Easy Herb Butter served on keto bread

Easy Herb Butter

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Fresh herbs and garlic infused into soft, creamy butter. Mmmh. You can whip up this herb butter in 5 minutes and dress up meats, fish, veggies, and bread while staying keto!

Germans love their herb butter and you will, too! It is incredibly easy to make, doesn’t require any special kitchen equipment, and the variations are endless.

That’s right! You don’t even need to follow the recipe exactly. Just mix and match the fresh herbs you have available, and the butter will come out AMAZING!

Best yet, the butter is keto! I slather it over my steak, chicken, or fish. And whenever I make my keto rustic bread, I make sure to serve it with this flavorful butter. Just follow my tips and you will not be disappointed.

Tips for creamy herb butter!

Ingredients for Easy Herb Butter

Butter. Ok, the star of the show is the butter, so make sure to use high-quality butter for this recipe. I recommend grass-fed butter (e.g. Kerrygold). Place it out the counter for 20-30 minutes, so it is nice and soft.

Herbs. You will need fresh herbs for this recipe (not dried). I grow fresh herbs indoor year-round with my little hydroponic garden and love it! If you don’t have a garden, fresh store-bought herbs will work great. You don’t need to use the exact herbs that I do (though I believe garlic is a must for this recipe!). I like to use parsley, basil, and chives. You can certainly try something else, like thyme, thai basil, or dill! Just make sure to chop them finely.

Easy herb butter served with keto bread

Easy Herb Butter

Fresh herbs and garlic infused into soft, creamy butter. Mmmh. You can whip this herb butter in 5 minutes and dress up meats, fish, veggies, and bread while staying keto!
5 from 6 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Appetizer, Condiments
Cuisine German, Keto
Servings 8 tablespoons
Calories 103 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • ½ cup butter soft
  • 1 clove garlic pressed
  • 1 tbsp parsley fresh, finely chopped
  • ½ tbsp basil fresh, finely chopped
  • ½ tbsp chives fresh, finely chopped
  • ¼ tsp Worcestershire Sauce
  • ¼ tsp salt

Instructions
 

  • In a small bowl, stir all ingredients until well combined.
  • Serve right away or store in a glassware or butter dish in your fridge. The butter will taste even better the next day. Serve on keto bread, with meat or vegetables. Enjoy!

Notes

You don’t need to use the exact herbs that I do (though I believe garlic is a must for this recipe!). I like to use parsley, basil, and chives. You can certainly try something else, like thyme, thai basil, or dill! Just make sure to chop them finely.

Nutrition

Serving: 1tablespoonCalories: 103kcalCarbohydrates: 1gProtein: 1gFat: 12gFiber: 1gSugar: 1g
Keyword compound butter, herb butter, keto herb butter
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5 Comments

  1. 5 stars
    Greetings Ludmila:

    Thanks for your vids & recipes. I am an OMAD dude who has come to the sad realization that if you want to really have excellent NUTRITION, HEALTH & FITNESS- then you MUST be your own BEST Nutritionist & yes MUST make your own foods! So thanks for everything you do- I appreciate you, Guttentag

  2. Love the look of all your recipes, and cant wait to try them out, but PLEASE use weight, grams if possible, not “cups of this, half a spoon of that etc. Is that a teacup, morning cup etc, is a spoon level, heaped etc. These terms mean nothing to myself and friends in the UK. This all looks too good to waste ingredients getting it wrong! Love all your ideas, power to you

    • A cup & a spoon are measurements- if you go to wallmart you can get a measuring cup for a few dollars it can be 1 2 3 4 cups in size & the gradients allow you partial measures as well… as far as a spoon goes typically a spoon is a table spoon unless it indicates it is the smaller tea spoon… you can get a set of graduated spoons at wallmart again for less than most ingredients you buy for any given recipe… it’s like who doesn’t know what a cup or a spoon of something is… my 3 sisters & my mom don’t even measure they eyeball everything from the years they have spent making stuff… always turns out excellent… seriously are you a troll?

      • In European countries and other countries, metric measurements are used. With my new recipes I’m adding metrics to my recipes to make life easier for them. Not a problem.

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