Butter Treats

It seems like– out of the thin air– Sweet Baby became a Sweet Toddler.

How does this happen?

She moves fast, thinks quickly, and very decisively wants what she wants!

And one of the things she really wants is…  BUTTER!

Butter Treats

So, the apple really doesn’t fall far from the tree, my friends.  I unabashedly LOVE butter, and I’m not surprised in the least bit that Sweet Toddler does too.  To me, butter is a food group; but, it can’t be just any ol’ butter.  (I can taste the difference!)  Grass-fed, (organic) butter is a nutritious superfood around our P Patch, and here we aren’t afraid of saturated fats and actually welcome them.  And we aren’t the only ones to do so.  Grass-fed butter is making a comeback!

Butter-Infographic-cropped At the recommendation of one of my favorite friends, I made some butter treats for Sweet Toddler.  She loved them instantly!  And this wasn’t no halfway-love either, this was a pine-for-you type, I can’t sleep kinda love.  Dear Husband and I joked that Sweet Toddler loves her butter treats like a back-alley hooker loves crack.  She’ll do anything for them!



(If any of you have a toddler with a stuffy/runny nose, you know what I’m talking about.  This was the stuff that revolutions are made of).

Butter Treats

(Fancied-Up Frozen Butter Dollops)

Bonafide Butter Bandit

Bonafide Butter Bandit

In a food processor, combine all ingredients and whip.  It is important to note that the butter is chilled and I used mine straight from the fridge.  Once the ingredients are thoroughly mixed, transfer into a piping bag, (or a plastic bag with the corner cut off), and press out small little dollops of the mixture onto parchment-lined cookie sheets.  Place in the freezer for aproximately 10 minutes or until the mixture has set.  Store your butter treats in a mason jar in the freezer and enjoy them directly from there.  They melt in your mouth!

**For more fun flavors, such as orange, hazelnut, lemon and peppermint, check out these all natural, organic FLAVORING EXTRACTS from Mountain Rose Herbs

Recipe credit:  The Elliot Homestead

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