More of a method maybe?
If you are looking for something totally easy and gratifying then butter is your thing!
I started by skimming off the cream from my contraband milk with a measuring cup.
Next, poured the cream into my KitchenAid mixer and used the whisk attachment.
I found the 6 setting to be a good speed and let it do all the work for about 15 minutes.
This makes me sooooo happy!
"Butter, oh Jo, isn't butter divinity?" or something like that. Does anyone remember this line from "Little Women?"
I plopped the butter on my cheesecloth and squeezed out the milk. Yeah, you can save the milk and drink it and use it in recipes. It is buttermilk. Next I kneaded it a little and added a little sprinkling of kosher salt for flavor and crunch!
One gallon of milk made just enough to pack into a pint glass jar for safe keeping.
Here is my homemade butter next to grocery store butter. I can tell that my milk was from grass fed cows because it is so bright and yellow in color. Is it just me or does my Kroger butter seem boring now?