Last week, when I shared PAM’s Oat Buttermilk Pancake recipe, did you notice the strawberry butter on top?
After eating it with pancakes, I just had to make a batch of 3-ingredient buttermilk biscuits and try them with the strawberry butter. Yum!
Here’s how to make it. It’s so easy!
Let the butter and strawberries come to room temperature, and then it’s time to whip it all up!
Add a pinch of salt and powdered sugar, too. Blend well, and serve it up.
Cover and refrigerate leftovers for later. You know you’ll want more biscuits or pancakes soon!
There’s a southern sayin’ that’s on my mind as I write this post.
Well, butter my butt and call me a biscuit!
What in tarnation does that mean? Southerners say this when we’re pleasantly surprised by something.
Do you get it? We have lots of sayings like that – things that make no sense to anyone but another southerner.
HH says this one quite often:
That dog’l hunt. (Bet you never saw “dog will” made into a contraction before. Ha!)
That southern sayin’ means “that will do the trick”, that whatever you’re talking about will work. Bet you couldn’t have lived another day without reading that! 🙂
OK, moving on. Here’s your strawberry butter recipe for printing.
- 1 stick butter (1/2 cup)
- ¼ cup powdered (confectioner's) sugar
- ⅛ teaspoon salt
- 6 fresh strawberries with leaf-top removed.
- Let butter and strawberries sit out of the refrigerator until they're room temperature. In small bowl, blend softened butter, sugar, and salt. Add whole, fresh strawberries and blend until most chunks are worked through mixture well.
- Serve immediately with pancakes or biscuits. Refrigerate leftovers for one week. To use refrigerated, microwave for one minute on power level 1. If still firm, microwave 30 seconds on power level 2. Stir and check consistency. If still too chilled and firm, return to microwave for another 30 seconds on power level 2.
- At this point, butter should be softened and not melted. Stir and load onto your pancakes or biscuits. Enjoy! 🙂
Do you have fresh strawberries on hand? Wouldn’t you love to try this on biscuits or pancakes this Saturday or Sunday morning?
I hope your weekend is a great one, starting today, this fabulous Friday!
I’m sharing this recipe at Metamorphosis Monday.