Private Selection Finishing Butters & $100.00 Giveaway!

Have you ever tried Private Selection Finishing Butters?

I hadn’t until my friends at Private Selection asked me to try their finishing butters and use them in a couple of recipes…and WOW was I ever over-the-top excited to tell you about how delicious they are!

****And for my friends with Celiac Disease, these butters are gluten free****

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You’ll find these butters at your local Kroger. The savories: Lemon, Garlic & Herbs, Lemon Pepper and Roasted Garlic & Herbs. Plus, the sweets: Honey, Cinnamon Brown Sugar and Caramel Sea Salt.

Private Selection Finishing Butters

We’ve been using the butters for weeks, the Cinnamon Brown Sugar on sweet potatoes, The Husband uses the Honey on diner rolls ….there’s no end to the way you can use these butters!

I’ve put together a couple of easy recipes you might like to try this holiday season and at the end of the post those good folks at Private Selection are sponsoring a giveaway including a $100.00 Kroger gift card & a set of their finishing butters!

  First, The Husband and I love to have Christmas Movie Nights with our tiny granddaughters and I thought I’d make some easy Caramel Corn using the Caramel Sea Salt Finishing Butter!

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This recipe is so easy, you only need a container of the Caramel Sea Salt Finishing Butter, brown sugar, dark karo syrup, baking soda, salt, vanilla…oh! And popcorn! (I have a printable version at the end of the post!)Mason Jar Light DIY_575

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I added a few peanut butter candies and had the BEST movie night!!! This Caramel Corn would be so nice as a gift…add some to a cute paper bag and attach your favorite family night movie!

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If The Husband and I don’t have the tiny granddaughters on the weekend we always make time for a date night. When it’s cold outside we’d rather stay in and cook at home…the other night The Husband cooked filets on the grill and we added the Lemon Garlic & Herb Finishing Butter to the sizzling steak. I CAN NOT tell you how melt in your mouth amazing that steak was!!!! The Husband’s eyes got huge as he chewed that first bite… “I’ll never use steak sauce again”.

( I can’t say enough about how delicious this is on steak.) Mason Jar Light DIY_640We also cooked the mushrooms in the Roasted Garlic & Herbs Finishing Butter- the finishing butter added a wonderful depth of flavor to the mushrooms. Mason Jar Light DIY_641

Do you guys have any ideas for using the finishing butters??? Please tell me in a comment and you could win a $100.00 Kroger Gift Card and a set of 3 Savory & 3 Sweet Private Selection Finishing Butter!

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Sea Salt Caramel Popcorn

Caramel Sea Salt Popcorn


  • 4 quarts popped popcorn
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 1 container of Caramel Sea Salt Finishing Butter by Private Selection
  • 1/4 cup dark corn syrup
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda


  1. Place popped popcorn into large brown paper bag and set aside
  2. In a microwave safe bowl- heat the brown sugar, butter, corn syrup, salt and vanilla for 3 minutes. Take it out and stir until well blended.
  3. Return to microwave and cook for 1 and 1/2 minutes. Remove from microwave and stir in the baking soda.
  4. Pour syrup over the popcorn in the bag. Roll down the top once or twice to close the bag and shake to coat the popcorn. Place bag into the microwave and cook for 1 minute and 10 seconds. Remove , shake, flip the bag over and return to the microwave. Cook for another 1 minute and 10 seconds.
  5. Pour out the popcorn onto waxed paper and let cool until coating is set!
  6. Put in a movie and enjoy your night!


  1. Lisa Cooper says

    Wow! These look incredible! I will definitely be looking for these at my local grocery. Unfortunately, we don’t have Kroger.

    • Brian says

      Lisa, It doesn’t have to be a “Kroger” store, it could also be one of their other banner owned stores, it just depends on where you live. Scroll to the bottom of the page at it has a list of “The Kroger Family of Stores”

  2. Lisa says

    I have always been very pleased by the wuality of thr the “Private Selection” products from Kroger. I can’t wait to try the finishing butters.

  3. Rita says

    Robin, thanks for the opportunity to win such a great prize. I think the cinnamon brown sugar would be great on French toast (gluten free of course). The honey one would be great on a honey chicken dish. The lemon, garlic and herb, I would try on fish. The roasted garlic and herb, I think I would try on pasta. Wow! Now I’m hungry. Thanks again for the chance to win!

  4. Sandy from Ca. says

    I would love these but I have never seen these in Ca before! Do they have them out here or is it just in your area? Thank you for a chance at this wonderful contest I think I might have to have a sweet potato for breakfast since I can’t have gluten so no french toast here( and it’s my all time favorite too) and I will have to check my store when I go out later today. Have a wonderful day Robin and stay warm cause it is cold out there :)

  5. Jen M says

    I would love to try this. I have not used this product but will check my stores. Thanks for always showing us nice/cool things. I hope you day is warm and cozy and snow …online 😉
    Thanks for all you do!

  6. Julie says

    These look so good and if they are as good as other Private Selection items I’m sure they’re good quality. I would use the lemon herb butter on steamed broccoli or asparagus. Yum!

  7. Casey Beaty says

    Shop Kroger all the time. Will definitely be picking up these finishing butters. I’d love to try the cinnamon brown sugar in oatmeal, on rolls, and sweet potatoes.

  8. Wild Orchid says

    This would be great for topping a steak and baked potato!

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

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