Homemade Organic Butter Recipe

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Not all the kinds of butter available in the grocery stores are healthy as most of them are made from pasteurized milk. But this doesn’t mean you’ve to stop consuming butter completely. You always have the option of making organic butter at home.

Homemade butter is much more healthier as it contains vitamin (A) and minerals found in raw milk. The vitamin A content is beneficial for your eyes, skin, tissues, membranes, and teeth. It also plays a role in gene transcription and is also rich in fatty acids, which can protect you from cancer.

All you need to make organic butter at home is 2 cups of organic heavy cream and sea salt to taste.


  1. Process the cream in a food processor for about 10 minutes.
  2. Don’t stop processing whet it turns into a thick whipped cream, but continue until the water separates from the butter.
  3. Now, drain all the water from it.
  4. Place your butter into a colander and strain the liquid again.
  5. Rinse the butter with cold water, gently turning it with a spoon while the cold water runs over it until the water runs clear.
  6. When the butter is clean, squeeze more liquid from the butter using wooden paddles or spoons; this helps to smash the butter and remove the liquid.
  7. Mix some salt in it and keep it in a jar or bowl. Store this in the fridge or freezer.

This type of organic butter can last for several months before going bad.

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Kalma Charles
Kalma Charles 5pts

Marsha Augustine try this\U0001f49a\U0001f49a\U0001f49a. l

Pamela Woodard
Pamela Woodard 5pts

Just raised on a farm. That's how us kids got to do it. Shake, shake, shake.

Ibolya Nagy
Ibolya Nagy 5pts

Thks Pamela. You sure sound like one practical lady

Pamela Woodard
Pamela Woodard 5pts

You can shake it in a quart jar. But it takes a long time. Watch TV while doing it. You can use a mixer. Put your cream in a jar and use your beaters.

Ibolya Nagy
Ibolya Nagy 5pts

Any suggestion for people who don't have a food processor?

Debra Kelly
Debra Kelly 5pts

Shake organic cream until it becomes butter.

Mary Moss
Mary Moss 5pts

I use a mason jar and heavy cream with sea salt.. Shake shake shake lol. Yummalicious

Ruthie Finlayson
Ruthie Finlayson 5pts

Made this in my kitchen aid. Amazing! Now plotting lots of flavoured butters...

Renia Ska
Renia Ska 5pts

Very easy. Buy a organic duble cream and shake

Anjuman Siddiqui
Anjuman Siddiqui 5pts

Ayurveda offers some very interesting treatments. Plz keep us updated.I love to read n follow the instructions.

Malavika Deo
Malavika Deo 5pts

Reminded me of my grandmother and mother making butter at home. They obviously had a couple extra steps to follow as they pasteurized milk at home. Took the cream off the milk, added a tiny bit of culture to it and next day churned the mixture till butter came to the top. The white watery residue is real buttermilk( unlike what we get in the grocery stores).

Dulari McDonald
Dulari McDonald 5pts

my mom made butter she called it ghee we enjoyed it in cooking and baking \U0001f493it I know it's easy it's cheaper to do at home thank u Ayurveda \U0001f60b

Denise Headrick Sneed
Denise Headrick Sneed 5pts

I use to make butter with my grandmother; my granddad taught me to milk their cow then we removed the cream from the top of the cold milk. That was some really good butter! We used a churn too, it was an incredible lesson on how things use to be done for me :)

Sarah Dee
Sarah Dee 5pts

Lynessa Schofield, let's do this with the boys...

Chrissy Windley
Chrissy Windley 5pts

now 2.50 i can do maybe.. but i'd still like to make my own, might be a little cheaper in the long run. *shrugs* because i go to grocery store and butter is like 5 bucks. so when on a tight budget i have to get a .98 cent pack of margarine sticks. but ya, believe me, i'd love to start getting butter from now on. I usually only use butter /marg on certain things, most of my food i put Sesame oil on. but if i make a grilled cheese or eat a bowl of grits, i want butter in it.

Rekha Aggarwal
Rekha Aggarwal 5pts

Plsss plsss plssss ...tell me...how to make....???

Cathy Crowley
Cathy Crowley 5pts

My gran in Ireland churned the fresh buttermilk in a small wooden barrel(octagonal) with a turning handle ,and then pressed out the water with a wooden spatula,adding large salt grains as she pressed.Delicious!

Peggy Teresa
Peggy Teresa 5pts

Let's do it!!! Or we can buy goats and make our own goat milk and butter \U0001f609

Hannah Hay
Hannah Hay 5pts

Anyone know if you can you do the same with goats milk?

Ayurveda 5pts

Well you could! If you wish to :)

Gary Chase
Gary Chase 5pts

Organic Pastures raw cultured butter is as good as it gets!

Jane LaPointe Centala
Jane LaPointe Centala 5pts

The only way that I know Is to buy a share in a cow: for milk, butter, cheese all organic. Oh I forgot the most important ingredient\U0001f31eTIME

Sin Yee
Sin Yee 5pts

Exactly my point, where does the "organic" heavy cream comes from?

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Joan Sutton
Joan Sutton 5pts

There is nothing like the taste of real home made butter