Recently, I was given the opportunity to review a Butter Bell® Crock. I often get frustrated with butter that’s too hard to spread. Many times I resort to using margarine or something similar, but it never tastes the same as real butter. When I was asked to review a Butter Bell® Crock I was so excited. Not only would this (hopefully!) end my butter frustrations, but it’s also really cute! I was able to choose which design I wanted, so I chose the deep red to match my kitchen (since it sits on the counter, I wanted it to look cute!).
Isn’t it cute! All you do is put 1 stick of butter (1/2 cup) into the lid, then put a couple of inches of water into the crock, put the lid on it and you have ready to spread butter whenever you want! It really works too. It’s been relatively chilly the last week or so and I haven’t turned on my heater yet so my house has been pretty cold and the butter is still easy to spread whenever! You just need to change the water every 3 days to keep it fresh.
Butter Bell® Crock is currently running a Christmas Special – But 2 Crocks, Get 1 Free! So, you can buy 2 for people on your Christmas list and keep the 3rd one for yourself!
In addition to having the Butter Bell® Crocks, they also have other really cute items like vases, salt and pepper shakers, creamer pitchers, etc.
You think this sounds wonderful and you have to have one? Well, Guess what! The nice folks at Butter Bell have given me the opportunity to give a reader a Butter Bell crock also!
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This contest will close on Tuesday November 9 and the winner will be announced on November 10.
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