Kerrygold Fruit Butter

Today marks my last Kerrygold Premium Spreadable Butter tip for the contest.  And it picks up with the spiced butter that I used in the Kerrygold Cardamom Toast.  I had a bit of it leftover, despite several spoonfuls that went into my mouth for “quality control purposes”.  I also had waffles on the menu and saw an opportunity to take that spiced butter to the next level by simply adding one thing…jam.

This particular batch of raspberry jam didn’t fully set so it was a cross between syrup and jam.  So if you happen to have either jam or maybe some syrup hiding out in your pantry, stir a teaspoon or two into that spiced butter.  Without breaking a sweat, you’ve made a fancy compound butter that will melt into the recesses of your waffle.  It is also an equal opportunity topping for other breakfast foods such as pancakes, scones, crumpets, and toast.

Official Disclosure: Kerrygold provided me with their Premium Spreadable Butter and Premium Spreadable Reduced Fat Butter to use in developing these tips as part of a contest.  The opinions, and #butterlove, expressed here are my own.

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4 Responses to Kerrygold Fruit Butter

  1. Tracy says:

    You’ve been busy on a Kerrygold quest. Ah, the burden of quality control. Good job, Wendi!

  2. I’m with you Wendi…the testing was arduous but oh so good! Pretty too!

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