Pretty pats of butter can include interest to your table or buffet. You can make them quickly, in a wide array of shapes, with an affordable sweet mold you buy at an outlet store or boutique that brings sweet making products. Here's all you do:
Soften numerous sticks of butter. Utilize a knife to spread out the softened butter uniformly into a sweet mold (turn the mold over as soon as you have some butter in it, to make sure the butter is filling the mold entirely; the butter has the tendency to leave "spaces" of void, even when you seem like you're filling the mold sturdily). Freeze the filled mold up until the butter is company.
When company, pop the butter pats from the mold. Line a big pan or baking meal with waxed paper. Layer the butter pats in the pan, with a piece of waxed paper in between each layer to keep the pats from sticking. Cool the molded pats up until you're prepared to serve them. At serving time, put some crushed ice in a bowl and put the pats on
top of the ice to keep them cold.
A heart-shaped sweet mold is ideal for butter that will be utilized at a wedding party or practice session supper. Sweet molds can be found in all sorts of sizes and shapes. Simply select one that is best for your unique celebration.
For quite herb butters, include a few of your preferred sliced herb( s) to the butter prior to putting it in the mold.