Introducing the Supreme Butter Grinder where you can grate cold butter out of the fridge.
This kitchen tool lets you shred and spread butter in your cooking and meal prep readily, whether in the kitchen or at the dining table. And when you’re done, it serves as a convenient butter storage that you can put in your fridge until you are ready to use it again.
Easy to use.To use, simply place a 4 oz. stick of butter inside the Butter Grinder. Snap its parts into place and twist the cylinder counterclockwise to press the butter against the grating disk. It uses a corkscrew action to press the butter neatly against the grate as you twist the cylinder.
Perfect, shredded butter all the time.No more hard-block-of-butter problem! This kitchen tool can grate cold butter right out of the fridge. It gives you smooth, shredded butter that melts easily and is perfect for warm bread, toasts, biscuits, pasta, and hot veggies like baked potatoes and corn on the cob.
Serves as a storage too.No need to wash it immediately after each use. The Butter Grinder also serves as the storage compartment for the butter. So after you finish using it, simply snap the cap back over the grating disk and place it in your fridge until you are ready to use it again.
Safe materials.The Butter Grinder is made of durable, food-safe, and BPA-free plastic and stainless steel components that are detachable for easy cleaning in your dishwasher.
We love our butter mill. I have had one for a long time and dropped on a tile floor. As soon as I discovered it chipped a piece from the locking part I got on Amazon and ordered another one. My step daughter had express her interest in having one so I ordered one for her as an early birthday present. I take it out of fridge before making toast and when the toast comes out of the toaster the butter is ready to spread. I just cant imagine being without one. Everyone who struggles with buttering their toast has to have one.
Amazing product, very classy in stainless steel. It takes a bit getting use to in order to use. The temptation is to hold the bottom and twist the top, but then the top comes off. Position your hands as shown in the picture; hold the bottom bottom black ring and with the other hand, twist the stainless steel body.
Having shaved butter is great for toast, corn, and potatoes. It hold a 1/4 lb of butter and keeps in the refrigerator with its top on.
I am not sure why people gave this less than 5 stars, it works and is easy! We keep it in the fridge and fill it by slicing the edge off of an Irish butter stick to make it fit in the slot. I made a video of it, balancing the phone as it takes 2 hands to operate it. The butter is perfectly spreadable. There is a knife that also makes butter strands, but then you'd have weird shaped butter in the fridge which would be confusing to cook with, and you'd keep throwing the knife in the dishwasher and it wouldn't be around for your butter needs. This is awesome.
The design of the butter mill is really awesome. The butter that comes out of it is softer than just stick butter because it is shredded however it does not work well on white bread straight out of the bread bag. Leaving the shreds set at room temperature for a few minutes certainly softens them so that you can spread it easily on white bread. For putting on hot foods - or using when cooking vegetables, it works great because instead of ending up with large chunks of butter in one area you can spread the shreds over the entire dish. I absolutely love using this for putting butter on baked potatoes!
I love that I can use this with honey or herb butter as well as plain butter. The sticks of butter that I buy did fit into this perfectly however please note that I do not buy standard stick butter. I buy an organic butter that is wider and thicker than normal stick butter.
I did feel it was easy to use and so did my husband but you do have to hold it a certain way. I love that I can cap the butter mill and set it right back in my refrigerator, then just sit it on the countertop when I ready to use it. I love the look. It is a bit tricky to dissemble and re-assemble the first time you do it but once you know how to do it, it is a simple process.
One other thing I did notice is I seem to be using less butter when I use this butter mill than when I just cut off a section of butter from the stick. Best of all, I can still taste the butter on the food I put it on.
Overall I am happy with this item and am using it daily. My recommendation is to look carefully at the pros and cons so you know what this does and does not do.
I'm very happy with my Grater Butter Mincer ,highly recommended