Creations, Sea Shell Butter Pats

Because it’s summer, and because I love sea shells, and because I had some sea shell candy molds, well, you can guess from here

shell butter

You kinda, sorta, have ta, use your imagination a wee bit…


See the herb butter poured into the cute molds?

herb butter thepaintedapron

I used the Caramelized Onion Herb Butter than we had recently with steak


I stuck it in the microwave to melt and carefully spooned it into the shell shaped molds


Then I stuck them in the freezer for a while to solidify


Use the tip of a small, sharp knife to loosen the butter pats and ease them out

shell butter thepainted 2

Just in case you want to get all fancy schmancy~

sea shell butter pats

which I usually don’t~but sometimes it’s kinda, sorta fun!!

Have fun today!


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7 Responses to “Creations, Sea Shell Butter Pats”
  1. Tammy says:

    This is such a creative and elegant touch!


  2. I like it! I’m all for gettin’ fancy schmancy!!! 🙂


  3. Oh this tropical girl loves these sea shell pats of butter☺


  4. I love butter and I love this idea!


  5. Mary says:

    Jenna~ Fancy shell butter especially with caramelized onion butter is my kind of thing! I need to make some immediately 🙂


  6. a quiet life says:

    i have those same molds, well used for chocolates, but what a great idea for butter for the holidays too. and the flavor sounds devine~


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