A pat of this butter with colored sprinkles on bread or toast is enough to brighten anyone’s morning. It’s also perfect with pancakes, French toast, waffles, and other sweet-and-savory delights. [Editor’s Note: Be warned, when you spread the honey butter on something warm, the colors from the sprinkles may start to schmear, sorta like a kaleidoscope.] You can mix up your sprinkles butter and refrigerate or freeze it for later.–Jackie Alpers
LC Cloudy With A Chance Of Sprinkles Note
We all know all too well those mornings when you wake up grumpy. Sorta like a black cloud snatched your playful mood and refused to give it back. Yeah, we’ve been there. We consider those kinds of days cloudy with a chance of sprinkles—just perhaps not the sorta sprinkles you’re expecting.
Butter with Colored Sprinkles Recipe
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- Makes 1/2 cup
- 1 stick (4 ounces) salted butter, at room temperature
- 2 tablespoons honey
- 2 tablespoons colored jimmies or other multicolored sprinkles
- 1. Using a stand mixer or handheld electric mixer on low speed or a wooden spoon and your biceps, beat the butter until smooth. Gently fold in the honey and beat until combined. Add the jimmies or sprinkles and mix just until combined. (Be careful not to overbeat after you add the sprinkles or the colors will start to spread into the butter.)
- 2. Scrape the butter mixture into a resealable container, close it tightly, and refrigerate for up to 1 month. Watch for smiles.
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