With the Kilner hand-crank butter churn, you can easily make your own butter in as little as 10 minutes. This churn is the perfect size for home use
10 ounces of cream will yield approximately 1/4 pound of butter.
- Includes recipes and instruction
- Old fashioned design with polypropylene paddles
- Stainless steel gears and lid
- 34 oz. Glass Jar
- BPA Free
- Jar is dishwasher safe; hand washing is recommended for churning mechanism.
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Fun and Rewarding
There is a moment when the whipped cream suddenly decides to separate into butter and buttermilk. It is kind of magical. My son and I took turns churning and the reward was well worth the effort! While you can make butter without a churner--we tried it with the stand-mixer and made a mess--this is a fun way to get young kids involved in making something that can be otherwise taken for granted and clean-up is super easy. It also helps to connect them to the effort (and path) that their food takes to the table. Added bonus is incorporating in honey or garlic/chives... This is a great device to open up discussions about food and where it comes from. (Noting that it was well made. Worked well despite the sudden strain of an elementary student's best efforts.)
So excited but disappointed
My children were so excited with this purchase! They love helping me in the kitchen and this new skill of making butter would add to their growing list. I purposely purchased the butter churn from a professional company thinking over Amazon. My thought was better equipment and supporting an American company. I was SO DISAPPOINTED after opening the box and reading MADE IN CHINA. I would return it but my children are so excited to start using it. Please support American made products! With a company named New England - I thought I was supporting American Made. You should label it MADE IN CHINA so others know who they are supporting and who you are supporting. It makes me wonder about your other equipment? All from China? So very disappointed!
Didn’t work for me...
I haven’t given up, but my first attempt didn’t work. I think it’s possible that my cream wasn’t heavy enough, or that I didn’t let it warm up long enough. Only comment on the equipment itself is that the gears are not perfectly aligned. They still work, but don’t strike me as well-made.
I had so much fun with this. I sat and made butter while watching TV. It’s sturdy and my family really appreciates fresh butter.
a must for any small dairy!
I love this little churn. I had a antique churn for years but the wood paddle was so hard to clean. The modern silicone is fantastic and easy to clean.