Creamy, Sweet and Decadent Fresh Strawberry Butter. Ripe and rich taste of summertime strawberries. Serve it on bagels, cathead biscuits, and so much more.
This Fresh Strawberry Butter is a sweet staple for summertime breakfast recipes. Serve it on biscuits, bagels, pancakes and toast! You can also literally “whip” this recipe up in a flash.
Why You’ll Love This Fresh Strawberry Butter
It’s Easy to Make
It takes less than 5 minutes to make and only takes three ingredients.
It Keeps in the fridge
You can keep this butter in the fridge for up to a week and a half.
It’s a good way recipe to use up a lot of strawberries
A lot of times here in the South, you buy fresh strawberries by the crate. I feel like sometimes strawberries are fruits you buy, and realize “Oh my gosh, I have too many strawberries!” This recipe is a good way that you can use up a lot of strawberries without them going bad or going to waste.
Ingredients You’ll Need
Big Fresh Strawberries are the key to this recipe. There’s honestly nothing better than a ripe, fresh strawberry.
You’ll want a high-quality unsalted butter for this recipe. It’ll make it taste so much better. Plus, it will whip much better as well.
I used a half of a cup of powdered sugar. I felt like it whipped much smoother than trying this with granulated sugar.
Equipment You’ll Need
There’s more than one way to whip up this strawberry butter. I used my Kitchenaid mixer. However, you can use a hand mixer, food processor or just whatever you have at home.
Step by Step How to Make This Fresh Strawberry Butter
Slice your strawberries into small pieces. With the paddle handle inserted, add your strawberry pieces to your mixer. beat them for several minutes.
Then add in your butter and powdered sugar. Beat until butter is creamy and all is fully mixed together. Enjoy!
Fresh Strawberry Butter
- 3-4 large Fresh Strawberries
- 1 cup Unsalted Butter
- 1/2 cup Powdered Sugar
- Slice your strawberries into small pieces. With the paddle handle inserted, add your strawberry pieces to your mixer. beat them for several minutes.
- Then add in your butter and powdered sugar. Beat until butter is creamy and all is fully mixed together. Enjoy!
- Store in a sealed container in the refrigerator for up to 10 days.
- Serve with toast, pancakes, bagels, biscuits and more.
- Substitute any fruit you would like in place of the strawberries.
Before you go!
Did you try this fresh strawberry butter? If so, what did you think? Please let me know here or in the comments below! I’d love to hear from you!