Cinnamon Honey Butter in the BIKM

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Cinnamon Honey Butter in the BIKM

In my search to find suitable recipes for my gifts in jars theme this Christmas, I came across one for Cinnamon Honey Butter.

It appealed to my sweet tooth, so I thought it would be an easy one to try out and gave it a go.

Turned out well and was as easy as I expected! I used my Bellini Intelli, but you could use any processor or hand mixer too.

Ingredients

  • 1 cup honey
  • 1 cup butter at room temperature
  • 1 cup icing sugar
  • 2 tsp cinnamon powder

Method

  1. Pour all ingredients into Bellini Intelli jug.
  2. Mix for 30 seconds, speed 3 to combine.
  3. Scrape down sides with rubber spatula.
  4. mix for 1 minute, speed 5 till light and fluffy.
  5. Pour into clean jars, top with lids or plastic wrappers.

Spray your cup with cooking spray before adding honey (it will help it pour out easily)

Piping bag from folded, greaseproof paper.
Fold into square and over itself to form a funnel
Snip the end to pipe it in jars.

Stand your piping bag in a glass to fill.
I actually found it easier to get into jars using a butter knife.

Decorate with a fabric square… easy and no sewing required !

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3 responses »

  1. looks great De, will definitely try it, i saw something similar called texas roadhouse butter or something like that and looked delicious but this looks even better cause you can do it in the Bellini/tmx
    Yum, cant wait to try this with some fresh bread mmmmm or warm cake yum yum yum

    • Thanks Cassie 🙂

      We had it on toast for breakfast, was so sweet and tasty but not overly rich.

      Pity my bubba is sick so no baking today, but I reckon it would be delicious on an apple tea cake or something similar

      So easy just mix and store, no cooking required too.

      That texas roadhouse sounds interesting… you’ll have to put it on your blog!

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