This is a simple recipe for homemade honey butter does not quite make it into the storage meals category because its a condiment, and fresh butter really isn’t a part of my food storage larder.
However, condiments are important, and your going to need something besides plain beans, rice, and bread if your going to eat from your larder long term.
Remember you don’t want to deal with the stress of changing your diet if you are dealing with the stress of a disaster, so nows the time to store what you eat and eat what you store.
While this is not “food” per se – it does have a good amount of calories, nutrients, and most importantly it tastes great and can make bland foods much more appetizing. This recipe is so easy, and the results so spectacular, that I make homemade honey butter quite regularly, and have been known to adapt other ingredients to the recipe to make berry butters or herbed honey butters.
This recipe is simple, and below:
- Stick butter
- Cinnamon if desired
- Vanilla extract if desired
- Warm butter to room temperature.
- Add honey, the more you add the more liquid and browner your butter will be
- Add cinnamon and a few drops of vanilla if desired. Its not needed, but I like it.
- Blend until combined.
- Eat, preferably on warm homemade bread.