Fresh Strawberry Butter

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With only 4 ingredients, this creamy, fluffy, flavorful Fresh Strawberry Butter is super simple to make and so delicious that your toast will never be the same again!

fresh strawberry butter in a glass container with a butter knife and strawberry in front of it

Easy Recipe to Use Up Your Strawberries

My kids love strawberries.  So much that even though they aren’t in season at all right now, my mom has been really nice and has been buying them at Costco for my girls as a treat.  We have been growing strawberries in my garden for the last 3 years.  And since I have rearranged my garden 3 times, my strawberry plants have been transplanted 3 times.  I wasn’t sure how they would do this year after the third transplant, but they actually did better than ever!  My girls (and the neighborhood kids) were picking strawberries well into October.  

When you have oodles of strawberries, you start thinking about delicious recipes to use them in. Making a strawberry puree is a great way to use strawberries that might be getting a little old. This is where this Strawberry Butter recipe was born. It is sweet, fluffy and perfectly refreshing with the tart flavor of fresh strawberries. Take your toast to the next level with this amazing strawberry butter!

How to Make Strawberry Butter

This only has 4 ingredients!  It is super simple to make.  First, rinse and hull your strawberries and place in a food processor.  Blend until you have a smooth puree. The smell of strawberry puree is like heaven.  Seriously, I could just eat this by the spoonful.

If you don’t like seeds, then you can take your puree and push it through a fine mesh sieve.  This step does take some time – it probably took me 10 minutes.  You can definitely skip this step if the seeds don’t bother you!

You will want your butter to be at room temperature when you whip it with the strawberry puree.  I used my kitchen-aid and whipped the daylight out of them.  And voila – you will have a creamy, fluffy, flavorful strawberry honey butter.  Put it in a cute jar to give away!

fresh strawberry butter in a glass jar with a blue and white striped ribbon

This strawberry butter will last 2-3 weeks in your fridge. Make sure you put it in an airtight container to keep it fresh longer. Enjoy!

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Fresh Strawberry Butter

With only 4 ingredients, this creamy, fluffy, flavorful Fresh Strawberry Butter is super simple to make and so delicious that your toast will never be the same again!
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Course: Side Dish
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Fresh Strawberry Honey Butter
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 10 tablespoons
Calories: 151kcal
Author: Natalie Monson

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup strawberry puree 10-12 medium strawberries
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • 1 tsp fresh lemon juice
  • 1/2 cup butter 1 stick

Instructions

  • Puree strawberries in a food processor or blender. Mix in honey and lemon juice.
  • Whip strawberry mixture with room temperature butter.
  • Enjoy on toast, bagels, sliced bread, or English muffins!
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Nutrition

Calories: 151kcal | Carbohydrates: 8g | Fat: 14g | Sodium: 2mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 7g

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Gorgeous pictures! Your tips to reheat after straining and to use the Kitchenaid to really whip the butter are so helpful. I found lots of recipes, but your is the most descriptive. Thanks for posting!!

Thank you for sharing this recipe Natalie! It looks wonderful. Can I use coconut butter or some other kind of nut butter in place of dairy butter? Thanks!

Looks delicious! I was thinking of making these for teachers Valentine gifts! Could I use frozen strawberries, thawed?

Would this recipe work with other berries in place of strawberries(such as raspberry, blueberries, blackberries, or a mixture of berries) ? Does it matter what kind of butter you use, whipped butter or regular stick butter?