Last week we talked about finding your favorite biscuit recipe. Once you’ve made a batch of your favorite biscuits, you’ll need a delicious butter, or honey, or other spread to go with them.

Sample your biscuits with different kinds of butters from the grocery store, or make your own flavored butters or spreads.

Possibilities include traditional honey butter, but also cranberry butter, strawberry butter, and even onion butter. Type “flavored butter” into the Pinterest search field and see lots of great ideas.

If you are really inspired, see if you can find this Flavored Butters book at your library, or it is available on Amazon (affiliate link).

(Image credit: RitaE)

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