Actually – the five most popular English muffin toppings across the US are:
The first butter I made was the Everything Bagel Butter. You can find the recipe below – or you can cheat and buy some Everything Bagel seasoning! (You can find it at Trader Joes: affiliate link.)
Gourmet butters are super easy – you just leave the butter out for a few hours – or even overnight – so it’s nice and soft (real butter only) – then you just stir in your seasonings and you’re done! After that – you drop it on some cellophane and roll it into a log – then twist the ends – and pop it in the fridge.
You might also wonder which states consumer the most English muffins? Well – that would be New York, California, Florida, Pennsylvania & New Jersey. But it doesn’t matter where you’re from – I know you’ll like this zingy Mojito Butter! It’s got mint, lime zest, lime juice and a little salt.
I loved this one – it’s almost like the lime tortilla chips – when you top it on an English muffin – crunchy, salty and full of lime! I’m also a big fan of butter – butter and salt are pretty much the best condiments ever!
And just remember when you split open that Thomas’ English muffin – don’t use a knife! Just open it with your fingers or slide a fork in and pull it apart. A knife can ruin those perfect Thomas’ Nooks and Crannies!
I hope you enjoy these two Gourmet Butter recipes – you can find more on the Thomas’ site like Blue Cheese, Sage and Bacon which I made this morning on Fox 19!
Here’s the video from Fox 19!