Do you or someone you love have a romance with delicious, melty butter? If so, there are plenty of wonderful gift ideas to enhance the butter experience.
1. Vintage inscribed butter knife
Inscribed with the text: “no such thing as too much butter,” this vintage knife is perfect for the butter lover who has everything — except, of course, too much butter. Because this is a reclaimed vintage knife, it can either be displayed or used.
2. Cuisinart bread buttering wheel
If buttering bread takes too long, consider this stainless steel gadget that butters bread for you. How does it work? Melted butter resides in the bowl, and the wheel rolls it up onto a slice of bread. Chunky butter on ripped bread become things of the past with this revolutionary butter wheel.
3. Classy butter dish
Large enough to fit up to two sticks of butter, this elegant butter dish is practical as well as visually appealing. Available in seven different colors, it is microwave, oven, dishwasher and freezer safe. Made from heavy-duty porcelain with a wood lid, this butter dish is sturdy enough to last a lifetime.
4. Handmade wooden butter knife hatchets
For the butter lovers who are lumberjacks or vikings at heart, these wooden hatchet-shaped butter knives are great at spreading butter straight from the fridge. With five wood options to choose from, these butter knife hatchets are sure to elicit some smiles.
5. Realistic butter ornament
What better way to celebrate butter than to hang it on the Christmas tree? Each ornament is handmade from clay and vellum and is available in any language. Merriam-Webster defines a gadget as: “a small mechanical or electronic device with a practical use but often thought of as a novelty.” This ornament definitely falls on the novelty end of that definition.
6. Polish wooden Christmas tree butter mold
If hanging butter on a tree is not enough, consider making a Christmas tree out of butter with this butter mold. All you need to do is soak the mold in water with ice, fill with room-temperature butter and squeeze. Imagine each guest having his or her own personal Christmas tree made of butter.
7. Butter grater
Cheese gets lots of attention, but butter grating is just as important. Baking scones, pie crusts or biscuits requires cutting butter into flour, and this grater is an easy way to make that a lot easier. Not only can it be used in baking, this gadget can grate butter directly onto toast.
8. Butter infusion machine
Upgrading the butter-loving experience, this butter infusion machine allows a mere butter appreciator to become an intrepid butter pioneer. With this machine, herb- and fruit-infused butters can be crafted. This appliance will match any kitchen as it is available in black, gray and terra-cotta.