Soften Butter in a Snap!

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You’ve got your SoBakeable box & you’re ready to bake! You take out the pre-measured ingredients, familiarize yourself with the recipe card & preheat the oven. Oops! You realize you forgot to take your butter out of the fridge 30 minutes prior to baking to let it soften. We’ve got a quick & easy way for your to soften your butter in a snap!

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To prepare: Boil water in your kettle & let stand for a few minutes, or just use the hot water from your faucet. Place your butter on a plate.

  1. Pour the hot water into the drinking glass/mason jar/glass bowl & let stand for 1 minute or until the glass gets hot. Pour out the water & then quickly give the inside of the glass a wipe to dry it.soften butter_2.jpg
  2. Place it over your butter & let stand for 2-3 minutes, or until your butter is perfectly softened.soften butter_3.jpg
  3. Test the softness of the butter: you’ll know it’s ready when it’s cool to the touch & your finger leaves an indentation when pressed into it.soften butter_4.jpg

Quick, easy & works great!

If you want to bake something that tastes & looks outstanding, but you’re short on time  – take a look at our baking subscription options! We save you time by delivering pre-measured ingredients, recipe cards, baking tools & more to your door! So there’s more time to enjoy a fun baking experience, without the fuss!

Make a friend smile, with the gift of the SoBakeable experience for the Birthday or a special celebration! They are sure to love it!

Xoxo
The SoBakeable Team

 


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