Maple Pecan Butter. A light a creamy butter with tons of maple flavor—a wonderful crunch from the toasted pecans. Take regular toast up a notch with this creamy delicious Maple Pecan Butter—or add it on top of a pile of fluffy pancakes. For an added bonus—add crumbles of crispy cooked bacon! Place this delicious butter next to the plain butter on your breakfast buffet.
I love this Maple Pecan Butter
- Easy to make
- Lasts a long time in the refrigerator
- Tastes incredible
- Versatile: can be used as a spread or as a topping on pancakes and waffles
- Makes any breakfast or buffet table special
- Can also be served on hot rolls for dinner
How to make Maple Pecan Butter?
How to toast nuts
- Pour nuts into a skillet (size depends on the amount of nuts that are being toasted—do not crowd nuts).
- Heat on medium, stir to keep the nuts from burning
- Once you can smell the toasted aroma and see a little brown the nuts are done.
- Pour into a bowl to cool
Tips for storing this Maple Pecan Butter
- You can store the cinnamon butter on the counter for 1-2 days.
- To extend the life, store in the refrigerator (up to a month)
- Freeze up to 6 months without the quality becoming affected.
What to serve with this Maple Pecan Butter:
- Thanksgiving Skillet Pecan Cornbread
- Six Dazzling Dinner Rolls
- Buttermilk Biscuits
- Old Fashioned Danish Aebleskiver Pancakes
- Pumpkin Pancakes
- Buttermilk Pancakes
- Whole Wheat Flaxseed Buttermilk Waffles