Butter Paddles - Set of 2

By Kilner

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When you whip up (or should that be "churn" up?) your own homemade butter, these grooved beechwood paddles are essential for removing excess buttermilk and helping to mold the fresh butter. When you’re not using them for butter duty, they make excellent small-scale serving boards, too.

  • Materials: Beechwood
  • Care: Hand wash only, hand dry to protect wood integrity
  • Includes: Two grooved butter paddles
  • Dual-sided smooth and grooved sides
  • Can be used as serving board or buttermilk strainer
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 9" x 2.75" x 0.25"
  • Weight (each): 0.37 lb

29 Reviews (4.5 out of 5 Grommets)

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Butter paddles

2/7/2017 by Elnora

Glad I purchased along with the butter churn. I successfully made my first butter!


Big Help

2/3/2017 by Sharon

These paddles are so helpful in extracting the whey from the butter. They definitely make the process of making butter so much easier.


I love these!

1/13/2017 by Becky

Love the quality, size, looks, and functionality.



12/22/2016 by Sylvia

Easier than wooden spoons


Necessary to shape & press out extra water

12/11/2016 by Phoebe

Work great to shape and press out extra water. The excess water (buttermilk) drains off through the grooves in the paddles. Easy to use and wash.

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Turn the handle, get homemade butter.

About Kilner

Homemade Butter

Even if you swear you’re not handy in the kitchen, this homemade butter churner lets you make your own butter in about 10 minutes. It’s as easy as turning the handle.

Kilner has been England’s trusted name for glass since the 1840’s, so they were the right folks to revamp the old-school butter churner.

Theirs follows the original design but with a few modern tweaks. The gears are made from stainless steel to wash easily and avoid rust, while the paddles and lid seal are made from food grade silicone.

All you need is heavy cream and a little effort. When the butter takes shape, you’ll also have buttermilk—a tasty byproduct—to cook and bake with, too.

Once you see how simple it is, you’ll be a churning convert. This 21st century update on the standard churner makes it easy.