Raspberry Butter


If I am ever in the area of Logan, Utah I absolutely have to eat at Maddox Restaurant in Brigham City. They have some good down home cookin’. Being the bread lover that I am, I absolutely love their rolls. So if anyone out there has I similar recipe, I’d love to have it. I have looked and tried, but can’t find anything close to their roll recipe. Now one of the other delicious things that they serve with their rolls is raspberry butter. I have made my own version of it and it’s so simple. It’s a nice addition to any roll or scone. You could use seeded jam. The seedless is what makes it like the butter at Maddox and it looks prettier too.


Raspberry Butter

1/2 cup butter, softened

1/4 cup seedless raspberry jam

Whip butter with a mixer until light and fluffy. Then mix in the jam.

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7 comments on “Raspberry Butter

  • I had the yummy rolls with raspberry butter. When I asked for the recipe. They told me the same as you have listed BUT added honey to the mix!

  • I LOVED this. I think I am the only one in my family who did though. I ate it with rolls and then on scones. I especially liked it on the scones.

  • Oh me oh my that looks yummy! I just found your site; these recipes are great. I started my own recipe site a few months ago but haven’t taken the time to post much to it since I spend lot of time with my “regular” blog ~ anyway thanks for the great ideas!

  • I am a Maddox junkie! Everytime we hit logan we go their too! I LOVE their butter!

  • my friend anna makes cranberry butter that is so tasty too! i’m not sure how she makes it but i’m sure its a similar process. :)

  • I’ve never been to that restaurant, but I’m sure with you on the bread thing! That’s why I can’t fly with total carb free diets – I like my carbs and I LOVE my breads. And I sure love my buttah too!! Just about any kind of flavored butter is good for me too – I really love honey butter on biscuits but wow, raspberry really sounds fantastic Laura! Thanks for sharing that!

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