Healthy living just got a little butter.  Caution: Shaking cream into butter makes people laugh at you.

See the 42 Second Version: "Shaking Butter Like A Boss"

Note: This method takes 5-10 minutes, but Dan Rojas with GreenPowerScience found a way to make the butter in under a minute by using a water bottle.  Check out his video here:  

Step 1: Watch the Video!

WARNING: Use safe practices when handling food to avoid contamination, and only use milk or cream from trusted and approved sources. Shaking cream into butter may result in an amazing workout. Use of video content is at own risk.
If you don't want the work out part you can put the cream in a bowl and use the electric mixer. Just keep blending till you see that nice butter texture.
I remember doing this at school
Is it possible to use milk from the store to make butter in the jar?
Not really, the problem with milk in this instuctable is the lack of the heavy fats that you find in cream... now if you got whipping cream or heavy cream that would work and you can get those at most super markets. I havent tried full fat milk, it may work but again not as well as cream
Couldn't you simply shake the whole cow and get pure udder butter? Whenever you need some, just squeeze it out of the udder like toothpaste.
I doubt you could out maneuver the kicks of the cow!!!
Used a 1ltr bottle and shook the bejesus out of it this morning. Worked PERFECT and no worries of broken glass. Tastes great! Well done sir!
OH NO! Shook the jar so hard that it flew out of my hands and into a wall! Glass and butter everywhere!!! It still taste's good. <br> <br>Thanks! Another cool instructable! <br>
Grant, those waffles look amazing! You need to do an instructable on them.
I sincerely hope you are using old world wheat for those waffles as the Rockefeller wheat has been shown to lead to disastrous health issues. <br> <br>Look up Wheat Belly on YouTube.
Any idiot with an iPhone can make a YouTube video. I searched &quot;Wheat Belly&quot; on Wikipedia and ended up on the William Davis (cardiologist) page where it provides a <a href="http://dx.doi.org/10.1094%2FCFW-57-4-0177" rel="nofollow">citation link</a> to a professional scientist's point-by-point refutation of his claims.<br> <br> If you want to read it, <a href="http://www.aaccnet.org/publications/plexus/cfw/pastissues/2012/OpenDocuments/CFW-57-4-0177.pdf" rel="nofollow">the PDF</a> is legally available for free.<br> <br> <strong>Please</strong> be more skeptical of sensationalist claims made by authors who decided to bypass the traditional scientific editorial process and talk directly to the public. It usually means they're peddling snake oil just to make a buck.
Great instructable! If you stick a marble or a stainless steel nut in with the cream, it tends to turn a little faster, but you have to be careful not to break the jar. It works best in plastic bottles. As an interesting side note, when my younger brother worked at a large corporate coffee shop, whenever someone ordered a heavy cream latte, if he had the time, he showed them how much butter was in the drink they just ordered by placing it in the blender. They didn't order that drink again!
Think you could show me a rocket fuel without using KNO3
Blend pure oxygen into the butter, to make a nice froth. <br>Wear protective goggles and ear defenders. <br>And a safety helmet. <br>And fireproof overalls. <br>Light the blue touchpaper and stand well back.
My 11 year old is complaining about his arms hurting... That was some good entertainment, butter turned out well also.
I &quot;figured&quot; this out a few years ago... great workout :) <br>Tried to get my 3 yo (at the time) son, last year, to do it with me, he stopped after a minute. <br>I ended up stirring salt into the butter, as unsalted is just not that great. I've wondered it adding salt to the cream (or whatever) would work as well...
At our school, we made these in 3rd grade. They gave us all mason jars and we got to shake it our selves!
Isn't it just easier and faster to use a kitchenmachine/tool?
I think this would work with less intensity too esp. with using a water bottle. Someone once told me let the tool do the work. But that doesn't look as intense.
This is a great instructable. You also taught me something new, I had no idea butter could be use as a candle, wild!
I want to make that honey butter! Sounds tasty!
Oh, I had a question! If you use fresh cows milk, you have to skim the cream off and use that. If you are using heavy whipping cream do you just use it just like it is?
yes, if you buy whipping cream, you would just pour it in a jar/blender/etc as it is. you can add garlic powder to it IF, if you like garlic flavored butter.other wise, just use it right out of the box.
I don't have access to a cow but a friend of mine does...so I get raw milk about 3 times a week &amp; make my own butter...but I use a blender cause it's easier &amp; faster. I also make my own peanut butter, and other condiments &amp; foods. Seldom do I buy anything that I can make myself....it's cheaper, healthier &amp; tastier. <br> <br>TY Sir for posting this. it was a very enjoyable read.
Cool also luv ur you tube channel
I made this as a kid few times and it was fun for us kids. We got to shake the crap out of the jar and watch it form into smooth butter. :) :) :) <br> <br>Super fun for the kids, guarantied!
I follow you on Youtube. As I was reading this instructable, I had no idea it was you until the end. Keep up the good work. You videos are quite awesome. Do you have an engineering background?