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This raspberry butter could be the perfect topper for your morning toast!

This time of year provides some amazing produce. Bright colors, bursting natural flavors, and pretty much unlimited opportunities to make clean and healthy dishes.

Clean Eating Raspberry Butter

Raspberries are a favorite around here. In fact, it’s pretty tough for me to keep enough of them around to actually cook something with because they get sucked down nearly whole by a small little munchkin man I know of. He loves fresh raspberries and I certainly love that he loves them! What mom doesn’t want her child to eat lots of fresh produce?

But I did finally manage to have a few extra laying around recently, so I got in the kitchen quick before they disappeared. Needless to say, this raspberry butter disappeared almost as fast the fresh berries usually do. But at least I got a couple of licks off the spoon before it was gone.

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Clean Eating Raspberry Butter

Raspberry Butter Recipe

A delicious spread for your morning toast.
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Course: Fruit
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
Servings: 4 servings
Calories: 89kcal
Author: The Gracious Pantry

Ingredients

  • 6 oz. package fresh raspberries
  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 2 cups water
  • 1 tsp. pure vanilla extract

Instructions

  • Combine all ingredients in a medium sauce pan and warm on medium heat until slightly watery. Watch closely so it doesn't burn.
  • Turn off heat and allow to cool for several hours. Transfer to a storage container and put in the fridge over night. It'll be ready for your morning toast.

Notes

Please note that the nutrition data given here is a ballpark figure. Exact data is not possible.

Nutrition

Serving: 0.25the recipe | Calories: 89kcal | Carbohydrates: 23g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 8mg | Potassium: 75mg | Fiber: 3g | Sugar: 19g | Vitamin A: 14IU | Vitamin C: 11mg | Calcium: 14mg | Iron: 1mg

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23 Comments

  1. This looks great! I will be giving it a try a little later in the summer. Too early for raspberries here 🙂 I have a quick question for you. I found a recipe for strawberry rhubarb butter, and it calls for sugar. Can I substitute something for the white sugar without totally messing up the recipe? I think it was basically 2 lbs of strawberries, 2 lbs or rhubarb, and 1-2 cups of sugar. Then you water bath can it….

    Thanks for any help!

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Amy – If you are canning it, you should ask a master canner. I know you have to have a certain balance of sugar or acidity when canning, but I don’t know what that is. If you are making this to keep in the fridge, then you could do 3/4 cups – 1 1/2 cups honey in it’s place. But again, I would not can it after making it with honey unless you talk to a master canner first to be sure it’s safe.

  2. Luv What You Do says:

    oh yum! This looks heavenly! I will have to stock up on berries at the farmer’s market!

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      LWYD – I hope you enjoy it!

  3. Tiffany – Thanks for the feedback, I will do some looking….

  4. Could these jams be made and frozen for winter use?

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Brenda – I haven’t tried it, but I don’t see why not. They should freeze just fine. Enjoy!

  5. mylove for raspberries is crazy! except ive had so many ideas to use raspberry jam/butter but the usual store bought is terrible for you! you are my lifesaver with this recipe 🙂 thanks so much it looks amazing! xx

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Mikala – Hope you enjoy it!

  6. Would it be possible to follow this recipe with Strawberries in place of raspberries?

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Cece – I’m sure it would work just fine! 🙂

  7. Billie Woosley says:

    Could you use frozen berries or other frozen fruit with this? and if so would they need to be unthawed first?

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Billie – Yes, you can, providing there is no added sugar. Some manufacturers will add sugar to their frozen berries. I would thaw them first, yes. There will be a lot of liquid when thawed, so you want to adjust for that by adding less water.

  8. Have this on the stove cooling right now! Does it thicken as it cools? I made a double batch and it’s still VERY watery. Just wondering. It smells delicious though! So excited to put this out with bread for breakfast tomorrow!

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Peggy – If it’s very watery, you haven’t cooked it long enough. You want it to cook down by about half. And yes, it will thicken in the fridge.

  9. 2 questions: 1- do most of the raspberries cook down (mush) and 2- about how long does this process take? I’m almost an hour into letting it cook, at a low boil, so I’m curious how long it’s supposed to take. *smells amazing*

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Chris – Yes, the raspberries cook down. It can take up to 3 hours. But if you want to hurry it up a bit, just turn the heat up ever so slightly. Not enough to bring it to a fully boil, but enough to be more than a strong simmer. Once it’s cooked down more, you can lower the heat again. But if you do this, you have to stir more frequently so it doesn’t burn on the bottom of the pot. It’s sensitive stuff, but it’s yummy.

  10. Is this recipe accurate for “canning”? I would like to be able to make a yummy raspberry butter and boiling water bath it so it will stay good at room temperature for several months. I have about five pounds of raspberries freshly picked this morning and want to make a butter with them.

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Carolyn – I don’t know anything about canning. I’m sorry. You’d have to show the recipe to a master canner to find out.

  11. anna nadeau says:

    on the raspberry butter can I use sucanat instead of honey? anna

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Anna – You could, but the flavor would be pretty different. Sucanat has much more of a “molasses” flavor to it. I’m not sure if those flavors would go together very well.

  12. Mine was still very watery after quite awhile of cooking and cooling. Not exactly sure what went wrong… but I strained it with cheesecloth and used the liquid to flavor plain yogurt. Yum! The strained raspberry butter was also delicious. Thanks for a great recipe!

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Tracy – Ya, it can take a while to cook the water out. But I’m glad it all worked out! 🙂

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