Homemade Garlic Herb Butter

A while back, I had picked up a garlic herb butter spread at the store that Kevin just loved.  He put it on all kinds of things, especially paninis.  (If you’re gluten-free too, you know the bread leaves a little something to be desired, most of the time.)  When we ran out, we couldn’t find more, so I made up a simple recipe at home.

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It’s WAY better.

And since we have all these ingredients on-hand most of the time, it’s also a whole lot more cost-effective than buying pre-made.  We’ve started keeping both regular butter and garlic herb butter stocked in the frig now.

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This is a super easy recipe that’s easily adapted, and naturally gluten-free.  Give it a try next time you’re cooking Italian, you will love it!

Homemade Garlic Herb Butter
 
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Ingredients
  • 1 stick butter (4 oz., or ½ cup)
  • 3 cloves garlic (I just press them)
  • 1 tsp. dried oregano
  • ½ tsp. dried rosemary
  • ½ tsp. dried thyme
Instructions
  1. Soften your butter. If you have to microwave it to do this, just do it on 10% power about 15 seconds at a time so that you don’t melt it.
  2. Press (or mince) your garlic. You may want more or less to taste. Pressing it wastes some, so if you are chopping it by hand, try 2 cloves to start.
  3. Add your dried herbs. If you are buying the seasonings specifically for this recipe, you can save money by buying a pre-mixed Italian seasoning blend. Just add 2 tsp. for every stick of butter you’re using!
  4. Stir it up, and re-refrigerate. It will keep for a few weeks.

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