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Sweet Cream Coffee Butter Recipe

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Sweet Cream Coffee Butter

Spreads and nut butters are trending right now, they’re part of a healthier lifestyle, one based in homemade, all-natural goods that are slowly replacing store-bought products.

Spreads are fun; they create dozens of opportunities to make a light breakfast of toast and coffee more enjoyable. So, how can we play a part in this spreadable revolution? By creating our own sweet cream coffee butter.

Sweetened, coffee-infused butter. Soft and silky, coating and rich, this will become both your favorite spread and your favorite way of taking your coffee.

Allow me to break the recipe down for you.

To make a spreadable butter, you need oil, which is why we’re fortifying our already fatty butter with a few tablespoons of safflower oil.

If you haven’t heard about this healthy oil, it’s a neutral, flavorless and colorless grain oil similar to sunflower, canola or corn oil. It’s used both in the cosmetic industry and in the kitchen, and it’s very stable.

If you don’t find safflower oil, use any other grain oil.

Then we have the creaminess, which is where the heavy cream and the butter come into play, they’re the most important ingredients in this tasty butter spread.

Finally, we have the sugar, a pinch of salt, and, of course, coffee — choose a high-quality coffee and grind it as fine as possible, it will infuse the butter with the prettiest flavors and aromas.

Spread your new sweet cream coffee butter over toast, pancakes and waffles. It’s also an excellent crepe filling and is quite nice over French toast. With a little creativity, you’ll find plenty more ways of using the coffee butter in desserts and other baked treats.

There’s more. Since this butter keeps very well, it’s a perfect gift for home-warming parties, or close friends and relatives. In a nice jar with a handmade label, this golden-colored butter is a personal detail that shows how much you care.


How to Make It

  • Prep Time15 min
  • Cook Time1 min
  • Total Time16 min
  • Serving Size1
  • Energy130 cal




Add the ground espresso, oil, sugar, salt and heavy cream in a saucepan and heat until just below boiling point while stirring. 


Remove the mixture from the heat and let it cool for 30 minutes.


In a bowl, beat the butter in a stand mixer and slowly incorporate the heavy cream mixture until fully incorporated and smooth. 


Transfer your coffee butter into a jar and enjoy!

  • Nutrition Facts

  • Serving Size1
  • Amount per serving
  • Calories130
  • % Daily Value*Standard DV
  • Total Fat13.1 g78 g16.79%
  • Saturated Fat6.7 g20 g33.5%
  • Cholesterol29 mg300 mg9.67%
  • Sodium98 mg2300 mg4.26%
  • Total Carbohydrate3.7 g275 g1.35%
  • Total Sugars3.6 g
  • Protein0.2 g50 g0.4%
  • Calcium5 mg1300 mg0.38%
  • Potassium5 mg4700 mg0.11%
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