Many of us think that making your own butter is a long, hard process. I’d been putting this off for ages because making something as basic as butter is oddly intimidating. But, it’s actually quite simple. It’ll be even simpler for you after you read about my mistakes and how to avoid them. Really, all you have to do is break out your trusty food processor (or even an old fashioned hand blender or an immersion blender), and let it do a lot of the work for you!
I will share the following in this post:
-The good and the bad. Including my first impressions and any mistakes I made.
-The cost breakdown and cost comparison to purchasing the store-bought version.
-Whether I think it’s worth the time to do this on a regular basis.
I poured 1 pint of heavy cream and salt (to taste. I recommend using a light hand) into the food processor and started it up. I learned the hard way to cover the top of the food processor with a tea towel because the cream went flying everywhere! This is what the consistency looks like at the 3 minute mark.
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