This post is sponsored by Aunt Sue's. All thoughts are my own.
When I think about holiday gatherings and family traditions, I think of honey butter. It might seem strange to some, but when my husband's family gathers for a meal, there are always fresh biscuits and honey butter at the ready. My mother-in-law loves to bake baking powder biscuits for our family. She knows the recipe like the back of her hand and can whip up a batch in mere minutes. The icing on the flaky, yet fluffy and warm biscuits? Honey butter, of course- something that I'd never even tried until I became a part of my hubby's family, and I'm not sure how I ever lived without it beforehand.
Whipping up fresh honey butter is so easy, and it makes a delicious addition to your family biscuit recipe!
You will need:
3 Tbsp soft unsalted butter
Make sure the butter is completely soft. Whip the butter with spoon until smooth.
Next, add in Aunt Sue's Honey. Continue to whip the butter to thoroughly combine both ingredients.
Add to warm biscuits and enjoy!
*Honey butter can be stored in the 'fridge. Allow to soften at room temperature before use.
Do not microwave!
Love on a biscuit!
There's just nothing like a delicious, sweet and buttery biscuit. Aunt Sue's Honey makes all the difference in the honey butter. I've been making honey butter for 10 years, and it's the best it's ever tasted, thanks to Aunt Sue's!
Homemade honey butter would make a wonderful holiday gift for family and friends this holiday season! You can make large batches and portion the honey butter out into a variety of glass jars and containers. Just add a festive ribbon, and you have an easy DIY holiday gift! Make the gift even sweeter by adding a jar of Aunt Sue's Honey, so your friends can enjoy delicious honey long after the holidays!
Where to find Aunt Sue's Honey
Head on over to Aunt Sue's Honey to learn more about their hive to home honey products. Purchase Aunt Sue's Honey on their website or on Amazon.
What will you use Aunt Sue's Honey for?
Tell us in the comments!