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Salted Maple Whipped Butter

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Salted Maple Whipped Butter, whipped to light and fluffy and sweetened with your favourite maple syrup and sea salt, this versatile butter has many different uses. For example you can use it with:

Maple Syrup or Honey?

If you prefer, you could replace the maple syrup with honey or agave syrup to sweeten the butter. I use all three sweeteners depending on what I fancy, what’s available and what I am serving it with. They are pretty much interchangeable.

Spices

Equally you can add spices to the butter. Try adding any of the following spices, to taste –

  • Cinnamon
  • Pumpkin/Autumn spice
  • Chai spice
  • Christmas spice
  • Cardamom
  • Ginger
  • Nutmeg
  • Mixed Spice
  • Cocoa
  • Coffee Powder

See here for my Salted and Cinnamon and Honey Butter recipe.

Cinnamon, Apple and Almond Cupcake with Salted and Cinnamon and Honey Butter recipe.

How to make Salted Maple Whipped Butter

Collect all your ingredients together:

  • unsalted butter, at room temperature
  • maple syrup
  • sea salt

How to make this delicious condiment:

  1. It is important to make sure the butter is at room temperature and soft enough to beat easily. See here for information on softening butter. Whip the butter until it is paler and light and fluffy – this may take a few minutes.
  2. Add the maple syrup and salt and beat again to mix thoroughly.

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Salted Maple Whipped Butter

Salted Maple Whipped Butter, whipped to light and fluffy and sweetened with your favourite maple syrup and sea salt, this versatile butter has many different uses.

Course Any
Keyword maple syrup, sea salt, whipped butter
Prep Time 5 minutes
Servings 4
Author Susan

Ingredients

  • 100g unsalted butter, at room temperature
  • 40g/2 tablespoons maple syrup
  • ⅛ teaspoon fine salt, ideally sea salt (See Recipe Notes)

Instructions

  1. Collect together your equipment (see Recipe Notes below) and ingredients.

  2. It is important to make sure the butter is at room temperature and soft enough to beat easily. See here for information on softening butter.

  3. Whip the butter until it is paler and light and fluffy – this may take a few minutes.

  4. Add the maple syrup and salt and beat again to mix thoroughly.

Recipe Notes

Equipment:

  • Kitchen scales and measuring spoons
  • Electric (or  balloon) whisk and mixing bowl

Salt

Ideally use sea salt. If your sea salt is in large grains you may need to add more than ⅛ teaspoon. Add extra according to your taste.

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