like it would be a treat for any breakfast or holiday-esque meal. 🙂

    1. Thank you so much Crystal! I’m glad you like it. I want to extend the holidays as long as possible.

  6. This recipe must have been written just for me! A little sweet, a little tart, and full of butter…. hello, what could be better? Saving this right now so I can make it on one of my naughty cheat days in the kitchen!!!

    1. Hahaha! Katie I’m glad we agree!!! Let me know how you like it 🙂

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