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18 reviews | 4.1 out of 5
Butter continually falls into the water -- pretty nasty. Would not recommend this product at all.
I had spent considerable time looking for " the butter dish" plasticware containers would become to greasy and leaving the butter out on a saucer did'nt seem right. When I came across this dish I thought I'd give it a try. I'm satisfied with the look and even the storage of the butter.
I am very happy with this product. It keeps butter at room tempreture and makes it easy to spread. I recommend it to everyone. It was also a good value, I have seen some for almost 20 dollars.
I love that I can have soft, spreadable butter with out the mess! This dish is looks great and works perfectly.
Other, ceramic butter dishes I've had, crack in the dishwasher and then the oil from the butter seeps in. Not with this one. I love it!
Since I've used a butter keeper for more than 2 years I can say that this was a wonderful buy. My 2 daughers were spoiled to the butter keeper and when they both moved out they missed having one. Well I went on the internet and googled the butter bell butter keeper and was happy to find the Wal Mart had them. They are much cheaper than the butter bell.
Loved this product. Works well and keeps butter at room temperature without spoiling. Have ordered another for my daughter -in-law.
My first experience with a Butter Keeper. I am using it with butter and margarine. It is so pleasant to spread your toast with butter/oleo that doesn't tear your toast! It's attractive and inexpensive. A great inexpensive gift!
I no longer have to soften my butter in the microwave! The glass butter container stores & keeps the butter fresh and soft right on my counter. Wal-Mart was also the lowest priced for this item. I will probably purchase a few for Holiday presents. Plus, save on S & H charges by having it sent to my local store.
At first the kids thought this was the weirdest thing....thought the butter would go bad. It doesn't! Butter is always ready to be spread. No more breaking the toast or microwaving the butter so it's soft. I really like it.
I've only had this product for a 1.5 weeks, but so far I love it. I put in a stick of organic unsalted butter. I'm so glad I can get away from using so many processed food products and disposable containers polluting the earth.
I LOVE it wish had yrs back!!!
overall a nice item the only problem is that it needs mor texture to hold the butter in.
I followed instructions and thought how cool this is if it worked. Well, a couple of days after setting this up, the butter fell in the water. What a waste of my money. Maybe I can use it as a candle holder.
This product is a bad imitation of the original butterbell crock, which was featured on FoodNetwork. I thought I would save a few bucks by purchasing this glass butterbell, only to find out that it does not work nearly as well as the original butterbell crock. The fact that it is glass, leads to the product absorbing heat, which doesn't work well with butter. The fact that it is glass, leads to messy clean ups and streaking...don't waste your time dealing with the headache, take it from someone who has the glass and original butterBell crock.
No wonder the boxes they were packed in looked like they had been in the warehouse for at least ten years. What a mess! The instructions to use these butter keepers aren't mentioned in the item description, so let me fill you in. They are heavy square shaped glass with lids. When you take the lid off, attached to that lid is a big glass bell shaped type thing. Now, after you soften your butter or margarine, you are instructed to put the softened butter (spoon it in) into the bell. Then, you fill the square container a little less than half with water. Place the lid filled with butter into the square that is half full of water. This is supposed to prevent spoilage. Well, maybe so, but, I didn't have the time to find out. All I had was an oily mess to clean up. Who in their right mind would like this mess on their table? No wonder the packages look as old as the hills! No one wanted them twenty years ago either. Needless to say, they didn't work for me, and they certainly aren't worth the 13 bucks apiece. They're going baaaaaccccccckkkkkkk! UGH.