Product Review: One Click Butter Cutter

 

better butter cutter

If you are like me, you hate buying butter, it’s hard to deal with , it’s hard to cut, hard to spread, you need to keep it in the fridge or it goes rancid. I never buy it. If you have problems with your hand weakness, butter is definitely a no go, your have to have a real good grip on that knife. (unless the butter is hot) Either way, for many people butter is a pain. We have found a solution!

After seeing the One Click Butter Cutter, I think this butter problem might change. With this device, you just open the end, take out the stopper and put a stick of butter into the end, replace the stopper and the end piece. That’s it, easy and this gadget is ready.
Half of this Butter Cutter is the button. Just hold it upright. So with one hand, or two, you can get a good grip to squeeze it together. It measures out the perfect amount of butter for a slice of toast, 4 slices per tablespoon of butter, if you want more you just dispense another slice! No mess, no sore hands after, no sliding butter dish. No re-wrapping the butter once you have finished and having greasy hands. Just one perfect portion of butter, and a Butter Cutter back in the fridge.

It’s dishwasher safe too, so easy cleaning if you need to. Whoever invented this Butter Cutter is a genius!! LOVE IT, LOVE IT!
I would definitely give this device 5 stars out of 5 for Spoonie use!

The One Click Butter Cutter comes in many colors and is sold for $19.95 You can get yous here.
Review submitted by Wendy Jones, Butyoudontlooksick.com

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  • I think the French version would probably be more usable for me. I tend to let butter soften for exactly that reason, but don’t like measured pats so I’d probably get annoyed with the butter cutter thing. I use more butter than that.

  • This device sounds great. There is another item that I particularly enjoy, because it’s easy to use and it keeps the butter soft so it spreads easily: the French Butter Keeper. This dish is made of two parts: a base with a hollow cylinder attached to it, and a cup that also serves as a lid. The cup holds the packed in butter, and the base holds water. The water creates an airtight seal that keeps oxygen away from the butter so that refrigeration is not needed, and the butter can be used in its soft form (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_butter_dish).
    This doesn’t go in the fridge and keeps the butter fresh on one condition: the water should be changed every 2 days and kept below 80°F (27°C). Here is a pic of my favorite « Beurrier Breton » (http://www.renaud-bray.com/ImagesEditeurs/PG/348/348475-gb.jpg).
    Spoons to all!
    Louyse