Made this on a whim and now convinced we’ll use it for years to come! It takes only four ingredients to make and about 5 minutes. It’s delicious and you’ll want to put it on everything from waffles/pancakes, toast, bread, etc.

I used ghee since it’s lactose-free & casein-free and has the same buttery flavor, plus CLA (conjugated linoleic acid), which has been shown to help alleviate inflammation and is packed full of fat-soluble vitamins like A, E and K that are key nutrients we all need!

I used raw Manuka honey (I use Wedderspoon — it tastes incredible and you can get 25% off their website with code RACHAEL) — we always try to incorporate this more-so during Fall/winter months for natural immune support. Manuka honey is great support for digestion, immune function and even skin care. It’s super easy to add a tbsp to your morning coffee or matcha or even eat on it’s own every day to take advantage of all of its benefits.

Give it a try and let me know below 🙂 xx

Whipped Cinnamon Honey Butter

By Rachael DeVaux
Servings: 10


  • 1/2 cup ghee
  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/4 tsp cinnamon


  • Soften the ghee for about 15 seconds in microwave and then soften the honey for about 8-10 sec (do not overheat so it’s completely liquid).
  • Whisk in a large bowl with a splash of vanilla extract + cinnamon for 3-4 minutes and voila! It’s ready! (*can store in a container at room temp for weeks)
  • We topped it over Birch Benders paleo pancake mix (with added Vital Proteins collagen peptides, cinnamon & vanilla extract) and fresh strawberries — YUM!

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  1. I couldn’t get the ingredients to become more solidified. It just stayed liquid and runny. Any suggestions? I tried hand whisking and then the kitchen aid, but nothing changed.

    1. Hi Megan! I would chill the bowl with the ingredients in it for 5-15 minutes. It sounds like the ghee could be too warm and that’s why it’s still liquid. Chill, then whisk again — let me know how it goes! -Rachael