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“Looking for a new way to get your coffee fix? We’ve got just the thing. Using finely ground coffee in an easy homemade butter, you’re 15 minutes away from the best thing to happen to toast since—you guessed it—sliced bread.
This compound butter is perfect spread over breakfast pastries like scones, croissants and English muffins. Or spread on top of biscuits for a red-eye twist on fried chicken and biscuits. If you’re a fan of coffee-encrusted meats, try a savory variation of our coffee butter recipe by omitting the sugar. Form the butter into logs in between parchment paper and chill. When ready to use, cut the butter into coins and serve over grilled skirt steak.”
I know what you’re thinking. “You want me to eat butter and coffee grounds?! I don’t think so!” But hear me out on this one. You’re gonna want to eat this coffee compound butter, I promise. First, because Alton Brown said so, and you should always eat what A.B. says to eat. Second, it is the bomb-dot-com. It is sooooooo good on everything from pastries to meat as mentioned above. And third, you really don’t notice the coffee grounds. This butter is so smooth and tasty that all you’ll notice is the happy little dance your taste buds are doing after you take a bite of scone with some of this butter on it.