The internet is awash with butter slime recipes, but the easiest way to make the stuff is to cut up a few pounds of butter and get a batch made at home.
It’s super easy to make, too, and you don’t need to be a culinary pro to pull it off.
Butter slime is a thick, yellow liquid that can be used to make anything from butter sauce to a marinade.
You can make your own by adding a dash of salt to the butter and blending it with a food processor.
If you want to add a dash more salt, add some brown sugar to the mix and add a couple drops of baking soda.
You’ll also want to adjust the thickness of the slime and add some of your favorite flavorings to make it your own.
The easiest way for butter slime to be made is to use butter that’s already on the counter, or if you’re not very creative, you can simply mix it with butter and water, then add your favorite flavors to it.
To make the most of this recipe, you’ll want to use a food thermometer and a spoon to make sure the butter is just right.
If it isn’t, you’re just making a butter slime mess.
The temperature you set the butter at will affect the texture and flavor of the butter.
You might want to try lowering the temperature to 140 degrees Fahrenheit or so.
Butter will solidify in a few minutes, and the liquid will become a soft and milky consistency.
When the butter has cooled enough that you can pour the butter into a container, you should be able to scrape off the excess.
The slime is also great for making your own butter sauce, as it’s a good source of fat for the sauce.
Here’s how to make butter slime from butter.
Start by cutting up a small chunk of butter.
Place it in a food mill and grind it to a paste.
If using a food machine, measure out a few tablespoons of butter to a cup of water and set it aside.
Add the salt, brown sugar, baking soda, and salt to a saucepan.
Bring the mixture to a boil, then lower the heat to medium-low and let it simmer for about 20 minutes.
Remove from the heat, and let the mixture cool completely.
Pour the mixture into a large bowl and set aside.
Add your favorite butter flavorings (like your favorite dark chocolate, coconut, or agave) and mix until thoroughly combined.
If your butter is still a bit soft when you scrape it out, you need to add some liquid.
Add some water and stir it into the mixture.
Once the mixture is cool enough to handle, it’s ready to use.
To serve, spread a layer of butter on a serving plate and top with a layer or two of butter slimes. Enjoy!