This Whipped Cranberry Honey Butter is sweet, tart, fruity and simple to make. It’s perfect on toast, raisin bread, scones, dinner rolls, bagels and so much more!
A month ago I shared my Whipped Pumpkin Spice Honey Butter recipe. That butter was so incredibly amazing that I just had to try it in different flavours! I have many different whipped butter flavour ideas running through my head, but since it’s the holidays, I decided to go with cranberry!
This butter is so fruity and delicious. The tart cranberries paired with the sweet honey is absolutely incredible. And the hint of orange flavour from the orange juice and zest in the cranberry sauce makes this butter even more mouth watering.
To start, I made a small batch of cranberry sauce. You can use store bought cranberry sauce, but I prefer to use homemade because it tastes better in my opinion.
After making the cranberry sauce, I let it chill in the refrigerator so it wouldn’t melt the butter when added. It might’ve not, but I didn’t want to take any chances.
Once the cranberry sauce was chilled, I whipped the butter with an electric mixer, then added about 7 tablespoons of the sauce 1 tablespoon at a time. I did the same with my whipped pumpkin butter, and this is just to make sure I don’t add too much to where the butter becomes too thin and runny. Addd some honey for added sweetness, then whip, whip, whip to your hearts content! That’s all!
This Whipped Cranberry Honey Butter will add a great flavour to your toast, dinner rolls, pancakes, waffles, bagels and more. I think it tastes amazing on raisin bread and french toast!
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